I'm confused about the contents of the book. A co-worker and I both have this book. SAME copywrite date, but the lists are different! For example, mine for type O person says oatmeat is on the avoid list .... but his book says it's on the neutral list. Who has the correct book and why are there two versions of Eat Right 4 Your Type?
Chris, I ran into the same situation with my friend and her book. Whosever book is newer chances are that is the more correct book. They also have different publishing companies and well mistakes do get made, by one or the other or both. I found it to be very confusing and frustrating. I sent an e-mail to them and they sent me a page to check out.
I'm not sure if it will allow you to click and go, but this page has a large list of foods that you can click on a food and it will tell you which blood type can have it. Secretor or non secretor having it (that is what is the main change, they had done more investigating on the secretor thing). It also does give you some charts of intakes, fats and so on. There is a chart in there on if it has antioxadents, glycern, allergens and other things. Pretty cool page. Hope this may be of some help for you, it was for me.
Hello Jennifer I've just discovered this book by Dr. D'adamo. I have "O" type.......... what is 'typebase4'??? I copied and pasted the link, now trying to find out to which list this refers. can you clarify the 'blood type' here? Thank you MB
Hope I am understanding you correctly... The typebase4 is the most updated list of foods. You can click a food, like pork, and it takes you to a page that has all the info about it. All blood types are on the page and will tell you if you can or cannot have it. It also has on there other info like good with protien, pottasium, calcium and so on.
this is great. the weblink you provided is 'full' of info, and i'm a bit overwhelmed after getting the 'blood type test' and suddenly having to interpret an entire 'new' language and terminology. thank you for your help!!! i wasn't sure if ''typebase 4'' referred to a particular 'blood type' [like 'o'] ... and i became confused... if you'd like to continue this, feel free to reply to firstname.lastname@example.org or here, whichever you prefer. Thanks again for this help Jennifer mb