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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 13




Re: Beef Lectins?

Posted By: Cindy Leonard-Krinsky (B+)
Date: Monday, 6 March 2000, at 11:20 a.m.

In Response To: Re: Beleive the book please (Sam Isaiah)

I don't remember if the problem with beef for A's is a lectin. I thought it had more to do with digestion problems including a lack of the cholesterol-splitting enzyme in A's.

However, I do know that chicken has a lectin which is bad for B's. In one of Dr. D'Adamo's FAQs, he says that the chicken lectin ends up in chicken broth, thus making chicken broth an avoid for B's also.

So, if one of the culprits in beef is indeed a lectin, then beef broth (soup) would also be an avoid. Even if the problem is only digestion=related, I think the broth or soup of beef would still be an avoid. Better safe, than sorry.

Cindy


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