Nutrition Tips for Blood Type B Individuals

women-kitchenConsume food from natural and/or organic sources when possible.

  1. Choose good carbs, not no carbs. Whole grains are best. Avoid wheat, rye, and corn.
  2. Pay attention to your protein intake. Lamb, mutton, fish, eggs, nuts, and beans are the best choices. Avoid chicken.
  3. Choose foods with healthy fats; limit foods high in saturated fat. Avoid foods with trans fat. Olive oil, nuts, and fish are the healthiest sources.
  4. Choose a fiber-filled diet, rich in whole grains, vegetables, fruits.
  5. Eat more vegetables and fruits—dark green, yellow, orange, red.
  6. Use sardines, collard greens, spinach, kelp, broccoli, figs, and celery as calcium sources.
  7. Drink water to quench thirst. Skip sugary drinks—100-percent fruit juices, milk (including flavored), sweetened teas.
  8. You may drink one to two cups 100-percent fruit juice as part of daily fruit consumption, but only if freshly squeezed.
  9. Consume less salt, more fresh foods, fewer processed foods.
  10. A daily multivitamin with vitamin C, magnesium, licorice, gingko, lecithin, and calcium may add an extra health boost.
  11. A daily probiotic supplement restores the balance of microflora, contributing to immune function.