So Advanced Concept of Nutrition, I Hardly Know What He's Talking about: Blood Type vs Common Understanding

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    Sep 26, 2017 2:54 PM GMT
    Tumor Markers Diminish On Type A Diet

    QUESTION: Firstly, FYI - followed type A diet and my tumor markers in blood dropped first time in 4 years after tumor was removed. Thank you!!!

    ANSWER: That is great news, and yet again demonstrates the power of choosing foods by blood type versus the 'macromolecular' (fat-phobic/ fat-philic; protein-phobic/ protein-phillic) theories, which usually do no more than contradict themselves. With the blood type diet, you can make a difference in areas of your health not normally thought to be responsive to diet.

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    versus the 'macromolecular' (fat-phobic/ fat-philic; protein-phobic/ protein-phillic) theories

    Choosing foods by macro-molecular theory
    OK now to figure out the rest:

    fat-phobic
    fat-philic
    protein-phobic
    protein-phillic

    Phillic? I've got to look up phillic. I've never heard of that before. When he says phobic, I guess he's using the common meaning of phobic

    ...which usually do no more than contradict themselves.
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    Sep 27, 2017 1:47 PM GMT
    philic, one L

    having a fondness, especially an abnormal love, for a specified thing.
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    Sep 27, 2017 2:20 PM GMT
    I dont understand either.

    Sometimes people who know less than they should about subjects they are supposed to be expert in use jargon to confuse the gullible.

    ie.gurus talk bullshit.