Blood Type Diet Chart : Diet According to Blood Group (A)

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According to Peter D’Adamo, who created this diet, the people with blood group A should practice a vegetarian diet. Their digestive system is sensitive and has difficulties in processing animal protein.

Therefore, you should avoid meat, milk and dairy products and focus on legumes, nutrition-rich grains, fruits and vegetables.

Many people find it difficult to give up tasty meals with meat and fries and replace them with vegetable proteins. However, D’Adamo claims that this is exactly what is better for their health, longer life and more energy but also to maintain their line.

People with blood type A are prone to certain diseases such as heart disease, cancer and diabetes, so for them, it is extremely important to consume as much as possible natural foods (fresh and unprocessed).

Conducted survey by D’Adamo, in 1999 discovered that there was a link between blood type and personality. The people with blood group A have the abilities to be analytical, good listeners, pay attention to detail, sensitive to the needs of others, creative and inventive.

DIET

RECOMMENDED NEUTRAL AVOID
MEAT
/ turkey
chicken
buffalo
venison
beef
pork
lamb
smoked meat
FISH
sea trout
snail
salmon
mackerel
sardines
pike
cod
carp
Shark
tuna
marine snail
shrimp
octopus
shells
herring
caviar
squid
frog
MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS
soy milk
yogurt
mozzarella
goat milk
feta
cream
Gouda
cheese
goat cheese
cow's milk
Parmesan
cheddar cheese
butter
cream
cream cheese
cottage cheese
EGGS
/ chicken
duck
goose
quail
/
VEGETABLE
aloe
okra
broccoli
garlic
ginger
alfalfa
onion
horseradish
lettuce
spinach
pumpkin
leek
celery
black olives
zucchini
beet
cauliflower
cucumber
Shiitake mushrooms
cabbage
tomato
eggplants
potato
peppers
FRUITS AND FRUIT JUICES
pineapple
grapefruit
cranberry
lemon
apricots
lime
figs
cherries
plums
avocado
strawberry
quince
pomegranate
pear
kiwi
peach
raspberry
raisins
currants
mulberry
apples
grapes
banana
coconut
melon
mango
orange
mandarin
papaya
juice orange
LEGUMES
oats
soy
oat flour
buckwheat
flour soy
barley
rice
flour, barley
popcorn
couscous
wheat
wheat germ
wheat bran,
NUTS AND SEEDS
pumpkin
peanut
sesame
sunflower
almonds
seed poppy
chestnuts
hazelnuts
Brazilian andIndian tree nuts
pistachios
LEGUMES
Lens
soy
green beans
soy granules
/ chick peas
white and red beans
OILS
linen
nut
olive
almond
sunflower
soybean oil
fish
castor
coconut
corn
sesame oil
peanut oil
DRINKS
red wine
green tea
coffee
White wine
liquor
soda
black tea
beer
HERBS AND SPICES
dry garlic
parsley
aloe
basil
mint
onion
thyme
rosemary
oregano
cinnamon
bitter pepper
white and black pepper
red pepper
ACCESSORIES TASTE
soy sauce
mustard
sea salt
mustard
yeast
gelatin
mayonnaise
ketchup
brine
vinegar
SWEETENERS
barley malt
honey
sugar
/

The people with blood type A have a higher level of cortisol, so for them, it is difficult to deal with stress. Studies have shown that stress levels can be reduced through aggressive gentle exercises that soothe. It is recommended to practice these exercises for a period of 30-45 minutes at least three times a week. Exercising or aerobic exercises with weights, for representatives of B type of blood should be careful not to overdo, because it can increase stress levels.

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

Recommended activities: yoga, meditation, tai chi and deep breathing techniques.

ADDITIONAL TIPS

Here are some additional tips:

–         Do not skip breakfast and eat more often but smaller meals. Eat more protein at the beginning of the day and less at night.

–         Chew food longer to help your body digest faster

–         Do not eat when you are nervous and upset.

–         In order to avoid a rise in cortisol levels and reduce mental fatigue, it is necessary to limit the stay in large crowds of people, not to smoke, to avoid noise, to stay away from strong odors from perfumes and not watching movies and shows with violence.

–         Make your daily schedule and stick to it.

–         Make at least two breaks of 20 minutes while you are at work.

 

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