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Reference Guide For Your Blood Type Diet

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Find out what you should be eating every day with the Blood Type Diet. This handy, easy-to-use diet reference guide simplifies all the information about how to eat for your blood type. Each blood type thrives on specific foods and nutrients; this guide helps you discover what your blood type is, what foods to avoid and enjoy, and how to use it for optimal health.

 

Find Out What Is Your Blood Type

The Blood Type Diet has helped thousands around the world take control of their lives and improve their health. The Diet works by eating different foods that interact uniquely with each unique blood type. This app helps you learn more about your blood type, uncover its individual traits, and apply The Blood Type Diet to your life. Developed through extensive research and testing, the seven-day diet plan allows you to eat specific food groups that are known to positively react with your blood type.

 

Here are some key-notes on determining your blood type:

  • Your blood type is inherited from your biological parents and is determined by markers on your red blood cells also known as antigens.
  • If you need a blood transfusion, are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, or are a transplant donor or recipient, knowing your blood type is crucial.
  • A simple blood test can show your blood type, although it is not commonly conducted until absolutely essential.
  • Home blood type testing kits are simple to get and provide speedy results, however they are only for educational reasons.
  • Ask about your parents’ blood type. If both of your biological parents know their blood type, the alternatives are narrowed. In most circumstances, guessing using an online blood type calculator is sufficient.

 

There are eight different blood types:

  • O negative
  • O positive
  • A negative
  • A positive
  • B negative
  • B positive
  • AB negative
  • AB positive

 

A Blood Type Diet App:

First please take notice of the privacy information you are willing to allow on the following app.

A Blood Type Diet App you can try!

 

What You Can Eat:

Type A

According to Dr. Peter D’Adamo, people with blood type A are better suited being vegetarians, especially if they want to lose weight. Natural, organic produce is especially beneficial to Type A people, as it aids in the development of strong immunity and the prevention of life-threatening infections. Brown rice, finger millet, nachni, bajra and jowar, quinoa and couscous, amaranth (rajgira), fresh vegetables such as broccoli, mushroom, peppers, lady finger, spinach and other leafy greens, as well as legumes, are all suitable for Type A.

Protein can be added in the form of eggs, shellfish, or skimmed paneer. So Type A persons can enjoy a nachni wrap with multicolored vegetables and tofu, hummus or feta cheese dip with finger veggies, or water chestnut chat or apple with almond butter.

Type B

Gluten-containing cereals such as wheat and buckwheat, as well as tomatoes, peanuts, and sesame seeds, must be avoided by Type B. Salmon, sardines, pomfret and mackerel, as well as lamb, are all options for seafood lovers. Oats, millet, sugar-free muesli, cottage cheese, and eggs are all good for Type B persons. Fruits like watermelon and vegetables like sweet potato, spinach, and berries are also on their healthy list. Watermelon juice with granola, baked fish with oatmeal sauce, cottage cheese, and sauteed spinach, or strawberry sorbet with almond ice are all options.

Type AB

Salmon, lentils, kidney beans, bacon, asparagus, beetroot, pumpkin, corn, broccoli, brown rice, lamb, coconut, quinoa, rye, tomato, and red lentils are examples of foods that Type ABs can eat. Lentil pilaf with stir-fried vegetables, coconut rice with fish curry, and rye crackers with salsa and feta cheese dip are some of the foods they can eat. They can also indulge in a guilt-free fig and mint salad with cherries and cranberries.

Type O

Protein and fat are digested more efficiently by Type O people than by other blood types. They can eat chicken, fish, eggs, tofu, turkey, shellfish, beef, spinach, sweet potato, and broccoli, pineapple, poached pears, and pumpkin, walnuts, beans, buckwheat, pinto beans, and pumpkin seeds, as well as spinach, sweet potato, and broccoli. They will enjoy grilled or roasted chicken with stir-fried veggies and sweet potato mash, as well as spinach buckwheat roll with marinated tofu and beet salad.

 

Conclusion:

In this article you have learned what foods are good for your body with the Blood Type Diet. Eating right for your blood type can help you improve your health and wellbeing. Please take into account that any kind of diet should have a personalized nutrition plan that tailors diet, exercise, vitamin and supplement programs around each person’s blood type. These are the benefits of the Blood Type Diet, and how this diet can help you lose weight and live better.

 

Hi, I am Déesse Wigeby and I teach women how to heal the Physical, Emotional and Spiritual  womb. I can help you with finding your Uniqueness, Qi Energy practices, Female sexual Cultivation practices, Self Care, Cleanses.  The Wholeness of you!

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Déesse Wigeby is a Metaphysician and Soul Coach Teacher. She teaches womb healing, cosmic healing, and the ancient art of female Sexual Cultivation practices. She helps women deal with the wholeness that involves physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual aspects of the human experience


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