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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 1

Re: O's and low protein diet

Posted By: Dr. D'Adamo from Sally H.
Date: February 16, 1997 at 18:14:44

In Response To: Re: O's and low protein diet (Peter D'Adamo)

Dear Dr. D'Adamo:
I've been reading all the posts. Most interesting.
I meant to add that I am a healthy 62 year old other than a bit too much weight. Must be the genes of my Grandmothers who passed away in their late 90's of old age. One Grandfather did have diabetes and passed away in his late 70's. I did have a problem with hypoglycemia in years past after the stress of a divorce and severe dieting, but no longer. I had several accidents years ago. Several years ago I learned the jell in the l-5 disc is gone which explains the pain I feel if I sit too long in a straight back chair. I can't bend or lift now, which I can live without, except I miss gardening. I don't suppose the jell will ever come back no matter what I eat. I love to swim which I do for exercise. I know that losing weight would help the back. Any thoughts on discs? Thanks again for taking your time to respond to all of us. You are a true humanitarian. Sincerely Sally Harrington from the San Juans Washington.

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