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Has Dr. D'Adamo elaborated on this sub group of secreting nonnies?
you might be referring to the LDN
have a Lewis antigen serotyping test done and find out
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Sour and Bitter are actually two very separate categories.
Vinegar is sour. Lime juice is sour. Tamarind and some berries are sour. Some cheeses and yogurt, too. Sour cream, tomatoes, fermented foods, are considered Sour. Endive is bitter. Dandelion greens, arugula and Kale are bitter. Rhubarb. Coffee. Turmeric, too.
In Ayurveda, these are very distinct: Sour is good, and bitter is bad for Vata. Sour is bad for Pitta and Kapha, but bitter is good for both.
Also note: Currently, the results are running exactly even, for 50.00% having a special love of sour and bitter tastes, and 50.00% not, with 108 votes in. So, there would seem to be no correlation.
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