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Why is sweet potato ok for nonnies?  It is an avoid for secretors.
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The way I see it, an A nonnie and an A secretor are different biochemically. It's similar to how  people of different blood types are different biochemically, but the differences with secretor status are more subtle.

I don't know the exact reason for the change with sweet potatoes and As. It might be that there's a lectin or anti-nutrient in sweet potatoes that's less reactive in the non-secretor body. It might be that there's some other nutrient in sweet potatoes that nonnies REALLY need, and secretors don't need so much. It could be a combination of both those factors, so the risk/benefit ratio of sweet potatoes works out differently for A secretors and A nonnies.

I don't know enough of the technical details to know WHICH specific nutrients or anti-nutrients are a factor with sweet potatoes for As. But I do understand the general theory of how the food ratings are obtained.


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Quoted from StefanPetur
Why is sweet potato ok for nonnies?  It is an avoid for secretors.

This is one of many differences between ratings for secretors and non-secretors,
demonstrated within the guidelines for each of the four blood types.
Not unique to As, not unique to sweet potatoes.



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