Blood Type O can lead to
Peter D’Adamo, ND details his discoveries about the importance of strenuous exercise for blood type O’s in his book Eat Right 4 Your Type.
Recommendations for Blood Type O
If you are interested, you might like to read Dr. D’Adamo’s book Eat Right for Your Type or his latest Live Right for Your Type. An understanding of why some foods may be beneficial for your type while others are harmful can only be grasped by reading the book.
Dr. Jordan Rubin, as a medical professional and a leader in the healthcare world, displays both an incredible depth and breadth of health and nutrition knowledge in his book The Maker’s Diet.
His program is designed around attacking the “Three I’s” that have everything to do with the chronic diseases of today):
Dr. Rubin provides a lot of insight backed by studies and medical research in an easy to read, clear and completely understandable language. You will learn what most don’t have nearly enough understanding of: that much of today’s disease, even in areas that would seem unrelated, have everything to do with unhealthy and decimated GI tracts.
Dr. Rubin provides a full range of solutions that are, in the truest sense of the word, “holistic.” His 40-day program is broken into three two-week phases that are entirely sensible and proven to be easy to follow.
However, it can get confusing with all the diets out there. The Maker’s Diet is like a blood type O diet. Since about 44% of people are blood type O, a high percentage of people who do not know their blood type will be helped. It is also a diet for those who have a faster metabolism. For those who are not type O, they should experiment to see which type of diet they seem to do better with – one based upon their blood type, or their metabolism.
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