Sanjay Dutt is a much thinner man today. Since January 1, the actor gave up drinking and followed a diet strictly. And the effect is showing.
Says a source close to Dutt, "Sanju Baba has lost 15 kilos since Kidnap's release. He's also following a great diet called the Blood Type Diet. Also, when he had a party recently, the actor didn't touch a glass of liquor."
The source adds, "It has been tough to give it up completely but Sanju is a strong person and is surviving through sheer willpower. Recently, some people met him on the sets of Blue when he was shooting with Kylie Minogue and complimented him on his new slim and fabulous look."
Dutt is also following the Blood Type Diet. "Somebody gave him Dr Peter D'Adamo's book, Eat Right For Your Type. The book is about how one can eat right and lose weight if one follows the diet. Since then Sanju's been hooked to the diet. His blood group is 'O'. Apart from giving up alcohol completely, the Type 'O' diet says he can eat red meat but no oranges. Sanju's focusing more on lean, organic meats, vegetables and fruits and avoids wheat and dairy products. Sanju's also avoids too much caffeine.
“Caffeine can be particularly harmful because of its tendency to raise adrenaline and noradrenaline, which are already high for Type 'O'. Sanju is also regularly working out strenuously. Apart from films, Sanju has just flagged off his political career and wants to be fit so that he can give it his best."
So what is the Blood Type Diet?
A chemical reaction occurs between one's blood and the foods one eats. The reaction is caused by a factor called lectins (proteins found in foods). These have agglutinating properties that affect one's blood. So when you eat a food containing lectins incompatible with your blood type antigen, the lectins target an organ or bodily system and begin to agglutinate blood cells in that area.
Your blood type diet is the restoration of your natural genetic rhythm and works because you are able to follow a clear, logical, scientifically researched plan based on your cellular profile.
About Type O
There are four blood groups A, B, AB and O. Type O profile was the first blood type. Aspects of the Type O profile include leadership, extroversion, energy and focus and Type O's can be powerful and productive.
When Type O wiring gets crossed, as a result of a poor diet, lack of exercise, unhealthy behaviours or elevated stress levels, Type O's are more vulnerable to negative metabolic effects, including insulin resistance, sluggish thyroid activity, and weight gain.