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Posted by: Ronagon (Guest), Wednesday, April 25, 2007, 7:39am
I read in one of Dr. D's reports somewhere that non-secretor blood was actually thicker and more prone to clumping and, therefore, heart attack and cerebral hemorrhage.  Do I understand this correctly?

I mean, I understand that O secretors tend to have too thin blood, but do O-nonnies have too THICK blood?  Should we be ingesting natural blood thinners like vinegar or something?
Posted by: Lola, Wednesday, April 25, 2007, 4:48pm; Reply: 1
following your nonnie guidelines is the safest.......
http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/10.html
http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/8.html

and some reinforcement in certain protocols, perhaps....
Posted by: 950 (Guest), Wednesday, June 27, 2007, 11:03pm; Reply: 2
Dear Ron,
I'm an A nonnie and was tested at a lab that specializes in clotting disorders. They found high fibrinogen levels and suggested heparin injections which made me feel better except for the hugh lumpy bruises on my abdomen from the shots. After a month I stopped the injections. I'm thrilled to find a diet that may help my situation.
Posted by: Lola, Wednesday, June 27, 2007, 11:07pm; Reply: 3
practice your cortisol lowering calming exercises!
Posted by: Ronagon (Guest), Wednesday, June 27, 2007, 11:12pm; Reply: 4
Sunny,

Whoof.  I'm glad to hear you stopped those injections.  Nasty.  Another thing they give to prevent clots is coumadin, which is just rat poison that kills rats by causing them to massively hemorrhage.
Posted by: 941 (Guest), Thursday, June 28, 2007, 12:03am; Reply: 5
Quoted from Ronagon
Sunny,

Whoof.  I'm glad to hear you stopped those injections.  Nasty.  Another thing they give to prevent clots is coumadin, which is just rat poison that kills rats by causing them to massively hemorrhage.


Yes, that's exactly what it is...rat poison...but...when a person is hospitalized with a blood clot that could kill them, and have no motivation to change their diet, or no education to know that they can...sometimes coumadin is the only option to keep them alive.
Posted by: dawgmama, Thursday, June 28, 2007, 12:33am; Reply: 6
I unfortunately know from experience how thick A nonnie blood is! About 12 years ago I had a DVT in my left calf that landed me in the hospital on bed rest for 8 days! They thought then, that it was because my job was as a horse-shoer(farrier) and they(the docs) thought holding the hoof between my knees cut off the circulation enough to form a clot. I personally thought it was from planting shrubs in our hard Wisconsin clay and jumping on the shovel, traumatizing my leg. Perhaps, as a stay at home mom of two little kids, trying to do it all,  my cortisol levels were sky high, leading to my blood clot? ??) That was pre-BTD, and I am hopeful that by eating right, I can avoid ever having THAT again!! :o
Posted by: ISA-MANUELA (Guest), Thursday, June 28, 2007, 9:34am; Reply: 7
I'd recommend fishoils for A's and AB's......dito Ginko or dong quai does the same thing....blood thinning ;D........especially if you are sitting the whole day long in an office :-/........(smarty)(whistle)(sunny)
Posted by: Vicki, Thursday, June 28, 2007, 1:23pm; Reply: 8
Lots of fishes move to beneficial for A non-secretors.  
Posted by: Ronagon (Guest), Friday, June 29, 2007, 12:20am; Reply: 9
Shane,

Point taken.  Thank you.
Posted by: 950 (Guest), Friday, June 29, 2007, 2:28pm; Reply: 10
I take nattokinase as well as CoQ10 and an E plus selenium for my blood and heart. I feel especially good when I take the CoQ10-not sure why, but I can tell a difference when I run out!
Posted by: Peppermint Twist, Tuesday, July 10, 2007, 1:40pm; Reply: 11
Quoted from Ronagon
I read in one of Dr. D's reports somewhere that non-secretor blood was actually thicker and more prone to clumping and, therefore, heart attack and cerebral hemorrhage.  Do I understand this correctly?

