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Tina
Wednesday, January 17, 2007, 2:56am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Okay, who takes fucus plus?  I just ordered some and want to try it.  I  have never taken the larch arabinogalactin.  Does everyone do okay with that?  What exactly does it do?  What is it?  I hope it doesn't contain starch.  Any comments on this product greatly appreciated.  

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Wednesday, January 17, 2007, 3:09am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Was it you or someone else who asked about Dr. D'Adamo's products containing gluten?

Dr. D's products don't contain anything that isn't healthy for you.  I would trust them over anything else on the market today.  I've taken both of these products and do fine on them.  I think everybody should take ARA6 (larch).  I haven't gotten my regular annual flu this winter and I attribute it all to the larch & ghee.  And let me tell you, I would get it bad every year.  This past year, no flu in November or December!


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Read this article in the NAP archives: ARA6: Larch arabinogalactan


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Fucus Plus ie Bladderwrack has a few benefits....one being it's an anti adhesion food that blocks O lectins from agglutinating your cells....secondly it's a potent inhibitor of tumor cell division with modest anti tumor activity for O's......thirdly the fucoidins found in bladderwrack inhibit the growth of many unfriendly bacteria and viruses especially H. Pylori...as well as inhibiting inflammatory responses....lastly it normalizes thyroid function and is  an aid in weight loss and obesity

it's good stuff especially for O's non secretors


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