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zola
Thursday, December 14, 2006, 6:19am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Tis the season and the red wine seems to be flowing my way. How much is considered to be beneficial for Type A nonsecretors? (How often?) I am not privy to my usual resources so any help would be great!


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zola, a great question..... we must think about that issue too; women can't support that much then men...so far I'd like to say you might get one glass of redwine to bigger meals, but perhpas not every day; every day alc. consumption is in my opinion gone for abuse of it and here addictions isn't far at all .......

But even the literature is devided 50:50...up from which amount alcoholisme beginns ....it might be very,very subtle...but think about even the smallest amount of everyday drinkings,  seen on years will change your behaviour and structure  .......

but must tell you something, I just got the results of the bloodanalysis from my neighbor...and she consume every day dif. wines &  liquors.....(toughy stuffs)...and her results are supperbe....wow
how does she makes that... also an A nonnie
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zola, a great question..... we must think about that issue too; women can't support that much then men...so far I'd like to say you might get one glass of redwine to bigger meals, but perhpas not every day; every day alc. consumption is in my opinion gone for abuse of it and here addictions isn't far at all .......

But even the literature is devided 50:50...up from which amount alcoholisme beginns ....it might be very,very subtle...but think about even the smallest amount of everyday drinkings, áseen on years will change your behaviour and structure á.......

but must tell you something, I just got the results of the bloodanalysis from my neighbor...and she consume every day dif. wines &  liquors.....(toughy stuffs)...and her results are supperbe....wow
how does she makes that... also an A nonnie


????I am baffled too, but remember what she is like to talk to and how she reacts when under the influence.  tsk tsk tsk.

Debra



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oups..yuppers Debra...perhaps does she give some orders to her liver..... to get into a safety corner
to evitate the transition with alc ......


but you know, roostersis, Dr. D. told once on the board that even the tumormarkers might be when
being a nonnie; and I saw lots in the last years and just this one thing I remain with my ex-coworker Andi, an A nonnie with prostate-cancer...but there was no cancer at all, but they took him out his prostate....isn't that ..... because there was cancer in his family...... ...so far I asked myselve does that match....... perhaps is that here the same but only the GPT and GamaGT, GOT won't show up now....but perhaps in some months
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in europe wine is consumed daily, with meals. you know when you're abusing it...as soon as you get that little glow, its time to stop ....or wait for the next course.
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Dr. D. told once on the board that even the tumormarkers might be when
being a nonnie; and I saw lots in the last years and just this one thing I remain with my ex-coworker Andi, an A nonnie with prostate-cancer...but there was no cancer at all, but they took him out his prostate....isn't that ..... because there was cancer in his family...... ...so far I asked myselve does that match....... perhaps is that here the same but only the GPT and GamaGT, GOT won't show up now....but perhaps in some months




Madame Tomatilla - Are you saying that the tumormarkers were there for your A nonnie friend but he didn't truly have Prostate Cancer? (They took the prostate out as a precaution because he has a family history of cancer?)

Do I understand you to say that Dr. D said the tumormarker tests  can be unreliable for A nonnies?

Oh boy! Please answer!



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yep...yep..yep...so it is...we , the ROYAL'S do create such lovely thingies.....I rechecked him about cancer...and there was no cancer at all; next: those male-prostate-test's are almost incorrect...got a patiente- he made it 7 times and 7 times a biopsy..and it was nothing found ..... no lye...it is true!

Dr. Dr. wrote once that specially the A nonnies seem to be in that case to make us believe in a sort of info, when tumormarkes are highly to be seen in the bloodstream, but no cancer at all ...anywhere to be seen

I hope to be right when I say it was written in LR4YT but here I am not sure; might be also in one of his studies it was mentioned...sorry I don't remember
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No cancer and they took out his prostate anyhow because of family history. áMoney...money...money.  

Debra


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exactly Debra....exactly....we have to recognize...that the normal *school medicine* we are calling it here, just uses the body like a machine to maintain...that's all...in case of ...hoppÓÓ change the
system or add something or take something out....and that's all

but why did this happen? Because peoples are educated like this, if something is not working...go ahead
to the shnipplers and all is fine....and continue as usual .....that's the fact.......
and the brother of him didn't died of cancer...but because of the circumstances about that treatment....he was certainly or a bit shyzo or merely autistic...he coulnd't speak
for himself and they crashed him until nothing was left....thats' the way Andi told me
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