The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 4
Re: a wee bit of help
Posted By: heidi
Shoot me an e-mail if you'd like a copy. It's in WordPerfect 5.1 (DOS) or Word 6.0 for Windows -- hopefully you have one of those. If not, I have some text-based versions of the same list which may help.
Second: Dr. D'A has said that the rhesus factor is fairly unimportant in discussing appropriate diet/exercise/illness susceptibility -- with the possible exception of O negative, which tends to be super-sensitive to allergens & food intolerances, and may suffer more severely therefore from certain illnesses.
Third: He has not yet discussed in depth on this site or in the current book any direct correlation between parent's blood type and any modification of an individual's diet. And -- dump the pumpernickel or anything else you have real doubts about, until you can hang out here a bit and fish around for some refining details. Don't sweat the complicated stuff right now!
Try to get rest! Lots of pure water! Infections of this type mean your immune functioning is compromised (DUH, huh? :-} ) and you need to build back up.
E-mail me about the ABO-OK list. AND BEST OF LUCK! It just gets easier from here.
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Jane R -- Thursday, 30 April 1998, at 10:36 a.m.
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