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    I was having a conversation with friends yesterday about my latest iron levels, and the subject of eating the right foods for your blood group came up.



    My blood type is B+ and according to this Site I should consume and avoid these foods:

    Blood type B is the nomad and is associated with a strong immune system and a flexible digestive system. Type B people are balanced omnivores and can eat meat (but not chicken), dairy, grains, beans, legumes, vegetables, and fruit. To lose weight, they should not eat corn, lentils, peanuts, sesame seeds, buckwheat, and wheat. For weight loss, eat greens, eggs, venison, liver, licorice, and tea.
    Hmm, I find most meats heavier to digest and that makes it difficult to maintain my iron levels. I'm also unable to drink full cream milk. I can, however, eat cheese and yoghurt up. Fruit and veg, even better.

    Another Link I found is more specific.

    So what can you eat, according to your blood type?

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    I too am B+. The Nomad! The blood type B has the most varied food selection of all the blood types.
    I tried the blood type diet about 12 years ago. I had great results following the diet.
    The avoidance of wheat products and certain legumes had a positive effect on my energy levels and weight loss.
    There where a few foods that I had a hard time avoiding like chicken and pork.
    I was never very certain if the diet had such positive affects on me because it was a well rounded diet or that there was some special blood type needs being met.

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    Another B positive here! I was recently diagnosed with Coeliac disease after becoming very ill. So, I have to avoid wheat, rye and barley for the rest of my life.

    Blood type B is the nomad and is associated with a strong immune system and a flexible digestive system. Type B people are balanced omnivores and can eat meat (but not chicken), dairy, grains, beans, legumes, vegetables, and fruit. To lose weight, they should not eat corn, lentils, peanuts, sesame seeds, buckwheat, and wheat. For weight loss, eat greens, eggs, venison, liver, licorice, and tea.
    I don't particularly care for meat, so venison and liver are out. However, I do like chicken (which the diet described above cautions against), but I only eat it every few weeks.

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    O RH Positive.

    The O Blood type diet describes what I've already read about eating in relation to my body type, so in my case its accurate. Yay, hunter diet for me!!!

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    Interesting thing. I'm A+, vegetarian type. Haha, but will be hard to be vegetarian in Serbia!

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    0 RH Positive. My family are all 0, half negative and half positive.

    Blood type O is the hunter and is the earliest human blood group
    Now I know why I love the giant veal steaks

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    I'm only A till now...

    In my family A and O, me and dad A, mom and sister O.

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    How reliable is a blood-type diet? It seems strange that very different people with a given blood type (i.e. a European and an African with type O) would require the same diet. I'm not saying it's wrong; I just wonder at the accuracy of such a notion.

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    I am A+ and interestingly enough I have always been naturally inclined towards a (mostly) vegeterian diet.

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    I'm O+, have always enjoyed a lot of red meats and not much herbiage.

    I went on the American Heart Association recommended "Heart Healthy" diet back in the late 80's...gained 30# and my cholesterol went up 100 points.

    Went back to my British Imperial Army Diet of beef, beans, bread and beer...lost the weight, cholesterol went back to normal.
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