Clarifications and Errata

Some of the herbs listed as cooking herbs in Eat Right 4 Your Type conflict with the herbs used as medicine in ther Protocols.

Several people wondered why certain herbs or spices used in cooking which were listed as "avoid" for their types in Eat Right found their way into therapeutic recommendations in the Encyclopedia. Consider these new values -- fenugreek for Bs, for example -- as updates. New techniques, new discoveries and wider research have resulted in the several changes and additions in foods and herbs found in the later books.

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