Want to know how you can stay healthy and perform better in academics? Follow this food guide to eat according to your blood type; stay healthier and score high in exams.

Students! Eat according to your blood type to stay healthy.

You must be thrilled to be a part of the action on college campus!Isn’t it?

Not exactly? You get exhausted?

But you always eat healthy, survive on nutritious snacks between lectures and hit the college gym whenever you get time. Then why do you think you are you still plagued with midday lethargy, digestion disorder or other health challenges?

A Food Guide Based on Blood Type for Students-classiblogger

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It’s time you try out something else – may be following a diet based on your blood type. Sounds doltish? Many people used to think the same until neuropathy Peter J. D’Adamowrote a whole book on this theory – Eat Right 4 Your Type. It’s been a huge hit with Hollywood celebs like Liz Hurley, Courtney Cox, Cheryl Cole, Sir Cliff Richard and many others who have witnessed remarkable results. If you too want to digest food more effectively, feel energetic all the time and keep health issues at bay, here’s what DrD’Adamo recommends!

Dr. D’Adamo’s claim is that each blood type has its unique antigen marker (a substance that our body identifies as being alien). And this marker reacts badly with certain food items, landing the person with various kinds of diseases.

Blood Type O

Generally, people (including students) with O type, are known for their leadership qualities and energetic nature because type Os are successors of hunter-gatherers, who lived during 50,000 B.C. Their staple food was animal protein as they had to endure a strenuous lifestyle. Hence, Os should always follow a high-protein and low-carbohydrate diet. Here is what should be and should not be on your plate if you have blood type O:

Meat and Poultry

Beneficial

Avoidable

Beef

Pork

Lamb

Ham

Mutton

Bacon

Veal

Goose

Cod

Sole

Mackeral

Catfish

Snapper

Octopus

Sardines

Smoked salmon

Swordfish

 

Red Snapper

 

Salmon

 

Dairy Products and Eggs

Beneficial

Avoidable

Mozzarella Cheese

 

Milk-semi, skimmed, skimmed

 

Goat’s milk

 

Cottage cheese

 

Yogurt

Oils and Fats

Beneficial

Avoidable

Olive oil

Corn oil

 

Groundnut oil

 

Sun flower oil

Nuts and Seeds

Beneficial

Avoidable

Pumpkin seeds

Cashew nuts

Walnuts

Peanuts

 

Peanut butter

 

Brazil nuts

Beans

Beneficial

Avoidable

Black-eyed beans

Kidney beans

 

Soya beans

Bread

Beneficial

Avoidable

Sprouted-wheat essence bread

Multigrain bread

 

Corn Muffins

Vegetables and Sprouts

Beneficial

Avoidable

Broccoli

Avocado

Garlic

Cabbage

Leeks

Cauliflower

Okra

Potatoes

Onions

Mushrooms

Persley

Sweetcorn

Peppers

 

Pumpkin

 

Spinach

 

Sweet Potatoes

 

Fruits

Beneficial

Avoidable

Plums

Melons – Honeydew, Cantaloupe

Figs

Oranges

Prunes

Strawberries

Plums

Coconuts

Blood Type A

When hunter-gatherer ‘O’s started decreasing in number, our ancestors began taking semi-vegan approach through farming and harvesting. This is why this blood type has digestive enzymes and bacteria that digest grains and plants easily unlike other blood types which face difficulties in breaking them down.

