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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 3

Food allergies (ELISA/ACT) and B blood type & no improvement with ER4YT

Posted By: stymied
Date: March-13, 1998 at 11:01:34

As per the ELISA/ACT, I am a B blood type with the following food allergies:
Oats, Parsley, Celery, Strawberries, Blueberries, Blackberries, Sulfites, Pinene, Beef, Dairy (Cow's Milk - uncultured products), Malt, Lima Beans, Hazelnuts, etc. etc. etc. Heaven knows what would show up on a rast!

I am also dealing with degenerative disc disease, a sleep disorder, reactive asthma, fibromyalgia, and CFIDS is suspected. As you can see, many of these food items are on the highly beneficial listing for B blood types. Essene and Ezekiel breads are out of the question due to the malt resulting from the sprouting process -- actually all of this company's breads contain malt... Even with following the B blood type diet with these food eliminated for several months, no improvement is being observed. Turkey with all of its tryptophan is also a problem for someone who has problems staying awake in the first place. I'm about ready to go back to being a vegetarian if this diet doesn't start showing some benefit.

Anyone with any ideas here?

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