No wheat, corn, or dairy. Try to avoid pork, gluten, lentils and kidney beans. Eat lots of fish, kelp, poultry and red meat. A high protein (meat), low carbohydrate diet is best. Avoid Echinacea and St. Johns Wort. Type O develops diabetes more often than other blood types because, they are carbo-holics. They seem to deal with frequent or chronic sinus infections, that sometimes lead to asthma because, they love dairy. Rarely will an O be on a statin, or have elevated cholesterol, unless they consume dairy. O types lose weight the faster than other blood types, just by cutting out carbs and dairy.
Avoid red meat, pork, and the nightshades. Eat fish and poultry in moderation, and use them as a condiment, not the main course. Eat lots of fruit, vegetables and grains (except wheat) . Proteins for A type; eggs, nuts, seeds, nut-butters, small amounts of fish, poultry, and soy. Dairy is not beneficial for A types, but the occasional serving of kefir, ricotta or mozzarella cheese, is fine. Nuts are beneficial with the exception of cashews and pistachios. . Most A types are on reflux medications, and statins because they try to eat like the O types. An A has low stomach acid, and low HDLs (good cholesterol) so eating a high meat diet, will really take a toll on the A. They also seem to deal with some sort of joint pain, especially if they consume the night shades on a regular basis.
Eat lamb, venison, turkey and occasional beef. Avoid corn, chicken, wheat, nightshades, tofu and peanuts. All dairy (B types main protein) is beneficial except blue cheese, ice cream, and milk. Avoid aloe, hops and red clover. Most of the health issues of a B type, stem from consuming chicken and grains.
Avoid red meat, chicken, seeds, wheat and corn. Dairy, turkey, fish, lamb, eggs, peanuts, walnuts, tofu and oats are beneficial. Avoid nightshades, oranges, bananas, and cantaloupe. This blood type gets both the A & B foods, but also their avoids. They seem to deal with many of the same health issues as the A & B do.
Note: nightshades= potatoes, tomatoes, green peppers, eggplant
Sweet potatoes are good for all blood types
Anything that grows from the soil is full of the calcium mineral; soy, fruit, vegetables, grains, nuts, seeds, nut-butters and nut milk. It’s the American Dairy Counsel that pushes the dairy. What other mammal, including cows, continues to drink milk after it has been weaned, and still avoid osteoporosis?.
Drink plenty of H2O throughout the day to stay hydrated, but no more than 4-6 oz. with a meal. Adding fluid while you eat, will dilute the stomach acid, and really delay the digestive process.
There are many helpful books about this diet you can buy, and there’s an app. for your smartphone making it easier and portable!
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