In January 2014, scientists at the University of Toronto, Canada
published the results of a study involving 1,500 adults. They wanted to
test the efficacy of this Blood type diet.
Forms where filled; blood samples were taken; blood sugar levels were recorded etc...
These people were then asked to follow a strict blood type diet. They were monitored to see if there were any changes.
The lead researcher Dr. Ahmed El-Sohemy reported:
“The way an individual responds to any one of these diets has
absolutely nothing to do with their blood type and has everything to do
with their ability to stick to a sensible, vegetarian or
low-carbohydrate diet. It was an intriguing hypothesis so we felt we should put it to the test. We can now be confident in saying that the blood type diet hypothesis is false”
I am so pleased at this conclusion as this Blood type fad diet never made any sense to me.