I like the way the book divides intolerance and allergy into two separate groups
and focuses in on intolerance and the food lists for each blood type. This
was a major concern of mine when I first started working strictly from the lists;
was I going to have some scary reaction if I ever eat an avoid food again? I mean after a
long absence from it, would a sudden reintroduction freak me out.
Well months have passed, I memorized the list of avoids and I am able to be pretty zen about it all.
Staying real strict in the beginning, I messed up with the corn syrup thing a bunch of times. It wasn't lethal, I'm still here.
I wanted to do this thing right and experience this "level-off" thing that I heard
from people who have been doing the diet for a long period of time.
Well, this weekend sort of confirmed something to me that I suspected but had to deny in the beginning
because I had enough to be concerned about.(how am I going to eat with other people?)
I'm putting peanuts in the "severe avoid" category, they not only mess up my type b tolerance toward wheat,
they do something else that is more of the sudden onset thing.
I know this happens to certain children with the allergy, but I didn't think
I could ever blame my hostile brattiness on a food. Will the DSP-i test confirm this?
I don't really care if I can't confirm it medically; I'm staying away from even a mouthful of anything with peanuts in it.
Yea I'm better at reading labels now too.