Dieta sanguínea

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As dietas do tipo sanguíneo são dietas da moda[1] promovidas por alguns autores, dos quais o mais proeminente é Peter J. D'Adamo.[2] Os proponentes alegam que o fator mais importante para determinar uma dieta saudável é o grupo sanguíneo, pelo que recomendam uma dieta específica para cada tipo de sangue.

O consenso entre nutricionistas, médicos e cientistas é de que não existe qualquer evidência científica que apoie a eficácia destas dietas.[2][2][3][4][5][6][7]

Referências

  1. Baldwin, EJ (2004). «Fad diets in diabetes» (PDF). Br J Diabetes Vasc Dis. 4: 333–7. doi:10.1177/14746514040040050901 
  2. a b c Leila Cusack; Emmy De Buck; Veerle Compernolle; Philippe Vandekerckhove (1 de julho de 2013). «Blood type diets lack supporting evidence: a systematic review.». The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 98 (1): 99–104. PMID 23697707. doi:10.3945/ajcn.113.058693 
  3. May-Jean King (4 de julho de 2000). «2: ABO Polymorphisms and their putative biological relationships with disease». Human Blood Cells (Consequences of Genetic Polymorphisms and Variations). [S.l.]: World Scientific Pub Co Inc. p. 44. ISBN 978-1860941962. doi:10.1142/9781848160309_0002. As it is not possible to comparatively re-interpret all of the published data, we have tried to present this data with a reasonably "open mind", so that you may "find your own truth". However, it must be stated that an "open mind" should not extend to some of the non-scientific literature where there are books on the ABO system of pure fantasy. 206 The most recent and incredulous of these claims that individuals of each ABO blood type must subscribe to a specific diet in order to stay healthy, live longer and achieve an ideal weight! 
  4. May-Jean King (4 de julho de 2000). «2: ABO Polymorphisms and their putative biological relationships with disease». Human Blood Cells (Consequences of Genetic Polymorphisms and Variations). [S.l.]: World Scientific Pub Co Inc. p. 44. ISBN 978-1860941962. doi:10.1142/9781848160309_0002. As it is not possible to comparatively re-interpret all of the published data, we have tried to present this data with a reasonably "open mind", so that you may "find your own truth". However, it must be stated that an "open mind" should not extend to some of the non-scientific literature where there are books on the ABO system of pure fantasy. 206 The most recent and incredulous of these claims that individuals of each ABO blood type must subscribe to a specific diet in order to stay healthy, live longer and achieve an ideal weight! 
  5. Katherine Zeratsky (12 de agosto de 2010). «Blood type diet: What is it? Does it work?». Mayo Clinic. Consultado em 21 de agosto de 2013. Cópia arquivada em 12 de junho de 2011 
  6. David C K Roberts (200). «Quick weight loss: sorting fad from fact». The Medical Journal of Australia. 175: 637–40. PMID 11837873. Arquivado do original em 24 de agosto de 2011 
  7. Wang, Jingzhou; Bibiana García-Bailo; Daiva E. Nielsen; Ahmed El-Sohemy (15 de janeiro de 2014). «ABO Genotype, 'Blood-Type' Diet and Cardiometabolic Risk Factors». PLoS ONE. 9 (1): e84749. PMC 3893150Acessível livremente. PMID 24454746. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0084749