Did you know that your blood type is a genetic marker which can determine your susceptibility to various health conditions including viral and bacterial infections, blood clotting disorders and others?
Its been long known since the early 1900s that we are different based on blood type. Famous researcher Dr Karl Landsteiner’s discovery answered the question as to why one person would live after a blood transfusion due to illness, while another died when the same blood was given. The science of blood type was born.
The blood type diet, also known as the Eat Right 4 Your Type diet, is a nutritional plan that suggests people should eat according to their blood type for optimal health. The diet is based on the theory that certain blood types evolved to digest and metabolize certain foods better than others.
According to this theory, individuals with blood type O are best suited to a high-protein, low-carbohydrate diet, while those with blood type A should consume a primarily plant-based diet. Blood type B individuals are thought to benefit from a more balanced diet that includes meat, dairy, and produce, while those with blood type AB are advised to eat a combination of the diets recommended for blood types A and B.
One aspect of the blood type diet that has gained attention in recent years is its potential impact on gut health. The gut microbiome is the collection of microorganisms that live in the digestive tract and play a critical role in digestion, immune function, and overall health.
Studies have shown that the composition of the gut microbiome can vary depending on factors such as diet, age, and genetics. Certain foods can promote the growth of beneficial gut bacteria, while others can disrupt the balance of the microbiome and lead to inflammation and other health issues.
Proponents of the blood type diet suggest that eating according to your blood type can support a healthy gut microbiome. For example, individuals with blood type A are advised to avoid meat and dairy products, which can be difficult to digest and may disrupt the balance of the microbiome. Instead, they are encouraged to consume a primarily plant-based diet, which has been shown to promote the growth of beneficial gut bacteria.
Today blood type science is a settled science, and it has confirmed that the gene responsible for this variation in our physiology is due to the gene 9Q34 (or the blood type gene). This gene is responsible for the up-regulation or down-regulation of a particular function in our bodies, for example Blood type 0 have an upregulation of stomach acid making it easy to break down animal protein, while A blood type have a down regulation of the same function making them better on a lower protein diet from less animal products.
I have put at least 10,000 individuals on their blood type diets. Occasionally we may have had to tweak they diets a little to account for their epi-genetic variations. At least 85% of this population expressed satisfaction on these diet plans. If you struggle with constipation, diarrhoea, acid reflux, heartburn, GERD, indigestion, gas, or bloating, Call us and get support now. Don’t suffer alone in silence.
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