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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 1

Re: Type B/soy/fermentation makes the difference

Posted By: Anne Hart
Date: March 18, 1997 at 21:57:39

In Response To: Re: Type B/soy/fermentation makes the difference (Peter D'Adamo)

For type AB, does tempeh, tofu, soy milk,
and soy beans agglutinate? I am on a heavy
soy diet of tempeh, tofu, soy milk. I feel
good and walk several miles a day. Am I
agglutinating myself without knowing it?
Since strokes, high blood pressure, heart
disease all killed off my relatives at
young ages, am I making a mistake eating
a high soy diet? I feel okay, am of medium
height and weight, and found soy milk
and tofu/tempeh has taken away all menopausal
symptoms (I'm 55).

Should I continue drinking my soy milk
every day and eating my tofu scrambled
or tempeh scrambled with egg whites for
breakfast? I have hypoglycemia, am a fast
metabolizer, and react badly to insulin-releasing
carbohydrates in the morning, like fruit
and cereal. I feel better after having
soy milk, tofu pudding, tempeh scramble,
lentils, and soy flour imitation meats
from beef-not.

Am I making a mistaking eating soy, even
though it makes me feel great? Is it
clotting my blood without me knowing it?

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