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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 8




Re: organic meats

Posted By: Liz DeCleene
Date: Wednesday, 20 January 1999, at 6:33 p.m.

In Response To: organic meats (jenny)

Free range meet has a differnet nutritional profile then meet feed lotted and fed corn. There have been some interesting studies from Europe showing an increased essential fatty acid balance in free range beef. This in itself may be of value in weight loss. Further feed lotted beef is all fed corn and other grains. It is a knowen fact that people very sensitive to corn can not eat this corn fed meat. It would make sense that a lack of corn in the beef would benefit an O blood type too. We are lucky becuase there are a few places in Colorado where we can buy Lasater Grass Fed Beef. I don't know wheere you live of if you truely have any available. Even most of the beef sold in natural foods sotres are feed lotted to 2 to 3 months and fattened on corn and who knows what else.


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  • organic meats
    jenny -- Wednesday, 20 January 1999, at 6:33 p.m.
    • Re: organic meats
      Liz DeCleene -- Wednesday, 20 January 1999, at 7:17 p.m.
    • Yes! No Message Inside
      Karla -- Wednesday, 20 January 1999, at 3:11 p.m.

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