Quoted Text1. Read every scientific article on ABO blood groups published since 1900.
Pay special attention to studies which describe physiological
and genetic relationships. This of implies that you must have the requisite
training in immunology, hematology, biochemisty, genetics and pathophysiology.
2. Understand the cellular dynamics of ABO sufficient to develop appropriate
Understand the molecular biology and elemental cytology behind ABH secretion,
gut glycosylation and membrane dynamics. Understand the mechanics of cell
membrane manipulation techniques, such as basic cell washing techniques, DTT
de-antigenation and membrane electrical zeta potential. Understand and
execute capably various direct and indirect antiglobulin techniques (Coombs
testing). Possess basic cytology/histology apparatus (incubators, cell
culture materials) to propagate organ-specific cell lines.
3. Capably and reliably execute various ABO related serological techniques.
Understand and perform capably saline titration of anti A, anti-B and anti-AB
IgM antibodies with serum titer determination. Comprehend and perform
capably anti-A and anti-B IgG1-4 block (ala Kabat and Weiner) titration.
4. Develop proper extraction technique for lectins and other biologically
active food constituents.
Have access to an research grade electrophoresis device and understand
capably the techniques of gel immunoelectrophoresis and immuno-diffusion.
Possess a full range of cell growth adjuvants that allow in vitro lectins to
behave as in biological conditions. Perform and understand various techniques
of lymphocyte blastogenesis and mitogen studies. Undertand lectin
specificities and competitive inhibition techniques involving blocking sugars.
Quoted from How are foods determined to be in the beneficial category?
The food does not agglutinate that blood type.
- The food does not raise the Urinary Indican (bowel toxicity) in that blood type.
- The food protects against some disease with a known preference for that blood type, and does not show any negative aspects.
- The immunological design of the digestive tract seems to indicate a distinct ability to metabolize the food well, perhaps as a result of anthropology or other variations.
- The food contains an enzyme known to react positively with the antigen of that blood type.
- The food does not stimulate an opposing blood group antibody reaction.
Quoted Text....he recognized that each of the 4 blood types thrived on certain foods and physical activities. In 1980, James D'Adamo published his observations on diet and exercise patterns for each blood type in a book called One Man's Food.
Two years later, James' son Peter, then a senior in Bastyr's Naturopathic program, began to substantiate his father's theory with objective research.
Quoted from meh206How was he able to heal his patients but now these foods are avoids???
I know there is ongoing research but this really seems strange to me.