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Re: Food lists

Posted By: heidi
Date: June-03, 1998 at 12:20:37

In Response To: Re: CR4YT and food lists (Wally)

Hi, Wally!

The actual updates are few. I won't direct you to threads on "statelessness" and changing status of foods, but salmon is the only item I know of which has slid right down the pole to avoid from HB. Additionally, there are a few typos in the book, and they have been discussed here -- chicken for B's is not one of them, though!

In short: salmon is an avoid for B's. Sole is an avoid for AB's (as described in the paragraph before the fish list in the book; however, only gray sole is shown as an avoid there, while sole somehow slipped upstairs to the neutrals!).

There is a linked post describing strategies for gaining/maintaining rather than losing weight, and it addresses only type A and type O. Of Course These Are General Guidelines!! but they help illuminate the blood type theory, and are very helpful for most people. In considering the weight maintain list for O's, we are advised that oats should be used only if no inflammatory condition is present.

Lastly: I have prepared the food lists in a number of user-friendly word-processed formats, and if you would like a copy (please specify which kind of list (full alpha, ABO-OK, single or combination list) and word processor (Word 6.0 for Windows, WordPerfect 5.1 for DOS)) let me know and I will email one to you.

OK! That's the lot!



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