The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 1
Type A and low triglycerides +
Posted By: Karl Schwartz
Joanne gets three blood tests a week because she is on antineoplastons which tend to deplete her electrolytes.
Today, her doctor called and said everything was fine, except for her triglycerides -- which are below normal.
Question: are low triglycerides really a problem, and if so, what should Joanne do (type A) to remedy it.
Question: Any ideas about what part of the body creates antineoplastons (those naturally occuring amino acids/peptides that really do reprogram cancer cells -- phenylacetyglutamine and phenylacetyllsoglutamine) ?
PS We are very happy about Joanne's progress with her treatment and sent you a copy of her latest CT scan for your file.
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Peter D'Adamo -- Monday, 24 March 1997, at 8:19 a.m.
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