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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 8




how foods get on the "avoid" list

Posted By: Robert Saltzman (B+)
Date: Sunday, 31 January 1999, at 9:30 a.m.

In his book, Dr. D'Adamo said that tofu was "benign" for type B's> Nevertheless, tofu is on the "avoid" list for B's. I had always thought that a food on the "avoid" list was one that had negative effects on the body (blood cell clumping, hormone supression, mucus production, etc.). Steve Shapiro said as much in his listing of the criteria for "avoid." I would like to understand this since I have always liked eating tofu, and have felt that it was a healthy and valuable food for me. I hope someone can provide more information about this. Perhaps Dr. D'Adamo would like to comment, and perhaps explain further how a food gets to be an "avoid," since it seems that Steve's list is incorrect, or at least incomplete. Thank you.


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