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Re: Type A trying to Zone protocol

Posted By: Peter D'Adamo
Date: February 14, 1997 at 16:43:32

In Response To: Re: Type A trying to Zone protocol (Daniel Erway)

1. Shame on you!
2. Type A's can use fish or what not in larger amounts as per Dr. Sear's recommendations with regard to activity levels, but not to the degree that a type O or B should.
3.With regard to type A's shifting towards carbs with regard to their ratios, I believe (but don't quote me as my source is second hand) Dr. Sears is now is saying this.
4. Its possible, but I don't advocate a total zone approach if you are type A or AB. It can be done, but it will serve no real purpose, other than perhaps the short term sense of well-being that would result from the higher protein levels. And the avoidance of simple sugars are starches. The price to be paid down the line is kidney, liver, and cardiovascular trouble. To give you an idea of what we are talking about, some type A's require hydrochloric acid and enzyme suplementation just to do the type A diet!

Always a pleasure,

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