Healthy, Wealthy and Wiseby Greg Leynes
Dear Beautiful People,
I read the book entitled 'A Man's Food is Another Man's Poison" by Dr. D'Amano. He said that:
Your blood type is the key that unlocks the door to the mysteries of health, disease, longevity, physical vitality and emotional strength. Your blood type determines your susceptibility to illness, which foods you should eat and how you should exercise. It is a factor in your energy levels, the efficiency with which you burn calories, your emotional response to stress and perhaps even your personality.
Type A seemed to do poorly on high protein diets that included generous portions of meat, but did very well on vegetable proteins such as soya and tofus. When told to increase their levels of physical activity and exercise, Type A usually felt fatiqued and unwell, when they performed high forms of exercise, such as yoga, they felt alert and energized.
On the other hand, Type O people thrived on high protein diets - meat, and they felt invigorated by intense physical activities, such as jogging and aerobics.
Your blood type O, A, B or AB -- is a powerful genetic fingerprint that identifies you as surely as your DNA.
When you use the individualized characteristics of your blood type as a guide for eating and living you will be healthier, you will easily reach your ideal weight and you will slow the process of ageing.
Your blood type is a more reliable measure of your identify than race, culture or geography. It is a genetic blueprint for who you are, a guide to how you can live most fully.
Racial distinctions based on skin colours, ethnic practices, geographical homelands or cultural roots are not a valid way to distinguish peoples. We are all potentially brothers and sisters in blood.
A single drop of blood, too small to see with the naked eye, contains the entire genetic code of a human being. The DNA blueprint is intact and replicated within us endlessly â€“ through our blood.
Our blood also contains aeons of genetic memory â€“ bits and pieces of specific programming, passed on from our ancestors in codes we are still attempting to comprehend.
Nature has endowed our immune systems with very sophisticated methods to determine if a substance in the body is foreign or not, recognizing and killing it. One method involved chemical markers called antigens which are found on the cells of our bodies. Every life form, from the simplest virus to humans themselves, has unique antigens that form a part of their chemical fingerprint.
If you are Blood Type A â€“ Antigen A; Blood Type B â€“ Antigen B; Blood Type AB â€“ Antigen A and B; Blood type O â€“ O antigens.
When an antibody encounters the antigen of a microbial interloper, a reaction called agglutination (gluing) occurs. The antibody attached itself to the viral antigen and makes it very sticky. When cells, viruses, parasites and bacteria are agglutinated, they stick together and clump up, which makes the job of their disposal all the easier. As microbes must rely on their slippery powers of evasion, this is a very powerful defense mechanism. It is rather like handcuffing criminals together, they become far less dangerous than when they are allowed to move around freely.
Blood type A carried anti B antibodies. Type B would be rejected by Type A. Blood B carried anti A antibodies. Type A would be rejected by B, thus Type A and Type B could not exchange blood.
It was also found that many foods agglutinate the cells of certain blood types (in a way similar to rejection) but no others, meaning that a food which may be harmful to the cells of one blood type may be beneficial to the cells of another.
A chemical reaction occurs between your blood and the foods that you eat. Your immune and digestive system still maintain a favouritism for foods that your blood type ancestors ate. We know this because of a factor called lectins. Lectins, abundant and diverse proteins found in foods, have agglutinating properties that affect your blood. Lectins are a powerful way for organisms to attach themselves to other organisms in nature.
Lots of germs, and even our oun immune system, used this superglue to their benefit. For example, cells in our liver's bile ducts have lectins on their surfaces to help them snatch up bacteria and parasites. Bacteria and other microbes have lectins on their surfaces, as well, which work rather like suction cups, so they can attach to the slippery mucousal linings of the body.
When you eat a food containing protein lectins that are incompatible with your blood type antigen, the lectins target on organ or bodily systems (kidney, liver, brain, stomach, etc.) and begin to agglutnate blood cells in that area. For example, milk has B like qualities, if a person with Type A blood drinks it, their system will immediately start the agglutination process in order to reject it. It does not get digested, but stays intact. It may interact directly with the lining of the stomach or intestinal tract, or it may get absorbed into our bloodstream along with the digested milk nutrients. Different lectins target different organs and body systems. Once the intact lectin protein settles somewhere in your body, it literally has a magnetic effect on the cells in that region. It clumps the cells together and they are targeted for destruction, as they, too were foreign invaders. This clumping can cause irritable bowel syndrome in the intestines, cirrhosis of the liver, or block the flow of blood through the kidneys â€“ to name just a few of the effects.
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