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Old article that seemed pertenant to some current discussion

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/printerfriendlynews.php?newsid=78478


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very helpful, thanks!


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I know this is the basis of the diet, but I'm still kind of confused...Those who follow Paleo consume no legumes because of the high lectin content.  In BTD, some legumes are beneficial for a given blood type; is this because the lectins in those specific legumes just do not cause agglutination in that blood type?  Do those legumes still need to be soaked/sprouted/well-cooked?


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Legumes still need to be properly cooked if people are going to be able to digest them correctly.




A specific Lectin binds one or more specific sugars.

Different blood type expose different sugars on the surface of cells.

A lectin would only agglutinate blood cells that express the sugars that they bind to.


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I enjoy sprouting those before even cooking them


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Legumes still need to be properly cooked if people are going to be able to digest them correctly.




A specific Lectin binds one or more specific sugars.

Different blood type expose different sugars on the surface of cells.

A lectin would only agglutinate blood cells that express the sugars that they bind to.


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