Protein Lectins Positive or Negative CAN Destroy or Improve Your Health
PART 1 -


Worse than Gluten, Lectins are abundant and diverse proteins found in foods that have agglutinating properties that affect our blood.

A chemical reaction occurs between our blood and the foods that we eat. This reaction is part of our genetic inheritance and is due to lectins.

Lectins are blood type specific and the lectins in a food will affect one blood type whilst not affecting another.

Many food lectins have characteristics that are close enough to a certain blood type antigen to make it an enemy to another blood type antigen.
For example, milk has B like qualities, if a person with type A blood drinks milk, (which is damaging to their health) the digestive system will immediately start the agglutination process in order to reject it, which can contribute and cause numerous digestive and elimination ailments sinus mucus problems, stomach irritations, addictions, joint ailments, which also effect the type O blood. Also, eggs are a poor protein source for "O" Blood type.

Here is an example of how a lectin agglutinates in the body.


Let's say a type A person drinks a glass of milk. The milk is digested in the stomach through the process of acid hydrolysis. However, the lectin protein is resistant to acid hydrolysis. It doesn't get digested, but stays intact. It may interact directly with the lining of the stomach or intestinal tract, or it may get absorbed into the blood stream 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 is seen as an enemy and literally has a magnetic effect on the cells in that region.
It clumps together with other cells which are all targeted for destruction, as if 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 to name just a few of the effects.

Lectins are not altered by digestive enzymes, and may alter gut permeability.

Dairy foods are poorly digested and provoke insulin reactions in A blood type. Avoid all processed meats -nitrates promote stomach cancer in persons having low levels of stomach acid - the blood type A. Limit Wheat as it causes mass accumulation of mucus in A type. Bananas interfere with digestion and can lead to digestive and elimination ailments.

PART 2 -

WORSE Than GLUTEN, PROTEIN LECTINS CAN DESTROY or Improve Your Health.

Lectins are abundant and diverse proteins found in foods that have agglutinating properties that affect our blood.

A chemical reaction occurs between our blood and the foods that we eat. This reaction is part of our genetic inheritance and is due to lectins.

Lectins are blood type specific and the lectins in a food will affect one blood type whilst not affecting another.

Many food lectins have characteristics that are close enough to a certain blood type antigen to make it an enemy to another blood type antigen.

For example, milk has B like qualities, if a person with type A blood drinks milk or cosumes any dairy, which is damaging to their health, the digestive system will immediately start the agglutination process in order to reject it, which can contribute and cause numerous digestive and elimination ailments i.e.: sinus / mucus problems, stomach irritations, addictions, and Joint problems that can effect the type A and O blood.

Eggs are a poor protein source for the "O" Blood type.

Complete detail list and extra information available for all four blood types A,B,O,AB.

Here is an example of how a lectin agglutinates in the body.
Let's say a type A person drinks a glass of milk.
The milk is digested in the stomach through the process of acid hydrolysis. However, the lectin protein is resistant to acid hydrolysis.
It doesn't get digested, instead,it stays intact. It may interact directly with the lining of the stomach or intestinal tract, or it may get absorbed into the blood stream 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 is seen as an enemy and literally has a magnetic effect on the cells in that region.

It clumps together with other cells which are all targeted for destruction, as if 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 to name just a few of the effects.

Lectins are not altered by digestive enzymes, and may alter gut permeability.

Dairy foods are poorly digested and provoke insulin reactions in blood type A. Avoid all processed meats -nitrates promote stomach cancer in persons having low levels of stomach acid - the blood type A. Limit Wheat as it causes mass accumulation of mucus in A type. Bananas interfere with digestion and can lead to digestive and elimination ailments.

PART 3 -

INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT LECTINS

Lectins (specialized proteins found in food) were first described in 1888 by Peter Hermann Stillmark working with castor bean extracts. He found that many members of the lectinic protein family agglutinate (clump together) red blood cells.

Further research was done by Paul Ehrlich a German physician and scientist who worked in the fields of haematology, immunology, and chemotherapy.
Ehrlich, considered to be the father of immunology, has shown that feeding small amounts of lectin containing seeds to rabbits caused partial immunity to the toxicity demonstrating lectins are also antigenic (able to induce antigen antibody reactions.)

Lectins purified are used to determine one's blood type (ABO).

Lectins from the castor bean (Ricin) are highly toxic and can kill if ingested in even small amounts. An infinitesimally small amount of Ricin can swiftly convert the body's red blood cells into large clots which block the arteries resulting in death.

High levels of lectins may be found in grains and wheat, cereals, pulses, legumes, nuts, beans dairy and plants in the nightshade family (tomatoes, potatoes, eggplant).

Nuts for example a high in lectins hence the high number of allergic reactions to nuts.

Blood type B must rarely consume nuts and nut butter and when they do only a few are allowed, all the other nuts are exceptionally harmful. Chicken is poison - agglutinating lectins attack the blood stream and can potentially lead to strokes and immune disorders.

Many other foods contain lectins but are less well studied and the amounts of lectins present are not thought to be as high or as potentially toxic.

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