The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 13
Re: Reintroducing wheat and Spelt Flour
Posted By: Edith L. (O+)
In Response To: Reintroducing wheat--strong reaction?? (Natalie O+)
From what I understand, once you stop eating a food that was aggravating to your system, your body starts to repair itself and grow new cells. The new cells are much more senstive to the offending food than the old, damaged cells. Therefore, the reaction to the offending food is much more severe.
As a result of ER4T, we discovered our daughter is very sensitive to wheat. Since spelt flour was on the list of things we could eat a few times per month we decided to give it a try. Our daughter even reacted to the spelt flour. It is a type a wheat, afterall. You may not be able to handle spelt either. Our daughter does seem to handle the Ezekiel bread without any trouble. In our case, sprouted wheat is okay.
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Natalie O+ -- Wednesday, 26 January 2000, at 12:10 p.m.
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