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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 5

Re: Questions about sweat, blood type and diet

Posted By: Cassandra
Date: July-22, 1998 at 13:18:18

In Response To: Questions about sweat, blood type and diet (OJoan)

Does anyone have personal anecdotes about shifts in ability to prespire related to
change in diet?


I started sweating again not when my diet changed, but once I got rid of my depression (which was at least PARTLY diet related). Apparently there is a connection with 'appropriate' serotonin levels in the brain and the amount you perspire. My hunch is that since you've been on the O diet, your hormone levels, enzyme levels, etc. have normalized to what they should be, which has changed and 'normalized' the amount you perspire. I have only been on it for abou 2 weeks now, so I don't think that is long enough for me to notice any changes WRT myself.

BTW, last night I was talking with my fiance about the summer I was depressed and I asked him if he could remember what we ate a lot of during that time. His response (which jived with my memory)? Pasta, bagels, homemade muffins, etc. were the first things that came to mind, and here I am an O! No wonder I was depressed!


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