Michael S Lorrey <email@example.com> wrote:
> Dave Sill wrote:
> > Scott Painter <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > >
> > > Read : Eat Right for Your Type ( er4yt.com )
> > Yeah, and don't forget the white powder gold! The blood type diet stuff is
> > bogus. See:
> > http://www.earthsave.org/news/bloodtyp.htm
> > For a good analysis of its bogosity, albeit from a vegan M.D.
> Who has been himself debunked, for displaying his ignorance:
Having read both, I find Klaper's criticism much stronger than D'Adamo's
defense and countercriticism. Your free to believe whatever or whomever you
> I don't see how being a vegan makes one's opinion better,
Who said or implied that it did? I used "albeit", which means, of course,
"even though", because in my opinion that calls his objectivity into
> and being an MD does
> not make you a diet expert either.
Of course not, but being an MD means you have at least a working knowledge
of biochemistry and the human body. This is a credential that means more to
me than "naturopathic doctor".
For more on naturopathy, see:
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