The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 3
Re: Quality of Life??
Posted By: Roxy
Date: March-13, 1998 at 00:14:36
In Response To: Quality of Life?? (Sandra)
So many people here follow this diet for a number
of reasons: bad health, to lose weight, to feel
better or they're just interested in having the
healthiest body they can have. But I think I speak
for alot of them when I say that once they stick to
the diet, they're on the road to whatever they're
aiming for. And they're seeing alot of good results.
And if you're seeing results, it's not that hard
to "want to" follow the diet for your blood type.
I found that thinking of 'what I could have', instead
of 'what I couldn't have', really helped me realize
there a ton of food out there for me. I've exper-
imented alot and have found a lot of new foods to eat.
Give the diet a real chance. But I don't think you'll
truly reap any benefits if you've only adopted a
few changes. Make sure you avoid the 'avoids' and
keep in compliance at least 70%, if not more. Once
you see how much better you feel, it won't be hard
to follow the diet more closely. And yes, you will
notice a difference after you've followed the diet
for awhile and then eat alot of avoids. You'll go
right back to the diet. :) :)
Go for it, you'll be glad you did!
Good luck! Roxy
Messages in This Thread
Sandra -- Monday, 16 March 1998, at 1:29 p.m.
- Re: Quality of Life??
Roxy -- Friday, 13 March 1998, at 12:14 a.m.
- Have you considered showing yourself?
Rick McInnis -- Monday, 16 March 1998, at 1:29 p.m.
- just a thought??
annette -- Wednesday, 11 March 1998, at 9:05 a.m.
- I pulled an "Oblique Srategy" card For You...
Peter D'Adamo -- Monday, 16 March 1998, at 8:06 a.m.
- Are you from Missouri? :-)
Steve Shapiro -- Tuesday, 10 March 1998, at 9:59 p.m.