I have googled what my blood type can handle type of foods thru a dr. lam. I don't know if he's a real doctor but what he says make sense for my blood type and what foods to avoid and what foods I can have and why I can/can't have them. I follow his guidelines and while I haven't lost much in weight I seem to be healthier overall but again, this is my testimony only and I wish you the best of health.View Thread
Possibly look into a diet (foods) that works for your blood type and while I am no doctor but I am speaking from my own testimony, when I googled on what my blood type foods were I try to work with them and it generally helps you overall not just to lose weight but help your body be in the best shape it can. The doctor that wrote up the one I looked into is named dr. lam and he also explains why certain foods whether good or not work either against you or not (diabetes, hypertension, etc.) This is from my testimony and it's best, if possible to discuss it with your doctor too. Hope this info helps. Best wishes.View Thread
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