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melissa.m
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Hi Everyone,


I'm new to forums, but so happy I found this one!
Have heard about the BT diet for years, but just started reading
and practicing the diet.

Does anyone know if Noni Juice would be an acceptable supplement for Bs?
Also curious about Roobios Tea for both Bs & Os.

Thanks for any feed back.
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melissa.m, wishing you a warm welcome to BTD and the forums!! What a nice place you've 'dropped' into.  
I believe at this time Noni juice is a neutral as it has not been tested. Not sure on the Roobios, tho it is used in either all or some of the Sip Right Teas, but I dont think it's recommended for everyday use on its own. I'm sure someone else will come along who knows 'the real story'.  



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Alia Vo
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Welcome to the forum, melissa.m.

I believe noni juice is listed as a supplement in the Health Protocols.

Roobios tea is acceptable for all blood groups.

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I thought this might be of interest ... http://www.montegotea.com/benefits.htm



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Quoted from Alia_Vo
Roobios tea is acceptable for all blood groups.


while roobios is acceptable for all blood groups, hasn't there been talk that it shouldn't be used all the time?



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I found the the following information by searching for "Rooibos" using the search feature on the homepage:

Ask Doctor D'Adamo - Rooibos For Type O?

Quoted from On The Diet: Heidi Merritt
http://www.dadamo.com/bloggers/otd/archives/00000846.htm
Rooibos Tea is fine for all types.


Nothing wrong with drinking some rooibos tea everyday.

Noni is only listed for Type A and Type O in the protocols so can't say if it is OK for type B or not.


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Rooibos is only in Sip Right 4 Your Type O and not the other versions, and it can be used daily.



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Quoted from ironwood55
Rooibos is only in Sip Right 4 Your Type O and not the other versions, and it can be used daily.


Quoted from pkarmeier
Not sure on the Roobios, tho it is used in either all or some of the Sip Right Teas, but I dont think it's recommended for everyday use on its own


this was my query..........using it on it's own every day........

did some digging and found these and maybe that's why I had the thought I had, but glad that's all cleared up now. Thanks!!  

http://www.dadamo.com/bloggers/otd/archives/00000828.htm
I would only note in passing that if you have naturally very low blood pressure, it might lower it yet more.

http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?,b=GC,v=display,m=1169069774,s=21,highlight=rooibos#num21
My AB roomie won't drink rooibos because she says it makes her cranky. I think Isa (Tomatilla) also said it gave her problems of some kind.




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Quoted from ironwood55
Rooibos is only in Sip Right 4 Your Type O and not the other versions, and it can be used daily.



Another thing is that it includes Dandelion root ...  isn't that another ingredient that u're NOT supposed to drink on a daily basis ??

Thank-u  


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Quoted from pkarmeier
http://www.dadamo.com/bloggers/otd/archives/00000828.htm
I would only note in passing that if you have naturally very low blood pressure, it might lower it yet more.


I'm with u italybound
Especially if it lowers blood pressure; that in itself can be VERY dangerous for people with low blood pressure ... such as myself ... Thank-u  very much for bringing it to our attention; very crucial information indeed


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http://www.dadamo.com/bloggers/otd/archives/00000828.htm

I quote:

" I.m a 'b' and in the list I can have white flour Does this mean all porpose flour??

Hi, Heather! Read the label of the flour you plan to purchase. If it has no additives, then it's fine. The average type B allowance in Live Right 4 Your Type is around 5-7 cups of dry grain or pasta per week, which includes any baked goods (bread or bagels or muffins, etc.) you might have. In other words, try to keep it to around one serving per day, and don't forget yer beneficial meats, fish, vegetables and dairy! ("OK, Mom!!" ) "









** White flour for a B Non secretor is an Avoid unfortunately. **
and the grain servings have changed as well for all the B's that aren't aware of it yet
Thank-u  


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Another thing is that it includes Dandelion root ...  isn't that another ingredient that u're NOT supposed to drink on a daily basis ?? Thank-u  


Now that you've mentioned the dandelion, what about the licorice root? I know if one has high blood pressure, that would certainly be a no-no, but I recall someone mentioning very recently that licorice tea should not be 'taken' every day for some reason or another (obviously I've forgotten why ) but I noted to myself that I should not be drinking it everyday and I believe it may have had something to do w/ the adrenals. Anyone have a clue?



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Now that you've mentioned the dandelion, what about the licorice root? I know if one has high blood pressure, that would certainly be a no-no, but I recall someone mentioning very recently that licorice tea should not be 'taken' every day for some reason or another (obviously I've forgotten why ) but I noted to myself that I should not be drinking it everyday and I believe it may have had something to do w/ the adrenals. Anyone have a clue?


This is  an interesting article:
http://www.theherbsplace.com/Licorice_Root_p_418.html

Oh and remember that I've already mentionned that licorice is VERY estrogenic italybound hence, be careful ...



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I love the taste of the Sip Right 4 Your Type tea for O's, but unfortunately cannot drink it everyday...if I do my throat tends to get scratch and itchy and I end up with a cough.  I can drink Green tea, Rooibus, Dandelion, Rosehip and Licorice on their own almost everyday and have no ill effect.  hmmmm....could be when they are all together or one of the other ingredients.

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Quoted from LISALEA
Oh and remember that I've already mentionned that licorice is VERY estrogenic italybound hence, be careful ...


THAT is what it was!!! Thanks lisalea.  Last thing I need is more estrogen   Would you mind posting the source of info you have on this.
Lisalea, I just read the link you put up re: licorice root. Thanks SO much for that info. I think I'm going to have to talk to my NP about using it more. It looks very important in adrenal healing. It is one of the things listed in one or both of the books I'm reading.  




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THAT is what it was!!! Thanks lisalea.  Last thing I need is more estrogen   Would you mind posting the source of info you have on this.
Lisalea, I just read the link you put up re: licorice root. Thanks SO much for that info. I think I'm going to have to talk to my NP about using it more. It looks very important in adrenal healing. It is one of the things listed in one or both of the books I'm reading.  


I'm ALWAYS happy to help !!
This might be of interest and hopefully shed some light ...
http://www.stopthethyroidmadness.com/janies-adrenal-fatigue/
Cheers  


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Quoted from LISALEA
This might be of interest and hopefully shed some light ...
http://www.stopthethyroidmadness.com/janies-adrenal-fatigue/  


good golly gf, we're certainly on the same wavelength. Looked at that site yesterday too.  



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