Monday, September 1, 2008

Blood Group Diet: O (Part 3 of 4)

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Continued from Part 2...
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□ Thinnest blood
□ Strongest stomach acid
□ Strong immune system
□ Longest life span
□ Metabolizes food well
□ Neutralizes cholesterol
□ Low blood clot risk

□ Thin blood may not clog well in brain
□ Intolerant of newer dietary and environmental conditions
□ Greatest threshold for abuse of smoking, alcohol, etc

Health Risks
□ Strokes
□ Blood disorders, like hemophilia and leukemia
□ Arthritis
□ Inflammatory diseases, like such as liver cirrhosis, cholecystitis, appendicitis, abscess
□ Ulcers, like gastric ulcer and duodenum disease
□ Allergies like bronchial tube asthma

Nutritional Profile
□ High Protein: Meat eaters
Animal protein primary source
□ Foods rich in vitamin K
□ Eat beef, salmon, mozzarella cheese, pinto beans, artichoke, broccoli, greens, figs, plums
□ Avoid pork, wheat, corn, lentils, navy beans, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, potatoes, melons, oranges

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