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Ribbit
Saturday, November 26, 2011, 8:27pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Ugh.  J had some sour cream a couple of days ago and she's dizzy and drooly and crying.  I guess that just goes to show.....what a fabulous diet this is.

Now.  A very strange change is that since she's been dairy-free, it's been hard to get her to eat.  She's lost her appetite and it's been difficult to entice her to eat anything but fruit and almond butter.  She doesn't want beef (always her favorite) or turkey or anything.  It's weird.  She's always been my least-picky eater.


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Maybe it's one of those low-appetite healing phases.
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Maybe so.  Her body is definitely healing.  Maybe as she heals her scars will heal.  She tends to form keloids.  

I think what thrills me most is not only her suddenly learning letters but also being able to sing on pitch.  That's so awesome to me!  She still has some hesitations when she's talking (stopping mid-sentence to stare into space), but I do that myself, so I can't be annoyed too much.


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the learning is in a special sequence each sequential thing must be down in the right order and only when it is right. I have been studying Glen Doman work. like all great work it is ultimately very simple but you must stick to it.

but when it is all going to plan, children just "click" as each little bit is ready to work. a few months ago Emily just wasn't interested in reading, now she reads perfectly, with no additional teaching she used to memories the stories, just an abiding interest and a natural progression. she read me a whole story book today out of nowhere lol amazing.

Love, encouragement, good diet, nothing artificial and a teaspoon of flax oil twice a day.



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I think what thrills me most is not only her suddenly learning letters but also being able to sing on pitch.  That's so awesome to me!  She still has some hesitations when she's talking (stopping mid-sentence to stare into space), but I do that myself, so I can't be annoyed too much.


there are times when one can jump for joy!! you deserve those moments..


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Ribbit - wow I only just caught up with this tread...??!! What an amazing difference & so thrilled for you all
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I have just now come across this post!  It is my opinion that lots of Bs don't do well with dairy as I have known some myself.
Dr. Eisenstein, who promotes home births & other natural things, said to me that he was skeptical of the diet cuz he was type B & did poorly with dairy.  Maybe it is the processing of dairy products in this country (along with additives fed to the cows) that is a culprit or maybe it is just that we need fewer of them.
Most Os do well with read meat, but there are some who just don't want it. Maybe that is true with all blood types. We are not cookie-cutter people.
Anyway, Ribbit, I'm glad for your story. It also shows  how important breast milk is. It is compliant no matter the types of the mothers & kids!


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I wonder how many dairy products Dr Eisenstein would have if he got a SWAMI. It's possible that he'd get something like half a cup of yogurt a day, or that perhaps he has an allergy to milk protiens and would do fine on sheep or  goat milk dairy products.

We're all unique individuals. BTD groups us into 4 or 8  groups (depending on whether or not you include secretor status) which is a huge leap forward compared to "one size fits all diets" but is still isn't completely individualized. Many B's do well on dairy, but a few simply don't.


Ruth, Single Mother to 19yo   O- Leah (in Israel for the school year), 17yo O- Hannah, and  12yo B+ Jack


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