Eating According to Your Blood Type

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In his bestselling book, Eat Right for Your Type, Dr. Peter J. D Adamo discusses the importance of eating according to your blood type. Dr. DAdamo claims and proves that if you ate foods that are compatible with your blood type, you would experience allergy resistance and enjoy an overall good health.

Dr. DAdamos claims have been questioned by many detractors for its lack of scientific evidences, although many have claimed to have improved health when they followed Dr. DAdamos diet plan. I have found this study to be very interesting because personally, I am suffering from allergies which I really want to get rid of.  My doctor says that there is no way that I can ever get rid of this, but at least I am hoping that I could develop some resistance to it.  Anyways, here are some of Dr. DAdamos  diet recommendations for you, according to your blood type.

 

Foods for Type O:  Low in carbohydrate, dairy products, high in protein

Choose:  Lean beef, chicken, fish, turkey, vegetables, and fruit. Limit: dairy, grains, legumes, and beans. Some specific foods to avoid: avocado, brazil nuts, oranges, cauliflower, mustard greens, cabbage, brussels sprouts, pork, goose, poppy seeds, eggplant, corn, melons, coconut, coffee, beer, black tea, ketchup, vinegar, milk, yogurt. Type O people should also engage in a lot of exercise.

 

Blood Type A: People who have Type A blood should eat plenty of fish and vegetables and limit on dairy intake. Choose:fish, vegetables, beans, whole grains, most fruits. Limit: chicken, turkey, and dairy. Some specific foods to avoid: beef, pork, shellfish, aged cheeses, cashews, pistachios, kidney and lima beans, wheat bran, potatoes, olives, yams, cabbage, mushrooms, tomatoes, melons, bananas, oranges, mayo, beer, black tea.

 

Blood Type B:  These people should have plenty of meat intake, dairy, fish, and plenty of fruits and vegetables.

Choose:lamb, venison, rabbit, fish, most dairy, rice, oatmeal, green leafy vegetables, most fruits. Limit: beef, turkey Some specific foods to avoid: chicken, other poultry, pork, shellfish, American cheese, blue cheese, sesame, lentils, chic peas, black beans, wheat, corn, tomatoes, avocado, pumpkin, olives, coconut, pomegranates, pepper, ketchup, distilled liquor.

 

Blood Type AB:  Blood Type AB people can combine both A and B diets.

Choose:Lamb, mutton, turkey, fish, eggs, yogurt, non-fat milk, soft cheeses, most nuts and beans, most grains, most fruits and vegetables. Limit: No grey area with type AB Some specific foods to avoid: beef, pork, poultry, venison, shellfish, aged cheeses, sesame, kidney, black, and lima beans, sunflower seeds,  buckwheat, corn, avocado, bell peppers, black olives, tropical fruits, oranges, pepper, black tea, distilled liquor.

Shakeys @ NAIA

During our latest trip to the Philippines, we wanted to go to Jollibee the moment we set foot on the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3.  But we were so disappointed that the place was so packed we could not find seats.  We ate at Shakeys instead.

Ok, pizza craving satisfied!  We ordered Shakeys Special, with one pitcher of iced tea.  We paid around 18 USD I personally think its a bit expensive.  But everyone loved it, so the cost did not matter that much.

For more information about Shakeys, visit www.shakeyspizza.ph.

Jollibee, at last!

We were in our home city for more than two weeks and we have never gone to Jollibee there.  I really find that weird, because it would have been the first places to go to when we are in the Philippines.  We have gone a couple of times to Chowking, though.  Maybe our taste buds have shifted to something Thai or at least Chinese. :)

But of course, what kind of trip to the Philippines would it be without a Jollibee experience?  So we did go to Jollibee before our flight to Bangkok at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3! Yay!

and  someone is happy.  No, VERY happy.

As for me, you cant see my smile, but I was so  happy with this:

Until then, Jollibee.  Seriously, you should come to Bangkok!