Blood type dating
Although I don’t want to get ahead of the game, for the observant reader, you may be curious to know how Dr.D’Adamo dreamed up this complex dietary system and if a long trail of experimental human clinical trials exist to support Peter’s recommendations? Before we get into the science or lack thereof of the blood type diet, I’ve got to flesh out a few more of the underlying concepts. D' Adamo believes that blood group O ("O for Old") was the earliest human blood type and that all humans at one time maintained this blood group before the subsequent evolutionary appearance of blood types A, B and AB (reference 1, pp. Accordingly, Peter believes that people with the O blood type had ancestors who were skillful hunters and whose diets were high in meat and animal proteins.They will continue to date if things are working out, but as stated before, marriage was always the goal in the first place.The truth of the matter is, most travelers and expats will probably never experience this type of set-up outside of movies or television.Blood type diets were first popularized by Peter D’Adamo, a naturopathic physician, in his best selling 1996 book, Eat Right 4 Your Type1. D’Adamo’s book came from subjective clinical impressions of his father, James D’Adamo; also a naturopathic physician who first proposed this concept in his book, One Man’s Food is Someone Else’s Poison 16 years earlier in 19802.As a member of Bastyr College’s first graduating class of naturopathic physicians in 1982, Peter became interested in attempting to validate his father’s subjective and personal observations from reviews of the scientific and medical literature – thus the fundamental reason for Peter writing his hugely successful diet book.The point is to get to know more people and essentially expand your network leading to future possible encounters.
While this is categorized under blind dating in Korea, it is better to think of this as a group hangout.
Keep this thought in mind, as it may well explain the lasting popularity of Peter’s first book. ) and replace meats with some "highly beneficial" fish and seafood – Hmm, lots of fresh fruits and veggies for type A’s, little wheat or dairy and fish instead of meat? Peter next tells us that blood type B, "developed sometime between 10,000 and 15,000 B. in the area of the Himalayan highlands – now part of present-day Pakistan and India (reference 1, p. Peter suggests that type B’s have evolved the most varied diet and can include both meats and dairy in their daily menu, but again should avoid wheat.
Peter now goes on to explain to us that blood group A ("A is for Agrarian") "appeared somewhere in Asia or the Middle East between 25,000 and 15,000 B. Before we move on to the final blood type (AB) it should be noted that Dr. He characterizes "AB is for Modern" and states "Until ten or twelve centuries ago, there was no Type AB blood." (reference 1, p. Peter indicates that AB’s are a conglomeration of type A and type B blood types, and consequently their diets should reflect a mixture of the recommendations he makes for these blood groups.
The groups will meet for coffee or drinks and play various games to get to know one another.
This type of blind dating is probably one of the more fun options in Korea, as it takes some of the pressure off to impress an individual.