The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 5
Re: People who 'know' ER4YT, but "won't" do it - an enigma
Posted By: Linda
In Response To: People who 'know' ER4YT, but "won't" do it - an enigma (Steve Shapiro)
I don't think it is possible to "know" something -- EY4YT or anything else -- without doing it. If one has personal experience with the diet, than one can determine for one's self whether or not it works.
I regard this site and the book as a starting point toward getting on a healthier diet and more in touch with what my body requires. Ultimately, I think my ideal diet will contain some elements of ER4YT, based on my individual biochemistry. After the book, I took the next step and visited a naturopath. Many of the principles in ER4YT have so far been confirmed by the naturopath and by my personal experience (for instance, I am type O and am sensitive to wheat). Others have not (for example, based on my experience, and confirmed by the naturopath, corn and soy are fine for me and more than a little meat aggravates my IBS).
It is probably wise of those senior citizens to take a cautious, gradual approach toward changing their diets. Their approach sounds pretty rational to me.
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Steve Shapiro -- Thursday, 25 June 1998, at 1:37 p.m.
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