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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 5
Re: GBS was a vegetarian and lived to be 94
Posted By: Eleanor Symonds
Date: July-17, 1998 at 14:41:11
In Response To: Re: GBS was a vegetarian and lived to be 94 (Anon)
I've seen a cookbook of Shaw's favourite recipes in several local bookstores - though he was a vegetarian, going by these recipes he seemed to eat lots of dairy. Also, I have no hard evidence for this (anyone?) but I've been told that he ate a large serving of liver every week, on the advice of his doctor. Seems like a good way to get most of the nutrients that he might be missing, even if he were type O. (If he hadn't eaten dairy, I can't see how he would have got enough protein - somehow I doubt there was a lot of tofu, chick peas, etc. served in Victorian England )
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Sue -- Friday, 17 July 1998, at 2:41 p.m.