Losing Weight on the Blood Type Diet

Losing Weight on the Blood Type Diet

Losing Weight on the Blood Type Diet

The blood type diet dictates that each blood type has a susceptibility to certain diseases, benefits from specific exercises and should only eat certain foods. The blood type diet has become enormously popular recently, and makes a lot of sense to many people, with its references to human history and evolution. Many find that by switching their diet, they start to lose weight without trying. If you follow a diet that’s designed specifically for your blood group, you’ll lose weight, feel healthier and lower your risk of many diseases.

Genuine weight loss and genuine, lasting health comes from considering how your body interacts with the foods and beverages you consume. Dr. D’Adamo’s pioneering and on-going research confirms that your blood type is the single most important determinant in how your body interacts with the foods you eat, and whether those foods cause inflammation, digestive problems, or weight gain for you. Look at your diet and then after looking over the key weight-gaining foods for your blood type, consider replacing at least two of them with other foods that may be neutral or even beneficial for your type.

Example for Types O and A: Replace wheat breads and pastas with better-tolerated and neutral Spelt breads and pastas. Ideally, until you reach your preferred state of health and weight, you’ll want to consume less of these grains, and add more quality meats and vegetables. However, removing the gluten is a huge step in the right direction.

Example for Types B and AB: Replace corn muffins and taco shells with and pastas with better-tolerated and neutral Spelt breads and pastas. Ideally, until you reach your preferred state of health and weight, you’ll want to consume less of these grains, and add more quality meats and vegetables.

Type A blood people are usually lactose intolerant and they also have a hard time digesting animal protein, too. By eliminating meat and dairy from your diet, you will begin to lose weight and your body will respond positively. Although blood type B people can handle almost all foods, some foods will cause weight gain. Foods to avoid include corn, buckwheat, sesame seeds, lentils, peanuts and may other nuts. To lose weight type Os should follow a high-protein, low-carb diet with lots of meat and fish but no dairy products, wheat or grains. People with the rare blood type AB should eat a combination of the foods recommended for blood groups A and B. So by following a diet according to your blood plan you can lose weight fast and effectively.