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Blood Type Diets. Intresting information


Blood Type Diet represents that people belonging to a particular blood group should prefer a particular diet.
The diet was introduced by Dr. Peter D. Adamo, a naturopathic physician who mentioned it in his book.

He states that the ABO blood type is, in fact, the most important factor in determining a healthy diet plan according to the different blood groups: O, A, B, AB. He believes that following a diet designed specifically
according to the blood type allows the body to digest and absorb food more efficiently, allowing

one to lose weight naturally.

According to the theory behind the diet:

Blood type O:

Should prefer high protein diet, low carbohydrate diet with lots
of meat and fish but no dairy products.

Blood type A: 
Followers should prefer a vegetarian diet but still avoid dairy products. This means nuts, seeds, beans cereals, pasta rice, fruit and vegetables are recommended for them

Blood type B:
This blood group has the least dietary restrictions. The only foods that need to be avoided are processed foods, although nuts and seeds are not recommended and only small amounts of carbohydrate-rich foods should be eaten.

Blood type AB:
People with this rare blood type should eat a combination of foods recommended for blood groups A and B. This is somewhat confusing, however, when type B allows you to eat most foods, while type A suggests a vegetarian diet!


  1. Interesting news. But can you please provide a link?

  2. obet. this research work was mailed to me by my colleague, sorry i don't have a link of this. but you can Google it for conformation, if you want to.

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