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Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at D'Adamo Personalized Nutrition.

Please note that we will be closing at 2:00 pm on Wednesday, Nov. 21, for the holiday weekend, and we will re-open on Monday, Nov. 26, at 9:00 am. Our website never sleeps, so you can browse, shop, and order online even though the office is closed. Orders received after 12 noon on the 21st will be processed and shipped on the 26th.

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Posted on: 27th Feb 2021


How to Navigate Thanksgiving on the Blood Type Diet

We celebrate Thanksgiving with many traditional dishes, including turkey, cranberry sauce and green bean casserole. With so much to prepare, it can be hard to ensure that you are cooking right for all blood types at the table. That's why we've created this guide featuring the most common Thanksgiving foods along with alternatives to some dishes [...]

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Thanksgiving Pie - Right 4 All Blood Types

Thanksgiving is a time to express gratitude and gather with family and friends for a hearty meal. However, the traditional feast would be incomplete without a classic pie. The dessert as we know it has gone a long way since its creation. Legend has it that early American settlers in New England used to bake [...]

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No-Corn Cornbread - Right 4 All Blood Types

Cornbread is a typical Thanksgiving family favorite, but what do you do when corn is an avoid on your Blood Type or GenoType Diet? You improvise, of course! Kristin O'Connor, co-author of our Eat Right for Your Type Personalized Cookbooks, designed this amazing cornmeal-free recipe that simulates the taste of cornbread. Whip up a [...]

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Thanksgiving Stuffing - Right 4 All Blood Types

Here is a wonderful, easy-to-make stuffing that can be effortlessly adapted to each blood type by swapping out spelt bread with an appropriate bread of your choice. You can also experiment with substituting different dried fruits, like cherries or prunes, which give an equally festive and tasty result.Ingredients: 8 slices whole grain or white spelt bread*2 [...]

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Elderberry & Immune Support

Elderberry has long been regarded as a food with incredible immune-supporting properties. But can this simple berry truly improve how your body responds to illness? If you’re talking about the influenza virus, a source of annual epidemics, the answer is a resounding “yes.” A placebo-controlled, double-blind study (the scientific gold standard) showed influenza B infected individuals [...]

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November Gratitude

As we roll into November, our thoughts turn to the Thanksgiving holiday and all it symbolizes. Enjoying the harvest and bounty of the season, sharing time with loved ones, appreciating all we have and giving thanks — for the people in our lives, the good fortune that we experience and for the blessings that have been [...]

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Influenza and The Blood Type Diet

“The flu” is a virus that is often misunderstood and misdiagnosed. People mistakenly label influenza, a variable infection, as everything from a stomach bug to the common cold. The most common forms of influenza are the A (both strains H1N1 and H3N2) and B varieties. These strains cause symptoms such as fevers (usually 100-103°F in [...]

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Golden Milk Latte - Right 4 All Blood Types

India is the home of turmeric, and the culture has long embraced both the flavor of the spice and its well-regarded medicinal properties. Today, turmeric is grown in subtropical regions across the world and is commonly used as a supplement due to its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant qualities. Curcumin, as the active ingredient in the turmeric [...]

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Leticia M. - Blood Type Diet Success Story

Blood Type O  I suffered from chronic sinus infections that would crop up 8-10 times a year. After the birth of my first son, these infections became even more acute. My sinus cavities were so full it felt like my entire head could explode from the pressure. Blowing my nose could never keep up with the [...]

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