July 14th, 2020

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What your blood type tells you about your health and about gluten.

There is a relationship between blood type and gluten. Health matter💪.

By Lisa Carter

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Due to the emails and requests for more information on Dr. D’Adamo’s blood type work, this email is a follow-up to provide a bit more details as to how gluten interacts with our individual blood types.

It’s important to understand that different blood types make different enzymes in the liver and pancreas. Why is this important?

The liver is the largest glandular organ in the body and has a major role in metabolism, detoxification, protein synthesis and the production of chemicals needed for digestion.

Vials of Blood.
Vials of blood taken in the course of patient care at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. Test tubes. Blood test.
Creator:	Daniel Sone

One role of the pancreas is secreting digestive enzymes that pass to the small intestine and help to further breakdown carbs, proteins and fats.

D’Adamo took his research into anthropology, medical history, and genetics led him to see that blood type is “the key that unlocks the door to the mysteries of health, disease, longevity, physical vitality, and emotional strength.”

The knowledge within your own blood type unlocks the “key” that allows you to make solid choices about your dietary, supplement, exercise and even medical treatment plans.

D’Adamo has called blood type the body’s blueprint or road map that holds your “biological profile” and “the dynamic natural forces within your own body.”

So what does your blood type tell you about your health and about gluten?

And if you don’t know your blood type yet, the characteristics here may shed some light on your possible type.

Type O

People with type O are healthiest with intense physical activity or exercise, eating animal proteins and do less well on dairy products and grains. The leading reason that type O’s gain weight is the gluten found in wheat products.

If you enjoy aerobics, martial arts, running or contact sports you may fall within a Type O blood type.

With the highest production of stomach acid of all the blood types, O’s tend to suffer from ulcers. When an O eats more grains then proteins, the metabolism has to work harder which makes the body feel sluggish and “un-well”.

Type B

With a strong immune system and forgiving digestive system, the type B is one of more resistant of blood types and better able to survive. The B tends to do best with a mild combination of physical exercise that help with mental balance such as hiking, cycling, tennis and swimming.

With a strong immune system and forgiving digestive system, the type B is one of more resistant of blood types and better able to survive. The B tends to do best with a mild combination of physical exercise that help with mental balance such as hiking, cycling, tennis and swimming.

Type A

Best with a vegetarian diet complete with fresh and organic foods, the type A is predisposed to diabetes, cancer and heart disease. “I can’t emphasize how critically this dietary adjustment can be to the sensitive immune system of Type A,” says Dr. D’Adamo, who himself is a A.

A’s need calming, centering exercise like yoga and tai chi. For the type A gluten is harsh effects and a drop of dairy is poison in the body.

Type A produces the least amount of stomach acid that is one reason for gluten in the diet, less protein and dairy.

Type AB

The most recent of types is AB and the most complex as it’s a combination of A and B. Due to this the best exercise lies in a mixture of both A and B along with the same dietary restrictions.

Since you can’t change your blood type, it’s important to know how your individual blood type works for you so that you can eat the right foods, calm the mind and care for the body in the best possible way.

Is Science Contaminating Our Grains?

Gluten sensitivity is affects the four blood types because grains have been genetically modified.

Once those grains that are pure, as one’s found on a long sunken ship in Norway may years back. Being perfectly preserved and untouched by science those with gluten intolerance were able to consume them with no ill effects.

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What the blood types can tell us is that we have the knowledge and the ability to be healthy. Are the choices always easy? No.

However, we do have choices, we do have our own personal blueprint and we can live a healthy lifestyle right for our individual bodies.

Between acid, antibodies and lectins the blood types determine how the body best functions and how to stay healthy in mind, body and spirit. If you are interested please be sure to leave a comment here and we’ll be sure to provide more blood type/gluten information on JEN’s for your reading pleasure!

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