The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 5
People who 'know' ER4YT, but "won't" do it - an enigma
Posted By: Steve Shapiro
"BigD" (I just love these hide'em cyberhandles) posted a message on the A board that got me thinking. He/she wanted to know about a hierarchy of avoid foods, in order for senior citizens to get started without having to go through the 'tofu' thing.
Based on my limited experience, I know that it is not correct to stereotype people - I've met many wonderful 'senior' citizens who are changing their diets to sucor their bodies.
So that's not what this post is about...
What I do want to ask about are opinions on the following group of people:
People, of any age, some of whom are living with serious health problems, some aren't, who have read and can recite ER4YT information - but refuse to make food choices based on it. Some of these people are deeply involved in the holistic health movement, and have literature and groceries available. In short, they are the diametric opposites of "BigD's" clientel.
I've started working on some of my own theories, but I've been involved in holistic medicine/self-help for too long, and I'd like to get some fresh perspective.
Messages in This Thread
Linda -- Monday, 22 June 1998, at 11:41 a.m.
Lois -- Monday, 22 June 1998, at 11:11 a.m.
Sieglinde Stieda -- Monday, 22 June 1998, at 9:02 a.m.
Mich -- Sunday, 21 June 1998, at 1:43 p.m.
Sandra Mc -- Monday, 22 June 1998, at 1:27 p.m.
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