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Re: Some questions about the blood types

Posted By: Peter D'Adamo
Date: February 07, 1997 at 08:03:33

In Response To: Some questions about the blood types (Daniel Erway)

Dear Dan,
I tell my patients that 80% compliance (which I define as "if you eat 10 foods, have 8 of them agree with the diet") seems to do just fine.

Immune responses to lectins can occur, especially in young children with immature gut linings, or people who have just come off a bout of stomach flu or gastroenteritis. Most often, the typical reaction to lectins is the degranulation of mast cells, with the relase of histamines and other inflamatory compounds.

Pan hemaglutinins are weakest with regard to type O, as they have the least amount of blood type-antigen expression. Remember, they only have the H antigen, which is really only the stump the other blood types are built upon. By this same token, the hard-luck AB's will be most impacted by pan-agglutinins as they have twice as much antigen expression than either A or B, and much more than O.


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