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questions from a Type O patient

Posted By: Stuart C. Marmorstein, D.C.
Date: March 22, 1997 at 09:58:34

Ada O's Questions:
1) There is oxalic acid in spinch, chard, and tomatoes. Is this harmful
to Type O's?
2) Do organ meats hold hormones and antibiotics.
3) What sprouts can Type O's eat if any?
4) If a person has a tendency toward candida albicans, is the use of olive
oil still advisable?
5) Does marijuana differentially affect people with different blood types?
If so, how?

This patient plans to come see you soon as a patient.

From myself--

Can you comment on the use of herbal combinations containing ephedra as aids to weight loss and whether there is any relationship between blood type and this.
I haven't noticed such a relationship. Some people seem to tolerate ephedra and some not, regardless of blood type. Would this be distinguishable by
the subtypes?

Can you direct me to more information on how the subtypes are used.

Finally (for today) can you give me a contact for the Naturopathic College
that will be opening in CT. Do they have e-mail?

Thank you--Stuart





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