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Doing treadmill and elipitical, gaining weight, high BP, stopped birth control. Whats happening?

My daughter is 19 and 5 5 and weighs 173, she works out on an elipitical 3 days a week 2 miles and sometimes runs on the treadmill, if not the eliptical, she does a series of weights and can do a plank for 45 secs and the side planks 30 secs. She doesn t eat alot of junk, at least at home, what she does away from home which is weekends only when she goes out with friends. Her weight is gaining a 1/2 pound to a pound each week, and her blood pressure at the drs. was 130/100 and yesterday it was 134/86, he took her off of the birth control 2 weeks ago, and she hasn t had a period since Nov. 2011. Any ideas?
Asked On : Sun, 25 Mar 2012
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i have seen many patients like this
the milk proteins start reacting with body proteins suddenly
as the cow milk has bovine female harmones which react with female human harmones to cause harmone relkated problems and weight gain
stop all milk and diary as i have treated many patients like this
to be sure can get blood serum tests for specific antiodies for milkthrough allergy doctor you can check for other foodproteis also
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