The concept of blood type diet developed by Dr. Peter J. D’Adamo, in a book Eat Right for your Blood Type, is an interesting concept based on the notion that people of different blood types do better on certain diets. Though it sounds intriguing, the concept has little scientific peer-reviewed studies to back it up. It is to your judgement whether to follow this diet or not. You can read more on his website:


Here’s how Dr. Peter J. D’Adamo breaks down the dietary specifics for each blood type:


  • Is intolerant to dietary and environmental adaptations
  • Lean meats, poultry, fish
  • Restrict grains, legumes
  • Responds best to stress with vigorous exercise
  • Requires an efficient metabolism to stay lean and energetic



  • Has a sensitive digestive tract
  • Vegetarian diet
  • Tolerant immune system
  • Adapts well to settled dietary and environmental conditions
  • Responds best to stress with calming actions and gentle exercise
  • Requires agrarian (based on agriculture) diet to stay lean and productive



  • Has a tolerant digestive system
  • Can tolerate the most flexible dietary choices
  • Low-fat dairy, meat, produce
  • Avoid wheat, corn, lentils
  • Responds best to stress with creativity
  • Moderate exercise
  • Requires a balance between physical and mental activity to stay lean and sharp



  • Has a sensitive digestive tract
  • Avoid chicken, beef, pork
  • Should eat seafood, tofu, dairy, most produce
  • Responds best to stress spiritually, with physical verve and creative energy
  • AB is an evolutionary mystery


Disclaimer: The content is purely informative and educational in nature and should not be construed as medical advice. Please use the content only in consultation with an appropriate certified medical or healthcare professional.

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Cardiovascular Check List By Blood type

All blood types should regularly eat oily cold-water fish, fruits and vegetables and replace coffee with green tea. B and O types should have moderate amounts of lean, organic meat and limit dairy, wheat and beans. B types should avoid chicken, corn, buckwheat, peanuts, lentils, and potatoes.

Blood Type Diet And Exercises For Healthy Joints

Minimize joint inflammation to enable free movement of bones. Keep off foods containing harmful lectins (specific to blood types): wheat, corn, and white potatoes for type O; red meat, cow’s milk, and kidney beans for type A; chicken, peanuts, and buckwheat for type B; chicken, bell peppers, sesame oils and seeds for type AB.


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