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Vegetarian O, Lots of questions.

Posted By: rebecca
Date: December-12, 1997 at 09:52:30

I'm finding myself feeling a little bit annoyed. I am irritated that the issue
of being a type O vegetarian is not addressed, even in passing, in the book. It
seems to me that that there are a lot of issues, questions, concerns surrounding this
anomoly, and it can't be that uncommon! I've looked through all the forums to
the best of my ability and still do not feel any closer to understanding. I'm irritated
that Dr. D has not answered his
questions since November 20th and that there doesn't seem to be any other forum for
getting these questions answered.

This is my plea for some good solid information:
1) Why would a type O be naturally inclined toward vegetarianism if it is so wrong for her system?
2) How, after 17 years (or any period of time for that matter), does a person go back
to eating meat? Apparently, ( I've surmised after eating one bite of lamb last night)
my system is no longer able to digest meat efficiently.
3) Is it possible thay some type O's are better suited to eating low off the food chain?
(surely, even in the days of hunter/gatherers, there were those that ate mostly nuts
and berries?)
I would really appreciate someone addressing some of these questions. I'm sure the answers
will be helpful to many many people. Thank you in advance. P.S. I'm sorry this request
is so cranky. I assure you all, I have never been one of those "cranky vegetarians" until
now! -Rebecca

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