Comments. I searched Wikipedia to find information on blood type diets because I read about which you can read here: % 20Diets% Blood group B is, according to D’Adamo, the nomad, associated with a strong immune system and a flexible digestive system. technology have helped rebuild and normalize the bodily systems so they can function (internet search: “Biotype Diets ”). Generally. Characterizing Neurotrophic Systems in the Primate Amygdala That are Relevant to Reward Learning Capacity in Binge Eating Disorder.

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Which I will use this area to direct to the page in the book that is being discussed for an editor of wikipedia can also look it up in the book to help change the read that is currently showing. This is an impossibility. The blood type diet is not only a eating but also an exercise regime, which encourages the diets of our ancestors, configuring to their blood type and advises adhesion to doets habits for djets health. This article only discusses D’Adamo’s theories and books.

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Does the blood type diet really work. The Title is oddly ‘general’ but the arguments against a blood based diet are directed towards a specific source with a sjstem of malice directed specifically towards an author of a biohype that was written on the subject in an apparent attempt to discredit him, which if the creator of the pages wants to attempt to possibly read the actual book verse covering the Cliff’s notes about it, this page could possibly have merit within the governing guidelines of wkipedia.

This is an archive of past discussions. Lectins were discovered in D’Adamo has successfully rebutted those criticisms on his own site here: D’Adamo bases this on the belief that O blood type was the first blood type, originating 30, years ago.


Views Read Edit View history. D’Adamo groups those thirteen races together by ABO blood group, each type within this group having unique dietary recommendations:.

Assuming “absolute consensus” is not good encyclopedic writing. Don’t try and tell them they have to believe in it. They aren’t like you. Dieets theory is pure pseudoscience.

So, here we see that even with only 1 study, we can start to make the inferences about blood type based nutrition that D’Adamo has made after reading thousands and performing his own independent tests.

Most do not represent comprehensive scientific studies of the idets. People who practice pastoralism first developed lactose tolerance. BLPand WP: This is clearly an education problem. Finally, I’d like to understand why every time anyone includes a reference to a well-known association between some physiological process and ABO blood groups –such as IAP or vWF– that will almost automatically have significance with regard to diet, it gets hacked out?

If anyone thinks so then please add the relevant template. This significantly biases the article in favor of D’Adamo despite significant valid criticisms of biotye diet.

I have no intentions of trying to insert these opinions into the article because I do understand the difference beteween fact and opinion. They are mostly opinions, not based on in-depth research.

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If someone was going to paste up a pure opinion by Putzai, why not get another lectinologist Gerhard Uhlenbruck to provide another? This means such studies should be then noted in the article. It is sensible that type O as the ancestor would be compatible with all bload types as a receiver, not vice versa. You can believe in it if you want, but if you choose to believe in it, do your friends and family a favor and don’t try and covert everyone around you. As someone who has studied the blood type diet hypothesis extensively, I take immediate issue with your claim that “blood type diet is not at all founded in solid theory.


I’m sure there is plenty of controversy and media coverage for such an article to meeting WP: Alteripse, I’d like to be worthy of your trouble. That said, D’Adamo is far from a “quack,” and one cannot deny that to study anthropology, lectinology, immunology, genetics, and epigenetics is not a common occurrence. I am quite underwhelmed by the lack of scientific evidence to support blood type diets.

In the opening of the article, the citations referencing “consensus in the scientific community” do nothing of the sort.

I have added this page to project Rational Skepticism but I’m curious if this article belongs in any other projects. But no more than the usual intellectual dishonesty associated with your enterprises.

There are better ways to phrase it. Ptolemy, Copernicus and countless others have suffered a similar fate. Can you dispute my basic description of the diet and the types of evidence that are available and unavailable, and your claims with respect to evidence?

Furthermore, there is no proof that nomads “thrive” on dairy products. The citations lack depth. I helped craft this semi-neutral page and it was a tooth and nail fight to balance the views of diet advocates and skeptics.

In fact, research shows that lectins which are specific for a particular ABO type are not found in foods except for one or two rare exceptions, e. Where is this quotation from?