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Ryan
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Hi, I hope someone can answer my question. I am new to this diet and just found out that I am type O. I have a blood disorder called Factor V Leiden, which means that my blood is a lot thicker than normal and I have to be cautious with blood clotting. Now, type O's generally have thin blood and eat things like leafy greens for clotting properties. My question is, how should I differ my diet from the recommended type O diet if at all, and what should I eat instead to help keep my blood thinner?
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never the less, all books including his health series have been factored into the swami software

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find out how food rates for you individually, given your personal variables.

Read about the non secretor issue
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check out the online protocols
together with diet guidelines according to your secretor status
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blood building
cardiovascular
metabolic


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Hi, I hope someone can answer my question. I am new to this diet and just found out that I am type O. I have a blood disorder called Factor V Leiden, which means that my blood is a lot thicker than normal and I have to be cautious with blood clotting. Now, type O's generally have thin blood and eat things like leafy greens for clotting properties. My question is, how should I differ my diet from the recommended type O diet if at all, and what should I eat instead to help keep my blood thinner?
Thankyou, Ryan


Ryan, I am interested in how your diet should be modified as well.  I have a Factor 2 SNP.  Although this question has been asked before, I have not seen a direct answer yet.  For me, the best answer may be to send my 23andme results to Dr. Nash to have her tweak my SWAMI.


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I would get a secretor test first. I remember reading something Dr D Wrote about Non secretors blood can be thicker than secretors.

other may like to correct this..


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Ryan, I am interested in how your diet should be modified as well.  I have a Factor 2 SNP.  Although this question has been asked before, I have not seen a direct answer yet.  For me, the best answer may be to send my 23andme results to Dr. Nash to have her tweak my SWAMI.


yes I would for any out of the norm issues.. ! just to be sure..


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I observed mostly gatherer's don't have such thinny blood like hunters can/might have ..........


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Well that's me the thick blooded gatherer


Kind Regards PC. FIfHI Swami III Pro

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For me, the best answer may be to send my 23andme results to Dr. Nash to have her tweak my SWAMI.


good thinking!


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