Do you think you are allergic to chicken? Have you done your personal, actual food allergy tests yourself? I’m not talking about idiotic medical tests, I’m talking about you eating chicken, see if you react, see if your eczema or psoriasis gets worse. We do this with our children. My 2nd son developed some eczema some 2 years ago and we found out he was allergic to chicken… all forms of chicken. Whether this was your factory 45 day chickens, organic native chickens, cooked chicken, raw chicken, factory eggs, organic eggs, fertilized eggs, cooked eggs, raw eggs… as long as it is from the species CHICKEN.
We found out our little boy who is now 5-1/2, is not allergic to DUCK. So we take pains to purchase duck eggs, and ducks for slaughter, and duck carcasse. What’s the difference between a chicken and a duck? Ducks are a different species. And our son is eczema free.
Now I remember to read again the Blood Type Diet by D’ Adamo on http://www.dadamo.com/bloodtype_B.htm it says:
Another very common food that Type Bs should avoid is chicken. Chicken contains a Blood Type B agglutinating lectin in its muscle tissue. Although chicken is a lean meat, the issue is the power of an agglutinating lectin attacking your bloodstream and the potential for it to lead to strokes and immune disorders. Dr. D’Adamo suggests that you wean yourself away from chicken and replace them with highly beneficial foods such as goat, lamb, mutton, rabbit and venison.
In the case of our 5-1/2 year old boy, this issue of chicken is right on target. We have totally given up on chicken for our little boy. And our little boy knows it. He’s suffered enough from chicken. When he eats, he does not touch one piece of chicken.
We noted the chicken allergy by doing actual experiments on our little boy… not by merely believing what some author wrote, or what some dubious lab test said.
Me, I’m blood type B and since I was eczema cured and on raw paleo diet, I don’t react to chicken in a visually observable manner. I still eat raw chicken egg yolks every now and then at breakfast… when we run out of duck eggs… which I prefer because duck eggs are richer and yummier. As for me eating raw chicken meat, yes, I have eaten raw chicken meat and did find a good tasting chicken meat source, but raw beef just tastes way way better. I’d rather eat raw beef, raw goat, various raw fish, raw clams, raw water buffalo than eat raw chicken whose taste is at the bottom of my list.
My wife likes chicken, so she buys a lot of chicken for herself and the other kids.
Experiment with yourself, see what works and what doesn’t work.
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