The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 3
Re: celiac & blood type
Posted By: Cassandra
In Response To: Re: celiac & blood type (Sarah)
According to the experts in celiac disease, there is a much higher rate of celiac disease in people with Type 1 diabetes then in the general population. In Dr. D's book he says "Blood Type A and Type B are more prone to Type 1 diabetes..." Sarah, or anyone with more information on CD's prevalence in blood type please email me. I'm not possessive, I would gladly let blood Type O have this disease.
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Colby -- Wednesday, 25 March 1998, at 4:33 p.m.
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