Posted by bleauberry on December 1, 2010, at 19:08:12
In reply to **Depression, Stress and your BLOOD TYPE**, posted by FluffMama on December 1, 2010, at 13:00:45
I personally find this stuff amazing, promising, and way ahead of conventional white coat scientists.
It is already known that many disease symptoms can be minimized or eliminated by sticking to a blood type diet. Each blood type has certain foods to avoid.
I know a woman for example that has had moderate success with multiple sclerosis medications, along with dangerous side effects, but found much more significant improvement on her blood type diet. Unfortunately for her it means avoiding some of her all time favorite foods such as potatoes, corn, and tomatoes. Not a bad trade off though.
I need to learn more about this because I see a lot of untapped potential in it. It would probably benefit me greatly. I don't even know what my blood type is. I guess that is my first step.
While I already knew blood type and food were correlated with things like inflammation, immune function, allergies, and disease symptoms, I never considered the cortisol/neurotransmitter connection.
Fascinating. I think I have some homework to do.
Thank you very much for sharing this!