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Blood Type and Digestion 101: Enzymes

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Each Blood Type has unique levels of important intestinal enzymes.

No single diet theory can address all aspects of our individuality, and only a fool would claim that soy, red meat, grains, coconut oil or anything else is universally good or universally bad for everyone.


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Great article. Makes me look forward even more to my lamb steak and roasted diamond veg for dinner later. IAP-tastic!


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It makes it confusing how A and AB are to be healthy if it helps calcium. In studies with rats it heals unhealthy rats. Maybe this is why Type A heal SLOW by comparrison.
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I'm merely a magnesium type and use also enzymes as catalysts to boost my health against attachings of the wrong stuffs at any of my cells     ... as once mentioned... Vitamenzymes are even better then Wobenzyme coz of the coating ...
it's an allrounder for fluids, against all kinds of inflammations and even a digestive aid... so far a multitalent ... I feel fine with this stuff...
it seems also to prevent and help against so called*attachements* in the gut... what do I want..search more


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