Lesson Five: Getting your questions answered
Generally about this time, most people
have assimilated the basic tenets behind the diet and have begun to
reorganize their pantries and shopping lists. Some of you may have
already begun to experience the health benefits of eating by blood type.
The next stage is usually characterized
by an inquisitiveness about the 'whys' or the 'ways' of the
diet. Why is this food an avoid? Is there any way to make tofu edible?
Well, we've gathered a few resources to
help you out.
RESOURCE: On The Diet
here to visit the On The Diet
Key Point: Over the
last four years, countless Blood Type Dieters have been helped by Heidi
Merritt, the very knowledgeable author of the On The Diet column.
Although it has recently come to a conclusion, the archives of the
column are extensive, and best of all, searchable.
RESOURCE: Ask Dr. D'Adamo
Key Point: In this website
D'Adamo provides detailed answers to over 400 questions submitted by
readers and visitors. These questions and answers can sometimes be a bit
technical, but the archives are definitely worth searching.
here to visit the Ask Dr. D'Adamo
RESOURCE: Frequently Asked Questions
Key Point: A BTD FAQ
featuring answers to the most often asked questions is available online
here to open the Blood Type Diet FAQ.
RESOURCE: Blood Type Diet
Errata and Clarifications
Key Point: A small number
of issues, such as typographic errors or changes in a few food values
between the books, have been organized and specifically addressed.
here to open the Blood Type Diet Errata and