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Re: irritable/depression - yes - type O

Posted By: Susan
Date: Monday, 31 January 2000, at 12:08 p.m.

In Response To: irritable/depression (Janean)

I've only cut out milk and bread for two days now, and i definitely feel strange. there is pressure behind my eyes, i feel tearful and i can't concentrate on anything at all. It is very similar to how i felt when i tried to become a vegetarian last year (minus the horrible stomach pains!)

growing up on a farm, my sisters and i (all Os) drank gallons of milk, ate tons of home baked bread and potatoes, and were all disgustingly healthy (we also got loads of exercise, ate quite a bit of meat and lots of fresh vegetables). in my early twenties i started experiencing periodic depression and in the last year developed minor psoriasis on my hands and feet, which i cannot seem to shift. so I am trying the diet, but i must admit it is rather hard. i just feel so spacey and weird, like i'm going to fall over!

any ideas on why i felt absolutely fine with these foods in my past? i've never had a twinge of an ulcer or any other digestive problems either.


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