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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 12

Re: Exactamundo!

Posted By: Edna O+
Date: Tuesday, 26 October 1999, at 12:09 p.m.

In Response To: The Type A Diet Equals What It Equals (Peter D'Adamo)

I just read a criticism of ER yesterday in which the criticizer had obviously not read ER. She said one should reject ER because it is a diet that eliminates whole classes of food. That is soooooooooooooooo NOT true! People tend to think the O diet is High protein/low carb, but that is way too simplistic. There are plenty of foods available on all the ER diets from all types of foods. Type O's can have plenty of carbohydrates, although, yes, the Type O diet should ideally be fairly low in carbohydrates. But we can certainly have them, and some are HB!!! We can have sweet potatos, for example. The Type A diet is thought of as low protein/high carb, but again....this is missing the boat!!!! A's can have salmon, tofu, peanut butter and other concentrated protein sources! This diet is about eating a wide variety of foods that support the body and avoiding the specific foods that react badly, in whatever way(s), with a person's body, given their ABO type. Paging the World: Please pick up the clue phone.

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