Blood Type Diet
The making of this web site is to provide information on the Blood Type Diet. It is presented in simple English with a hope that the viewer could easily understand the practice of this diet. Generally, Blood Type Diet could separate into four categories, i.e., Blood Type Diet O, A, B and AB. Blood Type Diet believed that every blood group needs different foods for health optimization and the right foods could assist in weight loss.
Blood Type B Diet
Blood type B would have evolved at the same time to Blood type A. However, it is linked with a nomadic way of life and the herding of farm animals. Therefore, dairy products and limited amount of meat are an essential part of this blood type diet.
Comparing to Blood Type O and A, the Blood Type B dieter has more balance diet. This blood type has a tolerant digestive system. Just with moderate exercise is needed to attain good health. The food list included in B Positive and B negative blood type diet is the same. Although the Blood Type B people could have a balance diet, certain food such as wheat, corn and lentils is advised to be avoided.
The following food list table is tabulated in accordance to Blood Type B diet. It consists of food allowed, food to avoid, and food for assisting in weight loss for Blood Type B.
The foods such as greens, liver, venison, eggs, licorice and tea are foods aiding in weight loss. However, intake of corn, peanuts, sesame, lentils, seeds, buckwheat and wheat should be limited as it would be trigger weight gain.
Sometimes it may be impractical to sustain such restrictions where it may have inclusion and exclusion of all the abovementioned foods. For that reason, it is advisable to keep the necessary foods at higher consumption than those which have been recommended to be limited.
(The table above mainly serve as a guidance for each particular blood type and does not mean to overwrite or going against the consultation of the health care provider. For best result kindly get advices from the health care practitioner before start practicing the diet).
Last update: 06/06/2011 21:32:28
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