The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 15
Posted By: Jeremy O-
In Response To: vegetarian and type O (gaby)
I am an O-vegetarian and doing fairly well, still a lot to learn about myself and how I effect my own health. I follow Dr D's recommendations except the meat for most meals. My health hasn't ever been tremendous though I've never had any cronic illneses. When I ate meat it was the same, though I also ate avoids then. I am slowly making progress to understand my body better with streching and accupressure and try to be aware of how I affect my health with my thoughts. I do appreciate Dr D's dietary recommendations but we have to do what we have to do to satisfy who we want to become. Mine is a spiritual consideration, not that God can't take care of the animals souls but that from a eastern perspective they carry an aggitated energy that affects the subtle nerves, making it harder to silence the mind and listen to what God has to say. It's not crutial in that sense offcourse to be vegetarian as Jesus and others ate meat just an extra dollar towards the goal. Good luck and do check the archives their are a few pointer but mostly you will just have to experiment.
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gaby -- Saturday, 30 September 2000, at 1:13 a.m.
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