What You Should Eat According To Your Blood Type

Each blood type requires a special diet. This is the thesis of some scientists. But it is essential, whatever your life style you must...

 Eat According To Your Blood Type

Each blood type requires a special diet. This is the thesis of some scientists. But it is essential, whatever your life style you must ensure a balanced meals composed of proteins, carbohydrates, lipids; eating fruits bring vitamins to the body; drink at least 1.5 liters of water per day to boost metabolism and promote elimination of toxins, and do sports.

According to this theory, each blood type has a nutritional genetic fingerprint that allows you to maintain your ideal weight and regulate the aging process of your body. It classifies food into three categories:
1. Beneficial:
these are the foods that act as nutraceuticals.
2. Allowed:
these are the foods that are more nutritious.
3. Unwanted:
the food that it is better to reduce consumption.
This classification is based on the fact that certain foods are best digested or provide better metabolic balance for some people.
In fact certain foods are beneficial to all blood types:
Coconut oil
Coconut oil has many health benefits. It is a stable fat which can be fired at high temperature, but not oxidize such as vegetable oils. It contains medium chain fatty acids that are synthesized by the liver to provide energy to the organism and helps regulate blood sugar in the blood. This oil has, in addition, antimicrobial properties and strengthens the intestinal flora. Moreover it can provide a greater sense of satiety.
Avocados are rich in monounsaturated healthy fats that help prevent inflammation. These fats help to improve blood pressure and blood vessel health. Also, they keep you full longer.
The Avocados, however, is not recommended in pregnancy, particularly during the first 3 months, because it can cause liver sensitivity, as well as for people with acne and liver problems or gallstones.
Oily fish
Particularly fatty fish full of omega-3 and various healthy fatty acids that stimulate the production of prostaglandins, hormones that have vasodepressive and contractile properties. They enable to fight against inflammation of the artery walls and joints, menstrual cramps and muscle pain.
The fish also contain selenium, whose role is to stimulate the production of glutathione, a powerful antioxidant. Accordingly, they help combat various viral infections and autoimmune diseases.
However, fish oils may, in some individuals, cause nausea or gastrointestinal disorders. Others may manifest allergies to fish.
Turmeric is an excellent spice used in cooking  and has many virtues. Its active ingredient, curcumin, has anti-inflammatory properties that can relieve various types of pain and digestive disorders.
Turmeric is however not recommended for pregnant women, people who suffer from gall bladder disorders, so as to avoid taking anticoagulants.
Dark chocolate
Dark chocolate of good quality has a high percentage of cocoa and contains, in general, dairy or soy lecithin which has a low sugar content and provides powerful antioxidants, including polyphenols that fight free radicals and regulate cholesterol levels.
It is good to note that excessive consumption of chocolate can lead to weight gain.
And these are avoided as sources of many diseases and cancer:
Sucrose is the main source of osteoarthritis.
The alcohol
Alcohol consumption enhances the proliferation of free radicals and cancer.
Cigarette smoking increases the risk of cardiovascular disease, accelerates cell aging and promotes the proliferation of free radicals.
A high salt intake is a risk factor for the development of hypertension and other diseases

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