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Lola
Tuesday, August 26, 2008, 5:55am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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have you not done your GT measurements yet, to know which GT you fall into?

coconut oil or meat might be ok for you to have being a certain GT.

try that approach instead, you might be surprised!


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Lola
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ask your local blood bank to perform a serotyping panel for you to determine if A1 or A2, MN system as well.....
you already know your secretor status, so no worries.

is that what you were pointing out about the links?


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Quoted from alohascott
i scoured the page, there is no phone number, no email address, and most important of all no link to buy what i showed you on the other link i gave you.  please check that link again.

the ONLY contact information on the site is for the college admissions or the webmaster.  and its not about not returning my email over a weekend its about no reply for a month.  jeez.


Contact Info for blood serotyping:

Nellie Foster
6010 E McDowl Road, Ste 111
Scottsdale, Arizona 85257
480-970-0000 ext 240
Fax: 480-970-0003

email: n.foster@scnm.edu



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Hello Lola,

The link (above)to D'Adamo's discussion about coconut oil is from 2004.In all scientific fairness I believe he should reevaluate his opinion in light of the more recent research on coconut oil. He only talks about the saturated fat in the nut. It is a special form of saturated fat: medium chain fatty acids that have very different properties to animal saturated fats.

The scientist to check out on the subject of coconut oil to get the explanation on what medium chain fatty acids are, is Bruce Fife.

There may be a lectin in coconut oil. That answer I haven't found yet because I haven't yet read all the links.



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Lola
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I am not Dr D. but in all fairness he has done that reevaluation you mention in his new GTD book.

also, use your free trial at the gtd site, you will read all the comments Dr D has made for the different GTs on all issues, including this one.


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Thank you Lola, I shall.


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They stopped doing it in august.
I am amazed at the difficulty i am having getting this done since everyone here seems to have had it done.
come on guys help me out.

I want to know A1 or A2 and secretor status.


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Contact Info for blood serotyping:

Nellie Foster
6010 E McDowl Road, Ste 111
Scottsdale, Arizona 85257
480-970-0000 ext 240
Fax: 480-970-0003

email: n.foster@scnm.edu
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Lola
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I have been able to do complete serotyping panels for patients wanting to follow BTD at private clinic labs in Mexico City.

Call the blood bank lab at your biggest hospital in Honolulu....
am sure they ll be able to perform the test.



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Vicki
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alohascott,

I was unable to find anyone locally to draw my blood.  I think Lola's suggestion is a great one.  Honestly, since doing my genotype, for now, I don't feel I need to know if I am an A1 or A2 or my MN/NN/MM status.  

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