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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 1




Type A+ and Graves Disease

Posted By: Lisamecca
Date: March 04, 1997 at 10:40:49

Last year I was diagnosed with Graves Disease. Since that time I have changed my diet to what was coincidentally a mostly A type diet, gotten into yoga and done a variety of other things. I am now in remission and hope to stay there. I discovered your diet through a Dr. I am working with here in Seattle. I did the DSP-I test and the results were very interesting. While I was confirmed as being type A, many of the guideline that are in your book are different for me according to this test. I am allowed tomatoes, oranges, potatoes and most peppers to name a few. I am not allowed some items that you say are OK for type A's, like chicken,goat cheese, grapefruit, chocolate and vanilla. My question is this: which plan should I follow? The one in the book or the one from the test? The test was done at Meridian Valley labs, so I know it is legit. I want to be sure that I am doing everything possible to stick to the plan that is best for me and stay in remission.Please advise. Thanks, Lisa



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