Blood type diet list of foods

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Avatar n tn nothing i could see in her diet....i'm looking to find out where i can obtain a listing of foods to avoid and foods to eat....all i find is diet plans, how many grams of what is in it etc... all i really want is for her to have a list of the foods she can have without fearing her sugar will go up, snacks she can have or not have etc...at her age its hard for her to figure out calories, grams, exchange groups and all that...
351317 tn?1204755471 Glad you found out the thyroid antibodies, maybe that will be of some help. I don't remember the name but I think there is an autoimmune disease that attacks the thyroid, maybe hashimoto's. If you still feel celiacs could be I would go for the biopsy it seems the only sure way to diagnose it.
Avatar f tn and how big a impact those words of change your diet would have !! The last couple of days I have been walking around a lil stunned not really knowing what the heck to do. I'm afraid to eat !! instead of wheat bread the say white :( it is 25 mg of Phos. Barley 1/2 cup 40mg piece of salmon 279mg. a apple 15mg. this is just a example It is in everything we eat ! we drink ! I have a list of what is bad and what is better for me..but the better for me is in very small portions..
Avatar f tn The list of Reishi's health benefits includes the following Antibacterial, antiviral (Herpes, Epstein-Barr), antifungal (including Candida) properties Anti-inflammatory, useful for reducing symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis Immune system up-regulation Normalization of blood cholesterol levels and blood pressure Reduction of prostate-related urinary symptoms in men Turkey Tail (Trametes versicolor): Turkey Tail is also known as Coriolis, or "cloud mushroom.
Avatar f tn If you're on one, you've been given a long list of foods to avoid, as well as most medications, which is why this type of drug is just very seldom used anymore and hasn't been for decades. Look, we can go on like this forever. Everyone, eat what you decide is best and feels good when you eat it, avoid toxins (all non-organic foods contain things we should avoid, but organic soy is very easy to get and not much more expensive than the non-organic.
Avatar f tn Can anyone share experience with the combo of raw foods and blood values and hep c? Can anyone recommend a holistic MD somewhere in the mid-Atlantic area who can help me? I feel that the better enzyme level is encouraging, yet I am terrified by the dropping other values...I am sorely tempted to see what the next bloodwork shows, as I trust the healing power of the food (with the enzymes) to be somewhat corrective. Any help??? Thanks and BTW, this is my first post!
Avatar n tn Start looking at nutrional labels and being mindful of how *much* of any food item you are eating. High fiber diet is great for everyone, especially diabetics and those of us with problems controlling cholesterol. (Build up fiber slowly so your body gets used to it, though, especially if you're on Metformin as both tend to have a side-effect of causing "gas" until your body gets used to them). They even make fiber supplements as pills now, so it's easy to up your intake.
Avatar m tn i do make excuses for lack of control on my diet but i have made progress. (compared to the the way i used to eat) i will look for that dreamfields pasta, i live in Mississippi so its a little behind the times as far as healthy foods are concerned. i used to walk 3 miles a day but gave it up when i saw no improvement in my sugar levels, i also had foot problems. i work on a small farm putting up fences and taking care of our critters, so i do get some exercise.
Avatar f tn I am having a problem with following any type of diet...Not sure what to eat. I pretty much eat whatever I want eventhough I know I have to change that. Can anyone give me a briefing on what you eat? Do you have to eat all organic? What type of sugar, is equal ok?, Do I reallyy have to give up coffee??? I don't like this part at all!! Does anyone have a basic quick list to refer to for me??
798555 tn?1292791151 Just to second waverider. I have eliminated all fruits too. I just love big Delicious apples and those big oranges. (sigh and double sigh!) My a1c dropped from 7.7& in Sept to 6.3%l lasy week.
Avatar n tn i have read that pineapple,beetroot mmm cant really think of the rest....brain fog,is good for the liver,but dont go eating to much of the good foods cos to much of 1 thing wouldnt be a good idea,moderation is the key. Milk thistle is very good,but people here say dont take it on the tx but take it if you are not on the tx,its a herb you bye in pill form.
Avatar f tn But there is no real scientific evidence to support a link between your health as a consequence of compatibility between your blood type and your diet. It's all conjecture... I'll toot my own horn and say that I'm pretty well versed in genetics and anthropology (both medical and human-evolutionary), and to be honest most of the scientific claims made on the website aren't really plausible... at all. They're quite outlandish, actually.
Avatar n tn What are some of the foods that may be good for your liver? Supplements can be helpful. Tell me about some of the supplements that you have taken and were beneficial to you. What are some of the foods and supplements that should be avoided?
