The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 1
Re: Candida and gluten in type O.
Posted By: Peter D'Adamo
In Response To: Candida and gluten in type O. (David Simon)
Gluten sensitivities are indeed much more common in type O, and with regard to Candidasis, I've found that while type A's have a more classic type "over-infestation of Candida when out of balance, type O's tend to develop more of a "hypersensitivity" or allergy to Candida when their gut is unbalanced.
This type O "over-sensitivity" to Candida is often accompanied by liver dysfunction, typically the detox pathways, and can manifest as Multiple Chemical Sensitivities, thyroid imbalance, CFS or hypoglycemia.
Hope this helps,
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David Simon -- Sunday, 23 February 1997, at 7:22 a.m.
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