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Blood Type O – The Safest Diet for a Bulletproof Health

If you wish to improve your health and wellbeing, then changing your diet is a must.

Since having a different blood type can cause different reactions in your body, then certainly eating specific foods does the same.

Although the scientific community hasn’t reached a conclusion as to whether or not the blood type diet is really benefiting people, it has certainly shown that it does improve their health because the diet is extremely healthy.

However, if you suffer from other conditions, I advise you to discuss with your doctor before you attempt this diet, since certain changes may interfere with your medication or condition.

So, without further due, here is what you should consume if you have type O blood:

Animal Proteins

SHOULD EATAVOID
Beefpork, including ham and bacon
Lambgoose
Muttonbarracuda
Vealpickled herring
Venisoncatfish
Codsmoked salmon
Herringcaviar
mackereloctopus
conch

Dairy

SHOULD EATAVOID
ButterYogurt
Cheeses (farmer, feta, mozzarella, goat cheese)
Soy milk
 


Nuts

SHOULD EATAVOID
WalnutsBrazil nuts
HazelnutsCashews
AlmondsPeanuts
Pumpkin seeds Pistachios
Poppy seeds

Beans

SHOULD EATAVOID
Aduke beansCopper
Azuki beansKidney
Pinto beansTamarind beans
Black-eyed peasLentils (domestic, green, and red)
 


Grains

SHOULD EATAVOID
AmaranthCorn
BarleyGluten
BuckwheatGraham
RiceBulgur
KamutDurum
KashaSprouted
MilletWhite and whole wheat
RyeWheat germ
SpeltBran
Essene Farina
Ezekiel breadsOat
Seven-grains


Vegetables

SHOULD EATAVOID
TomatoesLeek
ArtichokeCauliflower
ChicoryBrussel sprouts
DandelionCabbage
GarlicMustard greens
HorseradishAlfalfa sprouts
KaleFermented olives
OkraEggplant
OnionsPotatoes
ParsleyCorn
Parsnips
Red peppers
Sweet potatoes
Pumpkin
Seaweed
Broccoli
Turnips


Fruits

SHOUDL EATAVOID
PlumsMelons
PrunesCantaloupe
FigsHoneydew
GrapefruitOranges
Most berriesTangerines
Strawberries
Blackberries
Rhubarb
Avocado
Coconut (and products which contain coconut)
 


Spices and Condiments

SHOULD EATAVOID
CurryRelish
HoneyCapers
CocoaVinegar
ParsleyPickles
ChocolateVanilla
Iodized saltKetchup
Cayenne pepperNutmeg
Kelp-based seasoningCinnamon
Cornstarch
Corn syrup
Mayonnaise
Pepper (both white and black)
 


Beverages

SHOULD DRINKAVOID
TeaBeer
Club sodaCoffee
Seltzer waterBlack tea
Distilled liquor


I want to hear your thoughts on this.

What type of foods have you been eating lately? The ones from the AVOID group or the SHOULD EAT group?

Change your diet for a few weeks and see if you notice any changes.

If you want to know more interesting facts about your specific blood type, leave a comment below and I’ll be sure to inform you as soon as possible.

To your health!

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