The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 2
Re: less stimulated adrenals, low stress diet
Posted By: Joan
I think my adrenals and hypothalamus usually get fewer stressful stimuli from the peripheral nervous system, partly because I stumbled onto a low-chronic-pain regime for myself a few years back. I don't have to revert strictly to that diet except when at risk for stress.
My low chronic pain diet Avoids include:
--caffeine - stimulates nerves, dumps calcium
So in times of stress that lead me towards:
++Herb teas steeped for only a few minutes, if needed; eg. licorice, american ginseng, or ginger
So far so good. However, I am adding milk thistle to the daily repertoire, as it has a good track record of healing and protecting the liver.
And of course, learning to be pro-active in dealing with potentially stressful situations is the best.
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Joan -- Thursday, 1 January 1998, at 11:13 p.m.
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