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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 1
Re: Agglutination vs. Other Effects
Posted By: Peter D'Adamo
Date: March 09, 1997 at 15:56:12
In Response To: Agglutination vs. Other Effects (Terry Johnson)
This was not detailed in the book, but perhaps if and when the book goes to a new printing, we'll include this. It gets further involved when you realize that in selected circumstances, like malignancy, the wrong agglutinin for the other 99.999% of you life may actually do you some good. One has to balance the depth of information with the need for simplicity when writing so called "trade/reference books". Most of the time, the editor just wants you to say what to eat and what not to eat. As a general rule (but not always) the lectins are most commonly found in seeds, vegetables, certain seafoods and beans/legumes.
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Terry Johnson -- Sunday, 9 March 1997, at 3:56 p.m.
- Re: Agglutination vs. Other Effects
Peter D'Adamo -- Sunday, 9 March 1997, at 3:56 p.m.