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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 1
Re: Type A+ Did Well on Zone Diet, Now Incorporating Blood Type Diet
Posted By: Malcolm Shrimplin
Date: February 10, 1997 at 08:19:58
In Response To: Re: Type A+ Did Well on Zone Diet, Now Incorporating Blood Type Diet (Peter D'Adamo)
Thanks for the response. I think I am the
exception to the "A's need calming exercise rule."
I REALLY do find it invigorating and FUN. Again,
I'm not out win a race or beat someone. And, at
a 10 minute mile, I'm surely not going to do both.
The university where I am has groups which do
more of the Eastern type exercises you recommend.
If I do get stressed (as all graduate students do)
I will investigate!
Thanks for the info on the reason why milk
products are no, no's. THEY ARE GONE!
I asked about the peanut oil, as I use peanuts
for a fat source. I also have oils from avacados,
apricots, mac nuts, hazelnuts, alomonds, and OF
COURSE olives. I'll have to closely monitor how
I react to these. I have started using pumpkin
I was really shocked about the don't do
intense physical exercise recommendation you make.
When I was younger and REALLY overweight (270 lbs.)
I resisted all attempts by my father to get me
involved in the highly physical AND COMPETITIVE
sports. When I started the zone diet, I just
naturally chose running. It was a rythmic exercise
that didn't require me to "chew gum at the same time."
It also involved only me going at my own pace and
challenging myself. It just felt right and still does.
Nonetheless, I understand why you say what you do!
Again, thanks for your time!
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Malcolm Shrimplin -- Monday, 2 March 1998, at 3:33 p.m.