Blood Type Diet®
Tutorial

65. I was trying to follow the typical low fat, high carbo diet and was miserable. I remembered seeing your book ER4YT. It made sense but I didn't do anything about it. But the more I thought about it the more sense it made. I remembered reading in another book that there is a mushroom that is poisonous to some people and not others. How could that be if we are all the same? Anyway I purchased the book (ER4YT) and have been following your recommendation for about eight months now. I feel about 15 years younger. Thank you.

-- From The Blood Type Diet Results Database




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

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.

Click here to visit the On The Diet column.

RESOURCE: Ask Dr. D'Adamo

Key Point: In this website feature Dr. 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.

Click here to visit the Ask Dr. D'Adamo column.

RESOURCE: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Key Point: A BTD FAQ featuring answers to the most often asked questions is available online

Click 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.

Click here to open the Blood Type Diet Errata and Clarifications page.



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