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11/15/10 12:59 A

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Yes, I have. I own both the blood type and the Geno-type books. I wish for more details of why one food is better than another for a type, as research shows the explanations behind the lists. I did not start to lose weight until I practiced the dominating list for the Geno list in my type. I am extremely sensitive to so many things that ‘Inflammation Factory’ could have been my Spark nickname. Both my nutritional specialist and my endocrinologist do not ‘believe’ in Dr D’Adamo’s theories. I will have to prove it to myself and let them see my results.

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11/10/10 10:24 P

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The theory is that some foods act as medicine for our bodies, some act as food and others act as poisins in our system depending on our blood type. It may not be 100% of the answer to what we should be eating but I think it goes a long way toward being a healthy way of eating.

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11/10/10 10:20 P

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I only heard about it but not sure how it is and I have not read the book either but if you are feeling better after following it then I say go for it.

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ILLINITEACHER52 Posts: 7,256
11/10/10 5:44 P

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YES!!! I think that after following it for a few months you can listen to your body and it will tell you what you still need to avoid at all costs. It made sense to me as an O blood type that I already knew I needed to avoid corn and peanuts and dairy so I decided to go wheat and gluten free too. It made a big difference. There are some minor things that don't seem to bother me but I know that if I want to keep my immune system strong I avoid the big 4 at all costs. I was asked today how I stay healthy when everyone around me is getting sick. (I always wonder if they REALLY want to know. How would you answer them? For some I let them borrow my book, but others just think it is a crazy scheme.)

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11/10/10 5:08 P

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I have been gf for a few months and feel great. I noticed that every few days I would feel fatigued and bloated. I examined my diet and found that I am sensitive to dairy, corn, potatoes and coconut. I was looking thru a friend's copy of 'Eating Right for Your Blood Type' and all of my sensitivities were in the avoid category for type O. A year ago I would have dismissed this book as hocus pocus. But, I would have also thought it would be crazy to think gluten caused my dad's small intestinal cancer and all of my health problems. I am becoming more open minded.

Has anyone else found the blood type diet helpful? I am considering following it. There are a lot of restrictions so I am hesitant.

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