Saturday, January 11, 2014

This Weeks HealthBlogger 01-10-14


Enjoy this week's cutting edge research and begin to take charge of your own health.

Are you unsure of what you should eat?
Diet is confusing.   Should you eat Paleo, Atkins, Mediterranean, or should you be a vegetarian.  
Here are some guidelines to help you see what will work best for you, using Nutrigenomics and our inherited genes, via blood types.

In my practice, I recommend that my clients do strict Paleo for 1 month, and then add slowly back in what may be allowed based on their blood type.  Usually 3 days of testing will let your body know, what you can get away with. But honestly, all GMO's and most grains are best removed, as well as regular milk.  Fermented dairy can be the exception.  I don't recommend anyone be a strict vegetarian.  cw

Learn to eat right for your genes, this is what to eat if you have type 0 blood type. - More

What foods to eat if you are blood type A. - More

What foods to eat if you are blood type B or AB. - More

Putting it all together. - More

Blood type and stress reduction. - More

Getting into more detail. - More

Resources to benefit from the ideas above...

Christopher Wiechert, CNC, is available for consultation on your health issues.  Always see a medical doctor and get a second opinion, from a nutritionally oriented practitioner.  This is called Integrated Medicine.

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