O-+ BLOOD MEANS IT IS THE ORIGINAL …THE OLDEST BLOOD TYPE IN THE WORLD!

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According to American statistics on the (4) four basic blood types…

Blood  Caucasians  African Americans  Hispanics     Asians
O+        37%                      51%                      53%            39%
O-          8%                        4%                        4%             1%

However, notice that is just African-Americans… if, the Caucasian has the highest O- Blood type why have they developed corporations and set up blood banks in the said Black communities, especially, the so-called ghettos and ask for blood and plasma donations? The American Red Cross, which maintains blood banks, says:

       “Although all blood is made of the same basic elements, not all blood is alike. In fact, there are eight different common blood types, which are determined by the presence or absence of certain antigens – substances that can trigger an immune response if they are foreign to the body. Since some antigens can trigger a patient’s immune system to attack the transfused blood, safe blood transfusions depend on careful blood typing and cross-matching.”

       According to Lifesource.org, “For example, some African American donors have different combinations of antigens in their blood like U-negative or Duffy-negative. Because these antigens are rarely found in other ethnic groups, these patients often depend on African American blood donations.Type O blood is the most common and most frequently used blood type. Type O negative blood is the universal donor, since almost anyone can accept it for a transfusion, regardless of their blood type. This type is the first to run out during blood shortages.”
 
If they have the highest 0- why don’t they use their own blood?” Also, why leave out Africans in this statistic, since obviously it is a global stat? Nevertheless, let’s add in Africans, the “Mothers and Fathers of the Human Race” and the statistic becomes quite different, I’m sure! Africans, on average, have more O genes and less A genes than do Europeans. So, it can be seen that the gene carried by people who are blood group O is ancient by evolutionary standards. The Caucasian is the last species or rather the most recent of the human race, therefore, it is impossible for them to be higher in O- blood type than Africans, and i.e. African-Americans.

O Blood Type Livet (said Diet)
Here is an article explaining the O blood type livet (diet). It is based on the book, “EAT RIGHT 4 YOUR BLOOD TYPE” by Dr. Peter J. D’Adamo, who was a pioneer in seeking out the blueprint, which he used to determine the differences between every person’s specific dietary needs based on their blood type.

I believed that no two people on the face of the Earth were alike; no two people have the same fingerprints, lip prints or voice prints. No two blades of grass or snowflakes are alike. Because I felt that all people were different from one another, I did not think it was logical that they should eat the same foods. It became clear to me that since each person was housed in a special body with different strengths, weaknesses and nutritional requirements, the only way to maintain health or cure illness was to accommodate to that particular patient’s specific needs.
– Dr. Peter J. D’Adamo

To some, the connection between their blood type and the diet required according to the blood type, may sound a bit far-fetched; whilst to others, it may be the most obvious link that they might or might not have thought of. Dr. D’Adamo came down to the conclusion that the kind of foods that were easily metabolized and were hence better for a person of a particular blood type weren’t necessarily so for another.

Here, however, we’re about to understand the basics of the O blood type diet. The livet (said die-t) for people of both, O positive, as well as, O negative blood type, is the same. The history of the O blood type will make it easier for you to understand why to eat, what you should eat, as well as, understanding your capabilities to remain healthy.

‘O’ stands for the ‘Old’ or “Oldest” (Original). The blood type O ancestors have been the Africans, who dates back over 300,000 years ago and have been the roots of the people who branched out as O blood type. 

“Discovery News” reports:
         An African-American man in South Carolina has lineage tracing back 338,000 years, according to a new study. The unidentified man’s Y chromosomes — a hereditary factor determining male gender — has a history so old that it predates the age of the oldest known homo sapiens fossils, according to the report published in the American Journal of Human Genetics.

        The man’s chromosome carries a rare mutation, which researchers matched to a similar chromosome in the Mbo, a population living in a tiny area of western Cameroon in sub-Saharan Africa. “Our analysis indicates this lineage diverged from previously known Y chromosomes about 338,000 ago, a time when anatomically modern humans had not yet evolved,” Michael Hammer, associate professor at the Univ. of Arizona’s Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and a research scientist at the UA’s Arizona Research Labs, said via a press release. “This pushes back the time the last common Y chromosome ancestor lived by almost 70 percent.”

