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Incorporating my Current Diet into the Blood Type Diet

Posted By: Danielle Fauth
Date: February 18, 1996 at 13:18:10

Dear Dr. D'Adamo,

I am a type O who has
been on a special low
fat/calorie and high
exercise diet since July
1996. I have lost 35 lbs.
and hope to lose 35

I would like to know
how I can stick to the
program I am currently
following but using
the foods that you
suggest for my blood

Following is a sample
of what foods I eat
each day.

Breakfast: 1/2 c oatmeal
4 oz applesauce or 1/2
an apple

Snack: 2 egg whites,
4 oz applesauce

Lunch: 2 oz fish/chicken
potato, vegetable

Snack: 2 oz fish

Dinner: same as lunch

Obviously, I've had
success with the diet.
And have stayed quite
healthy (I also take
vitamin supplements).
But the type O diet
doesn't allow oatmeal
or potatoes, what
can I eat in place of
them (I don't like
sweet potatoes)?

I just don't want to ruin
what has been working
for me all these months.

Thanks for your help,
time and book (I sent
a copy to my Grandparents
in hopes that it will
help my Grandpa with
his thyroid/heart


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