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Re: No lectin in beef

Posted By: Peter D'Adamo
Date: March 05, 1997 at 19:40:02

In Response To: Re: Testing for incompatible lectins (Tim Josling)

Dear Tim,

The reason you are not getting a reaction to beef is due to the fact that beef doesn't contain a lectin which reacts with type A. It is restricted because they cannot metabolize it becasue of a lack of stomach acid and intestinal enzymes. The "Lectin Connection" is only one of the determinents of whether a food is good or bad for a particular blood type.

Peter




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