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In response to: Mesquite Powder

Mon, 05 Jul 2010 18:07:45 +0000

What's the blood type profile for mesquite? I'm having trouble finding it on the website. Thanks.

In response to: Mesquite Powder

Mon, 06 Apr 2009 13:38:45 +0000

I don't have any mesquite powder, so I wonder if there is anything that is close to this spice, since I've never heard of it. I have mesquite sauce, is it basically the same thing or not. If anyone reads this, please reply asap, I have my pork roast ready to cook other than this spice, which seems to be a really big part of this recipe. Thank you, Alicia

In response to: Prevention and the cure (O non Expl)

Fri, 05 Dec 2008 06:41:54 +0000

I had a lazy eye at two different times and used exercises to strengthen the eye muscles so I didn't need the glasses. Now unless I get really tired, I have great vision.

Did you ask the Doc if exercise would help strengthen and coordinate your eye muscles?

In response to: Prevention and the cure (O non Expl)

Thu, 04 Dec 2008 16:02:31 +0000

My right eye is a bit nearsighted and my left eye is a bit farsignted, however I don't yet need glasses. I bought an eye patch and started covering my right eye while reading to make my left eye get some training and it has indeed worked to improve my left near vision.

This is just to say that there are several solutions to any problem. I've heard about exercises people can do to improve vision and reduce prescriptions (I know one guy who swears by this) and also have heard that eating a healthy diet and detoxing can help too (and I have another friend who had very bad/nearly legally blind vision who changed his diet and did a lot of cleansing who has succeeded in improved his vision and changing his prescription).

Hopefully you have a good natural health practitioner to offer some solutions!

In response to: Expectations (Onon Expl)

Mon, 17 Nov 2008 15:24:25 +0000

Hey, we're Os & it takes sooo long to prepare compliant food!
You're doing great!

In response to: A bit of a drama

Thu, 13 Nov 2008 10:46:07 +0000

Just one of your reason-number-3s dropping in to say HI and yes I've missed you! I've been away in the UK too with limited internet. I'm glad you're better, it's good to see you back, and I'm glad I'm back too! xx

In response to: A bit of a drama

Mon, 10 Nov 2008 14:03:33 +0000

Hi Bec,
Very nice blog. I'm so jealous! I've always wanted a farm. My own little farm just to support myself..with fruit trees, nut trees, berries..and a huge garden! sigh...chickens for eggs..and maybe goats.. :)

In response to: To GTD or not to GTD, that is the question

Mon, 10 Nov 2008 06:54:36 +0000

You may just want to start gradually and add in some of the explorer superfoods that aren't big blood type avoids. Of course, going all out is good too, as long as you work within your knowledge of known food reactions. Some unusual detox symptoms are fairly common for explorers at first, although in my case they're trivial. I have much more energy, resilience and better immunity now that I'm eating as an explorer. I'm not trying to lose weight yet, just trying to gain strength and health, so I eat as much as I want of the diamond superfoods, while also working on the exercise guidelines.