The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 2
Re: Miscarriage and Poor Diet?
Posted By: Joan
In Response To: Miscarriage and Poor Diet? (Cheri)
Reproductive medicine is incredibly complicated. But, I will tell you that women with low thryroid are more likely to miscarry, and I was very fortunate to have two full term pregnancies while taking thyroid supplements. Low thyroid runs in my family (type O's) and there were many miscarriages among the ones with untreated low thyroid.
I asked my dentist about getting rid of silver/mercury amalgam fillings; he said you expose yourself to MORE mercury vapor through the process of extracting and replacing, so he recommends the more moderate route of waiting until old fillings get loose, and then replace them only as-needed.
The food you eat definitely affects your hormonal status.
Best wishes, and e-mail me if you like.
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Cheri -- Friday, 20 March 1998, at 5:16 p.m.
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