You are so right.
To take it further, can you read or hear any
medical news/study without feeling that we are
now able, even with our limited knowledge, to
see beyond what the latest "discovery" may be.
The "blood" type interface (as Dr. D'Adamo says
this is NOT just a blood type) gives us a
subtler insight into health problems.
I think of the studies saying how red wine is
good for reducing heart attacks, the excitement
the French studies created, and with the
realization of the majority of French being
type "A", and chuckle at the U.S. doctors "pre-
scribing" red wine to all of their patients.
Now I understand why these medical studies are so
inconclusive. Where else do "scientists" get so
excited when such low percentages of subjects,
of these various regimens, do well that it is then
labelled a successful treatment? They are missing,
entirely, an important criteria. And, it seems,
now that this is brought to their attention, too
many fight it with all of their might.
In a world obsessed with "choice" (a grocery store
near my office has a banner proclaiming, "50 brands
of margarine" Unbelievable! yet, wonderful) it
is ironic how some seem to feel there is only
one way. In the South, we thought only the
Baptists were this hard-headed!
Greatly enjoyed your post!