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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 8

eggs - type A

Posted By: Beverly nadler
Date: Sunday, 31 January 1999, at 7:39 p.m.

I want to thank everyone who has responded to my messages. I greatly appreciate it.

Thanks to everyone who is so kindly answering my questions. Here is another. Why were eggs taken off the A list? They were okay in the book, but not on Steve's site. In fact on one page it says, egg whites okay, but on another it just says "avoid eggs and egg yolks". It also says "chicken". Does that mean we can eat other kinds of eggs? I realize they exist, but where would we buy them (actually I don't care as I wouldn't eat any other kind of eggs).

Eggs were a major food for me (so were tomatoes and tomatoe sauce, flounder and sole;)So many foods in restaurants, at people's houses, etc. use eggs. I would love to know the reason. If it is chloresterol, mine is low with hight HDLs (besides to my knowledge, eggs don't cause high choloresterol.) I may have asked this question before, but I'm not sure, and it is one of my major considerations. Thank you for your help.

Please do not respond between Feb 4-12 as I will be away. I have "e-mail phobia" and am concerned about coming back to hundreds of messages, all of which should be read, and many of which require answers. Thanks.

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