Blood type A diet

By Anonymous Latest Reply 2012-02-25 23:15:01 -0600
Started 2012-02-23 19:07:18 -0600

I am working with a holistic doctor, in addition to my MD. She has me on the Blood Type A eating program. Anyone familiar with thus plan? I've been on it a month, feeling better; but blood sugars still keep being out of control. Any advice?

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GabbyPA 2012-02-25 20:34:48 -0600 Report

I have a friend whose uncle was turned around 180 with this kind of plan. I don't know how long it took, and maybe some time will be the best teller. Now these diets are for your blood type, but not to take into account your diabetes. You may want to adjust it again to fit that format by cutting carbs and replacing with other foods for your blood type.

Did you have your initial test done for your type or did you just start it without looking at your personal condition? My friend's uncle had cancer that went into remission. So there might be something missing if they did not consider your diabetes.

jayabee52 2012-02-25 23:15:01 -0600 Report

I have been in discussion with this person via inbox and I tried to give her pointers about the menu she's eating and little tweaks she could make.

jayabee52 2012-02-24 08:18:41 -0600 Report

Howdy Annon.

I knew someone who followed the Blood type A menu. She was a houseguest for a number of months in our home (just prior to my late wife "Jem's" passing). She bought her own groceries so I didn't know what she could and could not eat except she was sensitive to products containing gluten.

I checked out the net for the type A meal plan, and I saw nothing there which was wildly objectionable from a diabetes standpoint. So it might be something that you are eating which is not "playing nice" with your metabolism. (each of us metabolizes the same foods differently) I have developed a way to test one's Blood Glucose (BG) levels to determine which foods play nice with your BGs and which play nasty with them. Contact me via the inbox and I would be happy to send it to you. You could then create a meal plan which incorporates the elements of the Blood type A menu and is personalized for your unique metabolism, because it is based on testing YOUR unique reactions to foods.

The downside of this is you'd have to reveal your identity to me (only), so I would know to whom to send it. Reference this discussion in your inbox message to me.

I believe we could discuss what you are eating and not eating and perhaps I could suggest what may be going on with you and your body. Without specifics as to what you are eating and how much you are consuming of particular foods (and drinks as well), few could make specific suggestions.

Blessings to you and yours

James Baker

vivmac 2012-02-24 12:31:51 -0600 Report

Hi James… I was so happy to get this message from you. My name is Vivian and I can be reached at small. It would be much easier for me to converse over email anyway. I am looking forward to hearing back from you. I'm in California, where are you? Just curious. Viv