The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 8
Posted By: Tony (A)
In Response To: Tony, Tony. (Peter D'Adamo)
Was that a good incorrigible or a bad incorrigible? How come you said that? I feel like I did something wrong now.
Thanks for the info though. The quercitin I started taking has been helping my severe dermatographia, but I'll stop if you think that's the right thing to do. I've had a few blood sugar tests, and though they say it was low, they didn't seem to think it was too bad. My last 5 hour GTT was 75, 117, 107, 100, 64,71. Noone has seemed to think that was too bad. Your father said my sugar was a little low. Why would you think that low sugar levels would cause these weird symptoms? Not that I'm doubting you, but I felt I was having a low blood sugar problems from the beginning, and noone seemed to agree.
I'm taking DGL right now for my stomach. That's not the one you mean, right? By the way, I haven't been your father's patient for months now. If I was, I'm sure I'd be feeling a lot better by now. I couldn't afford it anymore. New Hampshire's a long way from Long Island! That's why I've been trying to get the money to come see you, but I haven't been able to do that yet. I am seeing a naturopath on Long Island who actually said she knows you well, but even she is at the end of her rope. She doesn't know what else to do for me. So I'm running out of options.
Thanks Dr. D.
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Tony (A) -- Tuesday, 2 February 1999, at 5:34 a.m.
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