Diets are like religion. Most followers think their way is the ONLY way.
If you’re a vegetarian, that’s the way everyone “should” eat. If you’re a carnivore – same answer.
If you don’t eat starches – no one ought to.
If you eat raw foods – only fools eat something cooked.
And so it goes.
Did you know there’s a way around all this.
It involves finding out what blood type you are – then figuring out what foods are appropriate for your blood type.
If you’re Blood Type O – for example, meat is very important to maintaining overall health. And starches like corn, rice and wheat are definitely out. Eat meat and you’ll get lean, lower your cholesterol and improve your health. Eat a vegetarian diet consisting of low fat grains – and you’ll get fat.
On the other hand, if you’re Blood Type A – meat is out and vegetables and grains are in. If you eat a lot of meat you’ll get fat. If you eat grains and avoid fat, you’ll get lean.
I guess this means there may be a lot of people out there trying to do their body and the planet some good – but they’re not doing either. Uggh.
Well, even this idea of looking at the perfect diet based upon your blood type is not accepted by many in the medical community.
Yet, as you know, I never assume someone’s advice is correct because he has an M.D. or Ph.D. behind his or her name. Likewise, I never discount someone’s advice because he’s not an M.D. – or because he’s an acupuncturist, chiropractor or naturopathic doctor.
The only real way to know is to test something for yourself and see what you discover – assuming you care to do so.
The same goes with how you exercise. There are people who can benefit from weight training. I did at one time in my life – and then I gave it up when I found Combat Conditioning something far more suited to what my body/mind really wanted and needed.
It wasn’t taught to me by an M.D. or Ph.D. Yet, today there are M.D.’s, Ph.D.’s, doctors of chiropractic, acupuncture and other healing modalities who recommend this program to their patients all day long.
If you get everything you need from weights or cardio, then stick with them.
On the other foot, if you’re looking for something more – a program that gives you strength, endurance and flexibility – all at the same time – then Combat Conditioning deserves your attention.
Use the program and experience the difference it can make.