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Blood Type Diet

I haven’t written for a loooong time! It feels really good to be typing away like this again. :)

Anyways, here is something interesting for the new year…just right to complement my new year’s resolution to eat better and be healthier…hehehe. I thought I’d share this with you because it’s not only informative, but interesting, too.

We have unique genetic make-ups, and so, we have equally unique needs in terms of nutrition. Depending on our blood type, some of us are pre-disposed to certain illnesses such as diabetes, thyroid malfunction, cancer, heart disease, etc. However, we can short circuit the development of these diseases if we know how to eat right so we can provide enough support to the weak areas of our body. So they say, we should have a diet that is appropriate for our genetic make-up or our blood type.

I wish I have known this when I was younger! My blood type is O…and type O people are predisposed to thyroid problems. True enough, I was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism when I was 14, and while it has been finally controlled when I was 24, the impacts of my thyroid malfunction still affects my general health today. As it is, my hormones are still somewhat out of whack. :)

If you want to blow out 100 candles on your birthday cake, or just plain curious, you may want to read up on Blood Type Diet. A note of caution though…don’t take too long here on earth, your family and friends might think that you never made it to heaven. :)


Comment from William Bermudo
Time: January 21, 2009, 3:55 am

Wiiih! Kelangan ko toh! Kaso ang hirap naman po kasi… ^_^.

Comment from Badeth
Time: January 29, 2009, 9:44 am

Hehehe… good tips, indeed! How I wish I found this when I was only 16.

Is 42 too late? Hehehe

Comment from monette
Time: January 31, 2009, 4:31 am

ganon talaga…no pain no gain. hehehe. :)

Comment from monette
Time: January 31, 2009, 4:32 am

not at all! go try it, ms b! :)

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