The Blood Type Diet Chart!!!

Food groups can be categorised into three, namely;

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  • Harmful foods which should not be consumed
  • Foods that are highly beneficial to your health and act like Medicine
  • Food that help boost the health of your particular blood type

Here are some foods that you can include in your daily dietary regimen today.

1. Use Coconut Oil

Coconut oil helps to boost your digestive and immune system. Coconut oil can tolerate very high temperatures and it will not get oxidized and be destroyed like vegetable oils and it is a heat stable fat.

Coconut oil has lauric acid is which very vital for the liver to produce energy. The fats in coconut oil are good fats and they have antimicrobial properties which is important in giving the body’s digestive system a healthy balance of microbes that help to digest food in the digestive tract. Coconut oil gives a feeling of satiety and this is important if you want to curb cravings that could cause you to add weight.

2. Tasty Avocados

Avocados have mono saturated fats which are healthy fats. These fats are also good in preventing inflammation in your body such as some omega-6 rich polyunsaturated fats.

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The nutrients in avocados can also help to clean up your arteries and in effect regulate your blood pressure and help you avoid high blood pressure. You can add some avocado to your lunch time salad and you won’t have sugar cravings throughout the day.

3. Healthy Fish oil

Oily fish is rich in omega-3 fats. That is great for boosting the production of prostaglandins which are pain relieving hormones that will help provide relief from the pain as well as inflammatory conditions such as arthritis, fibromyalgia and menstrual cramps.

Fish oil is also effective in preventing blood clots and atherosclerosis (i.e. the hardening of the arteries).

Fish oil is also a great source for selenium which is a mineral that is helpful to individuals with autoimmune disease as it curbs the production of auto-antibodies.

It also boosts the production of the potent antioxidant known as glutathione and selenium has antiviral properties as well.

You can eat omega-3 fats rich fish such as; trout, sardines, wild salmon, mullet, anchovies and herrings.

4. Try Turmeric Spice

This bright yellow spice is highly healthy. It is used in curry but you can also buy fresh turmeric powder in your local health store.

The active compound in turmeric is curcumin and it has very potent anti-inflammatory properties that is also an excellent pain reliever. It also helps the digestive system and improves the system from constipation, indigestion and bloating.

5. Eat Dark Chocolate

Eating dark chocolate is extremely good for your health. Dark chocolate is one with about 85% or higher cocoa content.

Dark chocolate is free from dairy products and there are brands that are also free from soy lecithin which is a GMO product.

You will not overindulge when you eat dark chocolate and this is because of the very intense flavor of the chocolate.

Dark chocolate has polyphenols which is a potent antioxidant and is great for combating free radicals as well as stimulate the levels of the body’s healthy HDL cholesterol levels.

If you have high levels of bad cholesterol it can lead to arterial plaques which can cause a blockage of the arteries and lead to stroke.

Source: Healthy Life Tricks

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