The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 2
I'm a purist
Posted By: Steve Shapiro
Regarding the use of products such as MSM and Ambrotose, etc, etc, etc. I have spent thousands of dollars on products, potions and lotions that were supposed to help. I had a bad experience with MSM and several other products that made me sicker (not in a detox sort of way). In general, I am making such good progress now that I'd rather not introduce unknown variables/potions/lotions/pills into the equation.
I do several forms of energistic healing, and use custom mixes of flower remedies (when I remember to) to address the underlying miasms. They are not my primary focus.
In short, I'm a purist.
I'm following the Plan, The Plan Only, and Nothing but the Plan (well, I did also have an IgG panel done, and I'm avoiding several foods that showed as highly reactive).
Now, before anybody goes jumping the gun and urging me to take an Interro test, I recently read in Townsend letter that Interro is really an EAV (Electro Acupuncture Vol) machine. I've had several of those, and every single one I've taken, regardless of the stated competancy of the operator (which included one of the head doctors at Portland Naturopathic College), has given incorrect and or useless answers. In short, I don't trust them as anything more than indicative of electrical conductivity along meridian pathways at that point in time. I do not believe they indicate the bodies true complete status concerning the inclusion or exclusion of a particular molecular compound.
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Robert Colt -- Wednesday, 31 December 1997, at 12:04 p.m.
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