The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 8
Posted By: Steve Shapiro
In Response To: Type A and truly feeling awful ... discouraged (Renee, II)
1) Are you keeping a food/symptom log? You may have allergies and reactivity to foods that you are unaware of. A food/symptom log is a good way to find them.
2) Have you double checked your blood type? This is especially important for A's, as there are several subtypes of A. The Meridian Labs and Tom Kruzel tests can tell you if you are an A subtype (A2, for example, needs a higher protein intake than the popular A1's)
3) Have you tried type A recommended exercises?
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Renee, II -- Friday, 22 January 1999, at 5:55 p.m.
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