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Eat Right For Your Blood Type A Negative Food List
The clients blood typing reveals Rh antigens what blood type would the client have Rh receptive, Rh negative, Rh resistant, Rh positive
Healthy natural food: All blood types: should eat healthy, natural foods. Healthy usually means low in fat (especially low in animal fats), a moderate amount of protein, and a moderate amount of whole grain carbohydrates (but very little sugar, and not much white rice nor white bread). Natural means unprocessed, with little salt, sauces, or preservatives. One's ABO/Rh blood type makes no difference in food choices. ...Read more
Whatever you like: I'm sorry if you've been reading books by crooks. There's a series providing all kinds of advice for various blood groups, from the 1990's. It is totally made up as a money-maker. ...Read more
Is it right that each person with a different blood type should eat in different things. L I mean the food affect every blood type differently?
My blood type is o+ is there certain foods I should eat or diet that is best suited for this blood type?
Blood type: There is no relationship between your blood type and your intake of food. You are born with your blood type. Eating green leafy vegetables and liver will increase iron in your blood. That is important if you have been diagnosed with iron deficiency anemia, often caused by heavy periods, pregnancy, or chronic blood loss. ...Read more
Foods that taste: Good. The data on blood types and food choices is rubbish. ...Read more
No: While there is a lot of information out there on this topic it is not credible. ...Read more
What should the b- blood type diet consist of and what foods should be avoided? I'm an 18 year old female
No science here: Ignore this stuff. It has no scientific basis. In the 1990's, one individual spun an elaborate fantasy system about different illnesses, diets, lifestyles for different blood types. It was an entertaining as "what is your zodiac sign? " and as baseless. Don't reward this with your money, time or attention. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
That is a theory.: Not one that I hold however.Get a more detailed answer ›
Is there any food can be harmful to people who have blood type a, for example meat, potato, and tomato? If that true what are the healthy food to them?
What kind food is ok to gain weight? I'm 20, 171cm and I do sport usually. No allergies, o+ blood type. Thank you, doctor.
I got Gastro +/- 2 weeks back - convinced it was meat I had & converted to = Vegetarian. I'm O+, Are blood type diets good? Lots of tummy issues on my side too! Convinced I'm gluten intolerant - tummy hurts like mad after certain foods, drink, etc.
There no diets specific for different blood types.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex.
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Nonsense: It's garbage.Get a more detailed answer ›
Blood type: Consists of blood group a, b, ab or o combined with rh factor positive or negative. Lacking this cell surface marker (rh negative), neg folks cannot take blood products from people who are rh positive, as your body will reject them, followed by blood group. Rh negative folks are not rare in number. They are simply more restricted, based on that neg factor, from whom they can receive. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A Fad - Probably Not: Blood type refers to thousands of proteins & glyco-proteins on the surface of cells, especially red blood cells. Abo and rh types refer to only the first 2 & most important (in terms of transfusion reactions) characterized historically. There are hundreds more "types", the reason blood cross-typing is always performed before transfusions. Types reflect genes - but clear basis for selecting foods. ...Read more