As far as the blood type diet, I've read the book after a friend urged me to do so and I think the way it is written anyone will find things that fit just by matter of statistical chance. I don't think it is helpful or useful nor based in scientific research.
Sometimes self-experimentation (as systematic as possible, trying to isolate possible causes for probems one by one) is the best approach in the long run. For instance if someone has a problem with dairy find out what it is about dairy: the fat in it, the protein in it, the hormones in it, the fact that it is pasteurized rather than raw, the fact that it has lactose in it etc.
As far as meat, if you can tolerate several kinds well it's easy to avoid the ones that are not comfortable to eat. The grain-fed vs. pasture-fed issue is huge for me, while others may not notice a difference.
You can talk to God all you want and that's great, but the changes happen when you start listening to him.
BE THE CHANGE YOU WANT TO SEE IN OTHERS.
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