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The blood type diet

Sunday, November 10, 2013

I've being hearing alot about the blood type diet or Eat right for your type. I've being hearing alot of reviews about it and people are saying that people has had really good results with it. So I decided to look it up since I'm in desperate need of ways to lose my last 11 lbs. This diet gives you an entire list of foods you need to completely avoid e.g cow's milk(including skimmed milk), all types of bread, lentils, sprouts and even cucumber. I wanted to follow it but not now that I've read about it. It's waaayyyy too restrictive.
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  • X_MONICA_X
    Great to hear that! emoticon

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    2193 days ago
  • LILLEAN
    I too Monica am A "O" type and looking at the diet I realized that It wont last me long term so I prefer listening to my body like you said and staying focus trying to make my food choices as healthy as possible.
    2194 days ago
  • no profile photo INDORTY
    I have to agree with Monica. When I listen more to my body that my mind I get a lot further in the weight loss journey. My mind tells me to eat all the time & doesn't give the body a chance to speak up, so I need to tell my mind to shut up & shut my mouth. Every time I operate like that I have great success BUT sometimes I forget & let the mind take over. It is a daily conscious effort to keep going.

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    2194 days ago
  • X_MONICA_X
    I've got that book and tried following the Blood Type "O" diet and I only lasted 2 weeks on it. I now listen to my body not my mind. My body will tell me if something isn't good for me and I follow that advice. I don't go by diet books anymore. I've tried different ones and always the same results. I just eat healthy, get inspired, exercise and read SparkPeople's health and fitness articles to keep me on track to reach my realistic goals. I heard to lose the last bit of weight, change up your routine of exercising and keep your muscles guessing. Never keep doing the same exercises.

    Good luck on your journey! emoticon
    2194 days ago

    Comment edited on: 11/10/2013 6:53:37 PM
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