The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 8
Lois, Graves Disease
Posted By: sc(O)
Dear Lois, I couldn't post to your message, for some reason. So sad to hear about your brother. I'm sorry, I don't know much. But you mentioned type O being more hypothyroid: What he says in the text is more that we tend toward unstable thyroid function (I guess that's like the hypoglycemia/diabetes disfunction, a core regulatory function goes out of whack, and can swing either way). So I'm not surprised by hyperthyroid in an O. I hope Peter or Stephen or Thomas can give you some advice - I know that's hard, without direct contact with the person. Best wishes, and love to you both. sc (PS: I myself have sworn by kelp, for years and years, now. I have several manifestations of disfunctional thyroid, the most unpleasant of which, for me, was wildly intense emotional reactions; so I never run out of kelp, as it evens my moods out like nothing else, even exercise, my second-best serenity friend. Good luck)
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Jen (O) -- Monday, 1 February 1999, at 8:42 a.m.
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