Originally Posted by sdf42450
its VERY hard to eat much over 2g/lb of protein, but the gains... both in mass and body composition are very nice
0311 can you reference any studies about eating for a specific blood type? i've heard people mention it, but i havnet' seen even evidence to support it
Sure, everyone knows I love science and bodybuilding ;)
I've never read this book, but I know from others that he doesn't provide alot of scientific research to back his claims. I do believe that there is some truth to it, so take it with a grain of salt. Personally, I need more scientific research to PROVE it, but he is more than qualified to bring it out in the open...
Steven M. Weissberg, M.D., F.A. C.O.G., is overseer of the clinical research team who accomplished the groundbreaking research of "The Answer is in Your Bloodtype". Joseph Christiano, A.P.P.T. is author of "My BodyÖGodís Temple", motivational speaker, educator, and internationally recognized fitness trainer, with 35 years in the fields of health and fitness. This article is excerpted with permission from "The Answer is in Your Bloodtype" by Steven M. Weissberg, M.D. & Joseph Christiano, A.P.P.T. Published by Personal Nutrition USA, 1-888-41BLOOD, www.4blood.com
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Very good article
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