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The D'Adamo message culminates in this fourth and most recent publication of
his, Eat Right 4 Your Type Complete Blood Type Encyclopedia: The A-Z Reference
guide for the Blood Type Connection to Symptoms, Disease Conditions, Vitamins,
Supplements, Herbs and Food. This famous naturopath's two additional books are
Cook Right 4 Your Type
(1999) and Live
Right 4 Your Type: The Individualized Prescription for Maximizing Health,
Metabolism, and Vitality in Every Stage of Your Life (2001), all written
with his established chief collaborator, Catherine Whitney, a coauthor of
other books on health and medicine. Dividing the Eat Right 4 Your Type
Complete Blood Type Encyclopedia into three parts, Dr. D'Adamo discusses the
various blood types and their effect on individual body chemistries. He shows
that certain health conditions -- over 300 of them - are more efficiently
treated by following his A to Z Reference Guide for the patient's blood type
Part One of this quality paperback goes into the four foundations which fully relate to our human ABO blood groups. The four chapters of this first section include detailed information about (1) the ABO Blood Group anthropological beginnings, (2) the evolution of blood group science (3) the biological significance of ABO blood groups, and (4) the recognized ABO Gene labeled with the identifying locus number 9q34. Dr. Peter D'Adamo shares credit for the underpinnings of his ABO Blood Group dietary classifications with James D'Adamo, ND, his father, who first advanced his theory in the 1960's that these blood types could be employed to optimize diet. Working diligently for over 20 years, the son has verified his father's initial findings of ABO blood groups plus their involvement with diet.
Peter D'Adamo, ND, has demonstrated the scientific basis for these findings. This fourth book continues development of the D'Adamo ground-breaking approach to analyzing and treating disease by compiling ten databases, including patient outcomes, food reactivity, protein allergens, therapeutic cooking recipes, and more. Many of these databases are searchable on Dr. D'Adamo's website (www.dadamo.com) which also includes other useful databases besides those present in the Encyclopedia. A 20-year effort by the naturopath resulted in identifying all relevant Medline studies that support and shed further light on the genetic link between blood type and disease. The newly published Encyclopedia is intended to be useful in daily clinical practice by providing both information as well as insight into over 300 conditions. A typical encyclopedia entry includes an up-to-date description of the conditions, symptoms, blood group relationship, conventional therapies, and treatments directed toward individual blood types.
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