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Dr. Peter D'Adamo

"D'Adamo's engaging writing style, enthusiasm for his subject and personalized advice will appeal to those who enjoy taking a hands-on approach to their health and exploring new theories." --Publisher's Weekly



"Dr. D'Adamo is the most amazing healer I know. He has the most advanced natural healing methods incorporating age-old techniques in a very thoughtful way. His knowledge on how the body functions is incredible!" --Tommy Hilfiger, Fashion Designer



"With The GenoType Diet Peter D'Adamo is taking it one level past where most of us stop. He has a virtually encyclopedic knowledge of this topic." --Mehmet Oz MD



"I am afraid that Peter's merits are not estimated enough in the scientific world. Therefore it seems to me necessary, not only to promote his concept here in Europe, but also to tell him that I acknowledge him as one of the most creative scientists in the Western world." - Professor Gerhard Uhlenbruck, PhD, MD (leading lectin scientist)



"Dr. Peter D'Adamo is a giant in the field of naturopathic and integrative medicine, and he has made transformational changes in the way thousands of doctors treat their patients. He has taught them to better manage and reduce patient's risk for various chronic health conditions." - David Brady, ND, DC, Vice Provost for Health Sciences, University of Bridgeport

Peter D'Adamo is a naturopathic physician who is also an author, researcher-educator, Ivesian, amateur horologist, budding software developer and air-cooled enthusiast. He is considered a world expert in glycobiology, principally the ABO (ABH) blood groups and the secretor (FUT2) polymorphisms. He is currently a Distinguished Professor of Clincial Sciences at the University of Bridgeport Connecticut.

In 1990 Dr. D'Adamo was awarded Physician of the Year by The American Association of Naturopathic Physicians. He is Adjunct Clinical Professor for both the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, Tempe AZ, and the National College of Naturopathic Medicine, Portland OR.

Dr. D'Adamo is the chief science advisor and head formulator at D'Adamo Personalized Nutrition.

In 2001 Dr. D'Adamo founded the Institute for Human Individuality (IfHI). In 2003 he instigated the first IfHI biannual conference and certification, at which he was the keynote speaker. These conferences, which have attracted the best and brightest minds in nutritional genomics, have continued through 2005, 2007, 2009 and 2011.

Dr. D'Adamo is currently developing several new bioinformatics tools. His best known projects and most popular projects are DataPunk, a semantic accumulator and network designer for naturopathic knowledge; QuodLibet, a molecular pathway analytic tool that uses graph theory and social networking algorithms; and SWAMI, a program that devises complex one-of-a-kind health protocols for individuals. He is currently writing a program called HUNCH, which allows clinicians to apply semiotic principles to charting case histories.

Dr. D'Adamo teaches Generative Medicine I-II and Introduction to Biochemical Individuality at the University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Medicine and supervises a specialized clinic shift in personalized medicine. He is the Director of the new University of Bridgeport Center of Excellence in Generative Medicine

In 1996 Dr. D'Adamo wrote the NY Times Bestseller Eat Right For Your Type.

From his father, renowned naturopath Dr. Peter J. D'Adamo inherited the notion that people of different blood types do better on certain diets. Years of validating and synthesizing the science behind the idea culminated in the 1996 award-winning book Eat Right 4 Your Type. The bestseller was followed by a series of books on the connections between blood type and many of our nation's most serious health problems, including diabetes, cancer and heart disease.

Then in 2007, Dr. D'Adamo published The GenoType Diet, offering a therapeutic series of diets for six different genotypes. Building on blood type, the book explores the concept of epigenetics - the way in which our genes respond to our environment and create differences that we then pass along to our children. Recently, Dr. D'Adamo has developed a software program that generates a personalized, unique diet for each of his patients.