* Protein Lectins negatively affect Blood Antigens in some Blood Types.
* If you consume the unhealthy foods and beverages for your blood type, these symptoms or health issues can occur.
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* Components Contains Lectin or other Agglutinin,
-- Lectins are a large category of carbohydrate-binding proteins that are a group of proteins essential to our innate immune systems; however, they are hard to digest, which can overfeed certain species of gut bacteria and cause gut dysbiosis and a variety of health conditions, such as contributing to development of a leaky gut.
-- Agglutinins (wheat germs Agglutinin, kidney bean Lectin, and soy Lectin are examples of Agglutinins) these proteins enter the body and interact strongly with the immune system, typically stimulating inflammation and the negatively affecting the immune system.
-- Consuming foods containing Lectins or Agglutinins that are disagreeable with our body's specific blood type can produce unhealthy results.
-- Are inflamed plaques on the insides of arteries. Atheromas are the hallmark of a cardiovascular disease called atherosclerosis, a primary risk factor for heart attack and stroke.
* Metabolic inhibitor
-- Is thelack of or insufficient absorption and transport of dietary proteins.
* Enhances effect of other food toxins
-- These are foods that are disagreeable with specific blood type increases effect of toxins contained within food or beverage that are absorbed into the body.
* Inhibits proper gastric function or blocks assimilation
-- Is an unhealthy digestive and elimination process due to foods that are incompatible with blood antigens.
* Flocculates serum or precipitates serum proteins
-- Proteins can leach out of the serum not utilized where needed and can cause clumping that can lead to pathology, or inflammation.
* Secretory insufficiency
-- Indicates lower levels of digestive enzymes or other secretions produced in the intestinal track by certain individuals when the food is ingested.
* Induces dysbiosis
-- Is a microbial imbalance or maladaptation on or inside the body, such as an impaired microbiota in the intestines such as leaky gut. Typical the western diet is a primary cause of dysbiosis in intenstines.
* Increases Polyamine or Indican levels
-- High levels of Polyamines are toxic; increased Polyamine levels are coupled with increased cell proliferation and contribute to digestive problems and weight.
-- Elevated Indican levels are high with diarrhea and a sure indicator for the poor breakdown of proteins accompanied by gastrointestinal permeability "leaky gut."
Indican is a by-product of putrefaction (protein degradation.) High urinary Indican is likely to be elevated concerns the hypochlorhydria (low stomach acid production), and inhibits peristaltic movement (involuntary muscular motion that move food through your bowel) and poor production of digestive bile secretions from the gall bladder and liver.