        The DNA study began after the South Carolina man submitted a small tissue sample to the National Geographic Genographic Project. Researchers were shocked after they noticed none of the genetic markers used to assign lineages to known Y chromosome groupings were found. The man’s DNA sample was sent to Family Tree DNA for sequencing. Fernando Mendez, a postdoctoral researcher in Hammer’s lab, led the effort to analyze the DNA sequence. It included more than 240,000 base pairs of the Y chromosome. Searches through a huge database led to the Mbo connection.

        The scientists were then able to estimate the emergence of the chromosome mutation based on rates of change, creating a sort of “family tree” for the chromosome. The discovery doesn’t necessarily mean that all humans descended from an ancestor living in western Cameroon. “It is a misconception that the genealogy of a single genetic region reflects population divergence,” Hammer explained. “Instead, our results suggest that there are pockets of genetically isolated communities that together preserve a great deal of human diversity.”

        Hammer added that still “It is likely that other divergent lineages will be found, whether in Africa or among African-Americans in the U.S. and that some of these may further increase the age of the Y chromosome tree. There has been a lot of hype with people trying to trace their Y chromosome to different tribes, but this individual from South Carolina can say he did it.” The study has even further implications. It strengthens the belief that there is no “mitochondrial Eve” or “Y chromosome Adam.” All of humankind, as a result, did not descend from exactly one pair of humans that lived at a certain point in human evolution.

        The original source of this groundbreaking study is found in “The American Journal of Human Genetics.” Nevertheless, the ‘ONLY’ blood type dating back this far is ‘O’ Blood type. As ‘A’ Blood didn’t develop until 20,000 years ago, ‘B’ Blood developed approximately 13,000 years ago and ‘AB’ Blood developed approximately 2,000 years ago. These genes are either positive or negative. The positive gene is dominant and always wins out. 

    • If you inherit one positive and one negative gene, you will be RhD-positive.
    • If you inherit two positive genes you will also be positive.

 

    • If both parents are RhD-negative, there’s no chance that any of their babies could be RhD-positive. This is because neither parent has a positive gene to pass on.

 

    • If both parents are RhD-positive but both carry one positive and one negative gene, the odds are that their baby will be rhesus-positive, too.

 

    • However, it’s also possible for those same parents to have a RhD-negative child if they both pass on their negative gene to their baby.

 

  • If one parent is RhD-negative and one parent is RhD-positive, their baby could be RhD-positive or negative.

        The ‘O’-+  Blood types were naturally hunters and gathers. They hunted in organized packs, making use of weapons and tools. They became efficient hunters without many natural predators. Their population went up and their main source of nutrition (fuel) was protein that came from meat. Later, however the competition between them and the scarcity of meat on those hunting grounds made them disperse far and wide, out of Africa towards Asia Minor (Europe) and Asia, soon occupying all lands even Antarctica. In recent report scientists have discovered at least (3) three pyramids in the Antarctica (future story). 

Type O: The Hunter
Meat eater
Robust and tough digestive tract
Highly active immune system
Best way to deal with stress is rigorous physical activity
Cannot adapt easily to drastic dietary and environmental changes
An efficient metabolism is essential to stay lean, healthy and energetic

The Ketosis Key
There were slight alterations in the hunter-gatherer’s physical demands, the general digestive activity and way of metabolism of the O blood type ancestors, due to a livet (diet) which was high in protein and fat, with a few carbohydrates. Which means that instead of carbohydrates being broken down to glucose, the body metabolizes fats and proteins to ketones, which are used instead of sugars, to keep glucose levels steady. Therefore, a complete vegan or fruitarian diet would not work for ‘O’ Blood types in the long run. They would become severally “Vitamin B 12” deficient. 

Anemia is a deficiency sign and may also have the following signs and symptoms:

    • A sore mouth or tongue
    • Weight loss
    • Pale or yellowish skin
    • Diarrhea (sporadic)
    • Menstrual problems
    • Higher susceptibility to infections.

