Bloodtype Diet

Eating For Your Bloodtype

I like Dr. Peter D’Adamo (author of the sham diet books). I like that he and his dad did their own little studies with 5 people and keep referencing them over and over in their writings. I love marking up their books and finding mistakes that are evident to any middle school student. Anyway, here’s a handy reference guide that summarize my version of the diet, if you feel the need to try the diet.

BUT FIRST. JUST IN CASE. BLOOD TYPE HAS NOTHING DO WITH NUTRITION. IT DEALS WITH ANTI BODIES AND ANTIGENS THAT ATTACK AND DEAL WITH ISSUES IN YOUR BLOODSTREAM.

Type O blood: A high protein diet relying heavily on meat, poultry, fish, and vegetables. No grains (unless its a cheat day), beans and quinoa. Type O’s have cravings sometimes but rather than sugar foods, try a few sprints on the treadmill instead. Try and stay away from foods with more than three ingredients and where you wouldn’t want to eat those ingredients by themselves, raw.

Type A blood: Look for foods that have no added sugar and don’t come from a factory. Baked salmon and green beans should be your staple. Your breakfast every morning should be eggs and some green tea or coffee with half & half. Avoid foods that are advertised on TV and have raw salmon once a week.

Type B blood: You’ll respond best to a diet of grilled chicken and poached salmon with broccoli. Plenty of eggs and no foods with added sweeteners of any kind. Avoid food from Nabisco, Kraft, Monsanto or supplements recommended by Dr. Oz at all costs.

Type AB blood: AB blood does best  with medium rare steaks and sashimi with no rice, ever. Your carbohydrates should be vegetables and you  shouldn’t be worried about gluten because foods that contain gluten are junk anyway. No sugar & HFCS. Avoid foods from Post, Kellog’s (Kashi) and companies where workers wear lab coats and mesh hair nets.

IN CLOSING. JUST IN CASE. BLOOD TYPE HAS NOTHING DO WITH NUTRITION. IT DEALS WITH ANTI BODIES AND ANTIGENS THAT ATTACK AND DEAL WITH ISSUES IN YOUR BLOODSTREAM.

OK now we’re all clear. :)

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  2. Harry I take your class at Lifetime on Sundays and after 10 years you are by far the most knowledgeable instructor I’ve come across. Your lack of quackery and level of motivation was apparent from day one. Thanks you for spending your Sundays with us. I do want to discuss one thing with you at the club; cravings. Just know we’ll be addressing chocolate, peanut butter and ice cream. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

    1. Coming to class to reach a certain level of fitness is also a “craving”. The question is which craving takes precedence? The short term craving for sugar foods or the long term craving to have and live in the body you’ve always dreamed of? Catch me in the club anytime for some inspiration. You don’t have to do this alone.

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