Blood Type Diet: Diet Plan

Before making a decision about sticking to a particular diet, everyone tries to understand what kind of eating regimen to expect after joining the team of diet fans. In case with the Blood Type Diet (BTD), one should first recollect his blood type or visit a clinic to make blood test. The point is that according to the BTD philosophy, it is the blood type, which determines what kind of food is good for a person and what products should be avoided in view of inconformity with the individual blood type.

Another core element of understanding the eating regimen, promoted by the Blood Type Diet, is a really intriguing suggestion, that nowadays people should consume foods that were typical for the daily ration of their ancestors, living in the olden time, when the particular blood group was first identified. So, the author of the Blood Type Diet combined in an amazing way facts, suggestions, theories in medicine and anthropology and offered the following set of eating plans for all blood types, we know nowadays.

BTD profile for people with Blood Type 0 Since the Blood Type 0 is considered to be the oldest blood group, which appeared about 50 000 years ago, the diet recommends all the people with this blood type follow the eating pattern, which was typical for the people, living in such ancient times.

Well, to tell the truth, the menu of those people was rather limited in the culinary recipes: people mostly ate what they could catch and kill. Of course, nowadays people do not have to hunt a mammoth in order to have some breakfast, but still meat and fish should be the main constituents of the daily ration for people with the blood type 0.

In modern words, blood type 0 requires high-protein, low-carbohydrate diet. Red meat, all types of fish and olive oil is welcomed. You may also have fruits and vegetables for desert, because these natural products grew in abundance 50 000 years ago. Seeds, nuts and eggs are allowed in moderation.

On the other hand, people with blood type 0 should avoid dairy products, cereals, bread and pasta, etc (it is because 50 000 years ago people could not make pasta and bake bread).

BTD profile for people with Blood Type A The blood type A appeared around 25 000 – 15 000 B.C., when people stopped hunting the mammoths and became farmers, cultivating the land and mastering the basics of the agronomy science.

Consequently, the Blood Type Diet recommends all the people with blood group A follow the vegetarian diet. Animal meat, fat and even dairy products are claimed to be a taboo for this group of people.

BTD profile for people with Blood Type B Blood type B appeared in around 15 000 -10 000 B.C. At that time the tribes of ancient people left their settlements and started to migrate around the world. Of course, under such circumstances the menu of those people was not stable and it changed a lot under the influence of local cuisines.

That is why, if your blood belongs to type B, you are recommended to follow the most diverse eating pattern with almost all food groups allowed. In fact, the Blood Type Diet offers a really healthy and sound eating program only for those people, who have blood type B, which is, however, the rarest type of blood.

Anyway, the regimen recommended by BTD for people from B-group is considered to be well-balanced, allowing most of the useful nutritional elements and, at the same time, preventing people from consuming highly-processed foods and trans-fats.

BTD profile for people with Blood Type AB Finally, about 1000 yeas ago the blood type AB was identified. Perhaps it is because the name of this blood type contains both "B" and “A” letters, the Blood Type Diet recommends all the people with this blood group to follow the eating recommendations typical for blood types B and A, described above. There is only one small problem - type B promotes eating practically all the food groups, while type A is an example of the ideal vegetarian diet.

Anyway, to solve this dilemma it is recommended to follow vegetarian diet with periodical deviations in the direction of meat, fish and milk products.

So, this is how dieting with BTD looks like in general. Perhaps, it is sometimes amusing, sometimes alluring and sometimes unpredictable and even anecdotal; but anyway, this way of dieting is still popular among people, trying to overcome obesity and build a new body with the improved health.

Nick

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