Alatariel75 wrote: »
Total hokum. If your friend is successful, it is because the restrictions are making her/him eat at a deficit.
3dogsrunning wrote: »
I have told this story here before. I was at a conference a few years back. One of the guest speakers was a naturaopathy doctor. She told the story of how she found this diet, it made so much sense, so she tried it out. Her blood type told her to eat a vegetarian type diet, avoid red meat, etc. She followed it and felt amazing. Her skin glowed, she dropped weight, people complimented her.
Then during a conversation with her mother, she learned she was mistaken about her blood type. She was supposed to be eating the opposite diet, high in meat, etc.
WitPhillips wrote: »
One of my friends claims to have had success on the Blood Type Diet.
Does anyone know of any nutrition research (positive or negative) related to this?
rankinsect wrote: »
I should make the AD&D diet. You roll D100 and consult the wandering food table to determine what food you will encounter for dinner.
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