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Ronagon
Tuesday, October 9, 2007, 11:02am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Here's an interesting article I found, on an enzyme which might be able to change a person's blood type:

http://www.cosmosmagazine.com/node/1143
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Many side chain glycosyl (sialyl) transferases can 'de-antigenate' carbohydrate antigens off of cells, including the ABO ones.

This is partially the reason that coffee, snails  and soy are good for folks with an A antigen.



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Ronagon
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I didn't know that.  Wild.  Thanks.
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The first time I ever ate snails was about 38yrs ago at a french restaurant.  They said they were escarot, and I had never heard of them.
While  the rest of the people at our table were turning up their noses at them, I asked for more.  What a hoot to find out they were good for me!
Now I buy them and fix them at home...much, much less expensive.
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This is wild Ron!!! If it works as they think it will, well then wow!!!! Thanks for posting. I have several people to whom I will pass this along. They will be very interested in reading.  



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The first time I ever ate snails was about 38yrs ago at a french restaurant. Now I buy them and fix them at home...much, much less expensive.
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May I ask the name brand?
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janiceg...I buy whatever is on the shelf, since there is not but one kind.  Sorry that I do not have any right now and am unable to tell you the brand.  I live in a very small town and have to go 30 miles to a university town which caters to their foreign students.
I fix it in oven with ghee and fresh garlic...yum!
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That first enzyme sounded very frightening.  As tempting as it may sound, I can't say I would want to change my blood type or anything else for that matter so that I could receive a different type of blood.   It sounds like another way to cut the cost of doing it the right way.


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Quoted from ruthie
The first time I ever ate snails was about 38yrs ago at a french restaurant.  They said they were escarot, and I had never heard of them.
While  the rest of the people at our table were turning up their noses at them, I asked for more.  What a hoot to find out they were good for me!
Now I buy them and fix them at home...much, much less expensive.
namaste
ruthie

In Australia if I have ever seen or heard of them they are are in tins, and very expensive. But there are plenty in the garden.lol.Anyone growing their own?
Jenny




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In Australia if I have ever seen or heard of them they are are in tins, and very expensive. But there are plenty in the garden.lol.Anyone growing their own?
Jenny



The snails in your garden are a different variety of snail. My fuzzy memory has something about feeding snails cornmeal for a certain period of time to make them okay for eating. An internet search would probably yeild some fascinating details. All I remember is that my conclusion was it was better to buy the snails at the market.  
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