Diabetes: Fight It with the Blood Type Diet

  • ISBN13: 9780425201053
  • Condition: NEW
  • Notes: Brand New from Publisher. No Remainder Mark.

Product Description
The Individualized Plan for Preventing and Treating Diabetes (Type I, Type II) and Pre-Diabetes-including Hyperglycemia (high blood sugar) and Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar)

America’s fastest-growing health problem just got dealt a major blow. Dr. Peter J. D’Adamo, the creator of the Blood Type Diet(r), which has forever changed the way people approach health and weight loss, now brings readers a targeted plan for fighting diabetes. This volume of Dr. D’Adamo’s Health Library has specific tools not available in any other book, for preventing, treating, and reversing some of the many complications of diabetes.

Diabetes: Fight It with the Blood Type Diet

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5 Responses to Diabetes: Fight It with the Blood Type Diet

  1. Elaine C. Lange

    glad to talk to you–finally–

    never did get the book!

    post office says they don’t know anything about the tracing number and that I need to be in touch with you. will you please see about getting the book to me? Thanks a lot.

    Rating: 4 / 5
    Diabetes: Fight It with the Blood Type Diet

  2. Anonymous

    The central focus of diabetes management is to control blood glucose levels through diet, exercize and stress management. Depending upon how severe the disease is depends upon which therapeutic intervention will work the best (ie. insulin, or oral medications, Avandia, Glucophage or diet and exercize alone).Individual diet plays an important role as well. Looking at the beneficial and super beneficial lists for O and A blood types; I can see that some of these foods, such as bananas,plums,prunes,figs,pineapples,mangos,parsnips and sweet potatoes are actually some of the worst offenders in raising blood sugar levels. There are several type O and A diabetics in my family and I can certainly say that if my family tried these diets that they would be comatose. My mom an O blood type can handle full fat ice cream better than she can handle eating a banana which is supposedly beneficial for her.According to D’Adamo, the glycemic index is invalid for blood type A because it doesn’t take into account additional factors which may influence some people’s ability to metabolize certain foods. This is one statement that he has made that I strongly disagree with. My grandfather an A blood type can not handle eating beans which are mostly carbs due to the glycemic index. So if you are an A or an O approach this diet with extreme caution, it could certainly be a disaster.

    Furthermore the American Diabetes Association has been experimenting with a diet that is 35% fat, 20% protein and around 45% low glycemic carb with good results and more studies to follow. They have also recommended that diabetics exercize vigorously, something that is not recommended by D’Adamo for certain blood types. Another question is where are D’Adamos’s clinical studies that show that his diets work better than the ADA’s or anyone elses for diabetics?
    Rating: 1 / 5
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  3. Cindy

    It is a gift, I haven’t read it. His other books I have read were very good. Supposedly delivery and condition were fine.
    Rating: 5 / 5
    Diabetes: Fight It with the Blood Type Diet

  4. Sharon Lurie

    As someone who’s done the fad dieting thing & failed, it’s nice to find something that recognizes the different physical needs & make-up of each person. I highly recommend The Blood Type Diet for anyone who wants to get off the merry-go-round.
    Rating: 5 / 5
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  5. Hollydazed

    Very Helpful book to me as I am newly diagnosed as type 2 – also new to the blood type diet, so I am glad there was a book to cover it.
    Rating: 4 / 5
    Diabetes: Fight It with the Blood Type Diet

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