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Based on his revolutionary and highly effective Blood Type Diet ®, Dr. Peter J. D’Adamo with personal wellness chef Kristin O’Connor has written a set of practical, personalized cookbooks, so you can eat right for your type every day!

Packed with recipes specifically designed for your Blood Type O diet, the Personalized Cookbook features a variety of delicious and nutritious recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as snacks, soups and other temping treats that make eating right for your type easy and satisfying. It is an essential kitchen companion with masterfully-crafted recipes that make cooking with lean, grass-fed meats, sprouted grains, organic vegetables and fruits an exciting and healthy adventure. In this book, you will find delicious recipes for Cinnamon Millet Crepes, Ratatouille, Beef Tips with Wild Mushrooms, and Chocolate Salted Nut Clusters. In addition to over 150 recipes and beautiful color photos, this book also includes:

• Valuable tips on stocking the Blood Type O pantry and freezer
• Creative ideas for last minute meals
• A four-week meal planner
• Recipes tagged for non-Secretors and suitable substitutions

Previously published as Personalized Living Using the Blood Type Diet (Type O)

Product Details

  • Paperback: 272 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley; 1 edition (October 1, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0425269485
  • ISBN-13: 978-0425269480
  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 0.7 x 9.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds

Customer Reviews

Great Resource! Needs Editing…

 on January 17, 2014
By StarAsh
This is a must have for anybody really trying to follow the A Blood Type diet. Planning meals from this book is so much more relaxed than trying to amend other recipes to fit the blood type diet. It has made grocery shopping and meal planning much easier for me. Plus, the recipes are delicious. The Veggie Lasagna is the best veggie lasagna I have ever had! And some of the meals seem so indulgent compared to how I was trying to follow the blood type diet on my own – especially the Herb-Crusted Turkey Breast, Stone-Fruit Salad, and Fish Tacos. Major props to Chef Kristin O’Conner for developing such healthy, delicious meals!

Four Stars for Junky Photos

 on February 15, 2016
By Lamothe Family
This book contains a great amount of recipes. Starting the blood type diet can be confusing, and it’s tiring to constantly reference the “good” list of foods when cooking or meal planning. This takes care of that problem. The pictures are pretty lackluster, so I’m not raving about them, but the recipes themselves are solid. There’s a section for main dishes, side dishes, snacks and drinks.

There are many excellent recipes in this cookbook

 on August 6, 2017
By A. Johnston
There are many excellent recipes in this cookbook. My goal was to reduce chronic inflammation problems and, coupled with Dr. D’Adamo’s supplement Scienca, I have had noticeable success. Aging is what it is and nothing will eradicate all aches and pains, but I find this approach helpful. I do wish the book had a table of contents/index with page numbers so I could easily locate recipes rather than have to flip through sections time and again to find them. At some point, I’m going to sit down and tab with Post-It notes all of my favorites, a bit tedious and doomed to get raggedy over time. As long as I’m asking, a binder approach to remove a recipe while cooking, laminated to protect from inevitable damage, would be great. Also, I would like a per-serving caloric count, rather that just a “serves 4” or how ever many. The desserts are health conscious, so don’t expect the “to die for” (yes, there’s a literal as well as a figurative side to that expression) exquisiteness from heavy creams, refined sugars, Julia Child-volumes of butter, etc. Still, there are some treats to be had for those who are used to a fixed focus on overall health. Just so the salient point is not missed by my wish list – the recipes are worth the purchase of this book, and then some.

These recipes are DELISH

 on December 26, 2013
By J. Smith
The recipes are so delish, but they take a lot of work to make. Buy the staples and then the maintenance of eating well. Don’t try this plan if you are short on time. You would have to really cook all day and do a lot of freezing. But the flavors in these meals are great. Also once you make the main dish you still have side dishes to make. I wish there was a meal all planed out so pairing would be easier.

(The recipe for salmon is wonderful! ) I actually loaned this book out just …

 on February 13, 2017
By Dana Gartner
Dr. D’Adamo’s theories are, I believe, controversial, AND this book is helpful for me as I seek to discover more new recipes for Type A blood. (The recipe for salmon is wonderful!) I actually loaned this book out just today to a friend who is learning to live with a new diagnosis.


 on March 29, 2016
By VA Walingford
I purchased this cookbook for my sister. She has not said much about it so I am unsure if she enjoyed it. I however, follow the meal suggestions to the “t” and I have lost over 15 pounds and feel much better. Diet is 80% and working out is 20% of lifestyle holistic change/improvement. Grateful for the information shared, easy read.

Good selection of stuff i’ll ACTUALLY make

 on July 19, 2017
By mpage
Obviously this is a cook book, so some recipes look great, while others make me want to gag… but it’s all about preference.

Love to cook healthy and this makes it easy

 on October 6, 2013
By Deborah S Gernentz
The information and the recipes in this book are really useful. The time it takes to prepare and cook most of the meals is so short that it makes my life easier. (Note: work 110+ miles from home and travel back and forth daily). With long commute daily and limited time to do other things, having a book that allows you to cook healthy and still have fun in the kitchen is a big blessing. Wonderful book!!!

Glad I bought this and use it all the time.

 on October 15, 2014
By Ceejdee
Easy to follow recipes and everyone that I have tried has come out tasty. I have found some favorites that I make over and over again. Some recipes I would like to try but I am having difficulty finding the ingredients. That is the only reason I have rated this a 4 and not a 5. I will say that ever since I have been following the Eat Right for Your Blood Type, my blood pressure has gone done and remains in the normal range and I feel great. I am maintaining weight rather than gaining. When I eat something that I am not supposed to, I do feel the indigestion. So having this cookbook really helps me to plan meals.