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Foods Blood Type B Should Consume And Avoid

According to blood diet advocates, following a diet appropriate for your blood type will help you store less fat in your body, fight and prevent disease, and feel better and healthier. D'Adamo also claims that people of different blood types digest lectins, or dietary proteins, in different ways. Blood diet enthusiasts also say that people should eat the same kinds of foods as their ancestors with similar blood types. Since people with blood type B were traditionally nomadic, according to D'Adamo, they should have a more varied diet than people with other blood types.

Not all blood groups are the same. There are four types of blood, A, B, AB and O, and the presence or absence of certain antigens determines your blood type according to the American Red Cross. These A and B antigens are substances that can trigger an immune response when foreign to your body. Based on these differences, there are basically foods to avoid and consume for each blood type

Eating foods according to your "blood type" helps with better digestion, increases energy levels and helps prevent disease. Moreover, it also helps in losing weight.

What to consume

Consume: Green vegetables, eggs, low-fat dairy, oats, milk products, animal protein, oat bran, paneer, eggs, fish, oat meal and quinoa.

What to Avoid

Avoid: Corn, buckwheat, tomatoes, peanuts, sesame seeds, wheat, chicken, fish and eggs.

Talk to your doctor about how to maintain a healthy weight and improve your overall health and nutrition, no matter what your blood type.

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