1. Horseradish may do more than just spice up your favorite sandwich. Scientists have shown that this spice/food has substantial activity against a range of bad bacteria. Horseradish is a neutral or beneficial for all blood types. 2. Rocking a child has health benefits Regularly rocking a child can promote brain growth, results in faster weight gain, earlier development of vision and hearing, and earlier … Continue reading 10 Health Facts from the Files of Dr. Peter J. D’Adamo
One of the most common criticisms of natural medicine is that it lacks supportive evidence. This is simply not true! In many cases, there is as much or more research evidence for natural medicine as there is for conventional medicine. The purpose of this blog is to clarify the true meaning of evidence-based medicine (EBM) and explore its role in contributing to natural medicine. What … Continue reading Is Evidence-Based Medicine Compatible with Naturopathic Principles?
1. Your brain takes a lot of fuel. Did you know that your brain accounts for less than 2% of your body weight, yet uses roughly 20% of our daily calories. 2. Your brain is a picky eater. It demands a constant supply of glucose, primarily obtained from carbohydrates like fruits, veggies and grains. Sugary snacks provide the wrong kind of glucose, and damages cells … Continue reading 10 Amazing Facts About Your Brain
There are various types of commercially available detox diets, but some superfoods can help clear your body of toxins naturally. Refer to the following list of right-for-all-type foods for your next Blood Type Diet-friendly detox: The Detox Dozen 1. Lemons Contain vitamin C that the body needs to make glutathione that the liver uses in its detox process. 2. Blueberries Loaded with antioxidants and phytonutrients. … Continue reading Detox Dozen: 12 Superfoods that Naturally Cleanse the Body
By the time we reach adulthood, we’ve most likely experienced a panic attack or anxiety attack. Lots of things can trigger mild anxiety; public speaking, worries over a test or work project or concern over a friend or family member’s health or well-being. Just like our tolerance for certain foods, our tolerance for stress is different based on our blood type and yet, even among … Continue reading Managing Mild Anxiety Attacks
Dr. Ginger Nash is a naturopathic physician who worked with Dr. Peter J. D’Adamo at the Center of Excellence in Generative Medicine. We are fortunate to have her insight into the connection between blood type and stress and depression. Q: Are individuals of certain blood types more susceptible to different types of depression or anxiety? What causes this? A: One’s blood type can certainly predispose … Continue reading Depression, Stress and Your Blood Type
Nobody likes to feel bloated. Reduce the likelihood of feeling like a balloon with these easy tips: 1. Follow your Blood Type Diet Eating the right foods reduces the chances that your digestive system will rebel! Find individualized food lists here, or use our Blood Type Diet App. 2. Stay away from carbonated beverages Tiny bubbles can cause big problems in your gut. Instead of … Continue reading 5 Easy Steps to Prevent Bloating with Personalized Nutrition
Exercise is widely considered by health professionals to be an antidote to stress. But what if the type of exercise program you choose is causing stress rather than providing relief? Exercise: One Size Does Not Fit All Dr. Peter D’Adamo believes that individuals have a different physiological response to various types of exercise. In other words, the spinning class that energizes your best friend and makes her feel great may … Continue reading Is Your Workout Making You Stressed? Personalize it.