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It is becoming a very familiar response that the more times I explain how bad wheat is to people that the next question is: "What about whole wheat or white bread"
The general public been desensitized about the food they eat.
I guess I'm going to have to retool my "wheat speech" to include the words bread, flour, pasta and noodles.
(Posted on the forums too)
When dairy is broken down by our digestive systems, it turns into lactose and galactose.
Blood type B's are the only ones to have galactose as the sugar representing their blood type. That means that all O's, A's and AB's would most likely be "galactose (lactose) intolerant."
If you are a non-secretor and you do not express your blood type in your gut, does that minimize your reaction to dairy?
If you then start taking blood type specific probiotics does that mean you could increase your chances to react to dairy?
Secretors of non galactose carrying blood types (O and A) would then seem to be the highest percentage of "galactose (lactose) intolerant" people.
Thanks Eric, your video has given me several ideas to expand upon!
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