TYPE DIET FOODS AND EXERCiSE SUMMARY
Blood Group O Protein Type
Red meat is highly beneficial. High stomach acid digests red meats efficiently. If meat
protein is not eaten stomach ulcers may result. Minor dairy foods intake (butter, fetta,
goat, mozzarella), no milk, no wheat, oats or corn and as wheat interferes with insulin,
avoid entirely. It’s important for O’s to include protein in every meal. Eggs are a good
source. Whole grains allowed are spelt, rice and quinoa however best kept to a
minimum especially if weight loss is a priority.
Stress profile; stress in O’s goes to the muscle and becomes charged up, release is
through vigorous physical action.
Blood Group A Carbohydrate Type
Only white meat (chicken & fish) and eggs are to be eaten. A’s do not digest red meats
efficiently due to low stomach acid. Digestion needs more plant foods (cellulose), and
A’s do tend towards vegetarianism, but must be careful to eat sufficient protein. Minor
dairy food intake includes ricotta, fetta, yoghurt, and no milk. Wheat interferes with
insulin, impairs calorie utilisation, avoid entirely.
Stress profile: best countered with calming techniques, stretch exercise,
meditation/prayer, relaxation, walking, swimming and biking. Vigorous exercise is not
recommended as it exhausts the nervous system and causes tenseness all over.Lamb, beef and turkey are main meats. These red meats digest well. Most dairy foods
are beneficial including milk, whey, and cheeses. Goat dairy is highly beneficial.
Chicken meat, wheat and corn are avoid foods.
Stress profile: best dealt with by moderate group uncompetitive exercise.
Blood Group AB Mixed Type
Lamb, turkey meat is beneficial, but do not overeat, as stomach acids are not available
to cope with excess. Allowed dairy is similar to B group with exception of whole milk and
butter. Limit wheat intake as it decreases metabolic rate and inhibits insulin. Chicken
and beef meats are to be avoided. Cannot digest red meats efficiently, needs more
plant foods (cellulose)
Stress profile: Reaction to stress can be anxiety & hyperactivity and Is best countered
with calming activity such as stretching, meditation/prayer, walking, and swimming.
COMMENTS ON COMMONLY CONSUMED FOODS
* Eggs are suitable for all blood groups. Ensure they are chemical free (certified
free range or organic) or from your own hens.
* Seafood is recommended for all blood groups. Refer to the Blood Group books
and lists which will give specific fish and crustacean types for you.
* Pig meats which include ham are to be avoided for all blood groups.
* Coconut and coconut oil is to be avoided for all blood groups. D’Adamo
website information is as follows: “flocculates serum or precipitates serum proteins”.
This means that there is an agglutination factor which may lead to an inflammatory
status. I would recommend to anyone consuming coconut oil regularly to use a live
blood microscopy test (or Hemaview) to check for agglutination or inflammation.
* Wheat is recommended to be eliminated from the diet for all blood groups,
with the exception of blood group AB which lists whole wheat bread, white and
wholemeal flour in the ‘neutral” foods category. Wheat contains lectins that react with
both blood and digestive tract and interfere with proper absorption of beneficial foods.
The sprouted wheat Essene bread is listed as highly beneficial for all blood
groups. This may be confusing for people who don’t know of sprouted breads, which
are made from organic sprouted grain, is not made from flour, is packed into a mould to
form a loaf, and is kept refrigerated. It is an alive food with many beneficial enzymes
intact, available at organic and health food stores. It is edible because the gluten lectins
are destroyed by the sprouting process. Other names for Essene bread are: Ezekiel,
sprouted grains of spelt and rye. These are also highly beneficial.
While foods made from wheat are ok for AB blood types, foods made from the
denatured wheaten flour are not. Certified organic sourdough wheaten flour breads
are available only these are recommended.
GUIDELINE FOR PROPORTION OF FOOD GROUPS RE BLOOD TYPE
Type O Type A Type B Type AB
Protein Carbs Mixed Mixed
Fruit & vegetables 40% 70% 54% 60%
Oil 20% 9% 13% 20%
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