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How to Keep The Weight Off After You’ve Lost It

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Losing weight is hard work. There’s no arguing that! But when you step on your scale and see the magic number, or slip into those skinny jeans and button them with ease, you realize that all the work was worth it.  Despite all the hard work, many people do gain back at least some of the weight they’ve lost.  Don’t be one of them


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Morning Stretch – Easy Exercise for Every Day
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No matter how busy you are, you most likely have a few minutes in the morning before you start your day.  Instead of dragging yourself to the coffee machine, wake up your body with some gentle stretching.  This week, take a few minutes to loosen up joints and get your blood flowing to your muscles with these stretching exercises.


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New in Personalized Living Webzine:

How to Keep The Weight Off After You’ve Lost It



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http://northamericanpharmacal.com/living/2013/09/how-to-keep-the-weight-off-after-youve-lost-it/




Pesky pounds can be tamed   and better weight maintained especially with the daily eating patterns Dr. D has suggested for each type too.
Knowing yourself thoroughly and your digestive system allows for a perfect, satisfying, healthy treat as you learn what you can individually tweak


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That “Weight-Loss” Shake is Actually Packing It On

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Over 80% of us can’t tolerate most weight loss products.

Most so-called weight-control shakes are only about limiting calorie intake without taking into consideration your unique biochemical needs. Do you wonder why so many people lose weight, only to gain it back–and then some? Or why many people may lose weight in the face and neck, but remain persistently overweight around the middle? Improper and unhealthy weight loss leads to unbalanced and unhealthy weight distribution.


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http://northamericanpharmacal.com/living/2013/09/that-weight-loss-shake-is-actually-packing-it-on/


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Welcome Autumn

http://northamericanpharmacal.com/living/2013/09/welcome-autumn/


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Once we get back [From IfHI UK Conference], we kick off the launch of the print versions of the Eat Right 4 Your Type cookbooks, which feature fantastic recipes developed by Chef Kristin O’Connor with Dr. Peter D’Adamo for followers of the Blood Type Diet. The recipes are delicious, and the books are beautiful, with luscious pictures of the savory recipes, helpful tips, and weekly meal plans. I’ve been enjoying sampling the recipes, and I’ve found them easy to follow, and they are good for day-to-day food planning as well as for special events.


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Yeah! Welcome, Autumn! With all your savory and sweet soups and breads....I know this is going to be a time of new treats. If Autumn were a person, I would sit them down and give them soup, and we would make handknitted or crocheted blankets together as the wind blows around outside.


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Athletic Performance and Injury Prevention


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Maimonides, the great Jewish physician and teacher, wrote, “As long as a person exercises and exerts himself…sickness does not befall him and his strength increases…. But one who is idle and does not exercise…even if he eats healthy foods and maintains healthy habits, all his days will be of ailment and his strength will diminish.



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Wonderful and beautiful post! I love it   Thank you  

Actually, all posts in this forums are wonderful and great.  I have been missing many due to time constraints.


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I'm glad the subject of athletic performance has come up.  I'm wondering if anyone out there has experienced a noticeable improvement in their athletic performance since sticking to foods more appropriate for one's blood type and genotype.  Any takers?

To report my experience, the result has been mixed.  Interestingly, I do seem to have more power and energy during my workouts, particularly my short/fast runs and my strength training.  But my endurance has suffered, that is, I can't sustain it for long, and my long runs have suffered.  I love that I have more power and strength, it's certainly a plateau breakthrough, but I'd sure like to know how I can sustain it longer.  My guess is that I'm going into my workouts with so much more energy than before that I'm burning out sooner, and that I either have to ease back on the intensity, or maybe just wait it out and in time my endurance will improve.  Just me thinking out loud.  


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Putting the YOU in Immunity

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Most of us don’t consider that when we take a bite of food, we are impacting our immune system and its capacity to function. As Dr. D’Adamo writes in Eat Right 4 Your Type, “The immune system works to define ‘self’ and destroy ‘non-self.’ This is a critical function, for without it your immune system could attack your own tissues by mistake or allow a dangerous organism access to vital areas of your body. In spite of all it’s complexity, the immune system boils down to two basic functions: recognizing ‘US’ and killing ‘THEM.’” Since over 40% of our immune system is located in our digestive tract, our diet can be the number one defense against a poorly functioning immune system. Following the diet that is right for your type acts to improve immunity and protect you from disease.


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a 40% area is an amazing reality!


