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The Best Foods for Your Blood Type

by Jake Muller on Sep 16, 2016 6:07:35 PM


What's your blood type? A? B? AB? O? Have no idea? Well, if you're not sure it might be time to find out. The reason being is that eating right for your blood type might be able to help you become trimmer and healthier. Many people have tried blood type diets and have seen results. What is a blood type diet? It's a diet that offers the best food specifically catered to you. We have provided a guide to some of the best foods to help you eat right for your blood type.

A Blood Type

If you love to eat meat, then it might be time to take a break.  People with a Type A blood should be eating fruits and vegetables and may be predisposed for certain diseases like cancer and diabetes among others. Foods should be natural and organic because people with Type A are more likely to have their immune systems affected by toxins in certain foods so it is especially important for you to have healthy food for your blood type.

A Blood Type – Foods to Eat

A Blood Type – Foods to Eat

Certain types of seafood can be very beneficial such as mackerel, cod, grouper, and trout. Vegetable proteins such as legumes and beans are also good. Most vegetables can work wonders for your health as well as most fruits.

A Blood Type – Foods to Avoid

The best foods to avoid for Type A blood would include most meats as well as many types of seafood. Mostly clams, conch, crabs, and most shellfish are not recommended. Also if you're a fan of beer, liquor and soda, you may need to cut back on that as well, as they don’t support the immune system for Type A blood. Tropical fruits such as coconuts, papaya, bananas, and orange may irritate the stomach and cause digestive problems. Most grains that are processed, including whole wheat and multigrain, should be avoided due to irritation.

B Blood Type

People with Type B blood are usually more prone to immune-based disorders lupus and chronic fatigue which is why the diet for this blood type is more balanced and wholesome than for other blood types. It is important that people with this blood type eat a rounder meal.


B Blood Type – Foods to Eat

Game meats such as venison are recommended for this diet as is beef, pheasant, and turkey. Some seafood such as cod and trout are also good sources of protein for Type B's. Many dairy products are also good such as milk and yogurt. Green leafy vegetables are excellent and so are fruits like pineapple and papaya. Different types of teas are also good beverages to drink.

B Blood Type – Foods to Avoid

For Type B's, you might want to avoid poultry such as chicken, hens, duck, goose, as well as other kinds of meat such as pork, as they contain a protein that could affect your blood. Stay clear of shellfish as well since it could disrupt your digestion. Certain oils such as canola, peanut, and corn can mess with digestion and most beans will disrupt your insulin production. Grains don't work well with Type B's and neither do many vegetables. Soda and liquor should not be taken either.

AB Blood Type

People with Type AB blood usually have qualities of both A and B blood types and the diet should reflect that as well. If you have this blood type you should avoid large portions of meat because of low acid amounts in the stomach. Most dairy products are good though and can be a great source of protein in addition to some beans and legumes.

AB Blood Type – Foods to Eat

AB Blood Type – Foods to Eat

Meats such as rabbit, turkey, mutton, or lamb are beneficial but too much should be avoided. Seafood such as cod or trout are ok as is olive oil, peanuts, navy beans, pinto beans, most grains, most vegetables, and coffee as a beverage. Overall, this blood type gives you a more balanced meal to choose from.

AB Blood Type – Foods to Avoid

If you have AB blood type, you should avoid heavy meats such as beef, pork, and even chicken. All shellfish and seafood items like octopus, eel, and yellowtail are no good. Whole milk, American cheese, ice cream are dairy foods you shouldn’t touch as are most oils. Most seed type nuts such as pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds might affect the gallbladder so they should not be consumed. Kidney beans, black beans, and black eyed peas can interfere with insulin production. Buckwheat, corn, soba noodles, can prevent weight loss in Type AB's. Artichoke, avocado, radishes, bell peppers, and sprouts are veggies to stay away from. Mangos, coconuts, and oranges can interfere with how micronutrients are absorbed. Liquor, soda, and black tea should be avoided as well.

O Blood Type

Type O's need exercise and animal proteins so a meat heavy diet is recommended. Type O's generally have more stomach acid, which makes it easier to absorb animal fats and proteins than blood types without as much. Grains with gluten should be avoided as it can cause weight gain for Type O's.

O Blood Type – Foods to Eat

O Blood Type – Foods to Eat

Beef, mutton, lamb, cod, herring, and mackerel are great sources of protein. Olive oil and flaxseed oil are healthy fats to have in your diet. Pumpkin seeds and walnuts can be good legumes to enjoy without causing weight gain. Most vegetables are ok and dark fruits such as prunes or plums can help digestion. Seltzer, club soda, and tea are healthy beverages to enjoy.

O Blood Type – Foods to Avoid

The foods to avoid for Type O's are smoked meats and certain types of seafood such as octopus, conch, and barracuda. Most dairy products should not be consumed and most nuts can cause weight gain. Grains should definitely be avoided as they can cause some health issues. Vegetables such as cabbage, potatoes, eggplant, and cauliflower can inhibit thyroid function. Fruits such as honeydew melon, coconuts, oranges, strawberries, and blackberries can cause allergies to form. Beverages such as beer, coffee, liquor, and black tea can also be detrimental.

So What Next?

The Blood Type can help you be healthier but sometimes it can cause you to miss out on some vitamins and minerals. The best solution is to get an IV therapy on top of your Blood type diet to make sure you are at peak health and giving your body what it needs. Since certain foods should be avoided, it makes sense to get IV drips so that you can access to good parts of those foods without eating what could be detrimental to your blood type.

Liquivida Lounge offers IV drips in a friendly, supportive environment with trained staff that knows what they're doing and treat you like a person, not a patient. When you visit any Liquivida Lounge you'll find a high level of service and professionalism that you won't find anywhere else.

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This post was written by Jake Muller