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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 8




Re: O with a beef allergy

Posted By: Lois
Date: Monday, 25 January 1999, at 8:04 a.m.

In Response To: O with a beef allergy (Joan Dermody)

Hi Joan.

I have a beef allergy. The only beef I ate after 13 years of vegetarianism was locally grown, free range, organic and of the highest quality. (I got it directly from the farm, so I was able to tour the operation.) But I eventually felt lousey after I'd eat it. Then I found out I had a mild IgE allergy to it. Bummer! - 'cause the stuff was gooooood. Anyway, I started mail-ordering free-range buffalo - tastes the same only leaner. (Although it's supposed to be fairly hypo-allergenic, I seem to be intolerant or allergic to that as well, but then I have really bad leaky gut to heal.) I can give you the names of the mail-order places if you're interested (one in the east - reasonably priced, and one in the west - expensive).

I personally seem to best on lamb as my red meat. I try to come by venison whenever possible - I've mail ordered ranch-raised that's pretty good but expensive.

Try not to be discouraged. I little (alot, sometimes) persistance pays off!

Lois


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