Blood Type Diet: A Celebration of Individuality

Door of  Many Mysteries

In attempt to heal my kidney stones  disease in natural way, I’ve been advised to carry out blood type diet according to my blood type and I had no choice, just followed the advice. I’ve been applying the diet so far and feel free to choose the various right foods according to Type B food chart. This style of diet really works for me and my family and friends as well.

Sometimes, I try to little bit break the rule and it doesn’t matter. I see some people follow the blood type diet and I see the diet is work for them; on the other hand, I see other people don’t carry out the diet and I know they get health problem. Keep in your mind that the goal of Blood Type Diet is to maximize your performance. This point is very important.

For me, the science of blood type diet has revealed already long time mystery about my health problems, such as food allergies, viral diseases, kidney stones, and myth hanging around coffee, teas, diary products, vegetarianism, and many other health  matters.

In the two  years since publication of the best seller Eat Right 4 Your Type in 1996, Dr. D’adamo, the author,  said that he have communicated with thousands of people during media appearance, on the Web, over the phone, by mail, at lectures, and in his office. Many of them have been curious, a few skeptic, and some true believers in the Blood Type Diet. In his Website, people share, with touching detail, their long efforts to find a key to a chronic illness or a battle with obesity (you can visit www.dadamo.com). He told that their stories have many common elements, but at the core they are unique and individual – just like the people themselves. He admitted that they have helped him appreciate more than ever before the countless variations among human beings.

Does the Blood Type Diet Work?

Dr.D’adamo said that he has learned from collecting thousands of certified medical results from readers and patients that the diet works  for nine out of ten people and that the more severe the problem, the faster it works. But the real question each person needs to ask is, ‘ Does it work for me?’ It is not as important to have a theory that works for everybody in a generic way as it to have a theory that takes into account individual variations.

It is not as important to have a theory that works for everybody in a generic way as it to have a theory that takes into account individual variations.

The Blood Type Diet is really about the expression of individuality. Properly understood, individuality becomes a powerful friend, allowing a deeper grasp of the whys and wherefores of a given medical or health condition. If individual variations are ignored or downplayed, they become roadblocks that devalue the very best science has to offer. So when you hear or read about a new scientific finding, always ask the question, ‘Are they talking about me?’


So when you hear or read about a new scientific finding, always ask the question, ‘Are they talking about me?’

How can you find out if the Blood Type Diet is right for you? First, you must be willing to change your mindset about food. We have all been conditioned to view food as one thing and medicine another. We are rarely asked to consider the multifaceted ways in which the food we eat affects every cell in our bodies. Because of this, it can be uncomfortable to grapple with new ideas like those presented in the Blood Type Diet. But when you consider that most of our current knowledge about human nutrition has been acquired in this century, you can see that we are only just beginning to understand the effect of foods on our body systems.

No Absolutes in Blood Type Diet

You should  have a point of view that no absolutes in the Blood Type Diet. This science has never been about rigid rules and regulations. Nor it is about superimposing an artificial set of values on the way you already live. Eating right for your blood type simply means following the ancient codes that are still imprinted in every cell of your body. Think of it as one of the ways you can celebrate the miracle of human individuality.