Blood Type Diet‪®‬ 4+

D'Adamo Personalized Nutrition®

Designed for iPad

    • $3.99



This is the only official Blood Type Diet® app released by Dr. Peter D’Adamo, international best selling author of the Eat Right For Your Type® book. Whether you are new to the Blood Type Diet® or a long time supporter, this app provides the food lists that are Right for Your Type® at your fingertips. It’s convenient when shopping, traveling, dining out, or simply when you are at home and don’t want to check the Eat Right For Your Type® book. The Blood Type Diet® app lists the Beneficial, Neutral, and Avoid foods for all four blood types. It now includes Unknown for those foods not determined.

You can easily lookup any food by its category such as vegetables, fish, and beverages or search by the name of the food itself.

This is the entry point for Dr. Peter D'Adamo's Blood Type Diet® based on Right for Your Type® food lists. It's a great way to keep the Blood Type Diet at your fingertips - a quick, concise, and easy reference.

Blood Type and optional Secretor Status selection
Food Lists
Shopping List - choose your own or combine family list for multiple blood types —see More section, then Family Food
Email Shopping List directly from the app
Family Food List - combine common foods for multiple blood types —icon indicator lets you know if your are viewing Family Food List or the individual's.
Information about each Blood Type
User Guide
Latest food updates
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Food Search
Convenient Recipe Access (Note: Internet connection required)

We do support our app and encourage you to ask a question if you need help - or maybe just tell us what you like (see More, then Feedback or email We do want the app to work for you.

If you are new to the Blood Type Diet®, you can visit the or websites to learn much more.

What’s New

Version 2.6.7

Resolved bug in V2.6.6 to fix an app freeze issue on some devices.

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
129 Ratings

129 Ratings

Phil n Steph ,

Development suggestions

The common family food lists should indicate what is neutral for both ir all types and not just the beneficial. Since each type can look up their respective full lists it makes no sense to show what one type can have or not have when in the “common view” lists.

Another suggestion would be to be able to enter what foods you did consume akin to the my fitness pal app so you can get a feel for how true you are to the diet. This would be outstanding and worth a monthly subscrption fee!

Hojojojo70 ,

Steered me in the right direction

I’ve used this app for almost 5 yrs. It’s the only thing that’s made sense considering I found it from having unrelated inflammatory issues other than just weight. That just was a by product of the incredible changes I experienced on accident. It explained so much and especially my adrenal issues recently, Im A type. I still learn from this app considering in laymen’s terms, you can’t absorb it all at once.
A good friend of mine told me about this and she had pretty much stopped. A few years later she was diagnosed with RA and went thru the beginnings of medical practicing after waiting for a year to get diagnosed. She finally went to a specialist in another state and started acupuncture with a eastern physician. They both put her on This blood type diet and lifestyle with changes in the gluten. She is no longer on any chemo drugs or RA drugs that were brutal, quite frankly. It’s amazing and incredible if I hadn’t seen this with my own eyes. Get the app. The lists will have to be revisited for a while as I still do.

Squirreley ,

Great App

I am type B and have been on this diet for six months. So many of my IBS, Fibro, and pain symptoms have subsided. I can actually handle cow milk again so evidently my lactose issues were remedied by eliminating other things. I bought all the books associated with this diet but having this app makes it so easy when at a restaurant or grocery shopping. I would be lost without it!! I miss tomatoes, chicken and corn but am learning so many new choices. Different blood types will have different food choices. The shopping list feature is real nice and you can even print it out.

App Privacy

The developer, D'Adamo Personalized Nutrition®, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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