Down below is a significantly useful food division which consists of three categories:
- Highly beneficial foods – foods that can be used as medicine
- Allowed foods – foods which don’t harm your blood type
- Disallowed foods – foods which can be poisonous
Following a diet specifically constructed for your blood type will significantly boost your overall health and prevent cardiovascular diseases in the long run. However, down below is a list of foods which can be consumed by all blood types and each of them can provide incredible health benefits:
Avocados are loaded with healthy monounsaturated fats which prevent inflammation. They are also rich in essential nutrients which help regulate blood pressure and cleanse the arteries. Therefore, it is highly recommended that you consume avocados on daily basis, whether it is in salads or raw.
Turmeric is without a doubt, one of the healthiest spices. It is recognizable for its mild flavor as well as its active ingredient – curcumin, which has potent anti-inflammatory properties and helps alleviate pain, indigestion, digestive issues and bloating.
- Coconut oil
If you have been following us for quite some time now, you know of all the benefits that coconut oil can provide your body with. For starters, it is a heat stable fat which contains medium chain fatty acids including lauric acid, which is easily digestible and can be used as a source of energy by the liver. Other than that, it has potent antimicrobial properties and promotes a healthy balance of good microbes in the digestive tract.
- Dark chocolate
Dark chocolate is beneficial for the overall health as it has 80% cocoa content. It is low in sugar, but it still helps prevent food cravings, and it is loaded with antioxidants polyphenols which neutralize free radicals in the body and boost the good HDL cholesterol levels.
- Fish oil
Fish oil is rich in omega-3 fatty acids which help alleviate pain from conditions such as menstrual cramps, arthritis as well as fibromyalgia, while relieving atherosclerosis and reducing blood clots in the arteries.