 

If the deficiency continues untreated the patient may have the following neurological signs and symptoms:

  • Tingling or numbness of the fingers
  • Tingling or numbness of the toes
  • General muscle weakness
  • Difficulty walking properly (staggering)
  • Irritability
  • Confusion
  • Forgetfulness
  • Tender calves.

       Since your body doesn’t make vitamin B 12, you’ll need to get it from animal-based foods, superfood sea vegetables or from supplements, and it needs to be consumed on a regular basis.  Many vegans suffering from B12 deficiency, and it is safe to assume that many of them consumed significant amounts of organic foods. Strict vegetarians, heavy drinkers and smokers, pregnant and breast-feeding women, and the elderly usually require vitamin B12 supplements. Sometimes our body, mainly our digestive system, is not able to absorb this vitamin well. This can happen when a person has pernicious anemia, celiac disease, Crohn’s disease, bacteria growth in the small intestine, or a parasite. People suffering from these conditions may need vitamin B12 supplements as well.

Therefore, it is necessary for vegans to consume Vitamin B12 supplements or even better superfood sea vegetables, such as, chlorella, (the others here mentioned, such as, spirulina, kelp, bladderwrack, sea moss, and etc… helps greatly) daily. The brain desperately needs B 12 to stay healthy. Chlorella supplies your body with the only form of this vitamin your body can use. In fact, vegans and fruitarians take note, it is one of the few plant sources on the planet of this active form of B 12. Chlorella is a Super-Food. It is the richest chlorophyll plant on the planet. Chlorella’s B 12 is essential for heart health. Vitamin B 12 helps make your DNA and your red blood cells. It maintains healthy cholesterol levels and healthy blood pressure levels. 

The top 5 health benefits of vitamin B 12 are:

  • It is needed to convert carbohydrates into glucose in the body, thus leading to energy production and a decrease in fatigue and lethargy in the body.
  • It helps in healthy regulation of the nervous system, reducing depression, stress, and brain shrinkage.
  • It helps maintain a healthy digestive system. Vitamin B12 also protects against heart disease by curbing and improving unhealthy cholesterol levels, protecting against stroke, and high blood pressure.
  • It is essential for healthy skin, hair, and nails. It helps in cell reproduction and constant renewal of the skin.
  • Vitamin B 12 helps protect against cancers including breast, colon, lung, and prostate cancer.​


       Clinical studies and medical researches have showed that toxins, such as arsenic, mercury, lead, pesticides, insecticides, cadmium, uranium, P.C.B, radio actives materials etc. have been successfully detoxified from the human body; Chlorella cell walls binding to and absorbing these toxic substances and then escorting them safely out of the body. These toxins commonly found in nearly everything we ingest, touch and breathe create various diseases and disorders, including allergies, skin reactions, blood pressure, diabetes, fibromyalgia, and cancer etc. 

Spirulina contains a high amount of protein, vitamins, and minerals. It is about 60-70% protein, which is greater gram for gram than both red meat and soy. It also contains all of the essential amino acids, which makes it a complete protein; this is not very common in plant foods. It contains a large amount of Vitamin B12, which is very difficult to find in other plant foods. That is one reason why Spirulina is such a great choice for vegetarians. Spirulina is very rich in iron, which is the most common mineral deficiency. Spirulina also contains calcium, magnesium, and Vitamins A, B, C, D and E.

       Irish moss is a red seaweed. Irish moss is a nutritional super star. Carrageenan comes from Irish moss and is used as a thickening agent in many products. Irish moss contains vitamins A, C, D, E and K, vitamins B1 and B2 and is a source of B12. Irish moss contains many elements essential to the human body. Irish moss contains a high content of iodine, calcium, manganese, zinc, bromine, iron and protein and contains significant amounts of calcium and magnesium.

“If you’re on a vegetarian diet long enough, you could suffer from malnutrition.”

So, you may be sitting back, blinking and thinking to the thought of saturated fats that are unhealthy and that eating too much meat is bad for you. Meats that are injected and pumped up with hormones, GMO and other dangerous antibiotics to plump up, are certainly best to ‘AVOID’ most entirely. But organic meats aren’t so bad for the O blood type and are actually the fuel that your body needs. Think about the foods that require hunting! It would certainly not be a field of wheat or a glass of milk. So, O blood types won’t benefit much from drinking milk and eating bread, especially wheat products that has gluten. Their systems aren’t quite so entirely adapted to dairy and grains the way that other blood types are.

