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I think I need to figure out why this happens. I remember eating more meat and this happened as well.

Maybe it is a result of working out too hard and not eating enough protein and now it is catching up with me??

Doesn't make sense, because when I am not eating meat, I am lighter and then the issues on my foot do not happen.

If you are a non secretor you have maybe only producing 20 percent of the stuff needed to break down meat,alkaline phosphatase
you may need to eat.

• Non-secretors of all blood types have lower levels of intestinal alkaline phosphatase activity than secretors. It has been estimated that the serum alkaline phosphatase activity of non-secretors is only about 20 percent of that of secretors. As a result, non-secretors have more difficulty splitting dietary cholesterol and fats and should eat less animal protein than secretors.

Whitney, Catherine; D'Adamo, Dr. Peter J. (2005-09-06). Cardiovascular Disease: Fight it with the Blood Type Diet: Fight it with the Blood Type Diet (Eat Right 4 (for) Your Type Health Library) (Kindle Locations 431-434). Penguin Group. Kindle Edition.


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