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Re: Type O: The Irish and the Potato

Posted By: Mary O'Connell
Date: February 28, 1997 at 08:33:11

In Response To: Re: Type O: The Irish and the Potato (Peter D'Adamo)

One of the most interesting aspects of your diet
was that most of the foods you have on the
avoid list were foods I don't like, and can easily
avoid. The foods that are on the good list are my
favorite foods so if they are available, are easy
for me to eat. This tells me something of the wisdom
of the body, if we pay attention to it. There are
a few excetions to this. The potato being one, and
another being the orange. When I was pregnent with
my daughter, I craved oranges and ate a hugh case
of them. That was my body telling me something. What
is the reason oranges and potatos are not good for O types?
Is it because of the lectins or is it something else?



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