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Rest and Sleep During the First Trimester

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When I was pregnant with our first child I was working as a commission sales person for a radio station. I would schedule my morning appointments close to home so I could sleep late except for the mornings we had sales meetings. If I was wiped out in the afternoon, I would go home and take a nap.


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Wanted to give my congratulation,  but can't seem to make a comment. Anyway since my daughter is in her first trimester I'm reading with interest. (My first grandchild.  )


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Hypothyroid and Soy

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There is no convincing evidence that soy protein has an adverse effect on thyroid function, particularly at the moderate level of consumption (25 grams) that would occur due to the approval of a health claim for coronary heart disease


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In essence, it you don’t consume 40% of your body weight in soy protein daily, you’ve not got much to worry about.

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Health and Nutrition for Every Stage of a Woman’s Life

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Beginning in childhood, good eating and exercise habits build the foundation for health and vitality throughout a woman’s life.


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Your Immune System…In Training

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The first step is getting back to eating Right for Your Type. If you’ve fallen off the wagon during the summer, now is the time to review your beneficial and super beneficial lists and make special note of your avoids. Remember: when you take a bite of food, you are impacting your immune system and its capacity to function. As Dr. D’Adamo writes in Eat Right 4 Your Type, “The immune system works to define ‘self’ and destroy ‘non-self.’


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This Gives The Term “Beer Gut” A New Meaning

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People are diagnosed with Candida or yeast infections daily and a treated with medications – and while it’s a common yeast in the environment and in our bodies (thrush infections in the mouth and vaginal infections are common), doctors disagree that Candida can overgrow in the gut.


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Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Honoring Our Own

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In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we would like to acknowledge two members of our NAP staff who are breast cancer survivors, Gwen Gilchrist and Carol Agostino.

If you’ve called our customer service line, you’ve probably heard Gwen’s lovely South African accent and been the recipient of her sage advice and in-depth knowledge of our products. Gwen has been cancer free for over nine years


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Out of the Horse’s Mouth

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I was listening to a health guru-type guest on a radio talk show recently and when a listener called in and asked her opinion on the blood-type diet she scoffed. She claimed that horses, for instance, have at least 12 blood types but they all consume the same foods. I know people aren’t horses but humans are animals, ultimately. I don’t have the research background to respond to her criticism. Can you help?



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C-Sharp. How wierd you mention this. ok heres my story hence why im finding all this BTD thing hitting the nail on the head and i havent tried it yet. (Only started yesterday)
I had a horse who struggled with his weight come winter yet picked up the second the lands opened up and was taken off grain. we tried everything to get weight on him down feeding small and often, using palletable feeds. The vet finally said he had Equine motoneuron disease, this didnt fit so i researched until i came across a condition called EPSM that did fit. Horses with EPSM cannot digest grain like blood type O'S in humans, it creates insulin which attacks the muscles and there for everytime i was feeding what other horses would find weight gaining grain, his system was running a marathon just trying to digest it there for he was 1 losing weight 2 being attacked by insulin. In the end on his last winter he would be found unable to get up. once it wore off he would be fine and happily go off and graze.but his weight was becoming a serious worry. and muscle weakage/wasteage. Unfortunately i lost my old friend if only the winter hadnt been so long the lands would reopen and he may have made it for one last year of his 35year life. I only realised a couple of days before what the condition actually was and that he could only eat alfa hay and grass. Trying to find a supply off alfa hay was hard but i could see he had enough.
EPSM is common in the Irish draught but it is a rare thing.
Anyway i always knew grain and myself didnt get on and i was right. My gutt instinct finally beat the vets and found out what was going on with my boy.
Now if i have a horse that struggles with weight i do not feed them grain. and it works.

Whilst looking at this BTD reading it all over the last few days i have been talking about my boy and how similar it all is for not just type o human but how similarly grain effected him. Looks like my boy and me were well matched, and ive learnt something.


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Success Story: Nancy Kuhn

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D’Adamo Personalized Nutrition Customer Service Team Leader, Nancy Kuhn was one of the first people to get a glimpse of The GenoType Diet. “I received a rough draft of the manuscript before the book was released– what a thrill! I’m a Nomad; I wasn’t surprised. The term “Nomad” had frequently been used throughout the blood type books to describe blood type B, so it came naturally to me. I just happened to be one of those Nomads with red hair and green eyes, so everything seemed to fit me to a tee.”


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Naturopathic Medicine Week – Oct. 7-13

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The U.S. Senate unanimously passed a resolution designating October 7 – October 13 as Naturopathic Medicine Week.



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