The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 8
Posted By: sc(O)
In Response To: breastfeeding (Ed Cordeiro)
Youall are so hot, here! Ed, thanks for asking such a great question! I'm 46, and was breastfed, putting me in a small minority for 1952; I'm an O, and I can't be sure, but I believe my mother may be an O also. (I go back home for a visit in a week or so, and will try again to dig some information out of my perplexing clan.) I have often speculated that the reason I have a nearly cast-iron stomach is that I was breastfed. As a child, I was fed the usual daily doses of milk and sugar and wheat, usually first thing in the morning, so I did suffer from ear/throat/lung miseries during those years. But, really, I didn't even know what an upset stomach was until I got old enough for migraines, and later, pregnancy. On the heart question, mine goes out to you. Your questions make me think of the Serenity Prayer, about what one can change and what one can't: You can't change your heredity, whatever it may be; but you can change your diet and exercise outlay. Maybe your father was an O, maybe not; but you definitely are, and have some clues, some guidance how to proceed from that.
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Ed Cordeiro -- Sunday, 24 January 1999, at 2:53 p.m.
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