Eat Right 4 Your Type B - Foods & recipes (Book Review)

Some time ago, a friend decided to eat according to her blood type (B) to see whether it would make a positive change. Ironically however, she might have received the answer by accident. You see, she wanted to switch to her blood type foods as quickly as possible. However, not being one to waste food, she ended up eating almost only the other foods not suited to her blood type as a means of getting rid of them. She wanted to make a clean start after her endless food supplies were done. We soon recognized her oversight when she became so unusually out of sorts after the 5th day. That realization made us more inclined to believe that there is truth in Dr D'Adamo's claims regarding eating foods that he has listed as being most suitable for your blood type.

We are currently using De D'Adamo's list to create unique recipes for her. Below is one that we created. It works well as she has no problem digesting it. It took a little time to get right at first but it produces pink pancakes that are fluffy and delicious. If you have any recipes, preferably vegan and gluten free, please share the link




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The following is based on Dr. Peter J. D’Adamo's book 'Eat Right 4 Your Type'. The information is divided into 3 color coded lists of foods that are 1) highly beneficial, 2) neutral and 3) to be avoided.

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BLOOD TYPE B PEOPLE ARE ENCOURAGED TO EAT THESE FOODS. THESE FOODS ARE CONSIDERED HIGHLY BENEFICIAL FOR THIS BLOOD TYPE.
Beans & Legunes
  • kidney beans, lima beans, navy beans
Cereal
  • oatmeal, rice flour
Fruit
  • bananas, cranberries , grapes , papaya, pineapple, plums
Greens & Vegetables
  • beet, broccoli, brussels sprouts, carrots, cauliflower, Chinese cabbage, eggplant, kale, mustard cabbage leaves, peppers (green, red, yellow), red cabbage, sweet potatoes (yams), white cabbage, yam
Herbs & Spices
  • cayenne pepper, curry, ginger, parsley
Meat 
  • Mutton
    • rabbit, lamb, venison
  • Fish
    • cod, mackerel, sardine
Nuts
  • none

Oil
  • olive oil
Seeds
  • none

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BLOOD TYPE B PEOPLE CAN SAFELY EAT THE FOLLOWING FOODS. HOWEVER, THESE FOODS ARE NOT AS HIGHLY BENEFICIAL AS THE PREVIOUS CATEGORY. THEY ARE CALLED 'NEUTRAL'
Beans & Legunes
  • soybeans
Condiments
  • sage, salt, sugar (white and brown), tamarind, tarragon, thyme, turmeric, vanilla

Cereal
  • basmati rice, brown rice, quinoa, white rice 
Fruit
  • apple, slack currants, cantaloupe, cherries, dates, dried fig, gooseberry, grapefruits, guava, lemon, lime, mango, nectarine, orange, peach, plantains, prunes, raisin, watermelon
Greens & Vegetables
  • arugula, cucumber, dandelion, fennel, lettuce, okra, onions, pak-choi (Chinese cabbage leaves), mixed pickles [pickles], potato, relish [vegetables in vinegar], seaweed, shallots, spinach, onion chives, squash, watercress, zucchini
Herbs & Spices
  • anise, basil, bay leaf, capers [in vinegar], cardamom, carob, chives, cloves, coriander, cumin, dill, garlic, honey, molasses, mint, miso, mustard, mustard powder, nutmeg, oregano, paprika, peppercorns, peppermint, rosemary, saffron
Meat: 
  • White meat
    • turkey
  • Fish
    • herring, salmon, shark
Nuts
  • almonds

Oil
  • cod liver oil, flaxseed




BLOOD TYPE B PEOPLE ARE ADVISED TO AVOID THE FOLLOWING FOODS. THESE FOODS SHOULD BE AVOIDED AND ARE BELIEVED TO HAVE THE EFFECT OF MILD POISON TO BLOOD TYPE B.
Beans and Legumes
  • lentils, green lentils, chickpeas, pinto beans, red lentils, black beans
Cereal
  • Barley, couscous, whole wheat flour
Fruits
  • coconut, pomegranate, prickly pear, carambola
Grains
  • corn
Greens & Vegetables
  • avocado pear, tomato
Herbs & Spinces
  • Cinnamon, pepper (black and white), cassava
Meat: 
  • Poultry
    • chicken duck, goose
  • Fish
    • shell fish (lobster, shrimp, etc), smoked salmon, ...
  • Other
    • crab, snails
Nuts
  • Cashew, peanut, 
Oil
  • corn oil, peanut oil, sunflower seed oil
Seeds
  • garbanzo, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds
-- -- Eat Right 4 Your Blood Type B

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