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How to start the Blood Type Diet

Human brain and colorful question markWant to try the Blood Type Diet but don’t know where to start?

I recommend dietary changes, including the Blood Type Diet, often, but I’ve never shared the specifics of how I made this transition in my own life!  I was actually interviewed about “how blood type changes my life” for DNTO on CBC Radio last fall – listen to my story here and then check out my simple and easy secrets of how to start the Blood Type Diet.…

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Blood type and heart disease

You may have seen media coverage lately on a study connecting blood type and coronary heart disease. Two large, prospective cohort studies (studies that follow and observe individuals over a period of time to determine how chosen factors affect outcomes) conducted over 20 years have found that “ABO blood group is significantly associated with [coronary heart disease] risk” in both women and men.…

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Dr. Maura Henninger, ND

Resolutions right for your type

What’s a list of New Year’s resolutions without the requisite ‘lose weight’ among the top five?  And what better way than with the Blood Type Diet?

For some, it’s not as much about losing weight as it is about adopting healthier habits and those can encompass eating better, exercising more, sleeping more soundly, reducing stress and a whole host of other wellness goals. …

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What is the Blood Type Diet, part 1

“One man’s food is another man’s poison.”

This saying has never been more true! This is the first part of a two-part blog all about blood type and the Blood Type Diet – stay tuned for part two coming soon!

The Blood Type Diet was the major catalyst for me to become a naturopathic doctor, so I can say that it literally changed my life, both health-wise, but also career-wise.…

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Blood type diet and eyes

Blood type dietCheck out this blog by Suzanne Graham pondering whether improvements to eye health and vision may be due to the Blood Type Diet.

In fact, nutrition is very important for eye health! While in naturopathic school, opthalmologist Dr. Peter Shaw, who taught a unit on differential diagnosis for the eye, was a major believer in this!…

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