AB blood type diet food list

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AB blood type diet

AB blood type
AB blood type

AB blood type is extremely rare, only 4-5% of people are representatives of this group. At the same time it is the newest blood type. Most of the food that is bad for blood groups A and B is bad for blood type AB, but there are exceptions.

Tomatoes, which are not recommended for blood type B, can be used in the diet of group AB. People with blood type AB should avoid alcohol and coffee, especially in stressful situations.

According D’Adamo if representatives of this group want to lose weight, then they need to eat more tofu, seafood, green vegetables and dairy products and avoid smoked meats.

People with blood type AB are emotional, friendly and passionate especially when it comes to their beliefs.

AB blood type diet food list

HIGHLY BENEFICIAL NEUTRAL HARMFUL

Meat

turkey lamb
goat
rabbit
chicken
goose
ducks
beef
bacon
buffalo
deer

Fish

tuna
sardine
salmon
mackerel
cod
squid
swordfish
Shark
shrimp
octopus
barracuda
sea ​​trout
oysters
lobster
frogs’ legs

Milk and dairy products

yogurt
ricotta cheese
mozzarella
goat milk and cheese
feta
cheese
skimmed cow’s milk
Gouda cheese
Emmental
cream cheese
chedar cheese
Parmesan
whole cow’s milk
butter
brie cheese
blue cheese
cheese

Eggs

Chicken (white) quail
goose
chicken (egg)
duck

Vegetables

garlic
eggplants
cucumber
celery
cauliflower
broccoli
beets
tomatoes
spinach
Pumpkin
potatoes
onion
green olives
lettuce
ginger
carrot
cabbage
asparagus
zucchini
peppers
black olives
Shiitake mushrooms
aloe

Fruits and fruit juices

watermelon
plums
pineapple
lemon
Kiwi
grapefruit
grape
dried and fresh figs
cherries and cherry juice
apples
blueberries
tangerines
strawberries
dried black plums
pineapple juice
pears
peaches
papaya
nectarines
grapefruit juice
oranges
banana
avocado
apricots
mango
coconut and coconut milk

Legumes

rye
flour and rye bread
rice
oatmeal
oat flour
wheat
wheat germ
barley
popcorn
corn
cornstarch
buckwheat

Nuts and seeds

nuts
peanut
sunflower
almond
pistachios
flaxseed
sesame
pumpkin
hazelnut

Beans

green lentils
green beans
soy
tofu
soy granules
red lentils
white beans
red beans
chickpeas

Oils

walnut
olive
soybean oil
peanut oil
linen
almond
sunflower
sesame oil
corn
coconut
avocado Oil

Drinks

green tea white and red wine
beer
coffee
liquor
sparkling water
tea

Herbs and spices

parsley
oregano
curry
vanilla
rosemary
mint
pepper
Indian walnut
carnation
cinnamon
cocoa / chocolate
chili powder
basil
white and black pepper

Taste Additives

/ brewer’s yeast and baker
soy sauce
sea ​​salt
baking soda
mayonnaise
apple pectin
wine and apple cider vinegar
gelatin
ketchup

Sweeteners

/ sugar
honey
invert sugar
fructose
dextrose

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

Exercising is very important to reduce stress and maintain emotional balance in people with blood group AB. For optimal results, they should combine calming exercises with more intense exercises. Example: three days a week aerobics and yoga two days. Practice 45-60 minutes of aerobics at least twice a week.

Recommended activities: aerobic exercises, cycling, running, yoga, Tai Chi.

ADDITIONAL TIPS

Besides diet and exercise recommendations, D’Adamo provides additional tips that could make lives better of people with blood type AB. Here are some of them:

  • Eat several small meals throughout the day rather than a few large.
  • Avoid situations and events that are competitive.
  • Make all changes gradually.
  • Spend more time alone. Keep at least one hobby that you can do it independently of the other.
  • First visualize what you want to achieve, then take concrete actions.

 

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