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Dynamic Health Counselling 

Holistic Nutrition & Blood Typing 

These discoveries mean that much of the current nutritional advice taught is no longer valid. One size does not fit all. We are unique in our nutritional needs and we now have bio-chemistry. It is now possible to determine a diet based on certain clinically proven typologies that fit each person, taking into account their particular needs and the scientific basis to measure that uniqueness and to provide a dietary plan for health and fitness that matches it for each person. At the same time, the study of nutrition must take place within a broader context of understanding


Health and illness, and how nutrition affects us not only physically, but in terms of our mental-emotional life. Health and wholeness are not simply the absence of symptoms, but the development of a profound sense of soundness and well-being.   The goal is to educate people about the healing power of food to get the nourishment their bodies need to support optimal function and maintain a superior quality of life.


Throughout your life, you’ve probably observed that some people tend to lose weight more easily, while for others, their weight is an ongoing battle. Or why some people are plagued by chronic illness while others stay healthy and vital well into their advanced years. Very simply, the answer is in your blood type. According to Dr.Peter J. D'Adamo, Naturopathic Doctor and author of Eat Right 4 Your Blood Type, knowing your blood type is an important tool for understanding how your body reacts to food, your susceptibility to disease, your natural reaction to stress, and so much more. Research indicates that your blood type is a key genetic factor that influences many areas of health and well-being. 


Your blood type antigens are not just in your blood! They are everywhere in your body, particularly in the surfaces that interact with the environment. These include your digestive tract, from your mouth to your large intestine, as well as your nasal passages and lungs. Because these blood type antigens are everywhere, they influence how your body reacts to the food you eat through several factors. For example,OAs you’ve learned, your blood type affects more than just the type of blood you'd need in the event of a transfusion – your blood type is a genetic factor that plays many roles in the human body. Choosing low-lectin, non-agglutinating foods that create a hospitable environment for your “good” intestinal flora and selecting foods that combat your disease risks are two good first steps in creating an individualized nutritional program just for you. Not sure if your A

Food fads come and go, but the facts are clear: everyone does not have the same basic nutritional needs. We all know someone who is a strict vegetarian and thrives on that diet, while others swear by Atkins or similar low-carb plans. I've found that your nutritional needs can be determined by your blood type. Take a look at the food lists in Eat Right 4 Your Type; they are a guide for choosing the foods that will allow you to lose weight, reduce inflammation, increase energy and lead a longer, healthier life. 

People of different blood types have different gut bacteria, in fact, certain bacteria are 50,000 more likely to turn up in people with one blood type or the other. This originated from our ancestors whose digestive tracts developed to accommodate one type of diet over another. For example, the microbiome of certain people developed to break down carbohydrates much more efficiently (blood type A) whereas, people lacking this ability (blood type O) tend to store carbs as fat. 

The lectins in certain foods bind to your blood type antigen and cause your blood to agglutinate (stick together), resulting in feelings of fatigue, headaches, digestive issues, skin problems and a host of other health issues. 


Not sure what your blood type is? We can help you find out.  











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