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Posted By: JimB(A+)
Date: Saturday, 30 December 2000, at 9:52 a.m.

In Response To: well, in digestive process, (^heidi^ O - secretor or nonsecretor?)

Dr D said it was enzymes in soy (particularlly fermented soy) that clipped the antigenic sugar from the B blood cell. This would not be taking place in the gut--no blood there. So do these enzymes preferentially pass into the blood for Secretors, and not for non-Secretors? Maybe they hitch a ride on something they cut off the secretions?

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