The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 18
thanks for your reply...
Posted By: cloud
In Response To: Calcium absorption, flax/cod liver oil (joachim, AB-)
I will try the oils. I've heard the Carlson's lemon is best for the cod liver. How do you usually consume your cod liver oil?
The info on produce seasons is interesting. I see the tougher, cruciferous type greens and spinach are the ones for fall/winter... then is Romaine, leafy lettuce, more tender things best for spring/summer? Below you mentioned the challenge of growing organic strawberries... are most other berries better in that regard?
I realize that the phyates in nuts/legumes are broken down in soaking/sprouting. I believe that the almonds in particular are also high in oxalic acid. Perhaps it is wishful thinking to hope that I could somehow reduce it in almonds.
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Sue - 0 -- Thursday, 3 January 2002, at 2:53 p.m.
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