• Your blood type—- O, A, B, or AB—— is a powerful genetic fingerprint that identifies you as surely as your DNA.
  • When you use the individualized characteristics of your blood type as a guidepost for eating and living, you will be healthier, you will naturally reach your ideal weight, and you will slow the process of ageing.
  • Your blood type is a more reliable measure of your identity than race, culture, or geography. It is a genetic blue-print for who you are, and a guide to how you can live most healthfully.
  • The key to the significant of blood type can be found in the story of human evolution; Type O is the oldest; Type A evolved with agrarian society; Type B emerged as humans migrated north into colder, hasher territories; and Type AB was a thoroughly modern adaptation, a result of the intermingling of disparate groups. This evolutionary story relates directly to the dietary needs of each blood type today.

Sturdy shows that patients who were Type A seemed to do poorly on high protein diets that includes generous portions of meat, but did very well on vegetables proteins such as soy and tofu.

Dairy products tended to produce copious amounts of mucous discharge in the sinuses and respiratory passages of Type As. When told to increase their levels of physical activity and exercise, Type As usually felt fatigued and unwell; when they perform lighter forms of exercise, such as Yoga, they felt alert and energized.

On the other hand, Type O patients thrived on high protein diets, and they felt invigorated by intense physical activities, such as jogging and aerobics. Each blood Type followed a distinct path to wellness which is inspired by the saying “One Man Food Is another Man’s Poison,”

Finally Note that mostly Blood Type A live basically on vegetarian diet consisting of foods such as Tofu, Steamed Vegetables, and Salads.

(Credit: http://faculty.fortlewis.edu/BYRD_S/Nutrition/Blood%20Type%20Diet%20final.ppt)