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QUESTION: Have you read (fill in the name here)'s criticism of your book in (fill in the name of the magazine or website)? How do you respond?
ANSWER: I'm not using this forum to respond to criticisms of my theory. You can read a few responses to them by myself and others at this address.
As far as I can tell, we've yet to see a criticism of the book which has been based on any faulty science on my part. Most of the time these reviews are just full of personal opinions such as 'I have never heard anything about lectins.' or my favorite, 'It is nonsense.'
This is just disinformation.
Many of the criticisms are from sources who have their own interests to defend.
The truth be told, every type of diet can be found to fit one section of the population (this is really just common sense). Some health recommendations do work in everyone (smoking, for example, really is bad for you). Other types metabolic profiling are scientifically unsound (no backing in the literature) and very expensive.
Our work with blood type allows for the appreciation of individual biochemical variance, but with the use of reliable scientific markers that have as their basis reliability and a complete genetic understanding of the scientific underpinings.