This is one of the reasons why students with ‘A’ blood type should follow the vegetarian diet while avoiding dairy products. As they trace their origin to farming communities, students and adults belonging to this blood group are generally hardworking, responsible and calm. Here’s what they should eat and what they must avoid eating:

Meat and Poultry

Beneficial

Avoidable

Cod

Lamb

Salmon

Beef

Mackerel

Veal

Red snapper

Mutton

Sardines

Pork

Grouper

Duck

Carp

Quail

Sea trout

Ham

 

Rabbit

 

Goose

 

Clams

 

Crab

 

Crayfish

 

Eels

 

Haddock

 

Lobster

 

Mussels

 

Scallops

 

Sole

 

Squid

 

Catfish

 

Octopus

Dairy Products and Eggs

Beneficial

Avoidable

Soya Milk

Milk-whole

 

Milk-semi skimmed and skimmed

 

Butter

 

Cottage cheese

 

Cheddar cheese

 

Ice Cream

Oils and Fats

Beneficial

Avoidable

Olive oil

Sesame oil

 

Corn oil

 

Groundnut oil

 

Safflower oil

Nuts and Seeds

Beneficial

Avoidable

Peanuts

Cashew nuts

Peanut butter

Brazil nuts

Pumpkin seeds

 

Beans

Beneficial

Avoidable

Black-eyed beans

Chickpeas

Black beans

Kidney beans

Red soya beans

 

Cereals

Beneficial

Avoidable

Buckwheat

Wheat bran

 

Wheatgerm

Bread and Muffins

Beneficial

Avoidable

Sprouted-wheat essence bread

Multigrain bread

 

Whole wheat bread

Grains

Beneficial

Avoidable

Rice flour

Plain flour

Oat Flour

Self-rising

 

Whole wheat flour

Vegetables and Sprouts

Beneficial

Avoidable

Broccoli

Yams

Onions

Tomatoes

Okra

Mushrooms (cultivated)

Parsley

Chili Peppers

Garlic

Mushrooms

Pumpkin

Sweet potatoes

Tofu

Potatoes

Ginger

Peppers

Spinach

Cabbage

Fruits

Beneficial

Avoidable

Pineapple

Bananas

Apricots

Mangoes

Plums

Melons

Cherries

Papaya

Grapefruit

Oranges

Figs

Coconuts

Lemons

 

Prunes

 

Blood Type B

Type B possesses characteristic traits like being individualistic, relaxed and unconventional maybe due to the behavior of our ancestors. In 10,000 B.C, our progenitors left their farms and started traveling the world. They moved from one place to another like hippies.

This is the reason why ‘B’s get away with eating anything. However, students with blood group B must avoid processed food. And it is recommended that ‘B’s keep small amount of carbohydrate-rich foods in their diet. Here’s a detailed view:

Meats and Poultry

Beneficial

Avoidable

Lamb

Chicken

Rabbit

Ham

Cod

Duck

Mutton

Goose

Mackerel

Bacon

Grouper

Anchovy

Sardines

Quail

Haddock

Duck

Sea trout

Pork

 

Clams

 

Eels

 

Lobster

 

Oysters

 

Frog’s legs

 

Octopus

 

Prawns

 

Oysters

Dairy Products and Eggs

Beneficial

Avoidable

Eggs

Ice Cream

Milk-skimmed, semi-skimmed

 

Goat’s milk

 

Cottage cheese

 

Mozzarella Chese

 

Yogurt

 

Oils and Fats

Beneficial

Avoidable

Olive Oil

Sesame oil

 

Corn oil

 

Groundnut oil

 

Safflower oil

 

Sunflower oil

Nuts and Seeds

Beneficial

Avoidable

Almonds

Hazelnuts

Chestnuts

Sesame seeds

Macadamia nuts 

Sunflower seeds

Brazil nuts

Cashew nuts

Walnuts

Peanuts

 

Peanut butter

Beans

Beneficial

Avoidable

Kidney Beans

Black eyed beans

 

Black beans

 

Chickpeas

Cereals

Beneficial

Avoidable

Oat bran

Buckwheat

Oatmeal

Wheat Bran

Rice bran

Cornflakes

Rice puffed

Barley

 

Wheat germ

Bread and Muffins

Beneficial

Avoidable

Sprout-wheat essence bread

Whole wheat bread

Brown rice bread

Multigrain bread

 

