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I heard the other day that red marine algae is supposed to break the cycle of viral infections, etc.    Can anyone confirm this?  And would it be okay for an O?  Also would it be okay for someone w/ heart problems? Thanks!!



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dont see it there, tho I am looking for the correct name.  Found it and still no see it in the lectin data base............heck didn't even know about it. Shows I have my nose only in one spot here.  
Just found this tho........ "Red marine algae has been a valued food in Asia for thousands of years due to its highly nutritious qualities. Carrageenans, a family of polysaccharide compounds extracted from algae, have been studied for their unique properties. In vitro studies on marine algae has show that carrageenans aid in a cell's natural defense by significantly minimizing the binding of unfriendly proteins to the cell's surface."          
      If I am reading this right, it wouldn't be a good thing for me to take would it?




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Thanks, but still need to know if anyone knows if it might be ok for me to take. Rich was sick a few days ago and seems like it has now 'caught' me. I'd like to get 'uncatched'.    Took  some Proberry today and some Astragulus and drank a glass of Liquid Proberry in some Gerolsteiner. Still feel poopy. IF I have a virus, thought maybe this might kick in the bu**.  




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treat it as a neutral and see............


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My understanding is that red marine algae (dulse) is high in the Type A antigen, n-acetyl galactosamine.  If my understanding is correct in that respect then, no, it would most definitely not be good for a type O such as yourself to have it, because it would bear resemblance to a transfusion of Type A blood.
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In Dr. D's BTD Encyclopedia, he lists the following as an anti-viral protocol for type O secretors:

1) astragalus,
2) kutki,
3) L-glutamine

and he also lists the following as an anti-bacterial protocol for type O secretors:

1) astragalus,
2) kutki.

However, he also lists the following as an immune-enhancing protocol for O's:

1) elderberry,
2) codonopsis.

Finally, you might actually benefit from his anti-stress protocol for O's the most:

1) rhodiola,
2) L-tyrosine,
3) valerian,
4) aerobic exercise.

Mind you, if you're feeling too sincerely crappy, the aerobic exercise should probably wait until the first three ingredients kick in a bit.

Anyhow, that's my two cents' worth.  
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dulce is not an avoid for Os.......beneficial in fact and neutral for all the rest.


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Really?  Didn't know that.  

But then why have I read that red marine algae is high in the type A antigen?

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In Dr. D's BTD Encyclopedia, he lists the following as an anti-viral protocol for type O secretors:
and he also lists the following as an anti-bacterial protocol for type O secretors:
However, he also lists the following as an immune-enhancing protocol for O's:
Finally, you might actually benefit from his anti-stress protocol for O's the most:
.  


Ronagon, thanks for posting the protocols.........for some reason I never think of them      I went to the HFS and picked up some red marine algae, L-glut, L-tyro, valerian, rhodiola.   popped 2 RMA and 1 L-glut as soon as I got in the car. Had proberry and astragulus here. Where in the world does one find codonopsis and kutki?



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italy,

1) I have no idea where to get codonopsis and kutki,
2) I would stick to bladderwrack as a confirmed, maximal source of fucose, rather than red marine algae, especially since Dr. D has focused so specifically on it.  

I hate to stand alone on my fear of red marine algae for O's, but I really do seem to remember reading somewhere about it being high in the Type A antigen which, if true, would cause an inflammatory reaction in O's.
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