The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 8
Posted By: Sonia
In Response To: Desperate! (chet sandberg)
Obnoxious, skepitcal me...I DON'T buy the "detox" theory.
As an O+ who has had lots of ups and downs with depression and GI problems, here is what works for me, your mileage may vary:
1. EXERCISE! I definately agree with this one. Every other day at least! Vigorous, sweat and endorphin producing exercise. 2. If you eat red meat, make sure it's LEAN and HORMONE-FREE. No hamburger! 3. Stay away from high glycemic foods like BANANAS and raisens and starchy foods like beans, grains, squash, sweet pototes, etc. 4. Eat protein at every meal. 5. Eat your greens: spinach and broccoli and green beans are my favorites. 6. Eat some fish that's highly beneficial for Os, like salmon or trout at least twice a week. 7. Try the amino acid Tyrosine. 8. Take vitamin B5 (panthocenic acid), 1000-2000 mg a day. I kid you not. 9. If your digestion is off drink some pineapple juice with meals. 10. While yoghurt is an avoid for Os, I find that goat yoghurt does good things for my digestion as well.
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chet sandberg -- Tuesday, 26 January 1999, at 5:13 p.m.
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