The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 10
Posted By: Shirley Stonehouse
In Response To: Help (Daylene Lewis)
I've known my blood type for years (Type A+) - the hospital automatically did it years ago when I had my first baby. Now, you can have a simple blood test (usually ordered by your Dr.) or he/she may already have it noted in your file.
Your best bet would be to buy the book because it's great to be able to refer back it to from time to time. I also bought the Cook Right 4 Your Type and that is my bible. It's chock full of great recipes and underscores a lot of information in the first book.
Don't just read the section regarding your own blood type ... it's really interesting to know the corelation/differences of all types. There's a great section on eating right in regards to diseases/conditions - great to know what we can do to rid ourselves or avoid them althogether.
Good Luck and you'll be so glad you made the investment.
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Daylene Lewis -- Thursday, 29 July 1999, at 12:02 p.m.
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