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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 1
Thanks..and what about kombucha?
Posted By: Diane Strada
Date: February 28, 1997 at 18:31:23
Thanks for making yourself available to answer
questions. I'm an "O" who, as part of the running
boom, OD'd on all the "wrong" carbohydrates while erring
toward veganism. I have been afflicted with asthma,
irritable bowel syndrome (with sigmoidoscopy!), joint
pain, and bleeding tendencies (wierd bruising, bleeding
gums, etc.)What a relief to discover your book, and a
reasonable explanation that makes sense. As an RN student
who would like to further my education in the area of
holistic/alternative medicine, I find your work fascina-
ting. Since switching to the "O" diet (which is the kind of
food I really like), I am no longer plagued by GI distress,
and have not had to use my inhaler for the so called
"exercise induced" asthma. Best of all, my head is clear,
and I no longer have that "spaced out", "brain dead"
feeling that I had chalked up to hormonal changes of
impending menopause (I'm 47). I no longer feel like
one of those neurotic middle-aged women who feels lousy
for no apparent reason. Thanks! Are you familiar with
Kombucha or the grain teff? Am wondering if these are
OK for "O" types.
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- Thanks..and what about kombucha?
Diane Strada -- Saturday, 1 March 1997, at 7:46 a.m.
Peter D'Adamo -- Saturday, 1 March 1997, at 7:46 a.m.