The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 15
convulsions, vomiting, projectile diarrhea
Posted By: Bob L (O-)
In Response To: o's reaction to eating dairy! (BODYBUILDING ROB)
Actually, I have never experienced reactions that extreme from eating dairy. In fact, as a teenager, I would regularly consume several quarts of milk a day with no ill effects that I was aware of. Of course, there was little I was aware of at that time except surfing, intoxicants and female backsides. In fact, I could engage in many activities, reputed to be harmful, with impunity. Such is the resilience of youth. If I were to try to do the same things now, I would be dead or hospitalized.
I have been on the O diet pretty strickly for the past 3 1/2 years or so. But recently, I foolishly decided that a chunk of cheddar cheese the kids had left lying around needed to be eaten. Since I was the only one present at the time, I was the one who did the eating. I had been feeling a little "off" like I was coming down with a cold or something, but I was holding my own against it rather nicely. But as soon as I finished that stupid cheese, I got a tickling sensation in the bronchial area followed by a cough.What ensued was several weeks of on again, off again flu-like symptoms that were very hard to get rid of.
So, the moral of the story is: Don't eat an avoid food that may compromise your immune system at the wrong time.
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BODYBUILDING ROB -- Friday, 15 December 2000, at 2:55 p.m.
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