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Souper Food Soup

Soup can be a soothing meal that warms your entire body. Instead of eating a heavy, cream-based soup that packs on the calories, why not have one that makes you healthier? Our featured recipe this month is just that, a soup that includes a trio of powerful superfoods: broccoli, kale and spinach, that makes for [...]

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Lectins & Blood Types

Understanding the way lectins work is paramount to understanding the positive impact the Blood Type Diet can have on you. But before exploring how lectins behave within your body, you have to understand what a lectin actually is. In the simplest of terms, a lectin is a type of protein that acts as a selective Velcro-like [...]

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The Blood Type Diet and Your Fridge

Have you ever opened your refrigerator door and stood in front of it dumbstruck, seeing plenty of food but not knowing what to eat? We've all been there, and know how awful it is. To help you solve this problem we are featuring a great “how-to” excerpt from the ER4YT Personalized Cookbook series entitled “Your [...]

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Jennifer S. - Blood Type Diet Success Story

I always ate organic, healthy food, stayed far away from fast food and worked out on a regular basis. Despite all my good habits, I was still developing breakouts on my skin and gaining weight. It never made sense to me. Things reached a critical and desperate point in October 2015 when I noticed new [...]

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Vegetarian Borscht

Borscht is an Eastern European soup, celebrated for its nourishing qualities. A winter staple, it is made with root vegetables, abundant at that time of year, and is inexpensive to put together. The flavor of Borscht is comforting and tangy and is best served warm with a dollop of sour cream. [...]

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Blood Type and Your Heart

Your blood type can influence your cardiovascular system in a variety of ways. There's a strong correlation between blood type and the ability to metabolize fats and oils. Blood type affects the thickness of the blood and reactivity of blood vessel walls. It also affects the body's chemical response to stress. Since stress is a [...]

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Baking Bases for the Blood Type Diet

Baking right for your blood type can be easy and fun. The key to success is to be prepared and plan ahead. One way to do this is to make a triple batch of a right for your type baking mix long before you ever plan on baking. Keep it handy in a [...]

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Blanca D. - Blood Type Diet Success Story

After I turned 40, I had a variety of health problems and I weighed 210 pounds. I had many food restrictions, and had stopped eating seafood because of dizziness and terrible stomach pains. When I heard about the Blood Type Diet in February 2009, I was worried that my food restrictions as a Type A [...]

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Blood Type Diet Breakfast Smoothie

Eating breakfast in the morning can be challenging for people on the go. Our right for each blood type smoothies are a great way to start the day, and they are part of the 10-Day Blood Type Challenge. They are filled with Beneficial ingredients, assist in cleansing and detoxing, and they taste delicious. Additionally, they [...]

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Kelly R. - Blood Type Diet Success Story

I was encouraged to get my annual lab work done by my medical provider, and when the results came back, the email notification said, “Make an appointment to see your primary care physician.” Uh oh. When I went to see my doctor a few days later, he told me he was very concerned. Things were “not [...]

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