Blood Type Diet Fails Empirical Test: Plant-Based Diet Benefits All Blood Types

Eat right for your type

New research shows this diet fails empirical tests

Ever heard of the Blood Type Diet? It was popular a few years ago and I know a lot of people who have tried it. I have tried versions of it and had good success. Know why? I have blood type A which does best on what is essentially a vegan diet. But other blood types are told to eat diets heavy in meat and saturated fats, which as we know are not considered healthy.

The article below discusses some new research that debunks the blood type diet.

Well, this month, Wang et al published “ABO Genotype, ‘Blood-Type’ Diet and Cardiometabolic Risk Factors” which provides an empirical refutation of the blood type diet theory.   Moreover, this paper provides some additional evidence to support my contention that human physiology is primarily adapted to a plant-based diet, as I have argued in Powered By Plants.[…]”

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