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Posted By: Andrea Ebersol
I went to my local health food store (Whole Foods, a nation-wide chain, I think), and bought their store brand of Bladderwrack, made by Solgar. Curious about the latin name, I found out that they say it is "ascophyllum nodosum," not the Fucus you refer to. Since it seems important to get the Fucus for reasons outside of the iodine, can you help me figre out which is which? Also, the ones I have are tablet, 225 mcg. What dosage would you recommend as safe yet effective?
As much as I'd like to say I'm transitioning well into my new eating plan (type O), I do falter, especially on weekends. Is there any food or herb that will soothe the digestive track after one of these? The stomach bloating, cramps and gas can be fairly uncomfortable, usually after eating a small amount of wheat (pizza crust).
Thanks for all your help and for the changes even my less than perfect O-diet have made in my life.
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Peter D'Adamo -- Wednesday, 5 March 1997, at 7:36 p.m.
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