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KimonoKat
Sunday, March 19, 2006, 3:41pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Oh definitely Cocky would know!  She probably knows where to get kits, and or get your Lewis status tested; everything!  Why not send her a pm?  


Knowledge is power.  SWAMI gives you the diet that will unlock the key to better health, and it's all based on your unique individuality.
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Pepima
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Quoted from KimonoKat
Oh definitely Cocky would know!  She probably knows where to get kits, and or get your Lewis status tested; everything!  Why not send her a pm?  


Done!

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RhodaMaria
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Hey Pepima!

I found your mail in my stacktheme mailbox!!

I will 'secrete' some lightening answers in my reply to you !!

Groeten uit Holland..

Cocky

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mccarty
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I just posted a reply on the thread "new to BTD - curious about why you started", because I'm interested to hear about symptoms and reasons to start the diet.

Inspired by this thread, I would like to start a new thread specifically on the following question:

Who started the BTD primarily because of problems with fatigue/exhaustion/low energy level and has benefited from the diet? How has the diet helped you beat the fatigue?

I am on the diet for about five weeks now, trying it because I am almost always tired. A little tired, moderately tired or extremely tired, but tired all the same.  

As I have just started, it is too early to tell if the diet is helping me (although I have high hopes). I did buy the BTD-fatigue book.

Who wants to share his/her experiences on fatigue and the miracles the BTD has performed?


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I became interested in the BTD at the advice of an intelligent friend.  The hardest hurdle to overcome was replacing red meat and potatoes with fruits and vegetables.  I found myself glued to the BTD like a bee to honey.

The first thing I noticed that as an "A" who, before BTD, ate a lot of red meat and potatoes, I had to exercise a lot to stay in shape.  Since BTD, I hardly exercise (and when I do, it's walking, not the repeated trips to the gym), I'm in good shape and weigh only a few pounds more than I did when I graduated from high school.

My greatest challenge, however, was when I was diagnosed with cancer (testicular).  Chemotherapy occurred a year after being on the BTD and instead of losing weight and becoming skeletal, I gained 50 lbs!  It's been over five years since my cancer treatment; I'm healthy because of Dr. Peter J. D'Adamo and L. Ron Hubbard's Purification Program (designed to help rid the harmful effects of drugs - like those nasty chemotherapy drugs I got - and help you think clearly and in the present).

I've been on the BTD since 1999 and absolutely love it.  My advice to anyone concerned with their appearance and whether they want to gain or lose weight: count every calorie.  The 50 lbs. I gained during chemotherapy melted away by following Dr. D'Adamo's exercise guidelines.  I even became a traditionally-published author since BTD and since cancer.

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Jeff,
so good to hear about your success!!!
great job!


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KimonoKat
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Hello mccarty!

Welcome to the forums!  If you go to the top right of the page, and click on your member center you can select a blood type shield/avatar for yourself.  This way, other members can help you faster, and you don't have to keep telling everyone your type.  Also in the member center, you can add some text under your blood type shield (like Rh-, etc.) and, you can create a signature that will appear in all your posts.

Again, welcome!


Knowledge is power.  SWAMI gives you the diet that will unlock the key to better health, and it's all based on your unique individuality.
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