The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 1
Re: O related
Posted By: Peter D'Adamo
In Response To: O related (kbaske)
Psyllium can also cause darkening of the intestinal lining, which can sometimes result in weird signmoidoscopy results.
I would not supplement with calcium, and redo the test in say 3-5 weeks. If it is normal, I would then supplement, but at the lower dosage (400-600mg elemental)
About the cortisol: frankly, I'm at a loss. I'll look into it though.
PS: What is your first name? I like to address the response, but "Dear k. baske" sounds like something you would get from Publisher's Clearing House!
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kbaske -- Wednesday, 2 April 1997, at 7:27 a.m.
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