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Number of Pages: 192
Publication Date: 2010
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Having trouble losing weight? You might simply be eating the wrong foods for your blood type!
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 B blood that include delicious, satisfying foods like roasted lamb, chef salad, fresh strawberries with yogurt, 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
Learn how to drop the pounds quickly when you eat the right foods for your type B blood.
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.
wyn3 Stars Out Of 5Eat foods that your bloodtype can metabolizeNovember 14, 2010wynQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4The premise of this series is an old idea from the 80's that each bloodtype has certain foods that it cannot digest efficiently. This inefficient metabolism means that the person puts on weight even if the food is considered a "healthy" food. I chose the Type B book. The author stuck to the topic and didn't introduce his website and supporting health items until the very last chapter which I appreciated. He explained his ideas clearly although definitely in male oriented examples but still, totally understandable to me. I was disappointed that he didn't have a chapter or even really a portion of a chapter on exercise but rather referred the reader to the main book. I liked that the books were available in individual bloodtype rather than having to buy a book that contained all of them and end up being overwhelmed with extraneous information. I tried his ideas and do feel better. The recipes at the back were doable except for the smoothies which included his blood specific protein powder. His lists of beneficial foods, neutral foods, and avoid foods were easy to follow and could be photocopied for carrying in my purse.