Eat Right for Blood Type A: Individual Food, Drink and Supplement lists

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Penguin Books Limited, Jan 6, 2011 - Health & Fitness - 112 pages
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The Eat Right 4 Your Type portable and personal blood type guide to staying healthy and achieving your ideal weight.

It's science! Different blood types mean different body chemistries. Eating foods that your blood type can process easily can help you lose weight and ward off illness - as well as giving you bags of energy.

Based on your genetic make-up, EAT RIGHT 4 YOUR BLOOD TYPE means eating foods that are compatible with your individual chemistry. If your blood type is A, then you will enjoy your best health on a vegetarian diet.

Carry this handy checklist with you wherever you go, so you can make the right food choices in the supermarket, while eating out or on holiday. Inside are complete listings of what's right for Type A in all of the main food, drink and supplement categories, so you can avoid putting on those extra pounds or feeling unwell from eating the wrong thing.

Soon you'll be on your way to developing the perfect prescription plan for your type. The EAT RIGHT 4 YOUR TYPE portable and personal blood type guide to staying healthy and achieving your ideal weight.

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User Review  - kaulsu - LibraryThing

What a colossal waste of reading time. But, on the other hand (she had warts), a great list of herbs, grains, supplements, and food groups. Seriously folks, I don't think papaya is a tropical fruit I am willing to give up! Read full review

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“Eat Right For Your Type” is a book that has crossed my path a few times, so I decided to read it. Author Dr. Peter J. D’Adamo is the doctor who helped develop the idea that different blood types ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Dr Peter J. D'Adamo is a renowned naturopathic physician, researcher, and lecturer. Chosen as a Physician of the Year in 1990 by the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians, Dr D'Adamo is also the founder of The Journal of Naturopathic Medicine and frequently contributes articles to medical journals. His series of books have been translated into over 65 languages. He has been named the Most Intriguing Health Author of 1999, and his first book Eat Right 4 Your Type was voted one of the "Ten Most Influential Health Books of All Time" by industry analysts.

Catherine Whitney has co-written many best-selling books on health and medicine.

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