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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 18




Two-fold aspect

Posted By: Peter D'Adamo
Date: Sunday, 9 December 2001, at 2:39 p.m.

In Response To: Maybe someone could translate (Justin O-Non)

Basically, the use of a more carbohydrate-based diet lowered cortisol (which is good gor type A's since they tend, when under stress, to have high cortisol levels). This also apparently increased testosterone levels as well, since the level of the protein used to bind and transport testosterone (most hormones circulate bound to other molecules in the blood until they reach a target area, then they disassociate) increased in the high-carbohydrate group. The difference in the level of testosterone was not as statistically significant as in the levels of binding globulin, which probably indicate the effect was mostly on the production of the latter.

Unfortunately, no data was offered as to blood type or other genetic markers.


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