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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 2

Re: Good news: None of this is true!

Posted By: Lois
Date: January-31, 1998 at 15:48:32


I have a small library of and followed faithfully
the same references you're talking about (I won't
waste the space here listing them)for 13 years.
Thanks to a little anthropological research and
discovering ER4YT, I think I'm going to live to
regret that faith.

As for the teeth thing - the anthropological research
I did says our canines shrunk as our brains grew.
We discovered fire and no longer needed sharp teeth
for tearing tough, raw flesh and plants.
And the GI tract thing - well, mine's a little
shorter now after 13 years of veganism - it exploded into
oblivion. Another thing those books tell you is vegetarians
don't have trouble with ruptured appendixes (appendices?),
and that this type O is one of those in the
minority of cases!

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  • Re: Good news: None of this is true!
    Lois -- Saturday, 31 January 1998, at 4:11 p.m.

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