Hello, Firstly, my blood type is B. I read the information about blood type B food list on this site http://mindbodyspiritwellness......pe-b-diet-food-list/ it says that corns, lentils, wheat, and peanuts can cause weight gain. Isn't that a good news for skinny people, including me? Then why people with blood type B should avoid that while they have weight gaining problem?
SWAMI tweaked Explorer Super Taster from Illinois Kyosha Nim
Location: Lombard, Illinois (Chicago suburb)
I agree with Joe. The best way to equalize your weight is to not eat the avoids. The more your body is in tune with itself, the healthier you’ll be. Something internally may be preventing your weight gain.
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A truly healthy body will gradually move to the ideal weight and hold it there. Eating Avoids in order to gain weight will be counterproductive in the long term. Avoids degrade our health and keep our bodies off-balance.
To fine-tune weight loss or weight gain, we can pin-point those foods which drop weight or put it on us. In my case, grains and dairy will cause me to gain weight. And I'm referring to the grains and dairy that are beneficial for my type. If I want to lose weight or hold steady, I reduce or eliminate grains and dairy. If I wanted to gain weight, I would increase those foods.
And there is the fats category. There are many wonderful and healthy fats that are good for us. Dr. D'Adamo gives us a portion and frequency recommendation for the foods to eat, such as in my favorite blood-type book, LR4YT. We can choose to eat the maximum quantities recommended or the minimum amount, depending on what our personal needs and goals are.
You can also eat lots of carbohydrate-rich vegetables, such as sweet potatoes and winter squashes. Maybe topped with ghee, butter or almond butter.
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