How to Start your Diet?

Adapt to your new diet gradually, think lifestyle change not short-term.

Consume natural and/or organic. Processed food tends to be adulterated with steroids, antibiotics, toxic metals, dyes, preservatives, and other health-destroying contaminants.

Start by removing the AVOID foods. They are POISON FOOD for your type. Your body creates antibodies to fight these enemy/allergy-producing foods.

Avoid refined sugars, artificial sweeteners, additives, fillers, or other harmful agents.

Any of the ALLOWED foods could become allergies if they contain any of the previous or any of the AVOID ingredients. The stricter you adhere to your BENEFICIAL foods, the healthier you will be long-term, and the stronger your body will be to counteract disease.

Try to eat more of the BENEFICIAL foods, as they are MEDICINE FOOD for your type, and then slowly incorporate the rest of the changes.

Key points for your type O diet plan:

  1. Learn your blood type.
  2. If you have health problems, make sure you continue consulting with a qualified health professional. A nutritionist can give you further guidance, support, and encouragement.
  3. Prepare a food chart for your type—hang the list on the refrigerator and carry a second copy with you.
  4. If you have a tablet or smart phone, download the EAT RIGHT 4 YOUR TYPE app.
  5. Be sensitive to your body; seek harmony and balance your system daily. Don’t get discouraged when you slip; 70 percent adherence is OK if you are in good health and not overweight.
  6. Stay hydrated. Your urine color can reflect how much water your body needs.
  7. Avoid stimulants and physiologically stressful substances such as caffeine, diet pills, alcohol, cigarettes, etc.
  8. If weight loss is your main goal, keep within an ideal daily caloric range.
  9. Plan your physical exercise routine. If you are a beginner, consider starting with two to three sessions weekly.
  10. Add nature supplements (food derivations, vitamins, minerals, herbs) to your diet.
  11. If needed, join a support group.