Thank you very much for this useful reply.
I have no idea what blood group I have, I'll look into that.
Currently my diet consists of brown rice, quinoa, millet which are all cooked almost twice as long as recommended for other people. If I cook my grains any shorter I get stings in my upper left abdomen (this is NOT where the ulcer is)
In addition to the grains, I eat spinach, Celery and endive. these vegetables are also very thoroughly cooked.
Recently, I have been trying to add a little bit of bio extra vierge olive oil or flax seed oil sprinkled over my food. however I cannot eat more than 3 grams, because my stomach lining does not tolerate this.
Hydrolyzed protein Is a good idea! I'll see if I can find some hydrolyzed beef protein.
Dr wilson says that the longer you cook your meat, the more difficult to digest it becomes. would this be different under low temperature? and what would low temperature be? Does this mean I should prepare my chicken in water below boiling point for a long time?(what about bacteria?)