The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 2
Re: IGG4 Food testing--curiouser and curiouser!
Posted By: Jenny
In Response To: Re: IGG4 Food testing and blood type (Judy R.)
Hmm. Judy, regarding your IGG test--I too tested positive for sesame, which I eat occasionally as tahini, (never noticed a problem) and oysters, which to my knowledge I've never eaten. Also tested pos. for clams, which I've not eaten in 15 yrs. Also, NO sensitivity to grains reported--yet when I went on the O diet and stopped eating grains, my digestive woes improved dramatically.
ED, is the Townsend article on ELISA testing available online?
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Judy R. -- Monday, 16 February 1998, at 2:33 p.m.
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