One of the doctor recommended or given dietary suggestions which i have brought for you and explained according to ‘right food for your blood type’ includes. So below explained are Diet recommendations for Four Types of Blood group.
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‘A’ Blood Type Diet
A person with ‘A’ blood type should consume the vegetarian diet which is low in the fat but rich in the carbohydrates. You can also deal your stress by meditating or performing good and regular exercises by playing the golf or by doing yoga. If a person are not going to eat according to blood type, then they will improve the chances of developing the heart disease and cancer (although this is controversial).
‘B’ Blood Type Diet
You must eat a diverse diet which includes the meat and dairy products. Performing the exercises like walking or swimming are good for your health. Not eating according to the blood type is going to increase the risk of viruses that grow slowly inside the body and are harmful for your nervous system.
‘AB’ Blood Type Diet
Since a person with this type of blood group have the characteristics of blood types ‘A’ and ‘B’ in you, you can consume the most of foods that are recommended for people with these 2 blood types. Relaxation techniques and calming exercises are best suitable for you to remain healthy. Your immune system is the friendliest among all the blood types.
‘O’ Blood Type Diet
Eat meat which is low in the carbohydrate and rich in the proteins but avoid grains or wheat. Perform energetic aerobic exercise. If you are not going to eat according to the blood type then you will enhance the chances of developing ulcers and inflammatory diseases like arthritis.
Argument Over Diet According to the Blood Type
As the blood type diet is very strict on the matter of food types that you can eat, it does not give person freedom to make eating choice based on his personal taste. For example, the ‘A+’ blood type diet which is more or less vegetarian diet would not be very much liked by you if you are fan of potatoes and broccoli.
The limitations on consumption of certain food items might remove you from the nutritional items that are necessary for the body. For example, you might not get sufficient protein to maintain the muscle mass if blood type diet restricts you from an eating meat. Also, you would have to find new source for calcium if the blood type diet asks you to cut down on dairy products.
It is an important to decide whether you would be able to remain committed to this diet in long run before trying it out. You would require perseverance, hard work and patience for sticking to this diet and may have to enhance the grocery spending too. Still, this diet might prove to be very promising and can help you in improving the health naturally. If you are interested in Blood Type Diet, do keep in mind that recommendations for eating healthy foods for the weight loss are backed up by science but there is no proof that restrictions on the consumption of food items based on the blood type is helpful.
Health anxiety of Diet Based on the Blood Type
The blood type is sole feature on which diet recommendations are made in Blood Type Diet. This means that if the person has diabetes, then he may be told to consume the protein rich foods as another one suffering from same disease is told to stop eating meat or dairy products. This may not go well with diabetes treatment plan.
According to American Diabetes Association, it is the best to advance the daily eating habits in practical manner. It also suggests on not focusing on the certain foods and does not even recommend cutting off of any important food groups.
Conditions like the high cholesterol, blood pressure or heart disease are not taken into consideration by Blood Type Diet. Though weight loss resulting from such diet may have a good effect on these conditions, it is an essential that you follow guidelines set by ‘The American Heart Association’ (AHA) for low-salt and low-fat diet no matter what is your blood group type.
In addition to this, everyone must try to do strength training for two days on a weekly basis and aerobic exercise for 150 minutes per week.