The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 2
Re: Respiratiry problem?
Posted By: Jo-Anne
In Response To: Re: Respiratiry problem? (valerie)
I am an O who developed asthma as an adult. It developed slowly from allergy problems with my sinuses to some coughing. Eventually I had a cough with wheezing that never went away. Difficulty catching your breath may be a reaction to some food. Beyond eating properly for O type, (especially be careful with dairy, wheat and corn: READ LABELS - even a small amount of these foods cause problems). You may have some individual problem foods or reactions to the chemicals sprayed on the food. I have reactions to all apples except gala and I sometimes react to grapes (chemicals). My mother reacts to apples and oatmeal. Some other people have posted nut allergies.
Are there any meals that you don't have breathing problems? Those foods would be fine. Pay attention to the foods you've eaten to figure out the culprit. There are some food allergy tests you may want to try. Do a search on them as the quality of tests have been discussed here. I noticed my reaction to apples and tested it by eating a small piece of apple alone and waiting for the reaction. Try that with the foods you'r suspicious about.
Hope this Helps!
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valerie -- Monday, 12 January 1998, at 9:25 p.m.
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