Eat Right According To Your Blood Type Diet Chart (A, AB, B, O)

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Eat right for your blood type

Eat right for your blood type diet chart
 

When you follow your blood type diet you only need to consume food, drink and supplements that are necessary to you. If you eat according to your blood type, you’ll encourage a much healthier and longer life as you feed the body exactly what it needs. You’ll also drop any excess pounds and/or maintain a healthy weight as the diet stimulates increased secretion of insulin in the body. This results in better utilization of glucose, fatty acids and amino acids.
 

Your blood type diet chart will give you a detailed summary of which foods, beverages and dietary supplements are best broken down and adopted to your body. Metabolisms vary according to each blood type, needing different vitamins and minerals to maintain a healthy speed.
 

There has been talk that blood type diets may help to fight against the risk of cancer in combination with homeopathy and herbs because they contain lectins that kill cancer cells. When following this diet there are also many major benefits for people with the following conditions: cardiovascular disease, diabetes, liver disease, asthma, allergies, sinusitis, kidney disease, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, arthritis, gastritis, gastric ulcer and duodenal , colitis etc.
 

Blood type diets are based on several food groups: meat, seafood, dairy products and eggs, oil and fatty foods, nuts, grain plants, bread and pasta, vegetables, fruits, soy, spices, various sauces and teas.
 

Depending on your blood type these foods are divided into 3 groups:
 

HIGHLY BENEFICIAL (with therapeutic effect)
NEUTRAL
HARMFUL
 

Click on your blood type diet chart to find out what should be on your grocery list:

 
Blood type O diet chart

Blood type A diet food list

Blood type B diet food list

AB Blood type diet food list

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  1. HUSEIN KAMAL

    May 28, 2014 at 9:57 am

    Congratulation for the wonderful research findings.
    The benefit i get from the foods that are highly beneficial are numerous.
    But please try and include African foods on the chart.

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