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Eat Right for Your Type — Twenty Year’s Later

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It’s been 20 years since Eat Right for Your Type was first published and Dr. Peter D’Adamo brought the concept of blood type and personalized nutrition to world-wide attention.  Dr. D’Adamo continues to inspire us, and here are his reflections as we mark the 20th Anniversary of this revolutionary work



http://northamericanpharmacal.com/living/2017/01/eat-right-for-your-types-20th-anniversry/


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A smoothie for breakfast?!  How odd.  


My SWAMI diet is a blend of BTD and GTD Explorer, but I'm not totally compliant.  Also I try to choose foods that have a Low Glycemic index.  DW and DD are A+, probably also Explorer.
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but how about that tasty dinner suggestion?

people generally work and are on the go until dinner, where they relax, no?

6:30pm: Beef and veggie stir?fry, with peppers, onions, broccoli, and leeks; herbal tea



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Yes, a beef stir fry is a great dinner.  It cooks so fast!


My SWAMI diet is a blend of BTD and GTD Explorer, but I'm not totally compliant.  Also I try to choose foods that have a Low Glycemic index.  DW and DD are A+, probably also Explorer.
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Thanks for this Look Inside feature, Lola. I don't own the book and was curious. I see there have been major changes for B, against the 1996 version!

These menus are posted with no explanation. Is this Dr. D'Adamo's recommendation for the "3-day Lectin Detox"?

I confess to wondering about Protein here. The B is shown a diet that includes, as proteins:
-an undefined (maybe contains protein?) Smoothie at 7am,
-a dairy snack at 10am,
-a cup of bean soup at noon,
-melted cheese at 2:30pm,
-and (finally!) baked fish for 6:30p dinner -- accompanied by the day's second serving of BEANS.  

A lacto-vegetarian diet is being recommended to meet the B's daytime energy needs. (It does look as though Fat intake is possible, using full-fat dairy in that smoothie perhaps? and in the snack - maybe a fatty salad dressing at Lunch?)
Then, the day ends with a serving of animal flesh.

The 1996 ER4YT diet was not as bean-heavy (Caucasians: beans 2-3 times a WEEK, not per DAY), so that's one big change I notice. And Animal flesh used to be recommended as follows:
Red meat 2-3x/week,
poultry 0-3x/week, and
fish 3-5x a week,
i.e., from 5 to 11 servings per week -- more than beans and conceivably than cheese/yogurt.

I don't recall its counseling saving the animal flesh (and the biggest meal of the day) for evening, but I'll have to check. The NEW B recommendations thus do involve de-emphasizing animal flesh/eggs in favor of dairy. Interesting.

Speaking only for myself, I also wouldn't go for all that dairy/ snacking before a noon lunch.
I think I personally would do much better on the former ER4YT, then

PS: It looks like the B's recommended exercise duration has increased considerably, too, as has the A's.


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interesting


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Quoted from san j

These menus are posted with no explanation. Is this Dr. D'Adamo's recommendation for the "3-day Lectin Detox"?


Yes, except that in the book it is five day lectin detox program instead of a three day program.


This diet/exercise level given is for a detox program and not intended for use on an ongoing basis.


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I confess to wondering about Protein here. The B is shown a diet that includes, as proteins:
-an undefined (maybe contains protein?) Smoothie at 7am,
.


If you click on smoothie it is a link and the recipe to be used is given.

http://cdn6.bigcommerce.com/s-0cordqo/product_images/uploaded_images/breakfast-smoothie-type-b.png

I presume this is the intended protein (since this publication is from the store):

http://www.4yourtype.com/protein-blend-powder-b-ab/




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Thanks again, y'all.
Happy to be prompted to pull out my copy of ER4YT again.
Yeah, the portions aren't great for me, them's the breaks,
but I'm certainly not one to demand that a book-diet reflect my own standard of practice.  
But - WOW, she said: There are some good-looking recipes in it I've never tried.
Like little treasures waiting for me to dig 'em up 20 years on!

That "Quinoa Applesauce Cake" looks promising, as does the "Apricot Fruit Bread" --
Anyone ever try these? Would love to hear.
I really don't eat this sort of food, generally, anymore,
and I don't see anything I like in the stores,
so the former dinner chef who used to rely on her bakers
will Have To Learn How To Bake! (if she wants cake/cookies)
(Yes, Lola, I bow to your utter wizardry in this Department.)

Easy! Easily doctored/adaptable, too,
so...Thanks!


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