I mean, I understand that O secretors tend to have too thin blood, but do O-nonnies have too THICK blood?  Should we be ingesting natural blood thinners like vinegar or something?

No, dude!  No, no, no, look at it this way:  O's (in general) have naturally thinner blood.  So one of the few GOOD things about nonniehood for an O (I pity the poor A nonnies) is that the nonnie tendency towards thicker blood mitigates the O tendency towards thinner blood.  So, us O nons come out just about even *lol*!!!!!!

Besides, I also take it to mean that salmon--which used to be listed as an O beneficial but in later books slid to neutral, I opine due to its blood-thinning properties, is back to BENEFICIAL for us O nons (day-uuum, that is the second time in recent days I have unilaterally issued a decree changing the status of a food on the diet *lol*:  it's good to be P-Twist!!!).

Seriously, I think the thick-nonnie-blood thing is a PERK for us O's.  It cancels out the thin O blood thing.

Now, if I were an A nonnie?  Yeah, I'd be hitting the fish oil pretty hard.

;D

Posted by: Peppermint Twist, Tuesday, July 10, 2007, 1:45pm; Reply: 12
P.S.  About coumadin:  I seriously live in fear that one day I will be rushed to a hospital, unconscious, and they will for some unknown reason administer this to me.  I have a structural prob due to my nasal septum being butchered (LONG story) and am thus terrified that I would hemorrage to death from my nose if anyone ever administered blood thinners to me.

See, I never run out of things to worry about.  I always have a few tucked away in the wings.
;)
Posted by: Peppermint Twist, Tuesday, July 10, 2007, 1:47pm; Reply: 13
P.P.S.  I agree with Isa, as I mentioned in my first post:  A nonnies would do well to consume fish oil on a regular basis.  The best form is from eating richly-oiled, cold-water fish, such as and especially WILD (never farmed!!!!) salmon.  But if I were an A non, I might consider taking a high-quality fish oil supplement, too.
Posted by: 314 (Guest), Tuesday, July 10, 2007, 11:12pm; Reply: 14
Quoted from Edna

No, dude!  No, no, no, look at it this way:  O's (in general) have naturally thinner blood.  So one of the few GOOD things about nonniehood for an O (I pity the poor A nonnies) is that the nonnie tendency towards thicker blood mitigates the O tendency towards thinner blood.  So, us O nons come out just about even *lol*!!!!!!

Besides, I also take it to mean that salmon--which used to be listed as an O beneficial but in later books slid to neutral, I opine due to its blood-thinning properties, is back to BENEFICIAL for us O nons (day-uuum, that is the second time in recent days I have unilaterally issued a decree changing the status of a food on the diet *lol*:  it's good to be P-Twist!!!).

Seriously, I think the thick-nonnie-blood thing is a PERK for us O's.  It cancels out the thin O blood thing.

Now, if I were an A nonnie?  Yeah, I'd be hitting the fish oil pretty hard.

;D


ok you got me worried why do you  pity the poor A nonnies??????????

Posted by: Lola, Wednesday, July 11, 2007, 3:11am; Reply: 15
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why do you  pity the poor A nonnies??

thicker blood than A secretors.......and fish oil helps liquidize the blood......besides the right lifestyle and cortisol lowering techniques, etc.

Posted by: Peppermint Twist, Wednesday, July 11, 2007, 2:20pm; Reply: 16
Quoted from bo
ok you got me worried why do you  pity the poor A nonnies??????????

Oh, within the context of the quoted sentence, I was just alluding to how A nonnies really drew the short straw on the blood thickness spectrum.  Type A blood is already thick and then you add nonniehood to that and, well, you've got a slurry on your hands *lol*!  BUT, the news is not bad, because we are blessed to know how to eat right for our types, and a little fish oil daily and an A nonnie will be good to go, with de-slurrified blood, plus all the other added benefits of fish oil.  So, no worries, mate, sorry if my little parenthetical quip got you concerned!

A fish oil capsule a day keeps the thick blood away!

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