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Have you ever thought about your health percentage wise?
There are 365 days in a year, 12 months a year, 30.42 days in a month and 7 days in a week.
Let’s say you get sick twice a year and each sickness takes 7 days to get over. That would be a total of 14 days out of 365 for the year. That means that you were sick for 4 percent of the year. That may not sound like much when you are healthy until you break it down a little further. Let’s now add in how many days you are not “sick” but just don’t feel good, are in pain or dealing with a chronic problem. If you are like that, then that number could jump to about 20 days a month or 240 days out of 365.
That translates to a whopping 65 percent!
Can you imagine that 65 percent of the time that you are not enjoying life like you could be? 65 percent of the time you don’t want to get out of bed? 65 percent of the time is wasted on getting through the day complaining about your life?
Give yourself a chance!
The Blood Type Diet is that chance! By not eating 4 or 5 foods in your main diet could literally be the difference in dropping from 65 percent to 5 percent in less than a year!
Make the decision.
Dr D’Adamo says 70% compliance is considered “following the diet.”
I’m not talking about the other 30% you don’t really care about. You probably don’t eat them frequently enough to really matter.
I’m talking about within that 70% of your main diet, there are 3 or 4 foods that are “avoids” that make your mouth water just thinking of them. It will be hard to resist and your friends and family will tempt you. If you give in and don’t notice anything bad happen it falsely validates your reasoning for cheating. You are only re-enforcing the bad speaker at the epigenetic podium (as Dr. Dadamo puts it) and silencing the other speaker you really need to hear from.
The good thing is when you Eat Right For Your Type; you chip away at the podium of the bad speaker and build a podium for the other. Eventually the bad speaker will be silenced and the good speaker gets the chance to show you what real health is.