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Goldie
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So I was in CT and met wonderful gentle caring people with Dr. Doyle and Yes Dr Peter D'Adamo.  

It took me forever to get there, but the place on the ocean afforded me 99% Oxygen, never experienced that before, felt wonderful.    
Driving home was easier, I had requested instructions and a map form Mapquest, which was easier than all other written info.  I suggest the office send the same to all who go there linking them from 'home' to the place.  One advantage would be that it would clearly tell me exactly how much time it takes to arrive there.  I was way late even though I started way early.  Sorry.

Then the students re-measured me and confirmed my Gatherer status, but CHANGED me to a Secretor status!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  I am Ok with that, but wonder why my earlier Medical test was WRONG many years ago? I could have been eating differently for all that time.

I asked Dr.D.  (nice to see Peter again after the many years since AZ.) What kind of milk -cream or low fat-to use for Quark? His answer, use goatmilk... haha

As for cancer prevention in my future... Drink Welches Grapejuice!!!  Man Had I heared that years ago, I might have avoided the cancer all together???!!!  I like the grapejuice -with water- it is so sweet and delish.   He reiterated that twice for cancer care!!!!!!!!!  So on the way home I bought Grapejuice it will be a staple in my life from now on...  I am Grateful Dr. D. THANKS.

As for the printout of my personalized SWAMI, I am now 'getting Deep Blue Cancer prevention suggestions...  I have not digested that.  Yet I sent on email to 'support@generativemedicine.org' and it came back.. I must fix that.  

Then I received a number of new sups I never had before.  I have not had time to use them so no report on them yet.  But the O Tea is delish.  It has a flavor all its own and does not remind me of green tea (which I do not like all that much.)    

I received a tincture that is tasty in a medicinal way.  Old-fashion medicine taste.  Have no idea what it does, short term use.

So I will plow ahead and see what I need to learn. I will report back and expect great new findings..

If I had a wish, then I would like to have a lecture on cancer prevention, stuff to learn before we get cancer.  

On my question on: will I be most likely a candidate to get cancer again in my future?  THE answer from all doctors is : YES!..

....So prevention is MOST important. I am pleased to have gone to the best advise givers I could find...  I am grateful for all the ones who went before me, to find the cancer, have the machinery to find it, so early, so little, and then the followup which (will have) saved my health.  Without it all I would have gotten was to be more and more sick and had to have a miserable life.  This way I am able to make better decisions and chose. Thanks for all that participate in health care, I expect never to have to have a full mastectomy - which- I would have to have if the cancer reoccurs.

All who read here and follow me here, I am grateful to you to.  I am allowed to tech, and learn.. a great gift.      


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!

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Great to hear that you had your appointment, Goldie.  And wonderful that you got specific direction for dealing with your cancer.  It really helps to get that experienced help so you could fine tune your food list.
What supplements did they put you on?



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Goldie time to change also your avatar  


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I guess this explains why you never had a problem with apples or cinnamon!

What other changes are there in your new food list?


Ruth, Single Mother to 19yo   O- Leah , 18yo O- Hannah, and  12yo B+ Jack


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Wonderful!!! Thanks for sharing!
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*hearts floating over my head*...nonnie to secretor......what a journey Goldie


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Thank you for sharing your experience, Goldie!  I hope the change in diet that goes along with your secretor-ness brings about a great improvement!

Welches grape juice?  I hope your blood sugar doesn't go bonkers from it!

I write this half in jest: If you think the air in Bridgeport is wonderful compared with where you live, perhaps the best thing you can do for your health is move.

I guess maybe you were getting a sea breeze when you inhaled....


My SWAMI diet is a blend of BTD and GTD Explorer, but I'm not totally compliant.  Also I try to choose foods that have a Low Glycemic index.  DW and DD are A+, probably also Explorer.
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Then the students re-measured me and confirmed my Gatherer status, but CHANGED me to a Secretor status!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  I am Ok with that, but wonder why my earlier Medical test was WRONG many years ago? I could have been eating differently for all that time.

