Quoted from TLS1967I will be eating out on occasion and sometimes I'm going to want a sandwich (I like them). If my only option is something like Subway - what kind of sandwich is ok to eat and what kind of bread?
Quoted TextEPO is not the oils, but rather the source, Oenothera biennis. Primrose can be a potent allergen for type O.
Quoted from TLS1967I had asked about why O's shouldn't take Evening Primrose Oil - this was recommended for me to take by a nutritionist. I ran out so I've been taking Black Current Seed (I think), is that ok? I want to make sure I'm getting essential oils in my diet if I don't eat enough fish.
Quoted from TLS1967Does knowing I'm O+ (positive) determine if I'm a non-secretor/secretor?
Quoted from TLS1967I've just received the Type O Food, Beverage & Supplement pocket-size book (waiting for the others books to arrive) and noticed that it was published in 2002. How much has the list changed from then to now?
Plus, this book doesn't really mention anything about the difference between non-sec/sec, which kind of suprises me since everyone is telling me how important it is to know this. As I said, I'm still waiting to receive the comprehensive ER4YT book.
Quoted from Ask Doctor D'Adamo - More Book Differences
http://www.dadamo.com/bloggers/ask/archives/00000183.htm1. First book (Eat Right 4 Your Type) was a basic synthesis of the concept. It had to make some judgements regarding homogenizing information if it was secretor status specific. If a food was deemed a more serious avoid for a non secretor than it might be as a neutral or beneficial for a secretor, then the non-secretor value was used.
2. Second Book (Live Right 4 Your Type) had secretor status differences.
and a very small number of food value changes, reflecting the advances in basic scientific knowledge.
3. The 'little books' (Food and Beverage Guides) Are a mass market book, very simplified, with largely just secretor guidelines and with a few of the altered values included.
Quoted from TLS1967It's too bad the website didn't have a program that you could type in your info and it would spit out the most current food/drink list. I recall someone saying it's "legal issue" (I think), but maybe even charge a small fee to get this info. Yes, I know the Index is there to look it up, but that's kind of a pain to have to keep checking it. I found another string where someone had created their own PDF version, which I printed, but some of it contradicts what's in my book.