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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 3




Re: celiac & blood type

Posted By: Sarah
Date: March-24, 1998 at 11:42:04

In Response To: celiac & blood type (Colby)

I have celiac disease and am a type O; from what
I've heard, type Os are more highly represented
among Celiacs than any of the other blood types.
I do know that following the type O diet has helped
tremendously, depite limiting food choices even
further. I'm not sure, for instance, if avoiding
potatoes and corn (and flours of each) is as
crucial for a celiac type O than for a non-celiac
type O, especially since we have to avoid "all" gluten,
including sprouted wheat, rye and barley. Doesn't leave us much choice in the grains category.



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