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Russ
Thursday, March 22, 2007, 11:37am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Hi,

In the ER4YT book I have it gives the recipe for the cocktail that includes 1 Tbsp Lecithin granules.

I've been using Lecithin granules obtained from Soya beans but looking in the online database on this site for 'lecithin' only Soy Lecithin shows and it's an AVOID for Type-B's

The ER4YT book says the cocktail is designed for type B's but doesn't say what type of Lecithin to use.

Can anyone help ?

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Russ, the typebase http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/typeindexer.htm says lecithin from eggs & legumes...


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Hi Russ - I donīt do the cocktail anymore - but when I did...
I used lecithin from eggs
- I donīt do well with soy... but other Bīs can handle it...it depends.
Lecithin from eggs are more expensive.


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Russ
Thursday, March 22, 2007, 12:23pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Right, so when I type 'lecithin' into http://www.dadamo.com/csv/database.html and it comes back with 'Soy Granules (Lecithin) - AVOID for type B' this is different to the 100% Pure Lecithin granules derived from soy beans I use in the cocktail. So all is OK.

Got it.

Thanks.
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I use mainly the typebase 4
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/depictor5.pl?389
it it says soy granulated are avoid - but not sure about the lecithin???
Almost no soy is good or Bīs...
one of the reasons why I am carfull with it.

Russ
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Russ
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Thanks Henriette, avatar set.

The link you show is for Soy Granules which are AVOID for Type B but as accidental_chef hints at, this link http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/depictor5.pl?220 says Lecithin is Neutral for all blood types and is obtained from egg yolks and LEGUMES (which I assume means Soy Beans)

I feel fine after the cocktail so I'll stick at it. I can't say I've ever knowingly eaten any other form of Soy before so can't comment.

Cheers,

Russ
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The lecithin granules that I've been using is from  Purely Bulk: Granular soy lecithin ... I was under the impression that it was a neutral ...


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Quoted from LISALEA
The lecithin granules that I've been using is from  Purely Bulk: Granular soy lecithin ... I was under the impression that it was a neutral ...


Agreed. According to http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/depictor5.pl?220 that's the case..

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I do think that soy lecithin is fine- I just donīt do well with it
- and since almost NO soy is OK- I donīt use it.
Russ
If you feel fine continue
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Lilalea
I do think that soy lecithin is fine- I just donīt do well with it
- and since almost NO soy is OK- I donīt use it.
Russ
If you feel fine continue
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Oh ok great and thanks so much Henriette!!


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Maybe soy and lecithin from soy are a bit like olives and olive oil etc..
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Maybe soy and lecithin from soy are a bit like olives and olive oil etc..



I think u have a point !!



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I have never found egg lecithin granules so I have been using the NOW brand of soy lecithin granules and have been for almost 9 years.  I recently changed the oil, though, and now put in fish oil (Carlson) instead of flax.  I tried olive oil but just didn't like the aftertaste.
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Yes,
Soy lecithin is fine for us.  And it is definitely different from soy granules.  Egg lecithin is slightly better, according to Dr. D, but it is quite a bit more expensive, and not necessary unless you don't feel well when you eat the soy lecithin.  It is not like eating soy in other forms.  



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Thank you Victoria for putting it straight


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I like to buy the non-genetically modified soy lecithin.  There are a couple of brands out there, and if you can't find one through Google search or your local health food stores, let me know and I'll get the brand of mine.  I'm out the door in a couple of minutes.



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So this is a slightly belated reply for this thread, but I have to know: what the heck are soy granules, if they aren't the same as soy lecithin? I have a can of "The Lecithin from Lewis Labs Dietary Supplement - Natural Soya Lecithin Granules", so is this stuff avoid, neutral, or bene for Bs?
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It is ok for you to have, just non GMO would be best, and check ingredients, too.


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Drive55, that's the same brand I use.  I never did find lecithin granules made from egg.  I guess it's not an ideal world after all.
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Quoted from Russ
Right, so when I type 'lecithin' into http://www.dadamo.com/csv/database.html and it comes back with 'Soy Granules (Lecithin) - AVOID for type B' this is different to the 100% Pure Lecithin granules derived from soy beans I use in the cocktail. So all is OK.

That is a really old version of Typebase. Don't use it.

Only use Typebase version 4, Typebase4.



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Lecithin is not given a specific value in LR4YT.  It is Neutral for all types.  For type Bs, egg lecithin is slightly preferred over soy lecithin, but either is OK.


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Think of it as lecithin, which can be derived from soy or eggs.

In the manufacturing process all, or nearly all, of the soy antigenicity is removed.


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can someone please post the full recipe for me? Also, do others feel good on the B cocktail? does it give more energy?
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from Heidi's blog: (also in ER4YT page 167)

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You make it at home: 6-8 ounces of fruit juice, one tablespoon lecithin granules, one tablespoon flax oil. shakeyshake it up. It's marvelous, and we other blood types secretly use it as well!


Why not give it a trial?

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