Good morning! I did not know about this until I started my weight loss program. I used to complain without researching or going to an expert on why I always had skin allergies. So I was given a “free meal plan” for my diet based on what type of blood I have from my “free body analysis” given by coach Marie. The biggest “NO” to my meal plan is the “chicken”(chicken, chicken, chicken), one of my most favorite food that I have to “give up”. Then the challenge for my self begun. Episode 1 was ” chicken vs me”. It was very hard for me. In my 2-3 weeks routine of my meal blood type diet, I experienced the sadness of not being able to eat the food that I “want” and always wanted to eat. I thought I only saw it on tv. But now, its a real-time show off screen-for real, for real! Currently I am one and a half month journey in my blood type diet. I am slowly getting used to eating “one cup of rice” instead of three to four cups each meal. This blood type diet is working. I don’t get skin allergies anymore, from my face which I thought was only from breakouts and down to my legs. Let me share with you the “blood type diet” chart. Photo credit from Google.
What else we need to know about the “blood type diet”?According to the “Healthline”:
The concept of blood type diets was originally put forth by the naturopathic physician Dr. Peter J. D’Adamo in his book, “Eat Right 4 Your Type.” He claims that different blood types evolved at various points in our genetic history and that your blood type should determine what you eat and how you exercise.
Blood type diets are a system of eating which categorizes foods as beneficial, neutral, or harmful. It’s based on a person’s blood type and other factors.
D’Adamo claims foods harmful to your blood type cause an agglutination reaction. This makes blood cells stick together, increasing the risk of
Eating foods based on your blood type:
The blood type diet requires a regimen called compliance. This refers to eating “beneficial.” Beneficials are chosen for each blood type, based upon the lectins, or molecules, which the food contains.
On this diet, people are defined as being “secretors” or “nonsecretors.” These terms refer to an individual’s ability to secrete blood type antigens into bodily fluids. What you eat is partly based upon your secretor status. This is why the diet is known as an individualized plan.
-If you want a personal coach to help and guide you with your blood type diet don’t hesitate to message or email or comment below for any additional or helpful information. Our coaches will assist your body analysis and will give you your proper meal plan base on your blood type. If your diet is not working maybe it’s not your type.