Blood type diet a food list

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Avatar n tn Believe me - as a Type 1 I had the same questions about a Diabetic Diet and for the most part - Food Exchanges just confused me because they overly complicated something simple. Type 1 or Type 2 or Type 1.5 - we all have the same meal planning problem. Unfortunately - there is no "list" of safe foods. You have to make your own. BUT - it's not so hard. The trick is to look at Nutritional Labels on food products. 99% of everything has it.
Avatar n tn on the third day i took my weight and was surprised to see i didnt gain any from the first day after all the high fat calorie laden food i had eaten. on day three i started the diet. i am not a breakfast eater to begin with so the coffee or tea only in the morning didnt seem to botehr me but by mid morn i am feeling hungry so i eat 1/2 an apple with water and two wheat thin crackers as that is what i have in the house.
Avatar f tn wow I never realized how much Phosphorus is in food !! and how big a impact those words of change your diet would have !! The last couple of days I have been walking around a lil stunned not really knowing what the heck to do. I'm afraid to eat !! instead of wheat bread the say white :( it is 25 mg of Phos. Barley 1/2 cup 40mg piece of salmon 279mg. a apple 15mg. this is just a example It is in everything we eat ! we drink ! I have a list of what is bad and what is better for me..
Avatar f tn Doctors don't jump to this conclusion very frequently, especially in male patients. A simple blood test could let them know if further testing is necessary. I would ask for this test; it couldn't hurt!
Avatar n tn You're avoiding extra sugar which is great, but most carbs break down into sugar, so a lower carb diet really helps control blood sugar. The other two big things are portion control and fiber. Start looking at nutrional labels and being mindful of how *much* of any food item you are eating. High fiber diet is great for everyone, especially diabetics and those of us with problems controlling cholesterol.
Avatar m tn Look for Dreamfield's pasta. Extremely low in digestive carbs and has great flavor. Their mfg process prevents most digestible carbs from being absorbed. Carbs turn into sugar after eating. Normally pasta would jack me into the high 200's or low 300's. With Dreamfields my 2-3 hour glucose levels hovers in the low 150's mid 140's. Pizza dough uses white flour. White flour is high in carbohydrates, which in turn turns into sugar after eating. Have you ever tried corn meal or whole-wheat crusts?
Avatar f tn I am having a problem with following any type of diet...Not sure what to eat. I pretty much eat whatever I want eventhough I know I have to change that. Can anyone give me a briefing on what you eat? Do you have to eat all organic? What type of sugar, is equal ok?, Do I reallyy have to give up coffee??? I don't like this part at all!! Does anyone have a basic quick list to refer to for me??
351317 tn?1204755471 Or could be candida which will be alleviated with a decrease in the carbs/sugary foods in a gluten free diet. Also if you are going to get tested for food allergies, don't cut out the foods for a prolonged period before the test or a reaction may not occur; especially in celiacs/gluten testing in which the antibodies will not be present during the test if you have been gluten free for a period before the test.
8369322 tn?1397830269 It wasn't a constant stream of carb laden food. Diet control worked for me, although I suspect others will get varied results. I fully recognize that I will always be a type 2 diabetic, and it's a slippery slope if you get caught on it enjoying stuff you know isn't on the list. But I've managed 3 years on the low carb wagon with only an occasional treat here and there.
Avatar n tn Before that I was the blood type diet (type A) so I did not eat meat for the most part on that scenario and I was actually never hungry. Type A does not get to eat meat on that plan but I didn't miss it much surprisingly. So for me, before I ever started the HCG, I made some major lifestyle changes by deciding to go on the blood type diet. so when I did go on HCG I was already a bit prepared I supposes. There were days when I would gain a pound but then lose 2 pounds.
Avatar n tn i have read that a diet low in bad fats,salt,etc which is bad for every1 else too is the way to go. i have read that pineapple,beetroot mmm cant really think of the rest....brain fog,is good for the liver,but dont go eating to much of the good foods cos to much of 1 thing wouldnt be a good idea,moderation is the key. Milk thistle is very good,but people here say dont take it on the tx but take it if you are not on the tx,its a herb you bye in pill form.
Avatar f tn There is also a book by Dr. D'Adamo called Live Right for Your Blood type To Moonpanda - I know the diet might not be genetically accurate but for me it is so interesting. My mom is type O too and she had to have thyroid surgery and she suffers from ulcers just like the book says. To ILADVOCATE: It may not be accurate according to the book there are thousands of people that have tried the diet with success, but like Paranoid_catacylsm said it's kinda fun to find out about.
798555 tn?1292791151 Doc just says good exercise and diet. I do that! 1)What is a simple recommended diet to keep blood sugar low? I eat vary basic, would like to keep this as simple as possible. My diet is pretty much poultry for meat / protein, veggies , fruit. The only sugar I intake is in granola bars. I stopped eating potatoes last year. No white rice, only brown or American wild rice.
620923 tn?1452919248 but, we also know we have many more symptoms that r chiari related that fall thru the cracks...lets make a list of all the symptoms not on the Official lists.
