Thursday, September 4, 2008

Blood Group Diet: A (Part 3 of 4)

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Continued from Part 2...
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» Start from Introduction: Blood Group & Diet
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□ Adapts well to dietary and environmental conditions

□ Thick blood
□ Shortest life plan
□ Affected by stress more than other blood groups
□ Sensitive digestive tract
□ Vulnerable immune system
□ Must avoid almost all animal protein

Health Risks
□ Heart disease
□ Cancer, such as digestive tract, tongue, stomach, esophagus
□ High blood pressure and hypertension
□ Enlarged heart muscle
□ Decreased immune function and causing tuberculosis, diphtheria, flu, staphylococcus suppuration infection, salmonella bacillus sickness
□ Anemia
□ Liver disorders
□ Gallbladder disorders
□ Diabetes

Nutritional Profile
□ Vegetarian
Eat soybeans and tofu, and drink green tea for anti-oxidant qualities; eat grouper, cod, and salmon; eat soy cheese and drink soy milk; eat lentils, broccoli, carrots, romaine lettuce, spinach, blueberries, blackberries, cranberries, prunes, raisins
□ Avoid animal fat; meat or dairy product; meat-and-potato diet; kidney, lima, and navy beans; durum wheat; eggplant’ peppers; tomatoes; cantaloupe; honeydew melons

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