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Eat Right For Your Blood Type


What is the blood type diet?


The blood type diet, also known as the blood group diet gained popularity by the naturopathic physician called Dr Peter D'Adamo in the 1990s. He wrote the book, "Eat Right 4 Your Type." Each blood type has been given a name which reflects its dietary recommendations.

  • Type A: Called the agrarian, or cultivator.

  • Type B: Called the nomad.

  • Type AB: Called the enigma.

  • Type O: Called the hunter.

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This is how each blood type is supposed to eat:


Blood Type O


Good

  • Lean, organic, grass fed meat

  • Richly oiled cold water fish such as salmon and sardines

  • Flax & Olive Oils

  • Onion & Garlic

  • Green Vegetables such as spinach, kale & collards

  • Pineapple

  • Spices such as ginger, cayenne, pepper, turmeric

  • Green Tea


Bad

  • Wheat & wheat by-products

  • Corn & corn by-product

  • Cow's milk based dairy products - this can cause mucous build up

  • White potatoes

  • Kiwi, oranges & tangerines

  • Processed sugar

  • Coffee, including decaffeinated


Blood Type A


Good

  • Soy foods

  • Richly oiled cold water fish, such as salmon & sardines

  • Flax & olive oils

  • Onions

  • Broccoli, spinach, kale & collards

  • Avocado

  • Pineapple

  • Blueberries, cherries, elderberries & grapes

  • Spices such as ginger & tumeric

  • Green tea

Bad

  • Red meat

  • Cow's milk based dairy foods

  • Corn, cottonseed, peanut oils

  • White potatoes

  • Nightshades such as bell peppers, hot peppers, aubergines & tomatoes

  • Oranges

  • Processed sugar

Blood Type B


Good

  • Lamb & goat mutton

  • Richly oiled cold water fish, such as salmon & sardines

  • Cultured dairy such as yogurt & kefir

  • Ghee, olive oil & flax oil

  • Onions, ginger & turmeric

  • Broccoli

  • Berries

  • Green tea

Bad

  • Chicken

  • Shellfish

  • Corn and corn by-products

  • Sesame, sunflower seeds and oils

  • Peanuts & peanuts oils

  • Lentils & buckwheat

  • Processed sugar

Blood Type AB


Good

  • Soy products

  • Richly oiled cold water fish, such as salmon & sardines

  • Cultured dairy such as yogurt & kefir

  • Ghee, olive oil & flax oil

  • Blueberries, cherries, elderberries & grapes

  • Onions & garlic

  • Lemon

  • Turmeric

  • Green tea

Bad

  • Chicken

  • Corn & corn by-products

  • Buckwheat

  • Sesame, sunflower seeds & oils

  • Kidney & lima beans

  • Bananas

  • Coffee

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What is your blood type? What should you be adding or deleting from your diet for better health?


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