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Che
Tuesday, January 5, 2010, 5:38am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Can any Genotype do the Overnight Detox?  

Thanks, Che


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Yes


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substitute pears for apples if needed


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What is the overnight detox




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See page 252 in the GTD book...the last page for Explorers.  It uses apple juice, olive oil, and a castor pack.




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See page 252 in the GTD book...the last page for Explorers.  It uses apple juice, olive oil, and a castor pack.


I have just started reading the GTD, consequently I "think"  I am a hunter but have not gone though the process. Regardless, is it ok to use the "explorer" detox




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According to C Sharp, yes.  But as Lola pointed out, if apples are an avoid (like for hunter) use pears instead  




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The important thing in the apple juice is the malic acid.

For those that desire to restrict the amount of sugar in your diet, malic acid tablets can be used.


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According to C Sharp, yes.  But as Lola pointed out, if apples are an avoid (like for hunter) use pears instead  


Through the eyes of btd/gtd as she says, right




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The important thing in the apple juice is the malic acid.

For those that desire to restrict the amount of sugar in your diet, malic acid tablets can be used.


Thanks C! Malic acid should be available locally or obtain through NAP




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http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=GT4ACT
contains malic acid.....

WFs might be better, for this purpose


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Quoted from Lola
http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=GT4ACT
contains malic acid.....

WFs might be better, for this purpose


What if I do not yet know my genotype?

Also what are WF's




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By WFs I assume she means Whole Foods Market.  If you don't know your genotype, go by blood type.  Apples are neutral for secretors and avoids for nonnies.  If you don't know that, I'd either go with the pears or just some malic acid tablets.




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By WFs I assume she means Whole Foods Market.  If you don't know your genotype, go by blood type.  Apples are neutral for secretors and avoids for nonnies.  If you don't know that, I'd either go with the pears or just some malic acid tablets.


Thanks Plucky. Question, would pears + malic acid = the strenth of apples (I am a nonnie...)




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Thanks Lola, I like the Preventive thought process




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Hmmmm...Since malic acid naturally occurs in pears, I think the idea was to substitute the malic containing apples with the pears OR use a malic acid supplement to avoid the sugars in the fruit juice.  If you're a nonnie apples are a no-no.  

I wonder if that acid is why apples give me heartburn, especially since it's the greener apples that give me the worst problem and the greener ones have more malic acid in them.




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Hmmmm...Since malic acid naturally occurs in pears, I think the idea was to substitute the malic containing apples with the pears OR use a malic acid supplement to avoid the sugars in the fruit juice.  If you're a nonnie apples are a no-no.  

I wonder if that acid is why apples give me heartburn, especially since it's the greener apples that give me the worst problem and the greener ones have more malic acid in them.


Ok, just confirming. Pears it is And good question about the apples




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Thank you everyone for your replies regarding the Overnight Detox.  As luck would have it, apples are an avoid for teachers, but, they can be reintroduced into the diet.  Do you suggest I use the apples and the malic acid?

Also, is this a detox that one wants to be at home while doing?  In other words, if I try this detox I'm not going to feel ill or have extreme gas, or will I?

Sorry for being blunt, but I need to know when to plan this.

Thank you again everyone; you have all been very helpful.  Che


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I'd think you could use the apples OR the malic acid, but it's probably not necessary to use both.  And I always think it's a good idea to do a detox the night before you know you can be home and close to a bathroom the next morning.  You just never know what might come out of it.  




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Thanks Plucky!  Just what I needed to know.  So, I don't have to use both the apples and malic acid even though apples are an avoid for me?   Thanks everyone for all your help.  Che


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