Eating According to your Blood Type

By: Mary Wilkey

Today I'd like to share something a bit unusual.

Since about 1993, unexplicably, I began putting on some extra flab. I hadn't changed my lifestyle or my eating habits, and there was just no rhyme nor reason for it.

Sadly, try as I might, I just could not shed the weight. I tried everything I could think of, to no avail. I ended up putting on about fifty extra pounds.

Then recently I heard a guest of Dr. Jordan Rubin's on the telly talking about eating according to your blood type. I thought, oh boy, another gimmick.

But shortly after I saw that program I was in our local health food store, and while waiting for a clerk to answer a question, I nonchalantly glanced at some of the books nearby. One caught my eye, because it talked about eating according to your blood type . . . and it wasn't written by the same fellow I'd heard on television.

So I bought the little book by Dr. Peter J. D'Adamo. It's called "Food, Beverage and Supplement Lists" for Blood Type O (my type), and was taken from the larger book called "Eat Right for Your Type."

I readily discovered that some of my "sacred cows" were absolute no-no's for my blood type. But I was at the point where I would try just about anything to get rid of the excess poundage.

You guessed it! Thirteen pounds dropped off in just a few weeks. And am I ever thrilled! It takes a little discipline, but it's worth it . . . I just can't wait to get back to "normal" again.

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