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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 8

Re: I'm a pregnant O+!

Posted By: Sandra Proctor
Date: Tuesday, 19 January 1999, at 11:18 a.m.

I too am an O+ and my husband is an A+. We have two children, both of whom are A+. I tried to follow the ER4YT diet with my second child (information was not available during my first pregnancy). Personally, I found it very hard to follow the diet while pregnant, although I had great results prior to that point. I too was not sure whether to eat like an O for me or like an A for them, since my children would most likely NOT be O's. I had to just eat what I could keep down; unfortunatly for me that included mainly carbohydrates. I couldn't stand the look or smell of meat during the first two trimesters. Maybe you'll have a different experience. In any case, my sons were both born healthy. My second son did have a touch of jandice after birth due to our blood incompatibilities--no small wonder there! Remember, every pregancy is different just like each one of us is different. Good luck and don't worry. Nature has a way to work things out for the best.

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