The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 16
Posted By: ^heidi^ O+ ns iNFj
In Response To: A Type diet and bowel problems. (Dean (A-))
Maybe you don't have a physician who uses these diets therapeutically, in conjunction with a knowledge of homeopathics and herbs, so in your case may I suggest (and I am NOT a doctor! ;-)) using a food diary to record what you eat and your reactions; and start from a diet of allowed vegetables, fruit and fish & meats -- few beans and no grains -- see if it provides improvements, and work from there. You may not have to eliminate them forever, but right now you're in crisis and need special care in choosing foods.
Also ~ a REALLY important part of the plan is release of stored stress, through meditation, yoga, any practice you can do at least once per day (twice is ideal), because colitis, IBS, a number of intestinal dysfunctions are closely related to a persistent state of "fight-or-flight" and accompanying high cortisol in the tissues. This may be true even if you don't feel particularly stressed.
hope this helps!!!
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Dean (A-) -- Sunday, 27 May 2001, at 12:40 a.m.
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