Comments. I searched Wikipedia to find information on blood type diets because I read about which you can read here: % 20Diets% Blood group B is, according to D’Adamo, the nomad, associated with a strong immune system and a flexible digestive system. technology have helped rebuild and normalize the bodily systems so they can function (internet search: “Biotype Diets ”). Generally. Characterizing Neurotrophic Systems in the Primate Amygdala That are Relevant to Reward Learning Capacity in Binge Eating Disorder.
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We need secondary Reliable Sources with scientific data, not a totally unsupported claim that futhers D’Adamo’s interest. D’Adamo has published the theoretical basis of his hypothesis in ideas in over a dozen well-sourced publications, including siets academic Textbook. If you view referencesthe critical mantra dits “no scientific evidence” making a detailed scientific discussion difficult.
I see Laura Power ‘PhD’ http: These sources are valid for the article, but they are not being properly employed by scholarly writing standards. Do not edit the contents of this page. Does that answer your questions clearly enough?
I’m sure there is plenty of controversy and media coverage for such an article to meeting WP: Since you’ve accused me of “intellectual dishonesty” whatever that iswhy not take your words on to the floor and show us what you have.
Which I will use this area to direct to the page in the book that is being discussed for an editor of wikipedia can also look it up in the book to help change the read that is currently showing. She has two books due sometime in I have added this page to project Rational Skepticism but I’m curious if this article belongs in any other projects.
The Eat Right for Your Type diet encourages people to particular foods and avoid others based on their blood type — A, B, AB, and O, based on the belief that different blood types affect the digestive system differently, and that while some foods might be beneficial to one individual can be dangerous for another.
Although it has the ring of the scientist, the facts are incorrect. Finally, I’d like to understand why every time anyone includes a reference to a well-known association between some physiological process and ABO blood groups –such as IAP or vWF– that will almost automatically have significance with regard to diet, it gets hacked out?
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There is “no evidence” of any dietary link to blood type because no one in the medical or nutritional academic establishment has EVER studied syetem question in a scientific fashion, probably because it would be politically incorrect and professionally self-defeating to do so.
There are numerous valid criticisms of the Blood type diet theory, but making absolute, “black-or-white” statements implying that ‘everyone’ in the health care fields disagree with the theory is poor scholarship and sytem encyclopedic writing.
So since there are some studies, all of the “opinion” citations need to go. Please compare the claim that there are no scientific evidence that elderberry can cure common flu with this wikipedia article which claims the opposite http: This article is ridiculously biased by the claims that your theory has been supported by European research.
I helped craft this semi-neutral page and it was a tooth and nail fight to balance the views of diet advocates and skeptics. Most do not represent comprehensive scientific studies of the subject.
In fact, research shows that lectins which are specific for a particular ABO type are not found in foods except for one or two rare exceptions, e. This is clearly an education problem. In addition, I wanted to add additional references Stilinovic, M.
The conclusion is unavoidable: However, there are randomized, scientific studies to support balanced, low-carbohydrate diets, with a recent article published in the Annals of Internal Medicine. This stub does not contain any science at all.
You can believe in it if you want, but if you choose to believe in it, do your friends and biotyep a favor and don’t try and covert everyone around you.
If someone was going to paste up a pure opinion by Putzai, why not get another lectinologist Gerhard Uhlenbruck to provide another? As to your claim that, “It’s the usual defense of quacks all over the world to say that only someone who has studied the same subjects as them is qualified to evaluate their work,” I couldn’t agree more. There is conflict of interest, POV issues, etc. If you actually read any of the articles to which you have linked, you would realise that a scientific consensus on the blood type diet hypothesis is currently impossible, as there has not yet been widespread “communication at conferences, the publication process, replication reproducible results by others and peer review,” and therefore the WP: This significantly biases the article in favor of D’Adamo despite significant valid criticisms of the diet.
It is unheard of. I feel like there’s a degrading tone towards dets there. Those are not references to research reports– those are links to selected quotes on your self-aggrandizing website!
Wikipedia is a forum for encyclopedic reporting of reality as we as a human species collectively know it, not as a place to grandstand about particular views and political positions amongst the various schools of medicine.
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However, the author has stated in the past that it is sgstem oversimplification to characterize his description of the evolution of the blood groups as a matter of mutational selection, and that this often represents attempts to discredit the theory by cherry-picking obfuscations that inevitably result when one is forced to depict scientifically complex material in context of a mass-market diet book. What I have seen from the “criticisms” of true scientists in any of those fields is that while they concur with D’Adamo’s assessment of the evidence, because they are unable to take the “bigger picture” of the hypothesis into account, they state that it is “impossible” to extrapolate the evidence to make viable dietary recommendations.
More signs that this article biotypee toxic material, although this instance is so stupid that I think it actually complements the overall tone of the article and serves as a bit of a warning:.
The article is very poorly written, citations are abused and misapplied.
Yes, there are other individuals doing similar research. Actually, in this case there have been a few studies. This article has glaring NPOV issues and should never have languished so long.
Where is this quotation from?