The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 3
It's becoming a common tale here - aging is what convinces us
Posted By: Bob Trent
In Response To: Re: Identity crisis (Lois)
Your experience of following a specific diet while in your 20s and not suffering for it until your 30s or later is becoming an oft told tale here. When I was in my 20s I could eat all kinds of crap and it never seemed to bother me at all. It wasn't until I got into my early 30s that the weight started to slowly come on and my mid 30s when the sinus infections, indigestion, etc. started to become chronic. After enough years on the wrong diet, combined with a bit of aging, a lot of people start suffering.
This isn't limited to just one blood type either. Last year there was a rather heated debate that occured on the type A board involving a young college student who claimed that all of this ER4YT stuff was a bunch of nonsense because she had been eating all kinds of beef, sausage, pepperoni, etc. all of her life and it never bothered her in the least bit. She seemed to take personal offense to the suggestion that her digestive system wasn't able to handle whatever she felt like throwing at it. As I recall, she remained thoroughly unconvinced and went on her way. I never got into that fray myself, but my general reaction was "Yeah right kid, I too could eat anything I wanted when I was 21". Ten years from now she'll likely join the ranks of all the other type As out there that have clogged arteries and the beginnings of heart disease. The most disheartening thing about it all? She was a medical student!
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