Losing Weight
The main reason why you may be piling on the pounds is not the meat you eat, but due to the amount of grains, beans and legumes you have in your diet. Wheat – whole wheat and wheat germ – has gluten, which puts a stress on your metabolism, acting against ketosis. This means that your calories are not utilized efficiently, stressing your digestive system out. The gluten lectins oppose the proper metabolism of insulin.

Another factor to consider is that the muscle tissue in O blood types is more acidic, hence you might as well avoid legumes, grains and beans that have lectins making your muscle tissues a bit unnaturally alkaline.

The regulation of the thyroid is another factor to consider for weight gain. Hypothyroidism is another reason why O blood types gain weight. Insufficient levels of iodine lead to hypothyroidism symptoms of which include muscle loss and fatigue and retention of fluids that is the cause of bloating and weight gain. People with blood type 0 are predisposed to some health issues like ulcers, thyroid gland dysfunction, low hormone level on the thyroid gland, and iodine deficiency. This causes a lot of unwanted effects like obesity, water retention, and even tumors. However, when they are under stress they may become angry, hyperactive and impulsive. Poor diet, lack of exercise, unhealthy habits or elevated stress levels, are making them more sensitive to adverse metabolic effects, including insulin resistance, low activity of the thyroid gland and obesity.

Foods Promoting Weight Gain
Interfering with insulin and slowing metabolism:

Wheat gluten
Sweet corn
Hindering the utilization of calories:
Kidney beans
Navy beans
Lentils

Hindering thyroid hormone:

Cabbage
Brussels sprouts
Cauliflower
Foods Promoting Weight Loss

Foods containing iodine to avoid hypothyroidism:

Kelp
Bladderwrack
Chlorella
Spirulina
Dandelion
Seafood (Fish)
Iodized salt (Pink and/or Black Himalayian

Salt)
Sources of vitamin B that are great for efficient metabolism:
Liver
Red meat (even better is Lamb)
Kale (may be difficult for other blood types, such as, B, AB)
Spinach
Broccoli (Dr. Sebi states that it is man-made over 1,000 years old?)

In the sections below, ‘highly beneficial’ means foods that are like medicine, ‘neutral’ means foods that your body can tolerate in moderation, and ‘avoid’ means foods that aren’t good for your body at all and may produce toxins or hinder your digestive or immune system in one way or another.

Meats
One thing to be kept in mind is that you cannot eat excessive meat, as your ancestors didn’t eat excessive amount either. You have (4) four canine teeth out of (32) thirty-two teeths, meaning 1/8 of your daily meals should consist of some meat or herbals. Best, according to Dr. D’Adamo, is to stick to 175 g/6 oz for one meal. The high acid content in O blood types makes it possible for them to digest meat rather easily. The more exercise you do, however, the more protein is required. Balance out the amount of protein you take with fresh fruits and vegetables to avoid over acidification in your body that can lead to a lot of irritation of the lining of your stomach and can result into gruesome ulcers. Make sure the proper alkaline water is 7.4 pH balance, as it matches the alkalinity of the blood/plasma. (12) Twelve glasses of 8 oz should be the daily intake.

The blood type diet provide only recommendations. If a person want to still practice the livetary (dietary) of being a vegan or fruitarian then we recommend avoiding the “poison food” which are wheat-based items (gluten products). Based on the blood type diet the O-+ blood type must have extra iodine, so sea vegetables are the top option. Instead of meat, beneficial meals can be aduki beans, black-eyed beans or
pinto beans 
(I don’t recommend soy daily,especially not as a male as it is high in estrogen). Fruits are totally allowed, as well as, vegetables. Onion, garlic and spinach are top healers for O-+ type diet. It is a matter of “adapting”

Highly Beneficial:

Beef
Buffalo
Lamb
Oxtail
Veal
Venison

Neutral:

Chicken
Duck
Partridge
Pheasant
Poussin
Quail
Turkey

Avoid:

Bacon
Goose
Ham
Pork

As O blood type is vulnerable to thin blood, which resists clotting, the vitamin K found in seafood is highly beneficial, as it promotes clotting of blood. Seafood is an excellent choice and source of iodine, which regulates thyroid function. Let us look at what seafood should be included in the diet for O blood type and what shouldn’t make its way on your table. Seafood should be consumed more often than other meats for the O blood type.

