The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 15
Posted By: Angelica (O)
In Response To: Yes, I think nutri. yeast helps calm O chemistry, too (Edna O+)
about the wheat thing. I think the reason I've been able to stick to the ER food plan is (1) taking nutritional yeast before meals, and (2) not eating any bread or grains except brown rice. The weight just fell off!
I discovered that I, too, can't eat wheat in any form, and that includes Ezekiel. I get hoarse and constipated. Even on Ezikiel. So you are doing the right thing in avoiding grains of all kinds. I don't eat beans, either. Do you? Too much dense carbos for my body. I get really weird reactions if I eat ANY kind of beans.
Why not make your own tomato soup? That way, you know what's in it, and you can eat it to your heart's content.
I carry around a little round plastic food container filled with nutritional yeast. If my blood sugar level starts to drop while at work, I just fill up a glass of water and dump 2 heaping tablespoons of yeast in it, mix and drink. Almost instantaneous elevated blood sugar level -- and it lasts for hours. This has been a life saver during the holidays -- because as most of you know, if you work in an office, there are avoids all over the place in the form of cakes, candies, cookies, etc. All calling with their siren song, "eat me, eat me, eat me". Fortunately, the yeast enables me to resist and turn an indifferent shoulder.
Happy New Year, you guys! Have a healthy, prosperous and peaceful 2001!
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Ruth O -- Tuesday, 26 December 2000, at 11:38 a.m.
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