BLOOD TYPE IS LINKED TO PROPER DIET AND NOW LET SEE HOW AND WHAT TO EAT

Blood Type diet is made for anyone particular and uniquely. These are modern diets. If one sticks to plan for more years it is becoming a regime-not short time diet.

The blood type diet or BTD is made in 1996,by Peter J. D’Adamo, ND and after 14 years it is still number 1 on Amazon. Is it really good?

MY STORY

I disliked meat when I was a kid.Other kids enjoyed burgers and I ate PB and J, stir fry and whole wheat because I was vegetarian and I was special and unique because of it.

As I aged I changed philosophies and I became vegan. I started to eat only seeds, nuts, grains oils, beans and produce. The body didn’t accept mine lifestyle change. I had hand rash, hip pain, congestion, and aches in joints, also dandruff and dry skin. Eczema and pimples also made me sleep less at night.

That is how I started learning more about medicine. Two dermatologists found me dermatitis and gavesteroid creams. As I disliked that so I began to find more on this issue.

Also, candida I had in intestines and I should eat less sugars, pickled foods, yeast foods and also fermented food. Not even slight of cake.

At last I got in touch with Gina T. Ogorzaly, chiropractor and co-founder of Diamondback Wellness Center.

When I told her my blood type (right away, O positive). I got confused because she already knew what to do. She had 0-precise chart with 3 food categories:

  • beneficial
  • neutral
  • and also bad.

According to that I need to eat veggies, red meats mostly, to avoid the grains and wheat. The type 0 is a hunter – a meat eater.

That was a no-no situation and I started.

BLOOD TYPE IS LINKED TO PROPER DIET AND NOW LET SEE HOW AND WHAT TO EAT

TYPE A SPICY TOFU WITH ALMOND AND APRICOT

Spicy marinade

  • tamari sauce 2tbsp
  • lemon juice 1 tbsp
  • 1 tbsp fresh parsley
  • fresh chives 1 tbsp
  • turbinado sugar 1 tbsp
  • curry 2 tsp
  • 1 tsp sesame
  • 1 cake tofu

STIR FRY

  • olive oil 3 tbsp
  • 1 small onion, sliced
  • Carrots 3
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • sliced apricot ½ cup
  • sliced almonds 1/3 cup

Mix marinade in a bowl, add the tofu and sit for an hour. Heat some oil on medium heat and add onions and sauté. Add carrots, garlic. Cook 2 minutes more. Drain tofu of the marinade and add it to pan and cook more. Then add the apricots and almonds, cook 3 min. Serve with basmati. Here is nutrition value: 292 calories, 22 g carbs, 19 g fat, 0 mg cholesterol, 15 g protein, 3 g fibers, 506 mg sodium

TYPE B LIMA BEANS AND GOAT CHEESE WITH SCALLIONS

Servings 4

  • pack frozen lima beans
  • Two cups lima beans
  • one tbsp olive oil
  • two scallions sliced
  • two cloves of garlic, crushed
  • four oz goat cheese
  • three tbsp parsley
  • Salad dressing

Defrost lima beans. Heat some oil on pan to medium heat. Add scallions and sauté 2 min. Then add garlic until it gets some color. Remove from heat and put 3 tbsp of dressing, add crumbled goat cheese and parsley on top. Nutrition value: 254 calories, 17 g carbs, 15 g fat, 8 g saturated fat, 29 mg cholesterol, 14 g protein,5 g fiber, 209 mg sodium

TYPE AB SPELT BERRY AND RICE SALAD
  • one cup cooked berries
  • two cups cooked rice
  • one cup sautéed maitake mushrooms
  • three tbsp parsley chopped
  • two tbsp olive oil
  • Salt

Mix well all ingredients and on room temperature.Also can add scallions and spices- coriander and cumin. Refrigerate maximum 4 days.

Nutrition: 215 calories, 3.9 g protein, 11.5 g fat, 1.6 g saturated fat, 0 mg cholesterol, 29.5 g carbs, 3.5 g fibers, 5.5 mg sodium

TYPE 0 FLANK STEAK
  • two tbsp garlic minced
  • two tbsp cumin ground
  • one tbsp cayenne powder
  • one tbsp coriander ground
  • half tsp cloves
  • half tsp red pepper flakes
  • one tbsp salt
  • one and ½ lbs organic steak

Mix spices, garlic also salt over steak. Grill it on medium heat for 10 minutes. Remove  and let it cool 5 min, and then slice it. Serve with veggies, steamed veggies as broccoli, artichoke, red onion, sweet potato collard greens, chard, and also turnip. Nutrition value: 197.2 calories, 9.4 g fat, 24 g protein, 3.6 g carbs, 3.7 g saturated fat, 56.7 mg cholesterol, 0.9 g fibers and 670 mg sodium.

 

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