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suzedgar
Thursday, August 2, 2007, 1:04pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Thank you so much - Ron - great post.  It is a few months on now and I feel GREAT!!  I have started dating someone new and things are so much better.

He couldn't care less that I don't sleep that well and suffer a little from anxiety and he thinks the blood type diet is a fabulous idea!!  It is such a refreshing change to have so much support.   It was extremely hard to get over the breakup - very very painful.  I actually dove into my Faith and went on a retreat and then I went travelling - to England, Puerto Rico and then a week ago, I got back from 10 days in Rome.   I feel Fantastic!

As far as sleeping goes, I have come off the Trazodone, am on the blood type diet seriously - gave up coffee and my therapist put me on an extremely low dose of Zoloft - I don't have depression but he thought it would help the anxiety - very very temporarily.  I have been taking it for a week and feel very relaxed. I am able to sleep for the first time in years!!  It is great.    In the meantime, i am workign on stress reduction things like lots of exercise and eating well and relaxing after my job which is very very stressful (trying to change that too)
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Quoted from pkarmeier
I agree about getting to bed by 10:30.


I was just doing some more research on adrenal healing and happened to go back over Dr Lam's info. It says there to be in bed by 10:00 (not 10:30).  Just thought I'd share that.



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thanks!


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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The harder you are on yourself, the easier life will be on you!
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Mary M.
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Hi Lola,

Thank you for giving out the transdermal Magnesium Oil website.
Also thank you for Dr. D's customer service website. I will try
again for his email newsletter.

Hi italybound,
Don't give up! I'll let you know if I ever get Dr. D's anything
via my email.

Hi Mrs. T 0+,
Thank you for identifying your Black Chocolate. I eat the very same
100% Gihirardelli Chocolate Bar out of hand. I don't know if I'd eat
as much if I couldn't cut the bitterness with a bit of agave.
(cactus syrup). Whether it is good if low blood sugar is a problem, I
don't know. I avoid the low blood sugar by eating it after a protein
meal. Of course ALL my meals are protein meals.

Everybody sleep tight tonight.

Cordially,
Margaret


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I just ordered the mag oil, thanks Lola.
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suzedgar
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What is the mag oil - is it to take internally or external?
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Ronagon
Thursday, August 2, 2007, 10:59pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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suzedgar,

You might wanna pick up a copy of Dr. D's "Complete Blood Type Encyclopedia" and follow both the anti-stress and anti-inflammatory protocols.  Also, I highly recommend his "Deflect" product in conjunction with those things.

The anti-stress protocol works for me very well... particularly the valerian.
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suzedgar,
go back to page one and you will see the website about magnsium oil....apparently for the feet...( I have ordered it and will do what the pamphlet says.....
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Quoted from Ronagon
You might wanna pick up a copy of Dr. D's "Complete Blood Type Encyclopedia" and follow both the anti-stress and anti-inflammatory protocols.

The D'Adamo Health Protocols are also online and are updated to include some of NAP's newest products.


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Ronagon
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Thanks a lot, MoDon.  

We're trying to treat my grandmother's cancer right now, and so I'll email this to my mother right away.
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Speaking of cancer, I am under the assumption that there is no guarantee of cure  once the person has cancer, but if the lesions are pre-cancerous, it can be turned around. My 94-yr. old aunt has a 'thing' on her forehead which she claimed was a
scratch & went to buy some peroxide for it. Then the pharmacist (or some worker) convinced her to get some antibiotic cream.  That allegedly irritated the wound & it became this growth a few years ago.  It seems to have grown & when she was in the hospital for dizziness & other issues last week, the drs. are convinced it is a cancer 99.9%. (But they didn't do a biopsy!)  
She is afraid of drugs, had a bad experience with anesthesia as a child, does not do well with antibiotics, & the drs. want to remove it w/ general anesthesia.  She won't do that.  She has interest in natural therapies (while being a smoker for many years - used to be Camels w/o filters!) & takes vitamins. She has some good habits & some bad--this is the AB who is an anomaly (while my husband is a classic AB).
Is there any other therapy for this w/o drugs? Of course, she has to be willing to
cooperate.  Thought I'd ask the brother/sisterhood of BTDers......
Thanks, friends!
Mrs "T"     O+  


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With a growth on the forehead, they can localize that one area remove and send it to be checked.

The dermatologist has a special light they use to check the skin to see if something needs checked, also.  So maybe you can get her in to get checked by this special light and the doctor can take it from there.
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I would suggest maitake mushroom, typhoid vaccine, larch arabinogalatactan... stuff like that.
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