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This diet is based on the premise that certain blood types have certain characteristics that benefit from eating certain types of foods. As with most diets some people swear by this diet and others are skeptical. In large part because some nutrients may be lacking for certain people following the Blood Type Diet.
Here are the facts according to positivemed.com.
Type O – Generally have a strong immune system that is resistant to disease.
Yes Foods – High protein foods including lean meat and fish, nuts and seeds, and colorful vegetables and fruits.
No Foods – Beans, wheat, corn, cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts.
Helpful Foods – Seafood, salt, spinach, broccoli, and kelp.
Type A – Generally adapt well with food and environmental changes. People with this blood type also have a fairly strong immune system and are able to break down most nutrients quite easily.
Yes Foods – A vegetarian diet is recommended with plenty of fresh veggies, seafood, tofu, beans, fruit, whole grains, and legumes.
No Foods – Meats, dairy, beans, and wheat.
Helpful Foods – Veggies oil, any soy foods, and fresh fruits.
Type B – People with this blood type usually have a good immune system with optimal adaptability, and balanced nervous system function.
Yes Foods – Meat but no chicken, fruits and veggies, whole grains, beans, lentils, and dairy.
No Foods – Peanuts, lentils, corn, wheat, and sesame seeds.
Helpful Foods – Spinach, Romaine lettuce, kale, tea, liver, and eggs.
Type AB – This blood type has great immune system function because it’s essentially a combination of A and B blood type.
Yes Foods – Moderate amounts of lean meat, dairy, tofu, seafood, while grains, beans, fruits and veggies, and nuts.
No Foods – All red meat, corn, seeds, seafood, dairy, kidney beans, and Lima beans.
Helpful Foods – Dairy, seafood, dark green veggies, tofu, pineapple, and seaweed.
This is a bit of a difficult diet plan to follow because there is no one food group or type of food that is good across the board. So you need to really pay attention to the foods listed under your blood type and make sure you look internally within certain food groups to figure out what works best for your system.
Your best plan of action is to focus on one type of food at a time within your blood group food list and see how your mind and mind respond. Keep in mind you need to make sure you get your healthy fats each day on any diet, and essential organic oils work for the Blood Group Diet plan.
Choose from coconut oil, almond oil, poppy seed oil, walnut oil, or sesame oil to start.
Here’s a simple recipe for you that will fit into any of the 4 separate eating guidelines.
Veggie Stir-Fry With Organic Almond Oil
Ingredients (Serves Four)
- 1 cup thinly slice carrots
- 1 cup diced celery
- 1/2 cup diced peppers
- 1/2 cup thinly sliced sweet potato
- 1/2 cup water chestnuts
- 1/2 cup diced avocado
- 1/2 cup sunflower seeds
- 1/2 cup unsweetened toasted coconut
- 4 tbsp. organic almond oil
- Set fry pan on low-medium heat and add organic almond oil
- Add veggies, sunflowers seeds and coconut – cook 4-5 minutes
- Toss in avocado and serve
All-natural organic oils are an excellent way to make sure you get the healthy fat you need each day to fight off disease, burn fat and calories, and make sure you build your body and mind strong. Make sure you get yours today to support optimal long-term health and wellness!