The Genotype Diet : Change Your Genetic Destiny to Live the Longest, Fullest and Healthiest Life Possible, Paperback

The Genotype Diet : Change Your Genetic Destiny to Live the Longest, Fullest and Healthiest Life Possible Paperback

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With his acclaimed Eat Right 4 Your Type(R) diet series, Dr Peter D'Adamo started a health craze which proved that when it comes to dieting, one plan does not fit all.

He now takes his groundbreaking research to the next level with his unique The GenoTypeT Diet, a customized health programme that has been designed to work with your genetic makeup to maximize weight loss and prevent or even reverse disease.

Without the need for expensive tests, or even a visit to the doctor, Dr D'Adamo reveals your previously hidden genetic strengths and weaknesses and, using a range of simple diagnostic tools to show you how to discover which of the six GenoTypeT health plans is right for you, provides a precise, customized diet and lifestyle programme for every individual.

Devised by one of today's foremost healthcare pioneers, The GenoTypeT Diet is accessible, fun to use and based on the very latest, cutting-edge genetic research.

Quite simply, it's a twenty-first-century plan for wellness and weight loss that will help you to live the longest, fullest and healthiest life possible.


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 384 pages, Illustrations
  • Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Diets & dieting
  • ISBN: 9780593061169



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Interesting concept, not sure if it would suit me, may have to return to this another time, I'm torn between hunter and exporer and suspect I may also have some teacher or nomad traits. I'm aure there are some glimmerings of truth in his concept that one diet doesn't fit all but I'm not sure if it would work for me. May try some of the ideas again, thankfully I don't have to give up meats and some of the concepts about at least one of the genotypes (explorer) having skin breakouts and liver issues does resonate. Parts of this I did skim but overall interesting ideas.