All who read here and follow me here, I am grateful to you to.  I am allowed to tech, and learn.. a great gift.      


Goldie - How did they determine that you are a secretor on this visit? Which test previously determined that you were a nonnie, was it blood or saliva test? Thanks.

It's great that you were able to go to Bridgeport!
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aahhha... good question Diane...   the same here.... often so called *nonnies* were <re.-fracted* to sechis by blood tests of Lewis..trallala & cha-cha-cha's .. ... not that nice to admit for me as being the *initiator* eresse............


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Goldie,
Glad to hear that your visit went well.  Interesting that you are secretor and not a non secretor.  I've often wondered if my secretor status is right.  At the time that I took the test I did have some dental problems that might have affected the results.  The last time I gave blood I asked if I could get my Lewis status but they couldn't do it.  I'll have to ask my PCP one of these days if she'll do it but I doubt my insurance will cover it.

Very interesting about the grape juice.
Hope you are doing well...
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I’ve only been on the board sporadically in the last few years, so I didn’t realize you had cancer, Goldie.  I’m glad you are feeling so positive and being so proactive about targeted nutriceutical approaches.  That cancer is not gonna know what hit it!

Everyone who goes to see Dr. D always reports back how caring he and his staff are, and how the experience feels very attentive and thorough, instead of cold and assembly-line like.  I’m so glad you had a good experience, too.

Keep up the good work, nonnie no more!  If I were you, I’d get an organic grape juice brand instead of Welch’s, but if the Welch’s is pure grape juice and Dr. D himself recommended it, for sure feel good about using that, as I’m sure it is more economical.  Organic juices are VERY expensive.  I try to buy them when my HFS has sales, like they recently did on the pure pineapple.  I have two big jars of it in my cupboard.  Before that, they had a sale on pure cherry juice, so I had that.  Actually, the concord grape is usually one of the most reasonably priced of the 100% organic juices, so I would look into that, if I were you, but again, if you opt to go with the Welch’s, that's good, too.


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Goldie I'm so glad you finally went to the clinic and so glad you were made to feel secure and comfortable there.  I can't say enough good things about Dr. Doyle, the shift students and the care my husband and I received there.(don't want to leave out Dr. D)  The entire building feels to me like a healing sanctuary....no other words to  describe the beautiful old house with such utter
charm and personality, a place filled with loving care and where potions and herbal compounds are personally formulated for each person.  I love the personalization of the care we receive there.

Not surprised you found the trip to Bridgeport a bit daunting.  Fortunately, my husband always does the driving, while I pay attention to my print out of a google map and listen to the prompts on the navigator....and despite that we've made many visits there, it's always an adventure getting there...
We're probably less than 45 minutes away but prefer to take backroads and avoid highway traffic
as much as we can, until we get to a point where we have little option but to finish our trip on a
highway.  I wish everyone on this forum had the ability to have one appointment with the shift
some time in their future... It's unforgettable.

Been thinking about you since you said you were going on Monday and so happy you've come back to report how it went.

Yes, Dr. D prescribes Welch's grape juice...just look for the pure 100% grape juice. Welch's also make about 4 different types of blends. which sitting on a supermarket shelf, all look similar.
Read labels.......some are blends of other juices, some contain fiber and additional ingredients....but the original 100% grape juice seems very pure... free from additives and preservatives.  Funny, I grew up drinking Welch's grape juice....tastes better to me than all other brands sold in the health
food store.

Keep updating on how you're doing....wishing you the very best of health {{{{{{hugs}}}}}


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I changed the heading.. because...

OK my cancer is 'fed' by the hormone Estrogen....!~!! so then why do all the menopause Doctors and others make us believe that we do not have Estrogen as a hormone after menopause!!!???!!

If the body still makes hormones, should we not every so many years TEST to see if we make to much or whatever?  How is it that we allow that to go on unnoticed?

would it make sense not to tell us we have none instead of some.... some specific ones????

I mean I have hotflashes? every 45 minutes, still after 17 years????????
?????????/ If men would get hotflashes then we would know why ...