Avatar n tn You see, in case you didn't know, it's not just a 500 calorie a day diet, it's a very specific 500 calories a day. There may be some doctors at certain clinics who have tweaked the program a bit and had success, but they are doctors and know what the heck they are doing. I'm not a doc, I can't tweak the program like a doc can so I'll be following the Simeons protocol to the letter. Here's hoping.
1174225 tn?1269632321 Omega-3 fatty acids help lower levels of trigylcerides, a type of fat in the blood. They may also help lower cholesterol, slowing the growth of plaque in arteries. Go for fatty fish, Just don't drop the filets in the deep fryer you'll negate the health benefits. A bowl of oatmeal or whole-grain cereal has benefits that last all day. The fiber and complex carbohydrates in whole grains help you feel fuller for longer, so you'll be less tempted to overeat at lunch.
Avatar n tn Hello, I am a Type I diabetic and have done very well keeping my blood sugar under control. About two weeks ago, however, my blood sugar started going over 200 for no reason. Since I have not changed my diet or schedule, I have begun to question my consumption of Diet Coke. I have been drinking Diet Coke since I was diagnosed with Type I several years ago and it has not appeared to raise my blood sugar, but it is now the only explanation I can find.
Avatar m tn What is a good fatty food to eat with Riboviron for exorbtion? Not too hungry a 6pm when take night pills and it hard to eat. Thinking about buttered bread with slice on cheese on it? Is that fatty enough?
Avatar f tn The best way to know what works for YOU is to try a certain food and test your blood glucose two hours after eating and make sure you stay within target. If a certain food spikes you up say over 140 you might try a lesser amount of that food or just eliminate it from your diet. It is not really possible to make a list of foods to eat and not eat because we are all different. But a diet of protein and lots of fresh vegies, small amounts of fruit and small amounts of carbs should do best.
Avatar f tn I am passionate about nutrition and we eat very healthily (is that a word, sorry), but they do get cookies, gum, and other marginal food- I'm not a food Nazi, as long as they eat their meals I'm fine with the occasional not so great snacks...
Avatar f tn it is inadvisable to cut them out of a healthful diet for diabetics. Does anyone have a proven weight-loss diet for diabetics?
Avatar f tn This is helpful with controlling nausea. Turmeric. Turmeric is a spice that gives food a wonderful yellow color. It is widely used for natural anti-inflammatory properties and can be added freely during meal preparation. Milk thistle seeds. These may be purchased in bulk at herb stores. Seeds can be ground in a coffee grinder (hint: Don't use the same coffee grinder you use for coffee) and liberally sprinkled on salads, soups, vegetables, whole grain cereals and in smoothies.
Avatar f tn At this point, most people would eat something sweet again, to bring up the blood sugar, which causes a vicious cycle. The other type of carbs are the complex carbs. These take longer for the body to break down, so they don't spike your blood sugar; they keep it at a more constant level. These foods include most vegetables, whole grains, nuts, seeds, beans, etc. You can google "low glycemic diet" or "low glycemic foods" and find lists of this type of food.
1026267 tn?1257594873 I'm not familiar with the low iodine diet, but I eat a non-inflammatory diet which recommends coconut milk. The only downside I know of is, coconut milk is packaged in cans, and most cans these days have been proven to contain/leach biosphenol-a. I have a recipe for coconut milk though, which is easier than almond milk.. (although I do make fresh almond milk every 2-3 days) 1 cup dried unsweetened coconut (Bobs Red Mill is one) 4 cups warm pure water Soak for 15 minutes.
Avatar n tn Hi Annette, Most people do very well on a LOW GI (glycaemic index) diabetic type diet. The reason why is bcz it works to help level out blood sugar levels so you don't have big spikes (highs) and then big dips (lows). A lot of people are using the GI factor for weight loss, high level athletes for energy endurence, etc. If you are unfamiliar with the term LOW GI; Low GI foods are Carbohydrates which break down slowly, releasing glucose gradually into the blood stream, and have low GI factors.
Avatar n tn Once that's done, you should opt for a low glycemic diet, which is a diet that centers on foods that increase blood sugars the least. Those foods would include high quality proteins, vegetables, whole grains, etc. Do some research and find a list of low glycemic foods. I second goolarra's request for labs/reference ranges.
Avatar f tn My endo was shocked as he found my Potassium levels and Calcium levels in my blood to be way tooo high. In the meantime bought a book called Nourishing Traditions and in future will adopt this type of lifestyle and not go the supplemental route at all. Bar my thyroid meds was told not to touch any form of supplements for the next 12 weeks - blood work will be done again and then all levels will be checked again. High Potassium levels is the cause of palpitations and a host of other things.
200220 tn?1361955154 I have just recently been diagnosed with celiac disease and other food allergies, lots of them. My MD (he is also holistic) today told me to eat a celiac, casin free diet. I am trying to find out exactly what type of diet that is. I know the one is gluten free and the other is I think dairy free. Does anyone know how you can do this. I also have hashimotos thyroid disease as a result of these other things. I am still symptomatic as my tsh isn't normal yet.
Avatar m tn This is by no means a conclusive list, but it gives you a good guideline. You might have other food sensitivities not on the list and not have a problem with the foods on the list. In that case you have food sensitivities, but not Tyramine Intolerance.