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Re: blood types and gland types
Posted By: Peter D'Adamo
In Response To: blood types and gland types (Brett D. Jacques ND)
A variety of "metabolic typing systems" have plunked blood type into them on and off over the years. I would be at some divergence from this one, as a quick look at the posts on this board shows a great preponderance of thyroid dysfunction reports coming from type O (which is of course mentioned in ER4YT). With the rest, I'm not at all sure, as many of these "endocrine classification systems" use arcane parameters such as body measurements, which are about as useful as flipping a coin. As to the source, it might be Ann Louise Gittleman's book (?) which I know tried to put together a "new" system by essentially taking Henry Beiler's work and mine -proving again that the "sum is not always greater than the parts."
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Brett D. Jacques ND -- Sunday, 9 March 1997, at 3:40 p.m.
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