Diet for Blood Group AB

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Written by Divya Sanglikar | Article Reviewed by Dietitian julia samuel, M.Phil on Jun 30, 2018
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Diet for Blood Group AB

Blood type AB acts at times like blood type A and at other times like blood type B. People with blood group AB have muscle tissues that are slightly alkaline. They have low stomach acid levels. They cannot digest meat and chicken properly. Tofu, pulses and oil seeds are beneficial for blood group AB people. Their immune system is weak and needs proper nutrition to fight against infection.

Following are the food recommendations for people with blood group AB:

  • Include foods in daily diet:
  • lamb / mutton / tuna
  • Yoghurt / egg / cheese / ricotta / goat cheese
  • Olive / peanut / walnut
  • All beans and lentils
  • Millet / oats / rice / wheat / bread / noodles
  • Pineapple / grapefruit / lemon / kiwi
  • Kelp / meso / curry / garlic / parsley
  • Licorice / red wine / green tea / decaffeinated coffee
  • Avoid foods in daily diet:
  • Buckwheat, Corn
  • Chicken, American cheese, blue cheese, brie, buttermilk, ice cream,
  • Artichoke, corn, lima beans, black olives, all kind of bell peppers, radish
  • Mango, avocado, guava, coconuts, bananas, oranges
  • Corn, cottonseed, safflower, sesame, sunflower, poppy seeds, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds,
  • Almond extract, anise, barley malt, capers, cornstarch, corn syrup, gelatin, tapioca, vinegar, pepper (white, black, cayenne, red flakes)
  • Distilled liquor, soda, black tea

Drink a glass of warm water with lemon juice to wash away the mucus accumulated in your body while you were sleeping.

Exercise regularly to keep your mind and body healthy.

Whatever your blood group, consult your doctor before starting on any blood group diet since it is a highly individualized diet and the ingredients may differ from person to person.

Diet for Blood Group AB

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100100

My daughter having A positive and her husband having B positive.Is there any health issues for their children?

dimples108

it ws nyc reading this article but,i realised that some food that re considered bad 4 my blood group [type o]ends up being nutritious generally and if i stop eatin them,i might end up nt eatin anytin considerin my geographical location(nigeria).

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