Highly Beneficial

Bluefish
Cod
Hake
Halibut
Mackerel
Red Snapper
Perch
Pike
Rainbow trout
Salmon
Sardine
Snapper
Striped bass
Sturgeon
Swordfish

Neutral

Abalone
Albacore
Carp
Crocker
Grouper
Haddock
Herring
Lemon sole
Mahi mahi
Monkfish
Red fish
Sailfish
Sea bass
Sea trout

Avoid

Barracuda
Catfish
Caviar
Conch
Pickled herring
Octopus

Dairy Products and Eggs
Although milk products aren’t beneficial at all to O negative blood types, if you’re of African origin, you may find yourself particularly lactose intolerant. Best is to avoid milk products but not necessarily eggs. You can have hemp milk and hemp cheese, which are good alternatives for proteins.

Neutral

Butter
Feta cheese
Goat milk cheese
Mozzarella cheese
Soy milk
Soy cheese

Avoid

Blue cheese
Brie
Buttermilk
Camembert
Cottage cheese
Crème fraiche
Edam cheese
Emmental cheese
Fromage frais
Goat milk
Gouda cheese
Gruyère cheese
Soft cheese
Ice-cream
Jarlsberg cheese
Skimmed milk
Muenster cheese
Parmesan cheese
Provolone cheese
Neufchâtel cheese
Ricotta cheese
Whey
Yogurt

Highly Beneficial

Linseed oil (flaxseed)
Olive oil

Neutral

Canola oil
Cod liver oil
Sesame oil

Avoid

Corn oil
Cottonseed oil
Groundnut oil
Sunflower oil

Nuts and Seeds
Nut butters are easier to digest for O negative blood types than eating them simply as nuts, as they have a tendency to cause digestive problems if not chewed well.

Highly Beneficial

Pumpkin seeds
Walnuts

Neutral

Almonds
Almond butter
Chestnuts
Hazelnuts
Hickory nuts
Pecans
Pine nuts
Sesame seeds
Sesame butter
Sunflower margarine
Sunflower seeds
Tahini

Avoid

Brazil nuts
Cashew nuts
Peanuts
Peanut butter
Pistachio nuts
Poppy seeds
Beans and Pulses

Eating beans in moderation works best for the O -+ blood type. Their muscle tissue is always slightly acidic and they burn fat faster when it is so. Beans, legumes and pulses make it a bit alkaline by depositing lectins that are less acidic. Highly beneficial beans mentioned below are good as they make your digestive tract stronger and keep a common problem of many O -+ blood types, which is acidity, at bay and promote healing of the digestive tract.

Highly Beneficial

Aduki beans
Black-eyed beans
Pinto beans

Neutral

Black beans
Broad beans
Cannellini beans
Chickpeas
Green beans
Lima beans
Green peas
Sugar snap beans and peas

Avoid

Kidney beans
Navy beans
Lentils – brown, green and red
Soy beans
Cereals

People having an O negative blood type are most susceptible to huge amounts of weight gain due to the gluten in whole wheat and whole wheat products and because of presence of lectins in them that get in the way of proper absorption of other nutrients. Thus, with the metabolic processes hindered and made sluggish, you tend to put on weight.

Neutral

Amaranth
Barley
Buckwheat
Cream of rice
Puffed millet
Oat bran
Oatmeal
Rice bran
Puffed rice
Spelt

Avoid

Cornflakes
Cornmeal
Cream of wheat
Familia
Farina
Granola
Grape nuts
Wheat bran
Wheat germ
Shredded wheat
Breads and Muffins

To begin with, breads aren’t the best choice when it comes to O-+ blood types as a lot of them contain wheat. If you’re having a daily sandwich for breakfast or toast, maybe it would be best to switch to something else, as it isn’t the most beneficial, taking into consideration the gluten content in it. The genetic make up isn’t quite designed to be able to metabolize grains well. However, you can always benefit from the sprouted wheat Essene bread, as the lectins present in it are quite destroyed by the sprouting process.

