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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The key point is that no scientific research has either proven or dis-proven these theories. That has not been researched. Also, you can currently look at her research on her website here: If you wish to start a new discussion or revive an old one, please do so on the current talk page.

But this also means that the presence of such studies then requires that mere “opinions” of scientists that have no reference to any studies then do not get included in the article. Where is this quotation from? Be happy you dont seem worth the trouble right now.

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. This article is full of red herrings and non-falsifiable claims by a variety of critics with their own agendas to further. Clearly, that’s their opinion, and they are welcome to it, but I could just as equally state that based on only the one recent study on cardiovascular disease risk and blood groups cited supra, it is quite likely more important for group A individuals and less important for group O individuals to adhere to the principles of a cardioprotective diet plant-based proteinswhich is reflected in D’Adamo’s recommendations.

In addition, I wanted to add additional references Stilinovic, M. This article has glaring NPOV issues and should never have languished so long. Whether this was posted by the author of the Blood Type Diet, we cannot be certain. In the opening of the article, the citations referencing “consensus in the scientific community” do nothing of the sort.


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This next one is just dead wrong. Disputing the science behind this theory by citing shortcomings in a book obviously written for the mass market, while ignoring or excluding a much more intellectually intense primary body of work just illustrates the superficiality of the whole Wikipedia enterprise, and prompts me to dispute the neutrality of this article.

D’Adamo groups those thirteen races together by ABO blood group, each type within this group having unique dietary recommendations:. I also believe that My D’Adamo is understandably inaccurate in his historic dates for which he can be forgiven as the gist of the theory is correct. But no more than the usual intellectual dishonesty associated with your enterprises. There is considerable supporting data.

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. I searched Wikipedia to find information on blood type diets because I read about them in a magazine, but I could not find anything except this article.

The degree of inappropriate permeability varies. Unfortunately, this topic is another example of a comparatively “new” theory being shouted jne by members of the academic establishment who have a vested interest in preserving the conventional wisdom on which they have based their life’s work. Since the diet is, unfortunately, very well known and the article was not uncritical Dieys regard that decision as incomprehensible.

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Pubmed is full of references to lectin characterizations that include blood group specificity http: Also claiming that there is “consensus” among literally thousands of various health professionals that the blood type diet ‘has no scientific basis’ is a near impossibility; its a very poor, black-and white absolutiststatement logically and statistically nearly impossible and makes the article opening lose credibility and look like an opinion piece.

Until a serious and unbiased attempt is made to examine all the facts, not just posting references to unsupported criticisms that have their own agendas be they vegetarian diets or a generalized dislike of alternative medicine I will stress the need to call the entire neutral stance of the article into question. Not 20, BP as the “Dr. Furthermore, the man advertises himself as a Doctor he is NOT an MD and tells you how you can become a patient in one of his clinics.


Don’t try and tell them they have to believe in it. Sgstem is “no evidence” of any dietary link to blood type because no one in the medical or nutritional academic establishment has EVER studied the question in a scientific fashion, probably because it would fiets politically incorrect and professionally self-defeating to do so. Lots of people read the personality descriptions and dietary recommendations and simply decide it is not for them and it probably isn’t.

If you are could you please admit that or state that you work with him before editing the page.

I believe that the above user is Mr D’Adamo. Most of the criticisms listed are cherry picked from a variety of sources which have been disputed or dispensed with numerous times. Wikipedia should require people to watch a video, or read an article, on neutral writing style before allowing them to edit. Leaky gut can be identified with blood tests after ingesting chemicals that should not be absorbed.

BLPand WP: I see Laura Power ‘PhD’ http: I have added this page to project Jnfm Skepticism but I’m curious if this article belongs in any other projects. The Title is oddly ‘general’ but the arguments against a blood based diet are directed towards a specific source with a tone of malice directed specifically towards an author of a book 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.

Perhaps, as Klaper would maintain, making everyone a vegan and limiting everyone to one stereotype would be even better.