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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 9




Re: Type A-ity and Soy

Posted By: Bob Lewis
Date: Wednesday, 24 February 1999, at 8:57 a.m.

In Response To: Type A-ity and Soy (Peter D'Adamo)

Dear Peter, In the above message, you discuss soy foods in reference to A's but include a footnote for B's like myself. When you say B's should not eat too much soy, how much is too much? For example, I eat a couple of teaspooons of lecithin on my cereal in the morning and cook three teaspoons of defatted soy grits with my oat meal. Is there any general statement that could be made concerning the quantity in such terms as fractions of a cup, ounces, or teaspoons? Appreciate any suggestions you might have along these lines.

Best wishes, Bob Lewis


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