Highly Beneficial

Sprouted wheat Essene bread

Neutral

Brown rice bread
Gluten-free bread
Millet bread
Rice cakes
100% Rye bread
Rye crisps
Soy wheat flour
Spelt bread
Ryvita crispbreads
Finn crisps
Wasa bread

Avoid

Bagels
Corn muffins
Cornbread
Durum wheat bread
English muffins
Matzos
Multi-grain bread
Oat bran muffins
Polenta
Pumpernickel bread
Wheat bran muffins
Whole wheat bread
Grains and Pastas

No grains or pastas are highly beneficial to the blood type. Most pastas are made from semolina, so it’s best to check the package for ingredients before you buy it. Make sure to buy gluten-free pastas.

Neutral

Buckwheat flour
Barley flour
Kasha
Rye flour
Rice flour
Spelt flour
Quinoa
Rice vermicelli
Rice – basmati, brown and white
Soba (buckwheat) noodles
Tapioca
Wild rice

Avoid

Couscous
Durum wheat flour
Gluten flour
Graham flour
Oat flour
Plain flour
Self-raising flour
Semolina pasta
Sprouted wheat flour
Whole wheat flour

Veggies, Sprouts, Soy and Fresh Herbs
It is important to consider vitamin K when you’re wanting to buy vegetables, as vitamin K helps clot blood. There are certain veggies that may trigger allergic reactions in your body, whilst some that get in the way of efficient thyroid function. However, all fresh herbs are beneficial for the O -+ blood type.

Highly Beneficial

Beetroot leaves
Broccoli
Collard greens
Dandelion greens
Endive
Escarole
Garlic
Globe artichokes
Horseradish
Kale
Kohlrabi
Leeks
Okra
Onions – red, Spanish and yellow
Parsley
Red capsicum
Pumpkin
Seaweeds
Spinach
Sweet potatoes
Swiss chard
Tapioca
Turnips

Neutral

Asparagus
Bamboo shoots
Beetroots
Broad beans
Capsicum – green and yellow
Carrots
Celery
Chervil
Chicory
Coriander
Courgettes
Cucumber
Daikons
Dill
Fennel
Ginger
Green olives
Jalapeño
Jicama beans
Lettuce – buttherhead, cos, iceberg, Webb
Mangetouts
Mesclun salad mixture
Moong bean sprouts
Mushrooms – abalone, chanterelles, enoki, porcini, Portobello, tree oyster
Radicchio
Radish sprouts
Radishes
Rapini
Rocket
Shallots
Spring onions
Squash – all kinds
Swedes
Tempe
Tofu
Tomatoes
Water chestnuts
Watercress
Yams

Avoid

Alfalfa sprouts
Avocado
Aubergine
Cabbage – Chinese, red, and white
Mushrooms – cultivated, shiitake
Mustard greens
Olives – black, Greek, and Spanish
Potatoes – red, and white
Sweet corn

Fruits
Fruits most beneficial to the O -+ blood type are ones that will keep their acidic digestive tract alkaline.

Highly Beneficial

Figs – fresh, dried
Plums – green, purple, and red
Prunes

Neutral

Apples
Apricots
Bananas
Black currants
Blueberries
Boysenberries
Cherries
Cranberries
Currants
Red dates
Elderberries
Gooseberries
Grapefruit
Grapes – green, purple, red
Guava
Kiwi
Kumquats
Lemons
Limes
Loganberries
Lychees
Mangoes
Melons – canang, casaba, Crenshaw, Christmas, musk, Spanish
Nectarines
Papayas
Peaches
Pears
Persimmons
Pineapples
Pomegranates
Prickly pears
Raisins
Raspberries
Star fruit
Watermelons

Avoid

Blackberries
Coconuts
Melon – cantaloupe, honeydew
Oranges
Plantains
Rhubarb
Strawberries
Tangerines
Juices

Vegetable juices are preferred over fruit juices in the diet for O -+ blood type due to their alkalinity. Avoid drinking juices high in sugars. Pineapple juice is great for preventing bloating and acidity.

