What to eat on the Blood Type Diet



A man eating a salad on the Blood Type Diet According to Dr. Peter DÁdamo, author of Eat Right For Your Type, a chemical reaction occurs between your blood and the foods you eat. This reaction is part of your genetic inheritance. This reaction is caused by a factor called Lectins. Lectins, abundant and diverse proteins found in foods, have agglutinating properties that affect your blood. So when you eat a food containing protein lectins that are incompatible with your blood type antigen, the lectins target an organ or bodily system and begin to agglutinate blood cells in that area. The blood type diet is designed to target these specific factors.

Fortunately, most lectins found in the diet are not quite so life threatening, although they can cause a variety of other problems, especially if they are specific to a particular blood type. For the most part your immune systems protect you from lectins. Ninety-five percent of the lectins you absorb from your typical diets are sloughed off by the body. But at least five percent of the lectins you eat are filtered into the bloodstream and different reactions in different organs.

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Blood Type Diet Categories

Your blood type is important on the Blood Type Diet Your blood type diet is the restoration of your natural genetic rhythm. Your blood type diet works because you are able to follow a clear, logical, scientifically researched plan based on your cellular profile. Each food groups are divided into three categories: Highly beneficial (food that acts like Medicine), Foods allowed (food that are no harm to the blood type) and Foods not allowed (food that acts like a Poison)

Select your blood group for a detailed chart:
Type O | Type A | Type B | Type AB
Simpler List
Diet Profile Allowed Limited Food to Avoid For Weight Loss purpose Food That Helps With Weight Loss
Type O High Protein:
Meat eaters
Meat
fish
vegetables
fruit
Grains
beans
legumes
Wheat
corn
kidney beans
navy beans
lentils
cabbage
Brussels sprouts
cauliflower
mustard greens
Kelp
seafood
salt
liver
red meat
kale
spinach
broccoli
Type A Vegetarian Vegetables
tofu
seafood
grains
beans
legumes
fruit
Meat
dairy
kidney beans
lima beans
wheat
Vegetable oil
soy foods
vegetables
pineapple
Type B Balanced omnivore Meat (no chicken)
dairy
grains
beans
legumes
vegetables
fruit
Corn
lentil
peanuts
sesame
seeds
buckwheat
wheat
Greens
eggs
venison
liver
licorice
tea
Type AB Mixed diet in moderation Meat
seafood
dairy
tofu
beans
legumes
grains
vegetables
fruits
Red meat
kidney beans
lima beans
seeds
corn
buckwheat
tofu
seafood
dairy
greens
kelp
pineapple
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Select your blood group for a detailed chart:
Type O | Type A | Type B | Type AB

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11 Comments

  • jessica says:

    I am a type O, is it ok to consume almond milk? I know cashew milk is not allowed but did not see almonds listed. Thanks

  • Tania Thomas says:

    Hello…

    I am Orh- blood type, female and 46 years old. Would I just follow a diet for O blood type?

  • McKayla says:

    I understand the ins and outs of the diet, but how does it affect supplements? I have adrenal fatigue and like to be cautions when thinking about changing my diet.

    • Dr.Lam says:

      The adrenal fatigue diet is different from blood type diet. Depending on the stage of AFS, there is also tremendous variation. therefore a personalized program is best .

      DR Lam

  • Socrates says:

    I am blood type O and I eat everything. In fasting peroid i am completly vegeterian. And i eat(drink) lots of diary products… I am saying this because i dont believe in this. Lots of food which i must avoid acording to some blood type diets(similar with this), makes me feel awesome when i eat them, with rush of energy… First i tought it was because i am young 25years but then i saw my grandma and rest of my family and they are also O type and they eat every “forbiden food” i eat and they are also full of energy and good will … And explain me this, on few sites its beneficial to eat cashew and here i should avoid it(actually its not allowed for anyone … ? …. ) And its not allowed to drink black tea?! Ok one or 2 bloodtypes but its not allowed for all types….? … I am asking , because i am confused, and i think humans should eat the food which makes him feel good.

    • Dr.Lam says:

      No diet can cover 100% of the people due to tremendous individual variation. This apply to all diets, including blood type. The blood type diet does provide some good guidance, and if you listen to your body and adapt, you will do well.

      Dr Lam

  • Constance McCardle says:

    I am Type A. I have Hashimotos and adrenal issues related to that . I have been told to stay away from soy. What is your opinion ?

    • Dr.Lam says:

      For blood type A, soy is actually beneficial. But when you have Hashimotos, it is best to avoid soy because excessive consumption can affect thyroid function.

  • Dramen says:

    Great article Dr. Lam!! Does someone’s +/- factors impact this at all?