Your Blood Type Diet Chart
Blood type is an important indicator of our body’s physiology and can tell us how to best take care of it. Those with Type B blood often have a hearty constitution and have an advantage fighting against some common debilitating conditions such as heart disease or cancer. On the other hand, they tend to have greater susceptibility to immune system disorders.
In order to care for this kind of physiology, the body needs a comprehensive and balanced nutrition that nourishes all of the body’s systems and promotes a healthy homeostasis. An optimal diet to achieve this will contain both animal and plant-based foods, but some specific foods should not be consumed, such as chicken or peanuts. To figure out which foods to include in your diet refer to the chart below.
Blood Type Diet Chart – Blood Type B
Characteristics of Type B: Best on Balanced Omnivores Diet
Dr. Lam’s Key Questions
While having AFS is it better to follow the blood type diet or is the blood type diet for anyone regardless of having AFS?
The blood type diet may help some with AFS, while not being helpful to others with AFS. Everyone’s body is different.
I have heard the potassium is good for the body. I myself am low in potassium. How come the protocols want me to cut out fruits that have potassium, though? Don’t I need this particular mineral for a healthy functioning body?
It is important to know what ailment you are suffering from and replenish accordingly. Don’t listen to what the general public is telling you. Potassium is a very important mineral that the body can’t do without. It is only in some stages of Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome that you should limit your intake of potassium.