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Blood Type Diet – Type B Diet Chart

By: Michael Lam, MD, MPH

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Your Blood Type Diet Chart

The blood type diet chart for type Bs will be your guideBlood 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

How to Make Lasting Dietary Changes

Do you struggle to make dietary changes, even the ones that you know you need? Altering your diet can be one of the most difficult but essential lifestyle changes you can ever make.

Whether you need the Type B diet or one of the other types, there’s more to think about when making this change including:

Root Causes

Why are you making these changes? Do you want to lose weight? Gain energy? These are common reasons for making dietary changes, but changing what you eat may not be as effective as you think.

If you’ve recently gained weight or have experienced low energy levels, you probably blame yourself. You don’t eat right or don’t exercise enough after all. Those accusations may be true, but it might not be the entire story.

Often, there are many underlying conditions that are the real cause of low energy and weight gain. These can remain hidden for years, manifesting in strange and disconnected symptoms until they burst into the open and cause real problems.

When you’re struggling with your weight, you need to identify the root causes of the problem, not just treat the superficial symptoms. This will not only make it easier for you to achieve your weight goals, it will also protect your health over the long term.

Expert Help

You’ve probably tried diets before and never talked to your doctor about them. But those diets didn’t work did they? This may be be because of factors you never thought about such as:

  • The diet wasn’t right for you
  • You have underlying conditions
  • You didn’t implement the diet safely and effectively

If you want to be successful with your new diet, then you need the right kind of help. Look for a medical professional who will look at your body holistically and try to find underlying causes of your weight gain and low energy levels. Finding and eliminating these underlying causes is the only way you’ll be successful with this life change.

The Takeaway

If you want the Type B diet to be successful, you need to do things a little differently this time. Instead of trying to do it alone and blaming yourself when you fail, here’s what to do:

  1. Talk to your doctor about your symptoms and potential causes
  2. Look for any factors that could be obstructing your weight loss efforts such as stress or underlying conditions
  3. Make any needed changes slowly and listen to your body through the process

If you want to supercharge your effects and achieve real success with your weight loss efforts, get the right kind of help by clicking here for our Ask a Doctor system or calling our office on +1 (626) 571-1234.


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Dr. Lam's Key Questions

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.

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