Blood type – How does it influence weight loss diet and health?

Blood type is the key to opening many, undercover, healing powers of the body. It is one of several recognized medical differences, but at the same time tells about the evolution of the human race.

The oldest blood type, according to the most of theories, is 0.  It occurs with the first man and the rise of the human race to the top of the food chain. With the changing lifestyle of hunter-gatherers to an agrarian lifestyle, between 25,000 and 15,000 BC, occurred blood type A. While blood type B is formed between 10,000 and 3,500 BC, mixing and moving of races from African homeland to Europe, Asia and North and South America.

Group AB is present in about five percent of the total population of the Earth. So it’s the youngest blood type. There is no evidence that this type existed up to 10 centuries ago, when it occurs after the modern mixing of different blood types.

Diet according to blood type – the basics

Blood type - How does it influence weight loss diet and health?


Features: hunter, a carnivore, strong, confident, leader type.

Strengths: strong digestive system, strong immune system, natural protection against infection, efficient metabolism.

Weaknesses: intolerance towards new diet and new environmental conditions. Due to the excessive activity of the immune system, it is possible to attack itself.

Risks: disturbances in coagulation, inflammatory diseases, inflammation of the joints; but also decreased function of the thyroid gland, ulcers, and allergies.

Profile of nutrition: a high level of protein, consumption of meat. So good choice would be meat, fish, vegetables, fruit.

Limited: grains, beans, legumes.

Tips for weight loss:

Avoid: wheat flakes, beans, lentils, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, mustard.

Assists: seaweed, sea fish, salt, liver, red meat, kale, spinach, broccoli.

Supplements: vitamins B and K, calcium, iodine, licorice, seaweed.

Physical activities: intensive physical activity, as well as aerobics, martial arts, running.


Features: a farmer, a real vegetarian, considerate, cooperative, punctual.

Strengths: well-adjusted to the changed diet and new environmental conditions. Also, easily metabolize nutrients.

Weaknesses: a sensitive digestive system; vulnerable immune system – so open to infections.

Risks: heart disease, cancer, anemia, liver and gall bladder disease, diabetes type I.

Profile of nutrition: vegetarian – vegetables, tofu, sea fish, grains, beans, legumes, fruits.

Tips for weight loss:

Avoid: meat, dairy products, lima beans, wheat.

Assists: vegetable oils, soy foods, vegetables, pineapple.

Supplements: vitamin B, C and E, folic acid, haws, Echinacea, quercetin, colorful thistle.

Physical activity: a peaceful exercises such as yoga tai chi.


Features: nomad, balanced, flexible, creative.

Strengths: strong immune system, adaptability to the new environment and a new diet; but also a balanced nervous system.

Weaknesses: responsiveness to autonomic disorders and rare viral infection.

Risks: diabetes type I, chronic fatigue, autoimmune diseases (such as lupus, multiple sclerosis …)

Profile of nutrition: balanced nutrition, omnivore: meat (but not chicken), dairy products, grains, beans, legumes, vegetables, fruit.

Tips for weight loss:

Avoid: corn, lentils, hazelnuts, sesame seeds, buckwheat, and wheat

Assists: vegetables, eggs, venison meat, licorice, tea

Supplements: magnesium, licorice, gingko, lecithin

Physical activity: moderate physical exercise, such as walking, cycling, tennis, swimming.


Features: Cryptic (modern fusion of A and B type), a rare, charismatic, mysterious

Strengths: well-adjusted to modern conditions. Therefore very tolerant immune system, combines the advantages of group A and B.

Weaknesses: a sensitive digestive system. Also overly tolerant immune system may be open to infection. Reacts negatively to the circumstances as both A and B type.

Risks: heart disease, cancer, anemia.

Profile of nutrition: a mixed diet – meat, sea fish, dairy products, tofu, beans, legumes, cereals, fruit.

Tips for weight loss:

Avoid: red meat, lima beans, seeds, corn, but also buckwheat.

Assists: tofu, sea fish, dairy products, vegetables, seaweed, and pineapple.

Supplements: vitamin C, haws, valerian, colorful thistle.

Physical activity: peaceful body exercises such as yoga tai chi, combined with moderate activity (walking, biking, and tennis).

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