Re: [pfaf] Our physiology, determines what we eat.
- I have found a lot of really god info on B12 at the Blood Type site, on
the message boards.
Lots of people do their own fermented foods, which are high in B12. It is
of great interest to the Blood type Os, who are supposed to avoid vinegar,
but can eat naturally fermented foods, like certain kinds of pickled
vegetables. Interestingly, many of these are Japanese-style pickles--
since vegetarianism is common there, it is a really good way to supplement
B12, and also other nutrients.
You can go to the site and do a google search for "fermented foods- B12"
and probably get some hits. Also he has a data base of foods on the site
with all the food values (protein etc but also vitamins) and a data base
of recipes, which should include some pickled veggies.
> Any time a vitamin or mineral is added to a food, it is almost always
> (man-made) unless it specifically says that it's from dehydrated
> foodsÂ .Â I'm a
> naturalist and I believe with all my heart that natural food (like our
> great-grandparents ate before scientists started messing with genetics) is
> best thing to consume, and that man-made food (and supplements) can cause
> kinds of problems in your body and degenerative diseases...they won't kill
> immediately when you consume them, but they will eventually cause some
> kind of
> problem in your body, especially if you consume them on a regular basis.Â
> cancer (I've read) takes about 20 years to manifest itself enough so that
> know you have it.
> Â Â Â Â You live in Croatia?Â Do you like it?
> From: Peter Ellis <peter.ellis@...>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Tue, May 3, 2011 12:02:59 PM
> Subject: Re: [pfaf] Our physiology, determines what we eat.
> Hey Gail ! You've started something now !Â That website goes further
> The Wikipaedia article seemed to think there was a comprehensive range of
> group vitamins in Marmite and that because yeast didn't contain B12, it
> added, although I didn't see anything about it being synthetic. Is there
> practical difference between synthetic and natural Vitamin B12 from a
> nutritional position?
> I do eat a very wide and deliberately varied diet, though. Muesli with
> and honey for breakfast, with raw carrot for snacks, makes me feel less
> when I have a fry up! I also take a range of supplements ranging from the
> aspirin, through Gingko Biloba, Cod Liver Oil capsules and Glucosamine
> I use a lot of garlic and onion in cooking, which all helps the old
> Gail Lloyd wrote:
>>I think it's great that you're in such good health in spite of smoking -
>>an anatomical wonder!
>>Vegemite and Marmite do have B vit's, though they'reÂ synthetic vit's
>>Answers.com).Â Â They do not contain vit B12, per wikipedia (unless
>> they've added
>>it since the article was published, orÂ wikipedia isÂ misinformed), and
>>contains color & flavors.Â In any case, to get your vit B12Â from
>>sources, you should eat meat, fish,Â eggs, or dairy.
>>I thought the info at http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/Vegemite%c3%82%c2%a0on
>>was extremely entertaining.
- By the pic, it looks like the malaysian local fruit - chichu whose seeds look exactly the same & it's sweet & well liked by many.On Tue, May 17, 2011 at 9:51 PM, Javier Cosp <jcosp@...> wrote: