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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 4

Re: Acidity/Alkalinity and the fear of extremes

Posted By: Joan
Date: April-24, 1998 at 08:40:05

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

Hi Julia!

As David pointed out, us O's have not been advised by P D'A to
avoid all acidic foods. (Spinach and horseradish
are both listed as highly beneficial.)

But I want to add that acid/base reactions proceed in
our bodies in a complex manner, and the system is stablized by buffering
systems using weak acids or bases and their related salts.

If you take a 'conventional' nutrition book which lists vitamins and minerals
and cross-check to the foods in the ER4YT diets, it is possible
to select from the ER4YT lists to get all the nutrients. I don't find
anything very extreme about the ER4YT diets at all, that's why I was willing
to try it.

What 'other examples' did you have in mind?


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