FINALLY, WE WHO WANT TO LOSE WEIGHT HAVE A GOOD TACTIC THAT WORKS

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    Jan 14, 2017 5:36 PM GMT
    FINALLY, WE WHO WANT TO LOSE WEIGHT HAVE A GOOD TACTIC THAT WORKS

    The 2017 version of Eat Right for Your Type has Chapter 3 on Weight Loss. (page 47) HURRY! YES. FINALLY.
    I already gave it 5 Stars.

    I am only one of the four major blood types.

    So, look at this chapter. Even if you have to do what we used to do in New York City and what people still do in bookstores today:
    just go to the bookstore and look at the chapter (before buying).

    Here are some issues:

    Blood Type A
    Ineffective animal protein breakdown
    Poor metabolism of saturated fats
    etc.

    Problem foods: Red meats, black pepper, etc.

    Blood Type B
    Lectin sensitivity
    Liver detox dysfunction
    etc.

    Problem foods: Chicken, black pepper, etc.

    Blood Type AB
    Bacterial overgrowth/dysbiosis
    Cell-signaling issues
    etc.

    Problem foods: Chicken, black beans, etc.

    Blood Type O
    Insulin resistance
    Intestinal dysbiosis

    Problem foods: Wheat, mustard greens, etc.

    JUMP TO PART II

    Chapter 5 - Type O
    Chapter 6 - Type A
    Chapter 7 - Type B
    Chapter 8 - Type AB

    These four chapters indicate whether or not a food:
    1) Enhances carbohydrate metabolism, helps with weight loss
    2) Increases microbiome [gut flora] diversity [and increases microbial balance]
    3) Decreases microbiome [gut flora] diversity [and decreases microbial balance]

    PRAISE GOD!!!!!!

    What is Dysbiosis? How to Deal with Microbial Imbalance in the Body
    www.doctorshealthpress.com › Digestion
    Apr 4, 2016 - Dysbiosis is a term for a microbial imbalance that most often affects a person's digestive tract. ... Dysbiosis is also sometimes called dysbacteriosis or bacterial dysbiosis. That is because the gastrointestinal tract (GI tract) contains both “good” and “bad” bacteria to form the gut flora—also called the gut microbe.
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    What is Dysbiosis? How to Deal with Microbial Imbalance in the Body
    www.doctorshealthpress.com › Digestion
    Apr 4, 2016 - Dysbiosis is a term for a microbial imbalance that most often affects a person's digestive tract. ... Dysbiosis is also sometimes called dysbacteriosis or bacterial dysbiosis. That is because the gastrointestinal tract (GI tract) contains both “good” and “bad” bacteria to form the gut flora—also called the gut microbe.
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    Jan 16, 2017 3:07 AM GMT
    Blood Type O
    Insulin resistance
    Intestinal dysbiosis
    Thyroid hormone imbalance
    Inflammation

    Problem foods: Wheat, mustard greens, etc.

    PROBLEM FOODS CATEGORIZE BY TYPE OF PROBLEM

    Trigger Inflammation
    Wheat
    Corn
    Cow's Milk
    Kidney beans
    Lintils
    Bacon
    Navy Beans
    Potatoes
    Tomatoes
    Corn Oil
    Food additives: guar gum, carrageenan
    Peanut Oil

    Encourage Dysbiosis (Growth of Antagonistic Bacteria in the Gut)
    Cow's Milk, Corn, Potatoes, Rhubarb, Oranges

    Triggers Leaky Gut
    Tomatoes, corn, cow's milk, vinegar, coffee, aloe, barley

    Impair Proper Thyroid Function
    Cabbage, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, mustard greens

    Problematic Interaction with Metabolic Hormones
    Wheat, kidney beans, navy beans
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    Jan 16, 2017 3:12 AM GMT
    Solution Foods

    Reduce Inflammation

    Omega-3: cod, halibut, red snapper, trout, walnuts, hazelnuts, flaxseed oil, parsnips, peas, pineapple

    Encourages Growth of Healthy Microbiome in the Gut

    Onions, string beans, broccoli, chicory, Swiss Chard, kale

    Increases Active Tissue Mass

    Beef, lamb, veal, buffalo

    Encourages Proper Thyroid Function

    Tumeric, kelp, dulce

    Repairs Leaky Gut

    Chicory, onions, peas, prunes, maitake mushrooms, beet greens, collard greens, fava beans



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    Jan 17, 2017 1:26 AM GMT
    Eating by blood type is pseudoscience backed by NO legitimate nutrition group.
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    Jan 18, 2017 4:03 PM GMT
    jackedgamer saidEating by blood type is pseudoscience backed by NO legitimate nutrition group.


    You are in error. See the book's Appendix G: The Scientific Evidence

    Some of the categories and bibliographical entries are:

    "Blood Types and Lectins"

    British Medical Journal
    International Archives of Allergy and Applied Immunology
    "Lectins in the United States Diet: A Survey of Lectins in Commonly Consumed Foods and a Review of the Literature" American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    Journal of Biological Chemistry
    "Lectins: Cell-Agglutinating and Sugar-Specific Proteins." Science
    Endocrinology
    Digestion
    Lectins and Glycoconjugates in Oncology
    Stimulation of Colony Formation and Growth Factor Production of Human T Lymphocytes by Wheat Germ Lectin." Immunology
    Arzneimittelforschung
    Biochemistry

    "Disease Associations with Blood Type"
    See Appendix G for entries.

    "Blood Types and Cancer"
    See Appendix G for entries.

    Also in the Acknowledgements Section: The Center of Excellence in Generative Medicine at the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut

    Also read the Forward and the Revised and Updated Introduction to the book.
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    Jan 20, 2017 1:55 AM GMT
    StephenOABC said
    jackedgamer saidEating by blood type is pseudoscience backed by NO legitimate nutrition group.


    You are in error. See the book's Appendix G: The Scientific Evidence

    Some of the categories and bibliographical entries are:

    "Blood Types and Lectins"

    British Medical Journal
    International Archives of Allergy and Applied Immunology
    "Lectins in the United States Diet: A Survey of Lectins in Commonly Consumed Foods and a Review of the Literature" American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
    Journal of Biological Chemistry
    "Lectins: Cell-Agglutinating and Sugar-Specific Proteins." Science
    Endocrinology
    Digestion
    Lectins and Glycoconjugates in Oncology
    Stimulation of Colony Formation and Growth Factor Production of Human T Lymphocytes by Wheat Germ Lectin." Immunology
    Arzneimittelforschung
    Biochemistry

    "Disease Associations with Blood Type"
    See Appendix G for entries.

    "Blood Types and Cancer"
    See Appendix G for entries.

    Also in the Acknowledgements Section: The Center of Excellence in Generative Medicine at the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut

    Also read the Forward and the Revised and Updated Introduction to the book.


    Point me to a peer reviewed study that I can read that supports blood type fat loss. There isn't one. The book's appendix in question is full of either non-peer-reviewed studies or misinformation, extrapolating what they want from facts that cannot support their claims.