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Karl57
Tuesday, May 1, 2007, 9:42pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I am a 49 year old male Type A and have been taking a supplement of Hawthorne and Cayenne for the cardio benefits.
I notice cayenne is on the avoid list but am very reluctant to give it up because of the health benefits.
Any thoughts on this?

Karl
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have you checked the protocols available on line?
there s a cardio one, and right for you!
http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/10.html

there s also a health series book on cardio V D......
you might want to follow the advice and guidelines given there for maximum results and prevention.


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Karl57
Tuesday, May 1, 2007, 10:13pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Thank you have been very helpful I will investigate but am still reluctant on giving up on the cayenne and am wondering about the risk if any involved.

Karl
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if I were an A, I d follow the sup recommendations for my A type instead.
enjoy your green tea!!

hawthorn is fine, but not the cayenne....
Co Q10
lemon juice
and soy protein powder instead, is advised for cardio protection in an A.


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Hi Karl, cayenne is a nightshade and nightshades are known to be inflammatory, especially for As. I miss my cayenne...*sigh*


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Chile peppers, capsicum and probably cayenne etc are all implicated in the causes of stomach cancer. Type As are sensitive in this area. I don't wish to scare you with this anecdote (but I shall anyway) - my 58 year old A neighbour whose favourite condiment/spice was chiles/cayenne (especially in chicken curries) died of (stomach) cancer that spread to his liver, recently. I've insisted my A mother stop eating peppers, and guess what, she now has better digestion and suffers from far less heartburn.  I myself can no longer physically tolerate cayenne after eliminating it from diet.  

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Karl57

Chile peppers, capsicum and probably cayenne etc are all implicated in the causes of stomach cancer. Type As are sensitive in this area. I don't wish to scare you with this anecdote (but I shall anyway) - my 58 year old A neighbour whose favourite condiment/spice was chiles/cayenne (especially in chicken curries) died of (stomach) cancer that spread to his liver, recently. I've insisted my A mother stop eating peppers, and guess what, she now has better digestion and suffers from far less heartburn.  I myself can no longer physically tolerate cayenne after eliminating it from diet.  

eh



How frightening !!!
I use a pinch of cayenne practically on a daily basis on my meals 'cause it aids digestion, gets the blood circulation going and is so very tasty !!!


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How frightening !!! I use a pinch of cayenne practically on a daily basis on my meals 'cause it aids digestion, gets the blood circulation going and is so very tasty !!!


Well, ya know what ya need to do GF!!          
I can attest to A's not having nightshades. My DH feels awful if he eats them. In fact at the end of last summer he said he felt like he was dying. Once he opened his mind to the possibility that it could be the nightshades and got off them, he was feeling much better. And yes, he has certainly forgotten how rotten he felt, as he has been eating at least the tomatoes on a reg basis and yes, he is feeling putrid again, but blames it on everything else.    He has already planted potatoes, tomatoes and peppers.............wanna guess how he'll feel by Sept?  



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He has already planted potatoes, tomatoes and peppers.............wanna guess how he'll feel by Sept?  

Oh LORD !!!
and u'll have to deal with him Pat !!  


Cayenne pepper is a neutral for me though
however, perhaps I should start using it every second day versus daily ... grrrrrrr  ... but I just love it !!
Thanks GF !!


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YEP, I know Lola !!  
I did state that it's a neutral for B's in my prior post ...


I do find that it helps ALOT with digestion, especially with meat, eggs, cheese and beans (eliminates gas)

http://www.jcrows.com/cayenne.html

Grazie Lola  

P.S. I wonder if my felllow B's enjoy cayenne and consume it on a daily basis ??


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let s hope those prone to prostate cancer do!! lol


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Cayenne pepper is a neutral for me though


 I thought it was being indicated as an avoid.  



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let s hope those prone to prostate cancer do!! lol


I hope so too !!  


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 I thought it was being indicated as an avoid.  


No worries cara  
from one concerned woman to another  


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Yes Lisalea I use cayenne pepper or other chiles every chance I get. So does my O mother, she swears it helps her arthritus. Not as much as following the BTD O nonnie diet in my opinion but no use assaulting dead equines. It helps that I live in a part of the country that loves spicy food. My lime habenero cheesecake may have been carrying it a little to far though.
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Yes Lisalea I use cayenne pepper or other chiles every chance I get.

If it was up to me I would eat it with every single meal, it adds so much gusto !!!

Quoted from gulfcoastguy
So does my O mother, she swears it helps her arthritus.

Cayenne pepper and arthritis
http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art43844.asp

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It helps that I live in a part of the country that loves spicy food.

Lucky u !!!

Thanks gulfcoastguy  


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My lime habenero cheesecake may have been carrying it a little to far though.



Do tell


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My lime habenero cheesecake may have been carrying it a little to far though.[/quote]

why, Gulfoastguy, not at all! (sounds devilishly good)

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I encourage you to check out or purchase the Cardiovascular ER4YT Health Series book:
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There is supplemental, nutritional, lifestyle recommendations for your health objective.

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