... and now the pill that creates more hotflashes... I mean really??????

What do you think is with this question.. put your thinking caps on and let me know! just what you would add here?   Could WE prevent cancer if we knew our hormone status?? I wonder????? NO one ever spoke about this : Ever!!!


P/s Thanks all!


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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Hi Goldie:

There are quite a few books that talk about Estrogen dominance, breast and uterine cancer.  Dr. John Lee, Dr. Uzzi Reiss both write extensively about estrogen dependent cancers.  

They highly recommend using progesterone to block estrogen even after menopause, it is is indicated.

If you read their books, you will become familiar with symptoms of high estrogen, low progesterone and how your body feels.  My doctor allows me to adjust my dose of progesterone based on how my body feels without tests.
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grape juice, very good.  Nancy Lonsdorf's (USA) books good too for women's health, Ayurvedic perspective.  I am also inspired by Japanese people, maybe they are on the Okinawa Diet / hara hachi bu.  veg, fish, berries, etc etc and for some - maybe soy, grains.  we can learn from other cultures.  The Japanese also value family ties and traditions and their elderly. When I was there for a short visit, the calmness and good manners was lovely. Green tea, yes!
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Hi Goldie:

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There are quite a few books that talk about Estrogen dominance, breast and uterine cancer.  Dr. John Lee, Dr. Uzzi Reiss both write extensively about estrogen dependent cancers.  

They highly recommend using progesterone to block estrogen even after menopause, it is is indicated.

If you read their books, you will become familiar with symptoms of high estrogen, low progesterone and how your body feels.  My doctor allows me to adjust my dose of progesterone based on how my body feels without tests.


All about hormones here....

I wish I had known that before.  I am upset, because i doctor once arrogantly told me that I had NO hormones after menopause, so why bother testing???  I understood that that have no worries.. I wish I would remember who it was, I might let him know about why I wanted to be tested a long time agto..

The more I think about it, I think Suzanne Somers is right... I wish I could have had my period for the rest of my life.  I read her books to late..

It might all nit have mattered, but now it seems to matter : suddenly??? why did it not matter before?  

I wonder if the same discoveries would also be effective for diabetes -reduction- if not pushing IT out for years... ?

Same for Altzheimers... If 50% of diabetics get ALTZHEIMERS, would it pay to look at Hormones there also... Like what hormones affect the brain, the nerve sheeting or the like?

Please share all you know about hormones.. we all need to learn.. re-learn.. what we think may be wrong..

I wonder why grapejuice?  and would Kedem grape juice be equal? or better? more sugar or less for diabetes, another hormone driven issue.


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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Quoted from Goldie
I wonder why grapejuice?  and would Kedem grape juice be equal? or better? more sugar or less for diabetes, another hormone driven issue.
Grape juice is rich in salvestrols. What is the dosage? Is 60 ml (1/4 of a cup) daily sufficient?



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Nap Supplements here.  I am sharing just some of what was told to me, in the believe that we all here need to hear more directly from our own experiences what sups do for us. I think there is learning to be done with more view points. I learn from writing as well as answers form others.  I have no idea how long these take to work or do good, I am just sharing.. and only sharing half the info.. so you are all on your own looking at this..

I am typing nearly blind, I can not see the fine print today, will make corrections later. soorry.

I received cans of O tea.. nice, has a all-together different taste. looks like many pieces of twigs and stems.. nice combo.  Might be expensive, but so is living in Manhatten.. haha

Methil B-12 for diabetes for Replacing the Vit B12 lost by taking Metformin. No doctor ever told me that.  Should read the side eefects papers from the pharmacy.

Coptis,for diabtes .. a capsule I have not yet taken, will try to get started today, my first day home ..

Tripple Magnesium! for whatever / I forgot, but also the colon and kidneys?and heart cells all around, and intestinal regulation.. in pillform it is easier to take.  I will try.

Membrosia Complex, & Membrosia Fluidizerfor Hydration.  Might have worked since I took it yesterday.  Intercellular hydration, and maybe prevention of constipation/.. I need to learn more about it.. The taste is questionable? but ok..

