The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 1
Posted By: S. Cormack
My local herbalist has several premixed herb teas optimized for various ailments. In stark contrast to your recommendations, hers are fairly "one size fits all." I have been drinking her concoction for arthritis/psoriasis/blood cleansing, which consists of nettles, oregon grape, burdock, dandelion, and..something else I forget. I noticed burdock is on your 'hit list' for Type O's as is yellow dock, which she also recommends. Should I just forgo the concoctions and stick with your single-herb recommendations?
PS - ever do a cost calculation for the Type O diet? EVERYTHING is more expensive - free-range meats; alternate grains like quinoa, kamut, and spelt; Ezekiel bread, etc. I think the greatest challenge for Type O's is not selection but cost, and also food availability - wheat and dairy are always cheap and close by, everything else is in the health food store 20 miles away!
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Peter D'Adamo -- Monday, 3 March 1997, at 7:59 p.m.
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