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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 2




Re: Use of Choline to Stabilize Moodswings in Manic Depressives

Posted By: David
Date: December-14, 1997 at 19:53:27

Please cite articles using choline as helpful in
the treatment of bi-polar syndrome. Any insight
as to Type II diabetes? Are the two somehow
related? I know the last question is strange, but
I have both. First, my physical health declined
and then my emotional health became upset. I know
my mother was bi-polar and I suspect my father is
too. My father is O+ and my mother was A-. I am
A+. I have taken Anatomy & Physiology and suspect
some "negative feedback system" and well as genetics
and the dropping of DHEA levels as we age--as the
trigger. What do you think?
--David



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  • Re: Use of Choline to Stabilize Moodswings in Manic Depressives
    David -- Wednesday, 17 December 1997, at 1:10 a.m.

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