Mitchella tincture, I like the medicine taste of it. Might be for urine  regulation as i pee to often during the night .. daytime too.. did that all my life.. should have tried this a hundred years ago.. will see and report.  Would be a great advantage.. I am hopeful.

Water.. 6-8 glasses, I do not drink water.. I am allowed to add frozen fruit for flavor.. maybe I will freeze some grapejuice in cubes and add them?

Helix for cancer now then discontinue..  I need to read up on it.. actually I need to read about all things.. It is time I took more interest..

What is exiting for me is that I never took aany of these items.. some cross over from diabetes to also clear up 'cancer' issues.. The catalouge might give way more info, if only we would read it..  



Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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Goldie thank you so much for both accounts sharing about the visit to Dr. D's clinic and about the prescribed supps!  


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Food list  I am stunned at being a secretor Now!!!  Wow the food list is so much more inclusive.  I could count the avoids on my fingers.  So many fewer. worth taking a look at.  for me shocking, and near frightening.  I can eat so much more...

Like i (believe) that mom B ate enough apples every night to keep her cancers away for decades.. either that or she never ate chicken during the years leading up to living in the US at age 70 when she stopped the apples and ate way to much chicken and got cancer -s - again.... !

So now apples are neutral for me... Nice, as they are also supposed to help with night time indigestion or acid reflux.  So now I can eat a slice before sleep.. Have no idea what it will do to my sugar?

Turkey is in the diabetes diet, so more for me now.  

Fish... they begged me to consider some.. only tuna in a can once a week, the fish is BIG and contaminated.. I might try Flounder or sole, or snapper with loads of lemon to kill the fish flavor.. OK, time I gave in and learned to be good to me.haha

One egg a day!!! ok that is difficult.. but time for a change, again,  i will maybe add veggies.. finally..

Dairy: Farmer cheese, ghee, as Beficials, no diamonds..
       Butter Cottage,Feta,....  milk??? indian buffalo??? ha??....
       Paneer cheese, Ricotta, Romanian... all are neutral..

       Kefalotyri and Parmesan, Quark (closest to yogurt*****), Port Du salute
       cheeses are black dot!  
       ***** DR D suggests: make Quark with goat  milk.. maaah... haha  
       I mean one can almost say : O's get cheses??????????????

Vegetable proteins, beans and nuts.. I will only miss pistacios when out shopping.. it was forbidden before too.  was agood quick food available in the car.   all other avoids are of no issue for me...I never ate them any how..

Fats and oil.. well I might still use olive Oil a diamond to control cravings..  

Carbs.. grains the list of benficials is endless... the avoid list is only whaeat, and only a few others 7 total!! life has changed... even neutrals are only 5 items.. wow!

Live foods.. well you all have your own list.. I just have issues with portions on all foods.. I think I can not eat alll those calories and not gain weight.. but I will take another look there too.  only a handful avoids there also.. and most are black dot!!!!!!!  
I even get cabage now!!!!!!.... and would you believe white potatoes??? Yes!!! haha what the world is coming to?????

Fruits... near NO avoids that are Not black dots...Wow again..  NO Banana.. !!! Dr James D' youre memory is honored by your sons work.. !!!!!! fondly...

Spices.. only 3 avoids.. Guarana, mace, black Pepper...

Beveriges.. you have your lists.. I have questions about portions and diabetes, but in frozen cubes it might work and provide variety and inclusion of many..
NO Coffee!  No white wine.. I never drink but like white wine..

In genharmonis foods there is o much more to connect with.. need to take anothe rlook at it.. way more choices.. pages of it.. way more..


I am going to list a number of recipies in..  
      


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!

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If I had a wish, ( I do not know what I will type here, right now, but feel compelled, - like unfinished business--

Wish:::: It would be that each student would be required to come here, for on hour a month or whatever.. Reason being, there is a difference answering ideas and questions here, (even incognito) then just saying: take this and do that...

It is not enough for doctors to know the answers, it is not enough for me or others to just follow blindly..

