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... how did he come up with the various lists of foods for different blood types? ... (12 replies)
... feel much better physically and more satisfied to eat some kind of lean meat. I'm also more sensitive to sweets. In the past, I could eat some kind of sweet junk food and not feel bad, but now, I definitely feel tired after having too much sugar! ... (12 replies)
Food for o+
Oct 19, 2010
... what kind of food and drink do u administer for aperson with blood type o+ (3 replies)

... A long time ago I read "The Blood Type Diet" and it recommended that I eat a lot of meat. That was the main recommendation and it was supposed to be good for my health. ... (1 replies)
... advocates eating from only one food group. Well, first, there is a different between "groups of food" and "food groups". But, again, the blood type plan does not advocate eliminating entire food groups for most people. And it certainly does not advocate eating only from one food group. ... (22 replies)
... He states that the A blood type evolved from type O. ... (8 replies)
... the book Eat Right for your Type, the diet based on blood types. ... (8 replies)
Blood type diet
Feb 17, 2004
... The blood type diet works because it advocates small portions of nutritious food, no junk food, and exercise. Beyond that, it's all speculation. ... (10 replies)
... I started this thread a little over a year ago and things have changed since then. At the beginning of this year I started, "Eat Right 4 Your Blood Type". And guess what. I'm blood type O and cauliflower is one of the foods I am to avoid. ... (13 replies)
... was recommended in the book, "Eat Right For Your Type", for those who are sensitive to whole wheat, corn and other grains. That was listed as the best item for blood type O. Then they have a few items listed as "neutral". ... (11 replies)
Food for o+
Oct 21, 2010
... Oh boy. (3 replies)
Food for o+
Oct 21, 2010
... According to this book, everyone is supposed to eat certain foods based on their blood type. ... (3 replies)
... I have actually attempted to eat paleo for a few days but found myself overloading on food without feeling full. ... (6 replies)
The ideal diet
Jul 19, 2009
... We are in a sort or war in America today, We just get so hit over and over again with false adverting and claims on food boxes, this is making us overweight and when we go to try to loose the pounds just more adverts on how we should do that. ... (38 replies)
... frozen food which I used to eat. I find there is usually something missing from my diet which makes me splurge on a box of donuts every few weeks. ... (5 replies)
Paleo Diet
May 14, 2005
... My blood type is O. I have mixed feelings about the blood type diet. ... (18 replies)
... Hi ramsemonius, that's a good question. I've been eating organic where possible and as fresh as possible foods for 5 years now, and only blood type food for the last 2. I changed city two years ago and the food I'm eating now probably isn't as fresh as before. ... (7 replies)
... Do you think the fact you are feeling so much better might be due to the simple fact that you are eating more healthier foods, irrespective of blood type specifics? ... (7 replies)
... hould be pretty obvious. There is another school of thought that says larger groups have latent sensitivities, sort of a mild Celiac condition. For instance, the blood type diet theory says people with type O blood do not benefit at all from any wheat products. That is just a theory, however. ... (3 replies)
... thing. For years I have never been able to eat carbos. I bloat, gain weight, crave sweets, whenever I eat carbos including complex ones. I had been so sure I was Type O and this was consistent with the "4 your type" diet. ... (5 replies)




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