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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 1
Thanks, Question about Pork
Posted By: Theo Scott
Date: March 04, 1997 at 12:02:02
I want to start by thanking you for your book and the
information you provide. Until a few months ago, I was
a 29 year old with a series of annoying health problems,
the biggest of which seemed to be weighing 250 lbs.
Since reading your book, which my sister, a size 4 type A
suggested, I have lost 35 lbs and my health has changed
dramatically. My blood pressure is 118/74, cholesterol
145 with HDL 61, and the best part is I haven't had any
of my ulcer medication, my asthma medication (I had two
inhalers) or even advil in a few months! I feel a new
sense of empowerment in terms of how to take care of myself
and feel good. I tell people I'm not on a diet but have
simply changed the way I eat. I refused to go on the diet
rollercoaster again, and I will use this information for
the rest of my life. You have solved a problem that six
doctors and two nutritions have been confused about for
the past ten years. I have so much energy and I haven't
even had a cold (I used to get what ever went around)
since last November. And I don't feel like I am trying.
At first my co-workers were saying I shouldn't believe
everything I read, but now everyone wants to see my book.
Which leads me to my question. Pork is a food to avoid
for all blood types. Can you tell me\my co-workers why
this is the case?
Messages in This Thread
- Thanks, Question about Pork
Theo Scott -- Saturday, 8 March 1997, at 12:07 p.m.
Peter D'Adamo -- Saturday, 8 March 1997, at 12:07 p.m.