Archives for: August 2010
I was talking to a fellow student of mine and we eventually got around to Eat Right for Your Type! Not only had he heard of it, he was in the process of reading “The GenoType Diet.” At first I thought this was going to turn into an easy conversation. As it turns out, he was having a hard time figuring out where he fit as far as his GenoType and what to do about it and why. Granted, he hadn’t done any of the strength testing or Biometric measurements to find out his GenoType but I came away with the impression he really didn’t understand what he was reading. As busy as us first trimester students are, he probably won’t be putting the Genotype Diet book on his to do list any time soon because of the confusion.
I’ve written about this before and I’m saying it again. There needs to be an “Eat Right for Your Type” preface in the beginning of the GenoType Diet book. This would enable new people who have no background with any of Dr. D’Adamo’s work to get a much needed prep course and give them a solid foundation to work from.
I’m just sayin’.
Wheat mimics insulin. Type I Diabetes means your body produces little to no insulin. Don’t we want the insulin receptors held open by the binding power of the wheat lectin to allow the absorption of glucose? (Just an extrapolation, the other effects of wheat are probably not worth it.)