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Posted by: 22357 (Guest), Saturday, November 3, 2012, 9:51pm
Hello! I have inflammation of the right testis and right slice of prostate. My doctor told me that i have to be on blood type A diet (plus gluten diet in this conditions). So, i began with this diet 15 months ago. All i can say is that blood type diet treats me very well. But several days ago, i began to feel bad in my brain like exhaustion and nausea. And it follows me almost week. I told my doctor that i feel as described but he told me that it is not because of the diet and he told me that it must be of the cold or something else. I feel it even now but i dont know what to do. I made mistake because i had during this diet time 2 bigger meals per day so i understand that i have to increase it to 3-5 meals. I dont know if this situation take for a while, i was thinking that i can not stop diet, so i need an advice how to be on blood type A diet plus gluten diet and how to eat specific food during days and in which quantity? Maybe, i need to add some food which is "avoid" listed but i dont know what is right choice in this case. Anybody which have same or similar problem or experience please give me an idea. Sorry, but my english is not so good...
Posted by: ABJoe, Saturday, November 3, 2012, 10:49pm; Reply: 1
I wouldn't eat "avoids"...  Changing from 2 to 3-5 meals should be relatively easy.  You eat less at the 2 meals you are currently eating and add in more eating times.  Check to make sure you are getting close to the portion size and frequency.

I would seriously consider getting SWAMI Xpress, however, to get the most personalized diet possible.

It is also possible that Helix Plus supplement would benefit you, especially if the inflammation is cancerous or pre-cancerous...
Posted by: Lola, Sunday, November 4, 2012, 7:01am; Reply: 2
Posted by: C_Sharp, Sunday, November 4, 2012, 7:11pm; Reply: 3
On exhaustion:

There is a special version of the Blood Type Diet to deal with fatigue issues:

But I would not switch to that diet, if you considered the fatigue to be a temporary issue that might go away on its own after a few days/
Posted by: C_Sharp, Sunday, November 4, 2012, 7:16pm; Reply: 4
Top 10 foods to help As  to overcome exhaustion:

Soy foods
Cold water oily fish (halibut, salmon, ...)
Olive oil
Dark leafy greens: Swiss chard, kale, spinach ...
Berries (blueberries, cherries, ...)
Green Tea
Posted by: 22357 (Guest), Sunday, November 4, 2012, 8:06pm; Reply: 5
I was in mistake while i have been on 2 meals per day during last 15 months. My doctor told me that i should increase it to minimum 5 meals per day. But with 5 meals per day i need to watch to do not go fat. After all, this fatigue is not because of the cold, as i was thinking in the beginning, but it is because of the diet. After all, it is my guilty.
Posted by: PCUK-Positive, Sunday, November 4, 2012, 11:19pm; Reply: 6
Dudek85 - did you doctor tell you to eat a glutin diet or a "gluten free" diet, it is not clear in your post.

personally (or should I say after reading more of Dr D'd thoughts. the diet you might like to look into is an A diet concentrating very much on a low "lectin" diet.

I would actually take it a stage further and either get swami or get a practitioner to do a swami pro on you. much more individual and focused on you and your issues. why bother guessing when Dr D has it all figured in swami.

Also have a look at ocubright supplement - wonderfully researched.

deflect should also be on your shopping list IMO.
Posted by: 22357 (Guest), Monday, November 5, 2012, 7:05pm; Reply: 7
In the first message i made a mistake. Actually, it is GLUTEN FREE diet. Thank you on recommendations of swami and supplements (actually, i'm not in a position to afford it, i'm living in Europe-Serbia) but i'm already taking a combination of supplements (vitamins and minerals). Also the diet give me results so i'm satisfied with it.
Posted by: Joyce, Thursday, November 8, 2012, 12:06pm; Reply: 8

Perhaps the nausea/brain feeling is a bug/infection as a few of us have it in UK just now.

If the foods you are eating usually make you feel better keep going with the A diet.
It's a bit difficult doing gluten free at the same time, I'm also trying it.

Hope you feel better soon.
Posted by: 22357 (Guest), Thursday, November 8, 2012, 7:16pm; Reply: 9
Bad feeling in brain have vanished several days ago, so i'm now like before in good condition. Now, when bad feeling is gone, my opinion is that it is not because of the diet, so it must be of the cold or what you said a bug/infection. I didn't tell you that i had sinus problems while i was child, so i'm very sensitive to cold and several days before nausea i was suffering from a cold.  After all, i'm feeling much better and better while i'm on this diet.
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