The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 3
Re:Grains, Ancestral cooking practices
Posted By: Agatha
In Response To: Re: I'm glad (Peter D'Adamo)
For recipes and the truth about nutrition vs fads in harmony with Dr Adamo check out Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon of the Price Pottinger Institute. It doesn't identify foods for blood type but clarifies what "ancetral" foods provided that is missing in today's diet and why we need to incorporate old world wisdom into modern day eating. The chapter on grains offers hope that wheat gluten allergy might me eased if grains are soaked to alize the phytates. If you can't find it in health food stores the publisher is ProMotion Publishing 800-231-1776, it costs $22.95. If you are challenged by the rigors of baking bread I just found a baker in the New York area, Windmill Farms, in Brooklyn, they distribute in NYC Health Food stores. They bake bread the old fashion way, flour freshly ground spring water and sea salt, no yeast, oil, etc. I spoke to the baker and he asked if I heard of Dr. Adamo. Small world. You could call and ask for outlets near you if you are in NYC.
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Robert Colt -- Wednesday, 18 February 1998, at 1:04 a.m.
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