Blood Type Diet Charts 2
D’Adamo published his “Eat Right 4 Your Type” book in 1996, and the diet idea has been popular since. His basic premise is that people who have different types of blood process their foods differently. Because of this, your body is out of balance when you eat a diet filled with the “wrong” type of foods. He urges people to go back to the basics – far back to the types of diets that our distant ancestors ate.
The diet styles associated with each of the blood groups incorporate the idea of evolutionary heritage, with O type blood being the original type, and different types emerging along with different types of lifestyles.
According to D’Adamo, eating from a strict list of foods will help you lose weight. The diet itself is fairly restrictive, and may require you to buy specialty products. It also requires you to eliminate most processed foods and encourages you to choose from a variety of healthier options. Referring to the blood type diet chart can help you easily see the differences.