The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 1
Re: questions from a Type O patient
Posted By: Peter D'Adamo
In Response To: questions from a Type O patient (Stuart C. Marmorstein, D.C.)
The naturopathic college is affiliated with the University of Bridgeport in CT. You might be able to search for that website and access the ND college from there.
Oxalates show no particular preference in terms of ill effects. They can compliicate each type in varying scenarios resulting from improper food choice for that type.
Organ meats appear to hold certain pesticides and chemicals less avidly than muscle tissue.
Most O's can tolerate any sprout other than alfalfa.
Olive oil might be more indicated in a candididasis situation!
No info on marijuana, other that type A's seem to predominate in the percentage of frequent users (makes sense, doesn't it?)
Type B seems to be most intolerant of ephedra. In the few cases of paradoxical reactions I've seen, they were type B.
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Stuart C. Marmorstein, D.C. -- Saturday, 29 March 1997, at 9:19 a.m.
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