Joseph Christiano's Bloodtype Diet A: A custom eating plan for losing weight, fighting disease & staying healthy for people with Type A Bl - eBook
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Publication Date: 2010
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Your blood type determines which foods are right for you and is pivotal to weight loss success. This is why different people can have such different results with the same diet.
Which foods are right for you? This book makes it easy to put together meal plans for type A blood that include delicious, satisfying foods like cheese omelets, roasted Cornish hen, delicious fruit smoothies, and more with customized recommendations for:
- Meats, poultry, and seafood
- Oils and fats
- Dairy and eggs
- Breads, grains, and pastas
- Fruits, vegetables, and juices
- Spices and condiments
Joseph Christiano, ND, CNC, a naturopathic doctor and certified nutritional counselor, has spent forty years developing individualized diet and exercise programs for Hollywood celebrities. Trainer of Miss America, Miss USA and Mrs. America pageant winners, Joseph is a former Mr. Florida and award-winner in the Mr. America bodybuilding championships. Often seen on television promoting health and wellness to millions, Christiano has authored several books including Bloodtypes, Bodytypes, and You, Never Go Back, and My Body, Gods Temple. As founder of Dump the Junk America, Dr. Joe has developed a nationwide campaign for helping kids with obesity and related illnesses and poor academics.