The Blood Type Diet Chart!!!


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There are three food categories for each blood type:

  1. Food that’s highly beneficial – this food can act like medicine
  2. Food that’s not harmful – this food is allowed for the blood type
  3. Food that’s forbidden – this food can be harmful


Coconut oil

A number of studies have confirmed the health benefits of coconut oil on the digestive and immune system. This oil is commonly used in cooking, especially because it doesn’t lose its nutritional value at high temperatures, meaning it doesn’t oxidize like other vegetable oils. Coconut oil is loaded with good fats, which have antimicrobial properties, owing to which they promote a healthy intestinal flora. This oil reduces unhealthy sugar cravings.

Coconut oil is also abundant in medium chain fatty acids, particularly lauric acid, which is easily digestible. This acid is very important for proper liver function.

Last, but not least, coconut oil significantly increases energy levels.


Avocado is also loaded with healthy fats, most of which are monounsaturated. These fats don’t cause inflammation in the body like some omega 6 rich polyunsaturated fats. They are extremely beneficial for proper function of the arteries and for keeping blood pressure levels under control.

On the plus side, avocados reduce unhealthy sugar cravings. All you need to do is include some avocados in your lunch salad and you’ll feel full much longer. Avocadoes can help you avoid afternoon snacks.

Oily fish

Most people don’t know that some of the best anti-inflammatory foods are actually high in healthy fat. In other words, most healthy fats are powerful anti-inflammatory agents. In contrast, refined vegetables oils are high in omega 6 fats, which is why they often lead to inflammation.

Oily fish, such as salmon, are abundant in omega 3 fats, which stimulate the secretion of prostaglandins, a type of pain-relieving hormone, in the body. That’s why fish oil is extremely effective in relieving painful conditions including arthritis, menstrual cramps and fibromyalgia. In addition, fish oil also reduces inflammation in the arterial walls, thus preventing atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) and blood clotting.

Another health benefit from most fish is their high selenium content. This mineral is highly beneficial for individuals with autoimmune disease because it reduces the secretion of auto-antibodies. Selenium is also vital for the secretion of glutathione, the body’s own powerful antioxidant.

Moreover, selenium supports your body in fighting a number of viral infections, and minor chronic viral infections commonly trigger fatigue and increased inflammation.

These types of oily fish are the highest in selenium and omega 3 fats – wild salmon, trout, mackerel, herrings, sardines, mullet and anchovies. If you aren’t a fish lover, you can opt for fish oil and selenium supplements.


Turmeric is one of the most health beneficial spices on the food market. This spice owes its powerful medicinal properties to its active ingredient, curcumin. Curcumin has strong anti-inflammatory properties because of which it’s a great pain reliever. Curcumin is also beneficial for improving digestive system function. In fact, it can effectively reduce bloating and indigestion. This mild-flavored spice can be added to vegetable juices, stews and curries.

Dark chocolate

Dark chocolate, especially a high quality one with 85% cocoa content or higher, is one of the healthiest foods on the planet. What’s important about dark chocolate is that it normally doesn’t contain any milk and most of them are even free of soy lecithin (GMO ingredients that can have a serious impact on your overall health).

In addition, the higher the cocoa content in dark chocolate, the lower the sugar amount in them. Dark chocolates have an intense flavor, which prevents most people from overindulging.

This super food is abundant in polyphenols, powerful antioxidants that neutralize free radicals in the body. Last, but not least, it increases good cholesterol in the body.

People who suffer from the syndrome X or insulin resistance, typically have unusually low levels of HDL cholesterol in their blood. At the same time, these people have high levels of LDL cholesterol, which leads to formation of arterial plaques.

Via Top Healthy Life