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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 1

Inconsistencies/Questions forType B

Posted By: Phil Wong
Date: March 21, 1997 at 08:48:04

First of all, great book! Perhaps I am a picky reader, but I noticed a couple of inconsistent statements in your book for Type B, as follows.

(1) On Spelt: you rated it "Highly Beneficial" on page 156; but only "Neutral" on page 157?

(2) On Tofu: you rated it "Avoid" on page 161; but then stated on page 318 that "Type Bs can eat soy foods", and proceeded to correlate "a low incidence of breast cancer" in Japanese women (presumably Type Bs) to the use of tofu?

I would also appreciate further clarification on the following.

(3) On pork: you rated it "Avoid" on page 149, presumably because of the typically high nitrite content; what about pork purchased from organic farms?

(4) On Seafood: you rated "Avoid" for all shellfish on page 149, which I happen to enjoy (e.g. Maine lobsters, Cantonese style of course), but would give up if necessary; but why Lox, Sea Bass, and Yellowtail (there goes one of my favorite breakfasts - Lox and scrambled eggs - and one of my favorite sushi - yellowtail).

(5) On Membrane Fluidizer Cocktail: it's yummy with orange juice! Do you recommend it for young children, say, aged 5 to 10?

(6) Finally, does Dinah Khader (or anybody else like her) have a book on her recipes?


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