Eating Right By Your Type

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Topic Title: Eating Right By Your Type
Created On: 05/31/2005 08:26 PM

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 03/27/2017 10:58 PM

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varana

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Some nutrients which are beneficial to one blood type, may be harmful to the cells of another.



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 09/18/2013 06:14 AM

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harry_lloyd

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It`s really useful information and nice contribution by all of you. It is famous book and we cannot ignore the benefits that it provided. It is good for new entrants especially in dentistry field to learn that how to make a good diet routine for your better health.Regards,Harry Lloydhttp://www.gurzdental.com


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 08/30/2002 03:38 PM

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I'm not sure how much I buy into the eating for your blood type fad, but I do agree with exercising for your body type. There are various online tools (try http://www.ivillage.com for one) that help to determine what your body type is (hourglass, spoon, cone, etc.) and then suggest exercises to help you achieve results based on where your body is strong and where it is weak.
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 10/29/2000 12:17 AM

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Therese7313

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I'm curious about the results experienced by others who have read and followed the guidelines in the book, "Eating Right by Your (Blood) Type". I find the theory of matching "correct" food for each blood type intriguing. What do you think?
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