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Live Right 4 Your Type

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From the doctor who brought us the blood-type health craze that has swept the nation, here is new research that shows you how to live according to your blood type so that you can achieve total physical and emotional well-being.
Over a million readers have used the individualized blood-type diet solution developed by Dr. Peter J. D'Adamo to achieve their ideal weight. In th
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ebook, 400 pages
Published December 1st 2000 by Putnam Adult
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Wendy
Mar 22, 2011 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Although this book has a lot of scientific words, and is not very easy to understand, I found it very interesting and helpful. I do believe Dr. D'Adamo is onto something. The best parts are the testimonials that are sprinkled throughout the book from people who were really experiencing some painful and sometimes life-threatening symptoms, and then had a very quick turn-around in their overall health after eating the right foods for their blood type. Even if you just skim through this to get the ...more
Tracey
Oct 08, 2010 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Again, I found this book was great for me. Many do not believe foods, meds, etc, based on blood type can help/hurt your body. But, it does apply to me!
Kenneth
I'm not sure if the science is correct, but I've been mixing the recipes with the South Beach Diet recipes and do feel better. I do believe the idea our blood type has something to do with our diet has some validity.
Berlyn
Feb 20, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: read-again
excellent! now to just find out what blood type i actually am.... so i can apply this info... XD but i do believe it holds a lot of merit
Laurie
As others have said, unless you are well versed in the subjects of chemistry, food, and bodily functions, much of this book may go over your head. However, there is enough understandable information for those of us who require simpler descriptions to help us comprehend the importance of eating for our blood-type.

For the first time ever I now understand why I balk so much at the idea of not eating meat, and increasing in other foods my body reacts so badly to, whereas my husband can eat things I
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Elijah Christopher
Though I've been trying to limit the amount of books I give a five to, I could give no less to "Live Right 4 Your Type." This book was my first exposure to Dr.D'Adamo's work. I had not previously heard of him, and I'm not nearly far enough along in education to be considered a pre-med student, none the less, I found the book quite resourceful and full of valuable, organized information that can be essential to learning to optimize our health. Times are always changing of course, as well as healt ...more
Angela
Nov 10, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Though we are just beginning the avoidance of foods that are not good for our blood type, I am already feeling a difference. I have no health issues other than a bit tired in the afternoon. My daughter on the other hand has joint pain, gut issues, mood swings, a hard time focusing. We are excited to see how she does. I would encourage everyone to read this and give it a try if not for just a week.
Here are some examples for what it suggests...type a should avoid food like potatoes, bananas, toma
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Heidi
Jan 02, 2013 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I really like the concept, and I like the book of food lists. But the more I read by this guy, the more confused I get. In one place it says I'm supposed to have 2-3 servings of juice a day, and in another it says I really shouldn't have any juice other than lemon water in the morning. Same with red meat: in one book he says it's best avoided but is ok once a week or so, and in another it's absolute poison. Like I said in another review, this diet is best taken as loose guidelines rather than a ...more
Dawn
Apr 24, 2013 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I don't know about this. The concept of eating/avoiding certain foods b/c of your blood type is interesting, but I'm not sure about the science. In my personal, very non-scientific experience, I've found some of this advice to apply (I should avoid dairy) and some not so much (I should also avoid wheat). I had a very expensive acupuncturist base her diagnosis and advice on this book, which I kind of consider cheating. The book struck me as horoscope-ish in that you could say "oh yeah that's me" ...more
Janice
May 08, 2015 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
From the author of "Eat right for your type" this is a more in depth look at the health benefits for eating right for your type. There are testimonals from people who have experienced various health issues and testify that by simply changing their diet how they were able to rectify or lessen the effects of their health issues. Being 25 years old atm it really made me think that there is a better way to look after myself and to have a better quality of life in the long run.
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