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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 8




Dr. D's post from 4-14-97

Posted By: Gail
Date: Thursday, 21 January 1999, at 10:50 p.m.

In Response To: Bladderwrack (Michelle (type O))

I pulled out my notebook of printouts from this site and it goes like this: The teas and tinctures are fine, but the freeze dried form is superior, as it will yield the highest amounts of fucose.

Doses: Teas: 1-4 cups daily

Tinctures: 15-20 drops twice daily

Freeze dried: 1-2 capsules twice daily

Make sure it is Fucus vesiculosis! (In another post he also said it works best if taken AWAY FROM FOOD.

While searching for this I found some other type O helpful info I thought I might repost for the new people.

Dry skin: 3-5 capsules of "Black Current Seed Oil" (treat from the inside)

Block wheat germ lectin after a bad meal: N-acetyl glucosamine can sometimes help. Take 1-2 caps after a particularly bad meal.

Hair loss: Biotin (8mg daily) and folic acid (400mcg daily) sometimes helps women with hair loss.

We had a lot of excellent posts in the archives in 1997. Lots of good info from Ed Reich also. Check them out if you have time....you'll enjoy.

Have a GREAT day !!! Gail


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