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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 4

RE: Acidity/Alkalinity

Posted By: David M. Lemly
Date: April-23, 1998 at 17:03:32

In Response To: First of all, I'm not this person!! (Julia Taylor)

My response to your question about the changing
acidity levels in a Type O person would be, yes
possibly. In a normal statisical curve it may
happen in a minority of Type O's who produce low
amounts of stomach acid-I would say very few
individuals. However, keep in mind that acidity
and alkalinity levels are relative.
For an analogy, although I am stronger than my
cat, I'm not as strong as an elephant. So it is
with acids and bases. The majority of foods on
the ER4YT diet are clearly soothing for Type O
digestive systems but at the same time some
acidic foods remain. The diet is designed around
lessening the severity of acidic foods consumed by
Type O's and I think it acomplishes it nicely.
Acidic foods are still eaten on the diet. Many
conventional doctors and M.D.'s back up this
philosophy and it is supported in medical books
and literature.Have you heard of Dr. Lendon Smith?

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