The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 8
The vitamin issue.
Posted By: Rosie
(regarding A's but the concern is for all)
This diet is very very low in vit A. Now, I know this is on our avoid list, BUT
~>~>Does this mean we should try to get our RDA % and anything above and beyond is neutral or avoid? ~>Or does this mean we should avoid or neutralize them all together?<~<~
This second option does not sound very wise to me. I'd like to hear from anyone who has looked into this further.
AND although Vit C is listed as a neutral, I still take my 5 Tums a day (even though my gut won't need them anymore!!!!) which is a sufficient calcium supplement, and for those of us that do live in the more sicky suseptible regions, Vit C IS important..... the book says that C is an important antioxidant, and suggests eating C rich fruits such as grapefruit (yecht) or
Frankly, we know what IS and IS NOT good for us, and I think we should continue to follow those rules strictly, while using the ER4YT 'rules' as our guide.
Your views and concerns would be appreciated.
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Judy -- Tuesday, 2 February 1999, at 4:55 a.m.
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