The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 8
Re: Why is it so hard?
Posted By: Gerry
In Response To: Why is it so hard? (Michelle)
Its so interesting that you posted this question - I've been feeling/doing great for three weeks now and doing alot of research on this whole blood/carbo thing (I am an O). I am desperately trying to get my parents involved particulary my mother who has sufferred greatly from asthma. She is 73, active and has been told she is allergic to wheat but insists since she had shots when she was 50ish that she can continue to eat it in moderation. I asked her yesterday just to try cutting it out of her diet but "sometimes" mothers know all. No sense in responding. I gave her doc's book........I have to agree with Jan - I am just going to continue for me. If anyone asks why I look / feel better I guess I'll tell them. I even thought so much as to just say just "walk walk walk" because I have had such a negative reaction when I start saying what I'm doing. I think you just have to do for you - "nothing tastes better than feeling like this" as they say - I hit what I call rock bottom (finally) & this is how I will blossom out of it!
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Michelle -- Sunday, 24 January 1999, at 9:20 p.m.
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