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Blood Type Diet Chart : Diet According to Blood Group (0)

The diet according to blood type is very popular diet created by Dr. Peter D’Adamo. He rejects the idea that the same diet can be successfully applied in all and encourages people to eat certain products and to avoid others, depending on their blood type – A, B, AB, or 0.

D’Adamo is the author of best-selling book Eat Right for Your Type, claiming that blood type affects the digestive system and food that is good for some people but dangerous to others. Supporters of this idea believe also that blood type determines the susceptibility to certain diseases and decide which is the most appropriate exercise to be practiced.
According to this diet, all foods fall into one of three categories: highly beneficial, neutral or harmful. Beneficial foods for certain blood group act as light, neutral as food, but harmful as poison.
Supporters of this diet believe that this way of eating (tailored to blood type) helps maintaining good health, slows the aging process and to some extent helps in weight loss. On the other hand, there is no scientific evidence for the effectiveness of the diet according to the blood type.
Blood group 0

Blood group 0 is the most prevalent blood group worldwide. Representatives of this blood type have a good digestive system and more easily decomposed animal protein, so most are recommended to consume meat.
Besides meatit is necessary to consume fruits and vegetables and to reduce the consumption of carbohydrates to a minimum. The best diet for blood group 0 are those that contain a lot of protein and low in carbohydrates, and that avoid the consumption of dairy products.
People with blood group 0 are susceptible to certain diseases like ulcers and thyroid problems. Representatives of this group have a much greater level of stomach acids than others, and ulcers are a consequence. Also, more often suffer from fatigue, fluid retention in the body and weight gain.
Some believe that blood type influences the character. It is thought that representatives of the blood group 0 are responsible, have leadership skills, organized, decisive, objective and practical. But when they are under stress show signs of anger, hyperactivity and impulsiveness.
We present you a table of recommended foods and drinks for blood group O:

 

DIET

RECOMMENDED NEUTRAL TO AVOID
MEAT
buffalo

beef

venison

lamb

sheep

veal

rabbit

goat

turkey

chicken

pheasant

bacon

ham

pork

smoked meat

FISH
trout

snail

mackerel

shark

mussels

octopus

frog

barracuda

caviar

smoked salmon

Dairy
/ mozzarella

butter

feta

goat cheese

 

cow cheese

cow’s milk

goat’s milk

cheese

cream

ice cream

cottage cheese

Parmesan

Gouda

EGGS
/ Chicken

duck

goose

quail

Vegetable
broccoli

okra

artichokes

ginger

onions

lettuce (not long leaves)

peppers angry

ren

spinach

pumpkin

chicory

tomato

zucchini

cucumber

celery

carrot

cauliflower
aloe
alfalfa sprouts
cabbage
eggplants
Fruit and fruit juices
fresh and dried plums

fresh and dried figs

cherries

blueberries

blueberry juice

pineapple

grapes

grapefruit

apples

strawberries

pomegranates

apricots

pears

lemon

watermelon

peach

currants

dates

oranges

tangerines

avocado

melon

blackberries

kiwi

coconut

DRINKS
sparkling water

green tea

wine coffee

beer

carbonated drinks

black tea

Diet for blood type A – Click HERE

Diet for blood type B – Click HERE

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
People with blood group 0 need much more regularly and to practice physical activity, because physical and mental health much more depend on exercise, compared to people of other blood types. D’Adamo recommends regular physical activity 3-4 times a week. For best results the representatives of the zero blood group should exercise aerobics 30-45 minutes at least 4 times a week.

Recommended activities: intensive aerobic exercise, martial arts, exercise with weights, running.

ADDITIONAL TIPS
Besides diet and physical activity recommendations, D’Adamo provides additional tips on how people with blood group 0 can improve their lives. Here are some of them:
Eat every meal on the table in a seated position and chew food slowly.
Regular exercise at least 3-4 times a week.
Whenever you’re upset, start a physical activity.
Do not waste a lot of money and Bearing important decisions when you’re under stress.
Do your particular clear plan for stewardship (monthly plan, annual plan).
When making changes in lifestyle, involve them gradually, not suddenly.