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Posted on: 27th Feb 2021


The Fifty-Year Fad Diet

Photo by Myrna WeinreichReflections from Dr. D’Adamo on five decades of shape-shifting nutritional guidelinesThe Dunning-Kruger effect is a type of cognitive bias in which people believe that they are smarter and more capable than they really are. In a nutshell, ignorant people do not possess the skills needed to recognize their own incompetence. Almost everyone who [...]

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Bugs and Blood Types

From my very first book,  Eat Right for Your Type, I’ve written about the mysterious connection between the ABO blood types and the makeup of the microbial world inside our bodies, also known as the ‘microbiome.’ As evidence increasingly arrives linking dysbiosis (the pathological imbalance of our flora) with diseases and disorders ranging from cancer to [...]

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Security Blitz: A Report from the Field

As I write this, my immediate surroundings appear exclusively populated with a bevy of sneezing, throat clearing, nose blowing and coughing troglodytes that in earlier times I was once able to recognize as friends, students and colleagues. Yes, it's that time of year. Post-holiday letdowns. Forced hot air heating. Exercise interregnums. Outdoor temperature oscillations. All seem [...]

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An Energy Tune-Up for the New Year

Automobiles burn gasoline for energy. Humans burn sugars. And if you’ve ever driven a car, you know safe driving requires checking a few key instruments, main among them, your fuel gauge and speedometer. Ignoring information from either display can be dangerous. And the feedback provided will improve your driving. If your fuel gauge is at “empty,” [...]

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Holiday Health: 8 Tips for Surviving this Season with the Blood Type Diet

You've been eating right for your type, and you're actively working towards your health goals. You've lost weight, have more energy and your skin has cleared up. Nevertheless, here come the holidays. Although it's an exciting time to celebrate with family and friends, you'll inevitably experience some seasonal stress. Even happy stress is still stress. [...]

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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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Best Ways to Personalize Your Diet for Stress Management

Whether it stems from an argument, a bad day at work, or being stuck in traffic, we all know what stress feels like. Though the experience is all too familiar, do you know what is actually happening in your body during these moments of stress? The whole process is simple to break down from start [...]

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Back to Routine: Using The Blood Type Diet to Manage September Stresses

Fall is a season of change. Fiery growth ignites once-verdant hills, school year bustle re-launches at full speed, crisp breezes sweep away the last of a lazy summer. With the autumnal return to activity, schedules can overflow while stress runs high. In the moment, it may seem impossible to sync a packed calendar with a healthy [...]

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Skin Health and The Blood Type Diet

Skin is an organ, just like your heart, liver or brain, but it’s the largest one of them all. The average adult has over 20 square feet of skin accounting for approximately 15% of their overall body weight. Across this vast surface are over 300 million cells and a bevy of incredible neural receptors that [...]

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