Here you can search the thousands of posts from our older message boards. Just click on the link for the time period you wish to search and you will be taken to the fill-out form for that volume. You can also click on the 'Return to Index' link and display all the messages in threaded form.
The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 1
blood type diet
Posted By: Patty Kronberg
Date: February 12, 1997 at 19:35:13
I have been reading your book and my homeopathic physician would like me to try your blood type diet. I am a Type B and am almost recovered from CFS and severe chemical sensitivities. I have had 40-50 lb weight gain in last few years and am using your diet to improve my health and idje weight. I have a few questions 1. in the breads and muffins section of B you recommend Essene or Ezekiel's wheat breads. I use only sprouted grain bread from the health food store. However it is usually multigrain including the avoidance grains of corn, wheat, rye and occasionally sprouted legumes such as lentils. Are the multigrain sprouted breads acceptable or only sprouted wheat? 2. Re bean and legumes for Type B I usually sprout my beans for salads ie: lentil, mung, and garbonzo are any beans ok. to eat from the avoidance group? ( mung was not on your list) 3. On your spices section for Type B you include chocolate and several sweeteners such as suger, maple syrup, rice syrup. I always thought that these were bad for metabolism, weight. How much should you limit sugars and chocolate. Thank you very much. Patricia Kronberg 1006 N. 16th Court Hollywood FL 33019 or call at 954-929-6618
Messages in This Thread
- blood type diet
Patty Kronberg -- Tuesday, 6 January 1998, at 8:24 a.m.
Alan Horner -- Tuesday, 6 January 1998, at 8:24 a.m.
Re: blood type diet
Peter D'Adamo -- Wednesday, 12 February 1997, at 10:57 p.m.