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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 14

Deflect adaptation

Posted By: Peter D'Adamo
Date: Wednesday, 24 May 2000, at 7:25 a.m.

In Response To: deflect.... (Suzanne)

Hi Suzanne,

There are a few circumstances where the early actions of DEFLECT may make one a bit uncomfortable. First is a slight flu-like set of symptoms which can be the result of the product patching up the excessively permiable intestinal membranes. This can also create a bit of GI upset, such as temporary bloating, as the GI flora begins to reassert itself.

The second set are symptoms of mild hypoglycemia which can result from the actions of DEFLECT on fat cell metabolism.

Both of these symptoms gradually get better as the gut and metabolism begin to recharge, and until then use DEFLECT in less than advised doses (1-2 a day)

Interestingly, most people with reactions to lectin blockers are the same people who need them the most.

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