The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 1
Posted By: Meighen Russell
Sorry for adding to the confusion on the board. I'll combine my questions here, so please ignore the others posted over the weekend.
First, thank you very much for the info about what to avoid with an overactive immune system (psoriasis in my case).
You mentioned avoiding Vit. C; does that mean supplements only, or include high C fruits and vegetables as well?
Elsewhere you said O's shouldn't combine starchy vegetables and proteins; does that also mean no tuna sandwiches on sprouted bread, or does that type of bread digest more easily?
I went off CES (natural-source estrogen) a few months ago, and have been taking ProGest for about three months (which is no longer available). Do I need to replace the progesterone with something else, or will I be OK sticking to the O diet and working on getting the required amount off exercise?
Again, thank you ever so much for your help!
P.S. I tried to delete the other messages, but it didn't work.
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Peter D'Adamo -- Saturday, 22 March 1997, at 1:32 a.m.
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