I am not likely happy when a supplement nearly gags me, and it would help to know more of its composition????

I know that Dr D supervised all, so no issue there, but young students are a different kettle of fish.. They have to learn way more about humans.

I have a SWAMI, for years, I am used to it.  I have no need for a paper copy.  I think for those who have a computer, paper is out dated and bulky to be schlepped home.  (SWAMI will get adjusted = per Dr D.. thanks..)

The cookbook is great, its new and I do not have any yet... so yes that was a pleasure / a bonus..

The price of sups might not be doable for some, they add up and become on issue.  I will spend whatever it takes, --- for now as long as I can --- but ...  

The findings of the SWAMI testing is a good thing, since it changed my status, and things do change, the results are only as good as my input. Maybe a in-deep questioner before hand would let me know what will be expected ... no complaints.. just saying..  

In the end I received 'new' sups for both cancer prevention and diabetes.. a promise that my headaches might go away.. Just now I suffer greatly..

and for sure a follow up visit,, all is well.. and I can contact Dr Doyle, via email for questions and follow up.. so no real issues, but might have liked a list of videos which are used by Dr D to teach these youngish smart, pleasant student doctors... some are not much older then the years I was on the diet.. OK not quite so.. but hahaha..

It is hard for me to just follow this or that.. ... I am a poor follower..

YET I appreciate all that I had occasion to experience.. Thanks all for suggesting I go there.. sorry my 2x4 hour trip was sooo hair raising.. and that I was late arriving....

The staff and building are lovely..

I wish everyone all the best..          


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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Goldie, FYI  -- the estrogen blocking drug you refused by conventional medicine is in  a class of
drugs called aromatase inhibitors....so are many natural herbs and foods.

http://www.naturalnews.com/026514_cancer_breast_natural.html


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Ee Dan
Posts: 2,547
Gender: Female
Location: Yerushalayim, Israel
Age: 66
Goldie I am very happy with your visit to the clinic, almost as if I went there myself. I wish I got a grip and went there already. And I am happy with your outcome:

a) Drink, drink, drink lots of water with a pinch of salt.

b) The Membrosia Combo, YAY!!!!!!!!  

c) No more coffee!!!!!!!!!!!!!   No number of exclamation marks would suffice.

Forget about yourself being a poor follower... shove it sideways.... all of this has no importance now... just do it do it do it, and REJOICE greatly  

Feel well!

Yaeli

















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Goldie
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All Gatherer -70 Scorp/Sag on BTD/GENO 17 year
Sam Dan
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Location: East Coast
Yes I am doing it, .. all of the sups and foods.

The first item i took was a liquid, and it never occurred to me to read it's ingredients.. when I gagad on it, I looked and sure enough it has fish oil in it..

There ought to be a checkoff against fishy taste.. The very good fluid, according to health advise might be good, but taking it will have to be in a different way.. I will have to pinch my nose and take it as spoon full and wash it down directly with grape juice to kill the fish smell...  I will try that tomorrow..

Many time it is just understanding what is going on.  The brain is so much part of what the impressions are via the taste buds.  It shocks me when I dislike something only to find it has something in it that is self-explaining.  I do not like fish.

I had taken a smoothy powder only to have a big belly pain.. on looking at the ingredients,- it had powdered milk in it.  I find prepared things often enough to be having some issues.  

Yet change is good, some things ae easy, and this fish-oil is going down or on my skin, one way or the other.. I owe it to the research that went before now.    


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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Goldie
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All Gatherer -70 Scorp/Sag on BTD/GENO 17 year
Sam Dan
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Goldie, FYI  -- the estrogen blocking drug you refused by conventional medicine is in  a class of
drugs called aromatase inhibitors....so are many natural herbs and foods.

http://www.naturalnews.com/026514_cancer_breast_natural.html


Cloe, what a difference a name makes.. Yes words matter, and changing the names or words make all the differences..  

Now I still have not decided what to do about it... the concept of taking the whole breast off if I should have a recurrence is not very appealing. I have done the bone scan for osteo advise, will see how strong my bones are.


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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