Blood Type Diet Review
How the Blood Type Diet Works
Created by Dr. Peter D’Adamo, the Blood Type Diet is a weight loss system that helps people choose the right foods to eat based on their blood types. D’Adamo claims that each person’s blood type is directly linked to his or her metabolism, so it is easy to figure out which foods people should be eating in order to shed pounds.
What’s good about the Blood Type Diet is that people are able to get specific meal plans based on their blood types. Unfortunately, it seems that people’s only chance of losing weight is going on a very restrictive diet. Since that is the case, it is hard to know if blood types have anything to do with it. When the diets are broken down, it seems like a lot of other weight loss plans and the blood type part of the diet is simply to stand out and make more sales.
Do Dieters Lose Weight on the Blood Type Diet?
There is a chance that people will lose weight while on the Blood Type Diet, but there is an even higher chance that those same people will gain it all back once they give up on the diet. The reason why many dieters will quit on the Blood Type Diet is because they have to avoid many of their favorite foods while also greatly limiting the amount of calories that they consume.
One good thing about the Blood Type Diet is that it does come with specific exercise plans based on people’s blood types. This isn’t as much of an advantage for dieter’s, though, because they will be zapped of energy due to the extremely low amount of calories they will be eating each day.
Level of Effort
In one way, the Blood Type Diet is a very easy weight loss system to understand since all people have to know is their blood type. However, since this is the type of diet that leads to major food cravings, it actually becomes a very difficult diet program to get through. It is also a pretty expensive diet since there are specific meals that people have to eat, so that just adds to the challenge.
There are some good weight loss ideas in the Blood Type Diet book, but most of those same ideas have been around for a while now. Other than pointing out that eating fatty foods is bad and that exercise is good, the Blood Type Diet doesn’t bring anything new to the table. Since there is no proof that blood type is directly connected to one’s metabolism, it is hard to give the book any credit for people’s weight loss.
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