The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 1
Re: Probable AO secretor w/H pylori bacteria
Posted By: Peter D'Adamo
In Response To: Type A w/Hpylorea bacteria & excess stomach acid? (Roger Olsen)
H. pylori doesn't typically grow in type A, but might if you were an out-of-balance type A secretor who had a recessive O gene. This would allow you to secrete the H antigen, which would give some characteristics of O to your digestive tract. Definitely get going on the A diet. If you are sensitive to soy, leave it out for 3-5 weeks, then slowly re-introduce it.
You might also try taking 1-2 capsules of golden seal daily (better before bedtime). This can help kill or neutralize the H. pylori.
Hope this helps,
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Roger Olsen -- Tuesday, 21 October 1997, at 7:59 a.m.
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