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Lola
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the online protocols under solutions
http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/index.htm


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I quit antidepressants a long time ago. unfortunately, i think taking these pills in the first place changed me forever. my high school forced me to see a psychologist, since this girl said i threatened her to be on some hit list. all i should have done was get out of there, of course as much as i susceptibly say, i told him i had ocd, so he referred me to a doctor to get a prescription to zoloft, which i was on for a year and a half. i don't think i can even describe, (perhaps adding more drama than necessary) begin to think, of how much it only screwed stuff up. why did i quit it? i just decided it was a better idea to be in relations to my own mind and body. but of course, i had to slump lower than ever in quitting these pills. my strategy was to pick up hints of typical daily activities, try to catch clicks, piece by piece, until i at least feel somewhat better. pills put you up to the mark whether you talk to people or not. i did a lot of talking to people, and sometimes decided to do it when it felt wrong. i heard that simply talking to people can do it. i noticed i was slightly more motivated when i took time to mention just general stuff that was going on with my teachers. but it works so slowly.

what is it about O's and depression?
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if you knew then what you know now about WGA, things would have been a whole lot better!!

also a lectin free diet helps balance the psyche.


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were you speaking to ME? what is WGA?
is there some article to look at about O's and depression?
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wheat germ agglutinin
Wheat is known to inhibit dopamine beta hydroxylase (DBH), an enzyme that converts
adrenaline-like precursors to dopamine. A high protein diet and exercise increase
DBH.

DBH is genetically compromised in blood type Os
who often wind up having too much adrenaline
and too little dopamine when they consume wheat
. DBH is found on same chromosome as ABO, and
extensively linked to ABO. There is a less
direct link in the other blood types.
A high protein diet and exercise increase DBH.
http://www.dadamo.com/faq/smartfaq.cgi?answer=
988882645&id=988813483
http://www.dadamo.com/lecster2/Lecster-read.pl?show=628
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spelt
http://www.dadamo.com/typographer/wiki.pl/Wheat_(Triticum_spp.)


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type O's with mild to moderate depression do benefit from the amino acid
tyrosine (which can boost dopamine levels), and arginine (which is used to
recycle nitrous oxide in the nervous system).
Also, the gene for the enzyme
dopamine beta hydroxylase sits right on top of
the ABO gene and there are
indications that this may cause psychiatric
syndromes to be somewhat related
to ABO blood group.


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is wheat the main enemy as a DBH inhibitor? does pretty much any food containing bad lectin do this?
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reactions vary.......to some it is inflammation, agglutinating different organs causing pathology......
but WGA is known to cause all of these symptoms and more, in susceptible individuals.

others can eat wheat throughout their lives and not have a problem.

welcome to the fascinating world of health through each and everyone s individuality, brought to our attention by Dr. D.!


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