Highly Beneficial

Black cherry juice
Pineapple juice
Prune juice

Neutral

Apricot juice
Carrot juice
Celery juice
Cucumber juice
Cranberry juice
Grape juice
Grapefruit juice
Papaya juice
Tomato water (with lemon)
Vegetable juices of vegetables that are highly beneficial (mentioned earlier)

Avoid

Apple cider
Apple juice
Cabbage juice
Orange juice

Spices, Dry Herbs and Flavorings
These can improve your digestive, as well as, immune system, if eaten rightly.

Highly Beneficial

Carob
Cayenne pepper
Seaweeds – dulse, kelp
Turmeric

Neutral

Agar
Allspice
Almond essence
Anise
Arrowroot
Barley malt
Basil
Bay leaf
Bergamot
Brown rice syrup
Capers
Caraway
Cardamom
Chervil
Chive
Chocolate
Cloves
Coriander
Cream of tartar
Cumin
Dill
Garlic
Honey
Horseradish
Maple syrup
Marjoram
Mint
Miso
Molasses
Mustard – dry
Paprika
Pepper – peppercorns, red pepper flakes
Peppermint
Pimento
Rapadura
Rice syrup
Rosemary
Saffron
Sage
Salt
Savory
Soy sauce
Spearmint
Sugar – brown, white
Tamari
Tamarind
Tarragon
Thyme

Avoid

Cinnamon
Cornflour
Nutmeg
Pepper – ground black and white
Vanilla – essence, pod
Vinegars – balsamic, cider, distilled, white, herb, malt, red and white wine
Condiments

Whilst there aren’t any highly beneficial condiments for the O -+ blood type diet plan, you can use the ones that are neutral for you in moderation, making sure they’re low-fat and low-sugar. Best is to use olive oil, lemon juice and garlic.

Neutral

Jam (from the fruits that are beneficial as mentioned earlier)
Jelly (from acceptable fruits)
Mustards
Salad dressing (low-fat and from beneficial and neutral ingredients)
Worcestershire sauce

Avoid

Ketchup
Mayonnaise
Pickles – Branston, dill, kosher, sweet, sour
Relish

Herbal Teas
Herbal teas are very healing and promote strengthening of the digestive and immune system when had rightly.

Highly Beneficial

Cayenne
Chickweed
Dandelion
Fenugreek
Ginger
Hops
Linden
Lime leaf
Parsley
Peppermint
Rose hip
Sarsaparilla

Neutral

Catnip
Chamomile
Chinese angelica
Elderflower
Ginseng
Green tea
Hawthorn
Horehound
Licorice root
Mullein
Raspberry leaf
Sage
Skullcap
Spearmint
Thyme
Valerian
Vervain
Yarrow

Avoid

Alfalfa
Aloe
Burdock root
Coltsfoot
Cornsilk
Echinacea
Gentian
Golden seal
Red clover
Rhubarb
Senna
Shepherd’s purse
St. John’s wort
Strawberry leaf
Yellow dock

Other Beverages
A bit of wine and lager is allowed in moderation for O -+ blood types. If you’re habituated to drinking coffee, it’s best to cut down slowly as this is bound to make your stomach quite acidic.

Highly Beneficial

Ginger Beer
Soda water
Seltzer water

Neutral

Lager
Wine – red, rose, white

Avoid

Coffee – decaffeinated, regular
Distilled spirits
Soda – cola, diet, others
Tea – black, decaffeinated, regular

Bringing the acceptable ingredients together, you can always come up with your own diet plan. There are some elaborately explained recipes along with the kinds of livetary (dietary) supplements that O blood types require. Dr. D’Adamo’s book also mentions about all other blood types and a more in-depth insight. By the end of it, it is up to you to know what foods work best for you and which don’t. As Voltaire has rightly said – “Nothing would be more tiresome than eating and drinking if God had not made them a pleasure as well as a necessity.”

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