The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 2
Re: Vegetarian O, Lots of questions.
Posted By: Robert Colt
In Response To: Vegetarian O, Lots of questions. (rebecca)
As far as digesting meat, you may be jumping the gun on determining you can't after one bite in 17 years. It is my understanding that your type 0 body has the built in memory and ability to do just that. It may need some time to reawaken. In the mean time you could assist the process by trying HCL with pepsin or pancreatic enzymes before your protein meals. I too was a vegetarian for the better part of 15 years. Thought I was a natural at it but I always had health problems. I remember trying the Fit for Life diet with my wife. She was thriving and I felt like I was dying. I coundn't understand it at the time. I thought there was something wrong with me. Turns out she's an A and I'm and O. Now that I eat buffalo, chicken, duck, venison, and fish I'm healthy, ruddy, and thriving. As far as being a vegetarian 0 you may want to eat a good amount of vegetable protein and follow the other guidlelines. I don't feel Dr. D is telling us what to do. He is sharing with us his years of empirical experience what works best for all blood types.
Best wishes for your well being,
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rebecca -- Wednesday, 17 December 1997, at 2:23 p.m.
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