Corn Muffins

Grains and Pasta

Beneficial

Avoidable

Rice flour

Barley flour

Oat flour

Tapioca four

 

Wholewheat flour

Vegetables and Sprouts

Beneficial

Avoidable

Broccoli

Avocado

Cabbage

Tofu

Cauliflower

Pumpkin

Parsley

Tomatoes

Peppers

Sweetcorn

Sweet Potatoes

Mung bean sprouts

Yams

 

Beat roots

 

Carrots

 

Fruits

Beneficial

Avoidable

Bananas

Persimmons

Grapes

Star fruits

Cranberries

Coconuts

Papaya

 

Pineapple

 

Plums

 

Blood Type AB

AB is the newest addition to blood groups which evolved only 1000 years ago. It is also the rarest group which is 5% of the whole population. Students, belonging to this blood type, should eat a combination of foods recommended by both ‘A’s and ‘B’s. But it is someway confusing because blood type B allows eating a varied type of foods whereas ‘A’s should follow a semi-vegetarian diet. This might be the reason why ‘AB’ blood type people are hard to read.

Other prominent traits they carry are trustworthy and volatile. But one thing the ‘AB’ blood types should keep in mind while planning their diet is they have type B’s adaption to meats and A’s low stomach acids which often allows the body to store the meat as fat. Hence for ‘AB’ students, the staple food should be veggies, seafood, and turkey with a small amount of red meat.

Meat and Poultry

Beneficial

Avoidable

Turkey

Beef

Lamb

Pork

Rabbit

Veal

Cod

Chicken

Mackerel

Quail

Tuna

Ham

Sadines

Bacon

Grouper

Goose

Red Snapper

Crab

Sea trout

Anchovy

 

Clams

 

Eels

 

Lobsters

 

Seabass

 

Oysters

Dairy Products and Eggs

Beneficial

Avoidable

Eggs

Butter

Goat’s Milk

Ice cream

Cottage cheese

 

Mozzarella cheese 

 

Oils and Fats

Beneficial

Avoidable

Olive oil

Sesame oil

 

Corn oil

 

Safflower oil

 

Sunflower oil

Nuts and Seeds

Beneficial

Avoidable

Chestnuts

Hazelnuts

Peanuts

Sesame seeds

Peanut butter

Sunflower seeds

Walnuts

Pumpkin seeds

Beans

Beneficial

Avoidable

Soya beans

Black eyed beans

Red soya beans

Black beans

 

Kidney beans

Cereals

Beneficial

Avoidable

Oat bran

Cornflakes

Oatmeal

Buckwheat

Rice bran

Wheat germ

Rice puffed

 

Bread and Muffins

Beneficial

Avoidable

Sprouted wheat essence bread

Corn muffins

Grains and Pasta

Beneficial

Avoidable

Rice flour

Barley Flour

Brown rice

Tapioca flour

Oat flour

 

Vegetables and Sprouts

Beneficial

Avoidable

Broccoli

Avocado

Cauliflower

Chili peppers

Celery

Peppers

Garlic

Sweetcorn

Sweet potatoes

Mung bean sprouts

Cucumber

 

Beat roots

 

Yams

 

Fruits

Beneficial

Avoidable

Cranberries

Guava

Grapes

Bananas

Cherries

Mangoes

Figs

Coconuts

Plums

Persimmons

 

Starfruit

Note:

Foods categorized in ‘Beneficial’ section are recommended to keep your body healthy and fit and help you fight all diseases. On the other hand, foods listed under the ‘Avoidable’ column should be shunned from the diet. The food items not mentioned in any of the columns are neutral on the body. They neither bring much health benefits nor act as health adversaries.

So that was it! Your diet is now chalked out according to your blood type. We know it will take times to assemble your diet if you want to follow Dr. D’Adamo’sadvice. But there is hardly any element of doubt that it will give students like you a positive result in the long run as much as it will benefit the adults.

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