Monday, August 11, 2008

Blood Group Diet: A (Part 1 of 4)

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Individuals with group A blood have the thickest blood of all blood groups. Group As do not tolerate either meat or potatoes well. When group As eat these foods that are inconsistent with their blood group, their already thick blood agglutinates, or gets thicker and stickier. The thick blood requires the heart to pump harder, inevitably causing higher blood pressure, hypertension, an enlarged heart muscle, and an increase in heart disease. This is the major reason why group A individuals have the shortest life span today.

Another downside for individuals with group A blood is that in their adaptation to a vegetarian diet, over time group As began to secrete less stomach acid necessary to metabolize meat protein. Group As have very low stomach acid by genetic standards; while the low acid accommodates the metabolism of fruits and vegetables, it does a miserable job metabolizing animal protein.

Group A individuals are predisposed to heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. It is particularly important for sensitive Group A to get their foods in as natural a state as possible: fresh, pure, and organic. When you get on the Group A Diet, you will naturally be thinner. If you are accustomed to eating meat, you'll lose weight rather rapidly in the beginning as you eliminate the toxic foods from your diet. And when you follow the Group A diet, you can supercharge your immune system and potentially short-circuit the development of life-threatening diseases.

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