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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 1
Re: Young children and blood type diet
Posted By: Peter D'Adamo
Date: April 07, 1997 at 10:38:23
In Response To: Young children and blood type diet (Dr. Peter Stasch)
Yes antigen expression is present at birth, so following the diet is a good way to get children of on the right path.
As far as positive negative influences, there are several older posts dealing with the criteria for selection, but many times a food especially emphasized for a type is one simply thougght of conventionally as a deterrent to the chronic disease succeptibilities that type is prone to. Other times it represents foods which analysis, through anthropology or secretion profiles, has indicated that a particular type is "well engineered for". There are actually a host of particular reasons why a food could be "recommended" ( these range from very arcane enzymes which do good things in that type, to having the effect of lowering bowel toxicity or enhancing the development of positive strains of colon bacteria), but those are the main ones.
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Dr. Peter Stasch -- Friday, 27 March 1998, at 9:47 a.m.