Blood Type & Food

 

Should we choose the type of food to take according to our blood type?

Below is an advice by Peter D’Adamo on the type of food to take

according to our blood types.

 

This is what he said: “The Blood Type Diet is based on the

assumption that everyone is an individual. And who are we to argue?

Logically, just because we share the same row and column in the BMI

chart, it shouldn't define the way our dietary habits are. The Blood Type

Diet makes interesting claims that people fare better (which includes weight management)
when their diet is tailored to their specific blood type.

 

Individuals who fall under the Type A blood group should basically

stick to fruits and vegetable. Their blood types are generally thicker

than other blood types, and possess a sensitive immune system. These

individuals should not consume (or should reduce intake) dairy products,

animal fats and meats. They are also at a heightened risk for

cardiovascular disease, diabetes and cancer.
 

Type B blood groupers should consumer a balanced diet of fruits and

vegetables, grains, dairy and meat. However, they should try to refrain

from chicken, and increase intake of red meat such as duck and beef.

Unlike the other blood types, Type B individuals have the best chance

of bypassing or overcoming everyday types of diseases, as well as

heart disease and cancer.

 

For Type AB individuals, intake of a mostly vegetarian diet is

recommended. And only on rare occasions should they indulge

in some fish, meat (not chicken) and dairy.

 

Those that fall under the Type O blood type should basically stick

to a high protein diet, low carbs, as well as a balanced intake of fruits

and vegetables. However, food foes for Type Os include most grain

food such as corn and wheat germ. They should also try to avoid dairy

products. Type O types are commonly affected with hypothyroidism,

high stomach acid (leading to ulcers), and thinner blood with greater

resistance to blood clotting.”

 

My Comment:

 

I am a vegetarian since 1995, and observing people’s appearance,

I tend to believe vegetarians appear healthier than those non-vegetarians.

This is true especially when the vegetarian has been on for some time

especially more than 7 years. My Heavenly Teacher JiGong said that

after taking the vow to be a vegetarian, it takes at least 7 years to totally

cleanse our blood from toxins caused by meat eating during the

non-vegetarian period. Vegetarians look better especially skin

complexion compared to non-vegetarian. Please be reminded that

vegetarians also do not take onion and garlic and some even egg.