The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 14
Re: Soy Products . . .
Posted By: Manya (A-)
In Response To: Can soy raise estrogen levels? Is this always a good thing? (Pam (A-))
Your concerns about soy products are understandable..but don't let them your cloud your vision of what's right for you. Trust your 'gut' instincts. Take a closer look at some recommendations from the ER4YT book:
1) It is critical that As get their foods in as natural a state as possible: natural, pure and organic. Pg. 97.
Read the entire page closely; provides hope for addressing the Type A 'risk factors'... Dr. D'Adamo states: "... they need not be your destiny."
2) Type As need a wide VARIETY of healthy, low-fat foods and balancing vegetables and grains. Pg. 98.
3) Portion of Soy Products (dependent on your ancestry) is 6-8 ounces, 4-7x per WEEK. Pg. 111.
4) Highly Beneficial is a food that acts like a Medicine. Pg. 36.
Please keep questioning and posting...you WILL find what is right for YOUR type.
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Pat (A+) -- Monday, 17 July 2000, at 4:43 a.m.
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