Avatar n tn I had to have a physical from my own doctor who had to sign some paper work from GHI and I had to have a blood test as specified from GHI Medical. I followed the 500 calorie diet religiously. I had plenty of energy to exercise which I did 5 - 6 aerobic work outs and 3 weight training work outs. I am a personal trainer and I was having an extremely frustrating time loosing weight after the birth of my 3rd child. Yes, I washed my hair and conditioned it.
Avatar m tn Too little potassium can cause hypertension a baked potato can help Raspberries contain anthocyanins which boost insulin production and lower blood sugar levels Cinnamon taken twice a day for 90 days improved hemoglobin A1C levels a reflection of average blood sugar level for the past two to three months in people with poorly controlled type 2 diabetes (hemoglobin A1C levels greater than 7 percent). One theory is that cinnamon increases insulin action.
Avatar n tn Hello, I am a Type I diabetic and have done very well keeping my blood sugar under control. About two weeks ago, however, my blood sugar started going over 200 for no reason. Since I have not changed my diet or schedule, I have begun to question my consumption of Diet Coke. I have been drinking Diet Coke since I was diagnosed with Type I several years ago and it has not appeared to raise my blood sugar, but it is now the only explanation I can find.
Avatar f tn It is not really possible to make a list of foods to eat and not eat because we are all different. But a diet of protein and lots of fresh vegies, small amounts of fruit and small amounts of carbs should do best.
Avatar n tn What should be avoided on the diet? – Red light foods The diet suggests that only a minimal amount of the following should be eaten: Potato, rice, bread, flour and corn based products Other cereal-based products – such as pasta, pastry, biscuits and breakfast cereals.
Avatar f tn that people with hashimotos/hypothyroid are usually low on, and i found natural foods that i can include in my regular diet that will assist in my health. 1. Selenium - (i'm eating brazil nuts) A selenium deficiency is thought to contribute towards the development of Hashimoto’s, and a re-introduction of this mineral can reduce the level of autoimmune anti-bodies 2.
Avatar f tn I have several diaganoises that all have diet restrictions and its beginning to look like I can only have water - purified! The following is a list of issues with dietary restrictions: borderline diabetic, cirrohsis, bi-polar, migraines, and food allergies to coconut and mustard. I have one form of information that says to drink lots of fluids including fruit juices. Another says to avoid simple carbs - like fruit juices!
Avatar m tn If she happens to be severely latex allergic, that type of allergy can cross-react into dozens of foods and be hidden in products. Latex continues to get worse and not better with repeated exposure. Just a thought if they didn't do a RAST test for Latex. My daughter, when she was 8, did a total food elimination diet as Dr. Paderla Anitha, DNB has suggested ..
Avatar n tn While I had never sought health foods or organic foods in the past, I am quickly evolving into someone who is very suspicious of food additives, growth hormones and antibiotics in the American diet. So many new man made chemicals in our foods during my lifetime, in the last half of the 20th century. I believe we will find that our migration from "natural foods" to man made "edible alternatives" will eventually be implicated in many human diseases and disorders.
Avatar f tn Hyperinsulinism is prediabetes. Insulin causes the body to store fat. PCOS is a separate issue, but they both cause weight gain/inability to lose. With preidiabetes and PCOS, I'd have to wonder if you've also had your thyroid tested to make sure you don't have hypothyroidism, since it's basically the thyroid that controls metabolism, specifically, a hormone called Free T3. With prediabetes, you need to eat foods that are on the low glycemic list.
Avatar f tn The 'conventional' diet recommended for persons with diabetes is high carb, with up to 65% of calories coming from carbs. Such a diet can make blood sugar control very difficult (need a lot of insulin to cover so much carb, and blood sugar likely to go high and low). Also as mentioned previously there is no such thing as essential carbs. Such diet will also make weight loss very difficult. Lots of Carbs = Lots of Insulin. Insulin promotes fat storage.
Avatar m tn Toxicity from lead is a function of total exposure to all foods, beverages and your environment. The amount of lead in InnerLight SuperGreens alone exceeds the FDA’s provisional total daily tolerable intake limit for children (6 mcg) and approaches the daily limit for pregnant women (25 mcg). For other adults (for whom the FDA tolerable limit is 75 mcg of lead) it represents a significant and unnecessary exposure to lead.
1026267 tn?1257594873 I don't know if almond or rice milk have the iodine in them or not, but there is one other thing that might be of help here. I found out that people with type "O" blood should not use coconut or palm anything, even the healthy extra virgin kind. I also found out that dairy isn't really good for type "O" people either.
Avatar n tn It is important to have the 20grams of fat for proper absorption of the medication for it to work. Someone put together an extensive list of foods on this site: http://thehepcexperiment.
Avatar m tn The last blood draw, the blood looked like a purplish bloody marry. Any ideas as to why the blood discoloration and high ammonia. I'm also on my own low sodium/low protein diet. Thanks for your consideration in this matter.