KPM222's Review of Blood Type DietReviewed on 9/25/18 4:44 AM
This app contains inaccurate information that contradicts the book and many of it’s functions do not work (e.g. Shopping List).
Climax510's Review of Blood Type DietReviewed on 8/28/19 1:59 PM
Purchased your app. Because I don’t use the default iPhone email client each time I open Blood Type diet it gives me a No Mail Account error. Please setup email inorder to send email. Please fix this bug. It’s nagging, irritation and persistent
Frankie2toes's Review of Blood Type DietReviewed on 8/28/19 1:59 PM
This diet healed my digestion after 12 years of failed mutational protocols. I cannot possibly highly enough praise this diet, and the supplements. I knew something was wrong with my digestion and was constantly trying to heal it for 12 years. I even saw a gastroenterologist for it specifically at one time which was useless because the doctor didn’t have any understanding about gut health. I tried GAPS diet, AIP diet, bone broth protocol, elimination diet, grain feee diet, paleo, vegan, intermittent fasting, periodic fasting, green juicing, numerous high quality brand expensive supplements and teas, essential oils, coconut oil, and many other general natural health treatments. None of it helped me. I had studied advanced endocrinology, physiology, and nutritional science, and also sought God for wisdom, but couldn’t make one bit of improvement to the miserable digestion. Then I nearly died, and then went to see a certain doctor recommended by a lady from church who worked at a health food store. It turns out the doctor I saw specializes entirely on the blood type diet and he emphasizes the fact that digestive health is crucial, and any problems with it cause serious disease. I found out I’m a non-secretor of the fucos enzyme by saliva test (I now understand genetics testing can show this and a bunch of other things). Before I even learned my secretor status, i got on the exact diet for my blood type, eating ONLY the highly beneficial foods. I could tell my intestinal mucosa layer had grown back within 10 days. I had healthy bowel movements. I lost 6 pounds in 10 days due to inflammatory toxins going out of my body. This was before I even made the additional non-secretor adjustments when i got the results. My brain health improved. The formerly ever present gut-brain torment subsided. Autoimmune symptoms reduced. From the second day on the nutrition plan, I loved eating food for the first time in my life. I used to hate eating. I suppose everyone on earth who has a sense they have an irritated, inflamed digestive system, could benefit from getting on this diet eating only the highly beneficial foods for your blood type and stay on it forever. Pasty, smeary stool, frequent yeast odor, and a tendency to not enjoy eating - these indicate intestinal deterioration. The mucosa layer needs to be grown back. That’s what this diet does. I would also urge the entire portion of the human population that doesn’t have any digestive issues to eat this nutrition plan eating only the neutral and highly beneficial foods for their blood type. The secretor status is very important. Anyone who had no digestive problems probably doesn’t need to worry about it. My sense is all the non-secretor are sick work digestive disease, chronic fatigue, and symptoms of immune problems. I will stay on it diligently for life. Im an O- non-secretor. It costs only about $20 to get started on this most valuable healing protocol, plus the cost of ordinary food. I wish I could talk with someone in the company. I still need a lot of help and progress in understanding what more I can do as a non-secretor with a decades long history of autoimmune and gut disease, to gain further benefits to my microbiome. I’ve told thousands of people online and in real life every day about this diet, the website, books, deflect supplement, and the fucos enzyme test. Unfortunately I can’t see the aforementioned doctor anymore as I can’t afford it now as he was pay-out-of-pocket because he declines to participate in chemical pill pushing, and also I live 4 hours away now. I want to say thank you very much Mr. D’Adamo and everyone who is involved in his company and practice.
ellebhr's Review of Blood Type DietReviewed on 8/28/19 1:59 PM
This app has aided me in finding foods that I can eat on the go, but for a paid app it is clunky and badly designed. The layout for the recipes makes it hard to read on a smartphone. Plus when you pick your blood type it should save it so you don’t have to click on your blood type again to find recipes that are in that range. All in all it needs a redesign to make it beautiful and easier to use.
ConnieDodson's Review of Blood Type DietReviewed on 8/28/19 1:59 PM
This update has a printable shopping list, and there are links to recipes. It has the supplements, and more new features.
Dr.David's Review of Blood Type DietReviewed on 8/28/19 1:59 PM
Thank you for updating this valuable app! It is one of the few paid apps that I keep on my devices and use regularly. I appreciate the update and hope they keep coming.
Kd56's Review of Blood Type DietReviewed on 8/28/19 1:59 PM
For 3.99 it’s not worth the money. It’s a nice too look at type app but i can go to a website for free for the info it gave. Needs an upgrade. Throw in some meal plans based off your blood type. Even the recipes take you to a website that is free info. If i could get a refund i would.
nursechaney's Review of Blood Type DietReviewed on 7/18/18 9:12 PM
I love this app already and just got it! I’m a big believer in #ER4YT; however I would love to see this app get even more detailed by adding your genetic type food list (explorer, teacher, hunter, etc).
nicolemainaccount's Review of Blood Type DietReviewed on 4/20/18 10:18 PM
Since this app is not free - I expected to use it to its full extent, that’s not the case. Each time I click to learn more about “Secretor” it kicks me out. I’ve done this eight times. Terrible.
The NickCostello Jam's Review of Blood Type DietReviewed on 2/23/18 8:32 PM
Not matching the food lists on the revised 2016 edition of the book.