The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 5
Found some important points in the archives that I had forgotten. Maybe I'm no6t the only one...
Posted By: mlou
October 16 1997 On "Statelessness"
One of the more perplexing aspects of food selection via this new system of incorporating blood type is that
In order to understand this it can help to know that the blood typing system is "live." In other words, each food for a particular blood type has an accumulated amount of information as to its "value.
Recently, this was the case with salmon and types B and AB. As many B/AB's know, chicken is an avoid, due to an blood agglutinating lectin found in the muscle meat. We also know that B's tend to be over-represented in the diseases characterized by auto-immune neurological problems. So, in ER4YT, salmon is assigned a "beneficial" value, because 1.) they seem to digest it well, with no increase in the urinary indican, a test of intestinal toxicity; 2.) it is a good alternative to the loss of chicken, and 3.) the fish oils may help protect against these types of problems.
Thus with regard to salmon and B/AB for now, salmon is technically "stateless." Which of course is not exactly going to fly well in a world which demands certainty. But it is the truth, and I cannot do better than that. Perhaps it is a testament to the power of the associations produced by blood type that the diet system is a living, breathing, organism; able to adjust itself to new discoveries and associations. This I think is a major advantage over other diet systems, which have a more "take it or leave it" attitude.
"Cook Right 4 Your Type" will be out sometime in mid-late 1998. It has recipes worked out by several chefs which we have been trying out in our house with nice results. CR4YT will be more than a cookbook, though. We are planning a sort of "practical survival guide" which will have infomation many of the vistors here have requested or offered.
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mlou -- Tuesday, 28 July 1998, at 12:34 a.m.
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