Re: Has anyone tried eating for you blood type?
Oh, I keep an eye on my blood type food list. I have found some of the information really helpful. Just call me a nutritional thrill-seeker. But seriously, I think we have a long way to go in understanding all the ins and outs of nutrition, and I think many of the so-called "fads" have some truth to offer. Dr. D'Adamo certainly doesn't have it all tied up, but, as I said, I have found much useful information in his book.
One thing his plan does for most blood types is to eliminate most of the major allergens (wheat, corn, dairy, etc.). (Of course, many of his critics say this is why some people feel better following his plan and it has nothing to do with blood type.) So this might be the case for your husband, too.
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