Saturday, May 28, 2011


Blood type is closely related to the food we eat. According to dr. Peter Dadamo, author of Eat Right For Your Type, chemical reaction will occur between the blood with the food you eat. This reaction is part of your genetic heritage. This reaction is triggered by the lectin.

Most of the lectin contained in food is not harmful for life, but still can cause various problems, especially if the lectin is specific to a particular blood type. You can overcome this by adjusting the blood type with the food you eat. 
Diets based on blood type can restore your body's natural rhythm. You can follow a diet that has been scientifically prepared in accordance with your body's cellular profile. Each food group was divided into 3 categories namely, food is very beneficial (food that acts as a drug), food is allowed (food that is not harmful for blood type), and foods to be avoided (foods that act as poison). 

Blood Type O 

Blood type O is the most ancient blood types in human history. Gene for blood group O evolved at a point when human civilization shifted from hunting and living moving into an agricultural community that settled in one place. 

Behavior: Energy & not easily discouraged 

Problems faced: Diabetes, bowel and digestive problems, poor circulation, back pain danbelakang, obesity, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, high uric acid levels, cancer, gout, heart disease, clogged arteries. 

Diet: Foods high in protein and less carbohydrates 

Foods that are very useful: 
Broccoli, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, lettuce, seaweed, radish china, blueberries, cherries, guava, curry spices, peas, red beans, all kinds of onion, seaweed, ginger, kailan, turmeric, meat (beef, buffalo, deer , sheep, calf) 

Foods allowed: 
Carp, eels, lobster, tuna, sardines, shrimp, eggs (chicken, duck), butter, beans (black, red, green beans, soybeans), tempeh, tofu, soy milk, oatmeal, rice, rice cakes, bread, rice, wheat flour, eggplant, tomato, pumpkin, meat (chicken, ducks, goats, geese, turkeys, rabbits) 

Foods to avoid: 
Pork, squid, cuttlefish, clams, frogs, octopus, eggs (goose, quail), ice cream, cheese, cow milk, yogurt (all kinds), coconut oil, turtle oil, corn, corn, broccoli flowers, nuts land, cashews, pumpkin seeds, laichi, potatoes, cucumbers, cauliflower, mushrooms, cantaloupe, mandarin oranges, bananas, bitter melon, white wine, soy sauce, coffee, liquor 

Blood Type A 

Blood type A is the first man to run the farming activities because the ancestors have been living settled and no longer like to fight. 

Behavior: Responsible & romantic 

Problems faced: Lost patience yourself or irritability, excessive sebum seepage, heart disease and blood vessel problems, cancer and ulcer, gastric, kegemukkan. 

Diet: Food & reduce fat high carbohydrate 

Foods that are very useful: 
Spinach, broccoli, carrots, mushrooms goldfish, peanuts, beans, nuts / soy milk, tofu, tempeh, rice flour, blueberries, olive oil, carp, sardines, (Snails, pineapple juice, mango, banana, orange lime & citron). 

Foods allowed: 
Tuna, chicken and duck eggs, quail eggs, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, peas / peas, corn, tapioca, wheat bread, pumpkin, onion, cucumber, taro, grape (all kinds), melon, cantaloupe, pears , pomegranate, kiwi, dates, strowberi, persimmon, guava, Meat (chicken, ostrich, turkey, grouse, pigeon) 

Foods to avoid: 
Meat (beef, buffalo, sheep, ducks, geese, rabbits, partridge), lobster, octopus, crabs, eels, frogs, shrimp, squid, butter, cow's milk, cheese, ice cream, milk, pure, pickles, eggplant, tomatoes, yams, potatoes, oranges, coconut / coconut milk, honey melon, banana (king), papaya, pare, soda water. 

Blood Type B 

Blood group B key is balance. Man blood group B to grow and develop both through what has been provided by the world of animals and plants. This means that blood group B showed a sophisticated ability in the course of evolution. 

Behavior: Adaptation & analytics 

Problems faced: Damage to the nervous system, trouble-quality sleep, headaches and migraines, liver and biliary tract diseases, menstrual problems, spinal pain, kegemukkan, heart disease. 

Diet: Milk & dairy products 

Foods that are very useful: 
Marine fish, cow's milk, cheese, buburgandum, Essene bread, rice cakes, broccoli, sweet potatoes, carrots, cauliflower, eggplant, green tea, meat (goat, sheep, rabbits, deer) 

Foods allowed: 
The squid, carp, tuna, butter, cheese, eggs, chicken, red beans, chickpeas, rice flour, bread, rice, spinach, broccoli, lettuce, cucumber, pumpkin, potatoes, cabbage, mangoes, melons, oranges, pears , dates, guava, Meat (beef, buffalo, turkey, calf liver) 

Foods to avoid: 
Meat (duck, chicken, geese, grouse, pigs, horses, snails, crabs, snails, eels, frogs, octopus, lobster, ice cream, eggs (duck, goose, quail), peanuts, wheat bread, tomato, pumpkin, corn, avocado, pare, pomegranate, coconut / coconut, persimmon, starfruit, pears, water, soda, alcoholic beverages. 

Blood Type AB 

Blood type AB is the blood group of the most modern and less than 1,000 years old, rarely (5% of the total population), and are biologically complex. Since you bring anti-gene A and B. 

Behaviour: Smart & patient 

Problems faced: Flatulence heart disease and blood vessel problems, cancer, kegemukkan, quality sleep difficulties, sore joints and bones. 

Diet: Can adjust to various types of food 

Foods that are very useful: 
Sardines, tuna, goat's milk, egg white (chicken), ricotta cheese, sour cream (low calorie), green tea, red wine, meat (lamb, rabbit, turkey), 

Foods allowed: 
The squid, carp, tuna, butter, cheese, eggs, chicken, red beans, chickpeas, rice flour, bread, rice, spinach, broccoli, lettuce, cucumber, pumpkin, potatoes, cabbage, mangoes, melons, oranges, pears , dates, guava, ostrich meat, 

Foods to avoid: 
Meat (beef, buffalo, chickens, ducks, geese, pigs, deer and horses), lobsters, crabs, frogs, butter, ice cream, duck egg, black beans, pickles, corn, star fruit, pomegranate, bitter melon, banana, coconut, persimmon , guava, mango, tomato sauce, coffee, soda, alcoholic beverages.

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