The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 12
Blood Type Diet and Psoriasis
Posted By: Peter D'Adamo
In Response To: Psoriasis (Karl Webber)
The blood type diet is singularly effective in curing psoriasis. It is well-known that psoriasis is aggravated/caused by excessive levels of proteins called 'polyamines.' Polyamines result form the action of the gut bacteria, or are made in the liver, where they are used as growth stimulants, especially in young children. Polyamines also make cancer cells grow as well. It is well known that dietary lectins stimulate the production of polyamines (though some actually can lower them).
ER4YT= low lectin=low polyamine= low level of cell growth in psoriasis.
There is an extensive discussion of polyamines in the next book.
PS, also a very good thing in a recovering cancer patient.
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Karl Webber -- Wednesday, 1 December 1999, at 1:21 a.m.
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