The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 3
Routines help create security and rhythmicity
Posted By: Mary Jackson
In Response To: Re: Cortisol -- and autism! Awesome inferences might be made. Thank you. (OJoan)
I happen to know this but haven't been too successful in this regard as of yet. If a person has meals at the same times each day the body knows when to excrete digestive aids. Diabetics are known to be off with their adrenal rhythmicity. I wouldn't be surprised if mine were off. I was born breech which can rupture adrenal glands. I've always had insecurity and had trouble looking people in the eye. I used to have a great memory though. I didn't have a lot of touch as a toddler due to the fact that I pushed people away--I think I thought I was going to be suffocated maybe.
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OJoan -- Thursday, 26 March 1998, at 8:17 p.m.
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