Archives for: February 2002, 23
regarding corned beef: When I was in the supermarket the other day, the Columbus company was giving samples of their lunchmeats. I read the label on the corned beef and it was completely without avoids. I think it was basically beef and salt. Gretchen
Sounds like good news for west-coast folk, at least! Gretchen, could you give us a website, or the exact name of the company, so we can check 'em out? Glad you found some good commercial corned beef, and thanks for the tip, dear! :-D
Hello dr. Petter j. D'adamo I was born in North Africa. I am 52 years old. I am white. blood type "O". I don't eat red meat, and d'ont use dairy foods. My questions are:
1) From which kinds of foods, can I get my Proteins and Calcium.
2) Are Oats good for me?
3) I am Menopause period and I have Agoraphobia. What kinds of foods might help me? Thank you. ~ pnina
Greetings, Pnina ~ welcome! I'm not Peter, I'm Heidi, but I'll be glad to answer your questions.
Red meat is the prime Beneficial source of protein for type O. I would suggest that you consider including it in your diet. If you are accustomed to eating fowl and fish, then adding a small portion of red meat every other day should ease your digestive system into processing it with no problem.
Fish and eggs are wonderful protein sources, as is fowl of most kinds.
It's great that you do not eat dairy products. They aren't well-suited for type O, and many of us do not use them at all.
For calcium (and other minerals): seaweeds; broccoli; almonds; sesame seeds, sesame paste (tahini); broth made from the bones of roasted fowl, fish and meat; canned fish that includes the cooked, softened bones; dark leaf greens like kale, collards, chard, parsley, turnip greens, beet greens; black beans; figs.
Oats are Neutral if you are a secretor. If you are a nonsecretor, they are an Avoid. If you are overweight or have inflammation of any kind, it's best not to eat them.
Red meat, fish, green vegetables and plenty of water daily are very good for you during menopause. For anxiety-related disorders like agoraphobia, two things: strenuous exercise at least 3 times weekly, and Rhodiola rosea ("Arctic root"), an herb.
Write again and let me know how you do! :-D
I will try doing the lamb regimine over, this time I will be sure that I only use plain lamb with a drizzle of olive oil when it's done cooking. Thank you for your patience and your explanation to my question. I hope you are having a nice weekend. Eagle
Sounds good, Eagle ~ It's a beautiful weekend here, thanks! and I look forward to your report! :-D