Eat Right for Your Blood Type Diet

previous topic · next topic
CJT1217

Joined: Sep 11
Posts: 224

      quote  
Posted: 30 Jan 2013, 12:13
So has anyone heard much about the Eat Right for Your Type eating approach? It's consists of a diet based on one's blood type. Interestingly enough, it explains what I've already figured out on my own for my own body. Being a blood type O, it explains eating natural foods with animal proteins as a focus works most efficiently. So this way of eating actually hits the mark for me. But I wonder if there is anyone else with any experience with this?

Here's a quick read from webmd Eat Right For Your Type
Stay the course, stay on point, stay motivated, dedicated, and you won't be stopped. Discipline. Perseverance. Focus. Dig deep and you will be victorious.
eKatherine

Joined: Aug 12
Posts: 1,286

      quote  
Posted: 30 Jan 2013, 13:28
This has been around for many years. The science behind it is really slim.
thynes

Joined: Mar 11
Posts: 216

      quote  
Posted: 30 Jan 2013, 14:32
Both my mom and sister tried it(my sister converted to it from Adtkins) and also being type O it worked for them quite well. I didn't even try is... I'm type A and there's just no way I could follow it.
mrspackrat

Joined: Aug 10
Posts: 657

      quote  
Posted: 30 Jan 2013, 14:34
Both my sister and I tried it for a while. Neither of us had success.
CJT1217

Joined: Sep 11
Posts: 224

      quote  
Posted: 30 Jan 2013, 14:39
Ahhh ok. I'm always interested in things that are outside the box so I thought it would definitely be interesting to hear about folk's own personal experiences.

I value tried and true methods more so than what we're told to believe is what's right for us. So thank you for sharing your experiences.
Stay the course, stay on point, stay motivated, dedicated, and you won't be stopped. Discipline. Perseverance. Focus. Dig deep and you will be victorious.



Forum Search
Advanced forum search


Latest Posts

Scales at home
I finally got a new scale that matches the doctor's office exactly. I would just use the weight on the scale at home and know that the doctor's office will show more OR get a new scale - but it ...
by Fritzy 22 on 23 Apr 18 06:28 PM
Climbing my way out of a very deep sorrow
Losing weight is so hard, even when life is going perfectly. My hat's off to all of you who soldier on through life's trials and tribulations.
by ValerieJN on 23 Apr 18 10:57 AM
BMR with activity factor
“Technically” yes. 1400 calories is a good number for you to start with. We don’t know how much you actually burn. The number FS gives you is approximation and it tends to be on the high side. Still with ...
by Ingria on 21 Apr 18 04:49 PM
Calories
You are very welcome. I'm glad you got the answer to your question.
by teskandar on 21 Apr 18 04:02 PM
Carbs
How many carbs do you need aday
by nanapapyll82 on 21 Apr 18 09:57 AM