The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 15
tiers of JOY!
Posted By: JimB(A+)
In Response To: I don't think so Edna (steve k (O))
How to treat the food lists when practicing at a T2 (lose weight, treat disease) level of compliance has not been a source of controversy.
How to treat the T2 food list when practicing at a T1 level of compliance is the bone of contention.
Problems start with the fact that the book nowhere says that T1 level compliance allows you to eat food on the T2 list. It says that T1 level compliance allows you to eat from the T1 list and the Neutrals list. This is clearly an oversight and should be corrected in the next printing.
The next controversy stems from the fact that Dr. D'Adamo's posts to this board appear to be saying that persons practicing T1 level compliance with the diet can treat ALL foods on the T2 list as neutrals. Some people on this board say that can't bo so: an avoid must always be an avoid.
Personally, I think that Dr D is saying that for persons practicing at the T1 compliance level, T2 avoids can be treated as Neutrals. Or perhaps a better way of saying this is:
Persons practicing the diet at the T1 level of compliance may treat the T2 list any way they wish.
In other words, T1-compliant people can use the T2 list any way they think will benefit and serve them. If eating avoids on the T2 list makes their life happier and/or allows them to socialize better, then they can do it. If avoiding some avoids on the T2 list makes them feel better, the list guides them how to squeeze more health benefit out of their diet.
When you get this, it brings tears of Joy!
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Peter D'Adamo -- Tuesday, 26 December 2000, at 7:07 p.m.
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