The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 14
Re: Write Up on ER4YT
Posted By: Christine (A)
In Response To: Re: Write Up on ER4YT (Michele (O+))
I read the article, and agree, it misses the point by miles.As usual, the only thing that is looked at in such a book is the weight-loss question, which must be unimportant to a large number of the people following the diet.
What attracted me to the diet was the FACT that the ABO health profiles fit my family to a T. My mother is hale and hearty at 84, has no serious health problems, does an hour on the stair master nearly every day and is, of course, an O. My father, who ate lots of meat, smoked, died of heart failure at the age of 61, was an A.
I resemble my mother in many ways and assumed I had inherited her longevity genes. ER was a wake-up call for me. Although I have been vegetarian for years, I depended too much on grains, mostly pasta, and sugar to keep going. I also rationalized a heavy use of butter and cream (" as long as I'm not eating meat..."). Although I just began 5 months ago, I'm seeing positive results in my digestion and energy levels.
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Ellen (A+) -- Thursday, 27 July 2000, at 10:51 a.m.
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