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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 1




protein diet

Posted By: sally h
Date: February 16, 1997 at 03:10:58

Dear Dr.D'Adamo:
I enjoyed your talk very much on Laura Lee's show and have received your book. I am an O & I don't eat meat, but do eat fish and poultry. I much prefer brown rice/potatoes/pasta/dairy/yogart/cheese/ww bread over animal protein, with salads/veggies and fruits. I notice that 20% of the time, one can eat the other foods. I find it very discouraging to have to eat fish/poultry 80% of the time. I'd prefer it 50% of the time or less.Welcome to the club heh, O's. I do struggle with 20 pounds more or less.
What do O's do that prefer a non meat diet and have for many years? The thought of living on fish, pumpkin seeds and walnuts for protein without cheese/yogart is very unappealing. I had some extensive tests some years ago and learned I was not allergic to corn. I presume this is not the case since I am an O. I guess I'm in denial
Thank you for your research and this wonderful website that offers all of us an opportuty to ask questions.




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