Blood type diet b food list

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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 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 m tn * Conditions that impair fat absorption such as Cystic Fibrosis, IBS, IBD, gall bladder, liver disease * Very large or obese body as a larger body requires more vitamin D * Gastric bypass surgery * Very low fat diet - in order to absorb vitamin D the body needs to have fat (vitamin D is fat soluble) * Lacking vitamin D in the diet or a strict vegetarian diet - natural food sources of vitamin D are animal based * Pesticides: most are fat soluble and steroid hormone disruptors (vitam
20620809 tn?1504362969 m not opposed to fish but lots of food prep is not my style. I wonder if the Mediterranean diet could be followed by a lazy person? What do you think? Did you find exercise needed to be part of this or does that not have any impact on glucose levels?
Avatar f tn I tried giving him Health Aid Baby Vitamin (Vegan) drops to make up for the Vitamin B 12 he maybe lacking being on a Vegan diet. This Vitamin drop is free from soy, dairy, egg, gluten and nuts. However, his body didn't seem to tolerate this mixture- he got swollen lips and bumps on his forehead after taking the drops.
1026267 tn?1257591273 I don't know if almond or rice milk have the iodine in them or not, but there is one other thing that might be of help here. I found out that people with type "O" blood should not use coconut or palm anything, even the healthy extra virgin kind. I also found out that dairy isn't really good for type "O" people either.
1174225 tn?1269628721 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 f tn You might be able to see the food under your “Recent” foods list even though it’s not displaying on your daily log. If it does display on your“Recent” foods list, you should be able to add it from there and have it displayed. Hope that helps! Please let us know if you have any other questions.
Avatar f tn I know this list is limited to my own personal research and what i prefer to include in my diet, this is by no means the ONLY things that i eat but these things i am including in my daily diet. With that said my question is this: Do you think it will hurt to take a daily multi-vitamin in addition to get the things that i'm NOT getting in my daily foods? Can what is included in a daily vitamin be too much vitamin with what i'm already having in my daily foods?
Avatar f tn I have been looking into this blood type diet myself being a blood type O but recently I have become concerned if I suffer manic episodes or am bipolar. Certain periods in my life become notably amazing. Usually when Im relatively lean I find myself with too much energy than I know what to do with! My social life improves dramatically! I quit 2 different jobs during these periods of "high". I almost become contagious during these periods wishing I could feel like this forever!
Avatar m tn High blood sugar and high insulin is what brings on all those long term complications like, blindness, heart trouble, high blood pressure and so on. Legumes are on the list of good carbs. But one dry cup Black or Garbanzo beans would raise my Blood Sugar over 600 mg/dl. Add that to the steady state and no doubt it would be about 700 mg/dl. Actually no one would eat a cup of what had been a dry cup so the actual rise in b/g would be less. But substantial.
Avatar f tn It seems like she is one of those people who assumes that gluten free and casein free diets are some kind of popular fad diet. I ignore her. I will have friends bring food for me if I'm in the hospital again if this is how the local hospital wants to act. When one is feeling lousy enough to be in the hospital, it's not like one is going to feel like eating a lot of food, so I don't see why this should be considered unreasonable.
Avatar m tn I am a hep b carrier patient . m male/22 years old plzz tell me can i eat chicken/meat.? Or is there any need to avoid such kind of food. i dont drink but some times drink small quantity of beer. that also once in 2 months. plzz tell me abut this eating habit and which diet i suppose to follow.
Avatar f tn I need help with dietary advice. I have several diaganoises that all have diet restrictions and its beginning to look like I can only have water - purified! The following is a list of issues with dietary restrictions: borderline diabetic, cirrohsis, bi-polar, migraines, and food allergies to coconut and mustard. I have one form of information that says to drink lots of fluids including fruit juices. Another says to avoid simple carbs - like fruit juices!
Avatar f tn It was tested evening time.whats the risk and what diet he need to follow? is it type 1 or type 2.what fruits can he able to eat?can he eat brown rice or wild rice?
1666434 tn?1325262350 We are not allowed to post web links on this forum. If you use Google to search on the 'Glycemic Index', the GI will explain the differences between simple and complex carbs. Besides sugar, simple carbs are a diabetics worst enemy as they quickly raise glucose [blood sugar] levels. Fruits must be eaten with other foods to slow the absorption of fructose [fruit sugar]. Caution with tropical fruits as they contain large amounts of fructose - pineapple, mangoes, papayas.
Avatar f tn Not yet but listed on the transplant list for fancreas/kidney only list. They will not do it one at a time for the obvious other conditions. I was told to begin seriousdly thinking about dialysis.
Avatar n tn There is no specific should not take list. THere is a preferred to take list. The chemotherapy will affect blood components - and hence it would be good to maintain enough protein in the diet to allow the body to re-generate blood components faster. Food that is high in protein involves fish, milk, and egg white. It may also be good to prepare food that is easier to swallow (a little oil or soup perhaps).
Avatar f tn I drink Almond milk too (good sou% center of calcium and other vitamins no matter what type of milk). I also have a spicy food addiction addiction nd shrimp fajitas is at the top of my list. I love sushi but stay away from any raw seafood, runny eggs, and unpasteurized cheeses.
Avatar n tn The mother would pass on an O (Rh-d) and the father would have to pass on a B (Rh-d) to give you the blood type BO (Rh-neg). Any time you have a A or B with an O it is always going to be that letter (A or B group that is dominate as I said previous the O is not having nothing on your Red Blood Cells). Hope I didn't confuse you to much.