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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 13

A light bulb just went on for me..... Thanks Pixie..

Posted By: Pat (A+)
Date: Friday, 28 April 2000, at 10:03 p.m.

In Response To: Tinnitis (Pixie O+)

I'm and A, but I have eliminated grains from my diet completely. Till your post I had not noticed that persistent tinnitus is practically gone! I have been aware for a long thime that what I ate made a difference, but it just quietly (no pun intended) faded away as I gave up grains. Thanks for alerting me to this positive change I simply had not noticed.

Pixie, with the 'flu you may have had some inner ear irritation, but when you are well over the "bug", see if foods do it. If you didn't have tinnitus before going on the ER diet, you could go back for a short time to your old diet (it won't kill you for a week or so), then add in the "new" foods you changed to, two at a time. If you get ringing ears, try one of the two foods. If no ringing, try another two. That might help you identify the source of the neurological irritation which causes your tinnitus. Then you can eliminate it -or just put up with the noise! It's a bit of a hunt for the elusive trigger.
Just a few thoughts.

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