Blood Type Diet

Most are unaware of their blood type unless they've given blood or needed a transfusion.  Most don't understand that blood is the driving force behind human survival, changing and adapting to new conditions, environments and food supplies.

Each blood type has a different antigen with its own special chemical structure.  Antigens are chemical markers found on the cells of our bodies.  One of the most powerful antigens in the body is the one that determines your blood type. Your blood type is a small piece of sugar that's stuck on the outside of your red blood cell.  Each cell contains millions of different sugars, including blood type sugars.  These sugars are created by the cell and controlled by your DNA.  

The most important part of the Blood Type Diet has to do with lectins.  Lectins cause red blood cells to stick together, or agglutinate.  They are small proteins made by nature found in several varieties of foods that we eat.  Their purpose is to attach to things.  Lectins will stick to things inside of you after you eat them.  This is the cause of most of the problems encountered from eating incorrect foods for your blood type.  When lectins stick to you, the results are usually damaging.  They cause healthy red blood cells to stick or clump together.  This clumping has the same effect as gumming up your body's internal structure, making it hard to do its job.  This clumping puts you at risk for serious digestive conditions such as Crohn's disease and IBS and can slow down the body's repair and detoxification systems.  Another major effect that agglutination has is inflammation. Inflammation can cause the body to attack itself and its own organs causing disease..
 
Understanding blood type takes the science of genetics one step further by stating with certainty that every human being is completely unique.  Your blood type puts together the puzzle of individual health, disease, longevity, physical vitality, and emotional strength.  It determines your susceptibility to illness, which foods you should eat, and how much you should exercise.  It's a factor in your energy levels, in the efficiency with which you 'burn' calories, and in your emotional response to stress.

By applying the principles of blood type analysis, I can tailor the optimal diet for any type.  It gives me the capability to pinpoint foods that make you sick, contribute to weight gain, and lead to chronic disease.  I will provide a clear and simple plan that you will be able to follow.

Your FOCUS plan also includes recommendations about vitamins, minerals, and herbal supplements that can enhance the effects of your diet.
























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