posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 03:38 PM
All humans are not created equal! (Nor are all mammals created equal for that matter!)
For some blood types (like A, B, and AB), it is true that red meat and dairy products are difficult to digest and would leave large amounts of toxins
in the body that could potentially foster growth of cancer cells.
For other blood types (mainly O), red meat and dairy products are not only more easily digested, but downright necessary for bodily function! (The
scariest thing in the world is a Blood Type 0 Negative who hasn't had their daily/weekly dose of Taurine in several weeks!)
Basically, what have your ancestors been eating for the past million years? Were you descended from members of Agrarian based cultures, or where you
descended from Hunter based cultures? Whatever your ancestors ate, you should probably be eating for optimal function, and whatever they didn't eat
you should probably be avoiding for optimal function. You don't need to know your genealogy to know which category you fall into...you just need to
know your blood-type.
This is a simple concept that the Ancients have understood since at least the time of Pythagoras in the West, and the time of the Vedas in the East.
The Hindi Ayurvedic Medicine categorizes all food as Pitta, Vata, or Kapa (Metabolism/Moderate, Catabolism, and Anabolism respectively). If you are
Vata or Kapa, then eating a diet based for the opposite end of the spectrum can lead to all kinds of health risks as your body simply isn't capable
of digesting and metabolizing that kind of diet.
That isn't to say that there are not health risks even to Blood Type Os (or Kapa Body Types) in eating Red Meat and Dairy. However, these risks are
primarily due to the additives that the US Food Industry likes to add to them (like large amounts of hormones in Beef, and the hormone rBGH in Dairy
products). Organic Beef & Dairy doesn't have these same problems (or these same products that come from countries where these additives are banned,
such as Brazil or the EU).
The link to the increase of Cancer and Inflammatory Diseases among the Upper Classes of China and India who are eating Meat and Dairy only reinforces
the hypothesis stated above. Both of these cultures have 5000 years or more of not eating either Red Meat or Dairy (although in China this is an over
generalization as those sharing Mongol heritage do have O Blood Types...the largest percentage outside of Europe).
If the RhD inherited genetic antigen also comes to play into dietary metabolism, this could also be another HUGE variable on why some people can eat
something without health risk while others build up toxins from eating the same thing. Hemolytic erythroblastosis fetalis, caused by having had a
birth mother with a different blood type, who are RhD+ because of having had antigen-antibody incompatibility with their mother during gestation could
cause for an increased susceptibility of Food Allergens and build up of toxins and cancer from incompatible Food Types...whereas those who are RhD-
would have the opposite happen, being more resistant to Food Allergens and less likely to build up toxins from the digestion of incompatible Food
Types. Considering that the number of RhD+ people is increasing dramatically every year among Westerners, there is ample enough evidence to show that
this MAY be interrelated to the increase of Food Allergies and Dietary derived Cancers, but our discovery of RhD is relatively new and needing far
more study before this can be either "Ruled-In" or "Ruled-Out".
Just beware of any Medical Study, especially concerning Diet or Pharmacology, that shows conclusive evidence linking the same thing for everyone.
There is a reason why for every medication that the West develops there are a significant percentage who have reactions in one form or another, or for
whom it simply does not work. Western Medicine still hasn't come to terms that there are far more variables in the human composition between one
subject and the next, but would rather declare the human metabolism to be a "universal constant" for simplicity sake when it is clearly not. When
you start comparing Oranges with Apples, such as the results in Rats or Monkeys with the potential results in Humans, the number of variables
increases many more fold, and the ability to declare constants is simply not possible.