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Interesting reading for hope for eating bacon.  As a blood Type A, the D'Adamo book eat right for your type lists pork as sitting in the stomach and putrefying. Well I am here to tell you that this is not the only reason I eat low salt Butterball Turkey bacon.

It is because even if there is pork in some gummy vitamins, I have the worst bad breath ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Leviticus 11 explains how to keep people safe, and Pork is an avoid in the Bible Diet.
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I like pork bacon and wild boar, and the cracklins we make here (fried pork fat, nothing is wasted on the pigs).  After reading about pork from Dr. D and from the Bible, I try to avoid it and eat it only on occasion.  
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Lola can usually find Dr. D's quotes way better than me.

However I remember a new member coming on here (I keep thinking it was a self claimed doctor) and questioning the rating for pork.

Dr. D's response was that, even in relatively healthy individuals, it did something like, raise indican levels, or it did something noticeable to serum proteins.


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Dr. D's response was that, even in relatively healthy individuals, it did something like, raise indican levels, or it did something noticeable to serum proteins.


http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/depictor5.pl?43



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Chole, I'm sure you meant well. I'm familiar with Typebase.

I was hoping Lola would jump in with the quote from Dr. D, addressing a member's question about pork. It was more specific.


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If you go back and read the earlier posts from 2006 in this thread there is a quote from Dr. D which says that Type Os might be ok if it weren't for the fact that pigs are so laden with antibiotics, etc.  He said wild boar might be OK.....
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Quoted from Jane
If you go back and read the earlier posts from 2006 in this thread there is a quote from Dr. D which says that Type Os might be ok if it weren't for the fact that pigs are so laden with antibiotics, etc.  He said wild boar might be OK.....


Hi Jane, <3

I was thinking of a post by a new person that was more recent, I think in the past year or 18 months at the oldest. I keep thinking it was a doctor, or a chiropractor or something like that.


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just scroll back a couple of pages here


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I recall a thread about pork that described the ill effects some of the slaughter house workers experienced from the conditions.  It might have been from inhaling the vapor or mist of the motorized saws that are used to section the pig carcass.  It was mildly horrifying.


My SWAMI diet is a blend of BTD and GTD Explorer, but I'm not totally compliant.  Also I try to choose foods that have a Low Glycemic index.  DW and DD are A+, probably also Explorer.
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I can't stand any pork except bacon. And that's a very rare thing to eat for me. My problem is I cannot, for the life of me, find a decent turkey bacon. They all seem SO MUCH WORSE than regular bacon. So many additives or they taste awful.


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I FINALLY found the post of Dr. D that I was referencing! It was a member who said they were a doctor:

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Oh, and I'm a doctor practicing functional medicine for years, so I'm not ignorant about the science...more writing this to get perspectives.

Thanks again for all the input so far!


It was in January of this year, and it was in answer to this thread/post:

http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?m-1388543114/s-19/#num19

Here's what Dr. D said about eating pork:

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Sick people glycosylate differently than well people. Back in the '80s I noticed that a lot of the serological reactions to lectins in sera of individuals with chronic disease could be amplified if porcine proteins were added to the mix. This is probably due to the ability of porcine antibodies to bind easily with human IgG Fc fractions which usually acts to increase the downstream immune response (complement fixation, principally).

I suppose if your gut and immune system were well enough you could eat all the pork you desired, although it would still probably mess up your microbiome.  


What I remembered incorrectly was that it would mess up your microbiome, not your blood serum proteins.

Glad I finally found that quote!


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Oh, very interesting!

So pork is really an even bigger avoid if you're a nonsecretor then, I'll bet, since we have more autoimmune disease, since we already don't secrete our blood type and we need all of the complement we can get...and autoimmune disease is usually a complement deficiency (innate immune system) but overactive adaptive immune system state.

Wow.

Makes me really wonder about a lot of those paleo bloggers who go paleo due to health conditions. They get so much healthier eating that way, but yet they still eat gobs of pork. Wonder if some of them would go into complete remission if they'd eliminate pork (and some of them, chicken or red meat).


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