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What is a good substitute for Psyllium for O's - I have been looking for a body cleanse that I can do once a week.

Can anyone help me with this.

My understanding is that Psyllium is an Avoid for O's.


Psyllium in the form of fiber supplements may reduce harmful cholesterol by as much as 5 percent, Anderson found. Published in the June issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, results of the new long-term study confirm findings from his previous studies.

*I wish the food list included fiber...


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Eat your vegetables as suggested by the diet and you'll have no problem with fiber.....you can add grounded flax seed which is a great source of fiber....for a cleanse I would suggest a few colonics and drink water


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This is the first I'm hearing about psyllium being an avoid for o's. Gosh, I take it every day! Keeps my seasonal allergies at bay. I fear if I get off it I'll be hit by the seasonal allergies
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psyllium is taken here to get balanced celiacs and  Mb Crohns and ulcera patients!!! with great success

and this is a seed, not a grain, where it is fixed that it should be an avoid for O's
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psyllium is taken here to get balanced celiacs and  Mb Crohns and ulcera patients!!! with great success

and this is a seed, not a grain, where it is fixed that it should be an avoid for O's



I read or heard about it being an avoid too...on here or Live Right (I think).  Can't seem to find it in there right now though.

Debra

P.S.  It does mention on page 229 under Fiber for A's to use to help reduce cholesterol.


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psyllium is dehydrating and will suck the fluids right out of you unless you drink alot of water with it.  Why not use figs, flaxseed or rice bran.

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Ground flaxseed is a much better choice for Type O's and it's a bennie, too.


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diffy,
try the allergy fighting protocol....

have you looked into the allergy book yet?


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