(Closed) Blood type diet?

posted 7 years ago in Fitness
Post # 3
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Busy Beekeeper

My jeweler was on this and lost a ton of weight.  He said he had no idea how reactive his body was to certain types of food.  It really worked well, in his case.

I looked into it – I’m type A and there’s no way I’d be happy on a vegetarian diet or feel I need to be.

Honestly – (at least what makes the most sense for me) – trying to eat more natuarally – meaning, the way nature made the food, seems to work for all blood types.  I don’t doubt there are some people this works for – but, I don’t think it’s universal to everyone.  When I really looked at what I ate – there was a lot of processed foods that I needed to substitue for veggies and fruit.  When I eat that way (even with quite a bit of meat) I can lean up and lose weight.  It’s staying away from the candy and sugar, that’s the challenge for me!!

When I’ve sworn off a lot of processed carbs and sugar (fried foods, etc.), I lose weight.  Overall, I do think a balanced diet is best… I think you have to experiement with yourself and see what works for you.

Post # 3
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

Weird! I’ve never heard of this diet before… I guess it makes sense to a point.

Post # 5
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

@melodicsighs1: Im assuming maybe gluten is where the wheat goes wrong…  you rarely find 100% wheat products, it’s usually bound by the bad stuff that makes it taste better.

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