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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 3

Quality of Life??

Posted By: Sandra
Date: March-10, 1998 at 19:18:48

I like the book in general and have adopted a number of suggestions. But, as a
relatively new vegetarian (only coincidentally Type A) and someone with a
work/personal schedule that is heavy, I must say that trying to follow such a diet
(when the one you're following is already reduced in choice), leads to near obsession
of finding "acceptable" foods. Who HAS that much time?
I really need more medical "proof" than what the book gives (e.g., references to
tests done - what and how and how many?)for its claims. I don't think it's clear,
either, what the consequences of eating "avoid" foods are? Do you feel bad? Do you
die 10 years earlier? A lucious organic tomato from one's own garden is "bad"? I find
that hard to believe, even after reading the book. How about some real documentation
on these claims? This is NOT meant to be nasty, but critical in the
"I-want-to-be-shown" sense.

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