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.
1 If you are feeling tired, having trouble losing weight, feeling anxious, or having trouble sleeping, then the blood type diet may be right for you. If you have Type B blood, then focusing on a balanced diet between protein and vegetables is the way to go. Here are some tips on how to switch to a blood type B diet.
While the blood type diet can be amazing, there are several other issues that you might want to consider before jumping into this diet as there may be an underlying condition you are not looking at.
2 There are many illnesses and conditions that can bring on weight gain, fatigue and other symptoms. Adrenal fatigue is one such condition. In fact many people don't even know they have adrenal fatigue. If you haven't heard of adrenal fatigue, then take this simple 3 minute test to find out if you have it. Make sure you research thoroughly before jumping into a diet that can affect your health.
3 If you want to start losing weight, or need help changing your diet, give our office a call at 626-571-1234 for a free consultation. We will talk to you about your health goals and let you know if you are on the right track and if the blood type diet is right for you or not. Having a health coach by your side every step of the way will make it that much easier to achieve your goals.
Eating the right diet for your blood type can be pivotal to improving and maintaining your health. However, making these kinds of changes can be difficult, particularly if you’re busy and struggling to keep up with all your current commitments.
Work with your doctor, start slowly, and find the eating plan that works for you as well as for your blood type.
The blood type diet may help some with AFS, while not being helpful to others with AFS. Everyone's body is different.
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.