After struggling for two years, I added animal protein to my diet along with digestive enzymes. This combination balanced my blood sugar, boosted my energy, nourished my brain, and eliminated belly fat. I felt alive again.
What to Eat as a Blood Type O?
I learned that because I am Blood Type O, I need more protein than other blood types. Blood Type O is the first blood type and descended from hunter-gatherers. People with this blood type thrive on organic meat, fish, eggs, vegetables, fruits, nuts, and seeds. On the other hand, wheat, dairy, sugar, and processed foods create inflammation in Blood Type O people. Consequently, the vegan diet I followed was unsuitable for my body.
I began applying the blood type diet in my clinical practice and inspired my doctor and colleague, Dr. Julia T. Hunter to share the information with her clients as well. My clients happily reported that after eating according to their blood type, they gained energy and reduced belly fat. I encourage you to discover how to eat right for your blood type.
What is Your Blood Type?
If you are unaware of your blood type, I recommend a test on Amazon called the Eldoncard Blood Type Testing Kit. Once you type yourself at home, I recommend you download my digital blood type guide for all blood types. The digital blood type guide includes the following:
- Lists of “yes” and “no” foods
- Common problems for each blood type and how to fix them
- Meal suggestions and eating plans
- Exercise recommendations
- Advice on how to optimize lifestyle choices for energy and weight loss
- Supplements and protocols for gut health
- A grocery shopping list
Dr. D’Adamo wrote all blood types thrive on an organic, whole-food diet. Sugar, fried, and processed foods did not exist as humans evolved, and these non-foods severely compromised gut, immune, brain, and nervous system health. Modern wheat has more gluten than ancient wheat and also contains a dangerous chemical called glyphosate. Research shows that this toxin also bores microscopic holes in the intestines. Over ninety percent of the IBS and colitis clients in my practice were consuming wheat at the time of their diagnosis.
What to Eat as a Blood Type B?
Blood Type B developed among the first nomads and focuses on eggs, goat products, local fruits, greens, nuts, and seeds. This blood type specifically does not digest chicken well and may cause inflammation and bloat. Blood Type B people are recommended to consume turkey or exotic meats such as wild-caught fish, bison, lamb, and venison.
What to Eat as a Blood Type AB?
The rarest blood type, Blood Type AB is a combination of A and B. If you are an AB, you may appreciate the digital download to streamline your food choices and help eliminate inflammation.
Why is Hydrochloric Acid Important?
Triple-board certified Dr. Zac Bush writes that 21st-century humans only have 10% the hydrochloric acid (HCL) in their stomachs than our ancestors. The lack of hydrochloric acid disrupts the gut’s ability to digest protein and increases susceptibility to bugs, bacteria, and parasites. Consuming digestive enzymes combats the side effects of low HCL.
In my practice, I have witnessed the connection between parasites and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) as well as symptoms such as bloat, constipation, and brain fog. I recommend my clients a combination of Bugs Be Gone and Happy Gut Cleanse was designed to help overcome these modern-day gut issues.
You may contact me with questions about the blood type diet through the Chat button on Cleansing for Energy. Join my TikTok Live sessions on Saturdays and Sundays at 5 pm PST for more gut health information. I am excited to share my upcoming digital downloads to help you transition into the right blood type diet easily.
To your health,
Author & Digestive Health Consultant,
Santa Barbara, California