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  • Series: Food, Beverage and Supplement
  • Mass Market Paperback: 112 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley (January 8, 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0425183092
  • ISBN-13: 978-0425183090
  • Product Dimensions: 6.9 x 4.2 x 0.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (253 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,510 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Dr. Peter J. D'Adamo is a noted naturopathic physician, researcher, and lecturer, and the author of the revolutionary Eat Right series. His extensive research and clinical testing of the connection among blood type, health, and disease has garnered international recognition and led to groundbreaking work on many illnesses.

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The book was in great shape!
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This is a great reference piece to have and small enough to put in my purse while doing grocery shopping.
Cynthia Kittrell
This book contains very valuable information on eating according to your blood type.
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394 of 404 people found the following review helpful By Donald Mitchell HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 4, 2002
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I thought that Eat Right 4 Your Type was a breakthrough book for me. Eating that diet caused me to lose weight and feel better. When Live Right 4 Your Type came out, I was even happier because the book contains a lot of information concerning the scientific studies that form the basis of the recommendations.
Most of the people I eat with do not have Type O blood, and they set the menus. So unless I pay attention, my Type O needs are unmet. Basically, Type O people need to favor lean animal protein (avoiding pork), avoid dairy products (and take calcium supplements), have very little fat, stay far away from wheat, stop coffee, and watch anything that can make the body more acid.
Instinctively, this list made sense to me when I first saw it. The foods that I was supposed to avoid often made me feel ill, or have severe indigestion. But bread . . . oh, how I love bread. Dr. D'Adamo helped me realize that although I feel all right while eating bread, it really louses up my insulin levels so that I end up storing it as fat.
I expect that this book will help keep me on the straight and narrow (and away from that whole what bread that I love so much). I was recently reminded of the importance of this when I feared that New Year's eating would cause me to gain weight. Actually, although I overate with lots of meat, I also skipped bread for several days. My weight actually dropped. Pretty nice, eh!
If you know someone who has Type O blood and doesn't eat like this, do them a big favor and introduce them to Live Right 4 Your Type. After they have read and understood that book, this one will serve as a good carry companion.
The same ingredients can make nutritious food as fertilizer . . . or create an explosive that will kill. So get the right ingredients for your body, and use them in the right way!
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113 of 116 people found the following review helpful By A. Ryan on August 30, 2004
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So now that you've read Eat Right For Your Type and are familiar with the basic theories behind the blood type diets, you need a list that you can grab and take with you on those grocery shopping trips or for those dinners out where you may find menu items that you can't quite remember as either Recommended, Neutral, or Avoid. This is one of those pocket references that was made to be convenient for these situations if you happen to be a type O like me.

(If you haven't read the abovementioned book first, you should. It explains in detail the hows and whys of eating according to one's blood type - O, A, B, or AB - instead of the dictates of popular trends. Foods are divided into three lists for each blood type: Highly Recommended (foods that have some great benefit or another and act almost as medicine in your system), Neutral (basics that are neither highly beneficial nor bad), or Avoid (foods that you should avoid, either because they have a bad effect on your blood type's metabolism, immune system, digestion, etc). But back to the review...)

The format of this list book is divided into convenient chapters that each represent a food group, such as Ch.1, Meats and Poultry, Ch. 2, Seafood, Ch.3, Eggs and Dairy, Ch.4, Fats and Oils, and so on until we have categorized every type of common edible into 14 sections altogether. Each chapter also has a brief introductory essay explaining a few highlights of the lists that follow, such as why healthy veggies such as cauliflower and mustard greens ended up on the Avoid list for type Os and why kelp is on the Highly Recommended list. Most of the selections are not explained in detail however, so the reader must take these recommendations on faith.
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177 of 190 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 23, 2003
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I purchased this book fully intending to try this program; I also got a copy of the cookbook to accompany the program. For each blood type, they list foods as "Highly Beneficial" (food that acts like a medicine); "Neutral" (food that acts like a food); and "Avoid" (food that acts like a poison). What I discovered, however, was that there were numerous discrepancies in the food lists between the cookbook and the Food and Beverage (FB) list. Just two examples; for my blood type, the FB list shows cucumbers as a food to "Avoid"; while in the cookbook, it is listed as "Neutral". Pinto beans in the FB list are listed as "Avoid" while in the cookbook they are actually listed as "Highly Beneficial". The discrepancy is from one extreme to the other. These are just two discrepancies - how is one supposed to determine which one is right and begs to question how reliable the rest of the information in the book may be.
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56 of 63 people found the following review helpful By S. Turner on September 17, 2005
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If you have already purchased the book "Eat Right 4 Your Type" you won't need this supplement as all the info is right there.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Thomas D. Kehoe on July 17, 2003
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This is an inexpensive, pocket-sized paperback that tells blood Type O individuals what we should and shouldn't eat. You can easily take this to a food store. This is exactly what I wanted, after reading the original book. In contrast, I don't recommend "Cook Right For Your Type" (see my review).
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Review by Thomas David Kehoe, author of "Hearts and Minds: How Our Brains Are Hardwired for Relationships."
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