Blood type diet

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Hi there,

Today we’re talking of a diet I discovered 4 years ago and that I find extremely interesting. This diet isn’t though to loose weight but to feel better and healthier. Until here if you’re absolutely not convinced, that norma, please continue reading and let me some more row to explain this deeper.

A blood type special diet… How come?

Let’s start with a little scientific explanation, your blood type depends on the antigenes its contains: A or B. There are 4 blood types:

  • A for the one who have antigenes A
  • B for those who have B
  • AB for the lucky ones that have both
  • O for the poor ones like me that have none

As you (may) know, the blood is feeding your body using what you’re eating. I find it then absolutely logical that as blood types are different, the way its appreciating a certain sort of food is also different.

Do you often have heartburns? Difficulty to digest? You may actually find the explication below.


The diet is easy, each blood type has its ‘favorite foods’ and ‘foods less suitable’ depending on its origin and history. It has been developed by a naturopathic physician Peter J. D’ADAMO and is based on the composition of food: “each blood group is adapted for the specific feed corresponding to its period of appearance”. 


Enough talking, let’s see:




The Blood Type A appeared at the time of agriculture discovery. For individuals this type, the recommended diet is a vegetarian diet. Protein and high protein foods are therefore not recommended as well as dairy products. In all cases, the meat is limited.

The Blood Type B was found among nomadic peoples. The diet is balanced with a variety in possible food.

The Blood Type AB is the last of the blood groups to have appeared: 900 years after JC. It is a mutant of the two types A and B. The induced diet is the most varied, very balanced as group B, but also following the little veggie tendency of group A. (And besides, you’re universal receiver .. pff lucky).

The Blood Type O appeared about 50,000 years BC in the days of hunter-gatherers. They are also the universal donors, everyone can receive our blood, hence the importance of giving it). The recommended diet is a protein diet, therefore with a high consumption and mainly based on meat and / or fish. Regarding meat consumption, it is preferable to favor the consumption of lean meat and the practice of many physical activities.


Do you recognize yourself?

After all maybe not, food you love and you consume regularly may be in minus?

The main idea is to try to stop eating them to see if it changes anything to you. Keep in mind that this particular food is TO AVOID NOT TO DELETE permanently from your diet (well, if you see a positive change by doing it, you will do it yourself).

For instance, I’m O type (carnivorous type) but I turned pescetarian. However, following my painting I limited as much as possible beans and wheat which gave me heartburns.

Well, I am not a psycho-maniac of this diet, for dinner I made a gratin dauphinois (so French of me, I’m a cliché) made of white potatoes. In any case, once again, it is not made to deprive but to feel better. Then, if like me, from time to time an envy itch you: go for it!


Please be careful to eat balanced! The limit of this regime is that it can develop deficiencies if it is respected too drastically. Let me repeat this: ‘+ food’ is doing good to your body, it is NOT THE ONLY THING you can eat! Also, the table doesn’t specify neutral food so go ahead for everything else!


10 thoughts on “Blood type diet

  1. Coucou, j’avais lu un bouquin là-dessus mais je t’avoue que je suis très sceptique car beaucoup d’hypothèses formulées n’ont jamais été prouvée scientifiquement parlant. Comme toi je suis du groupe sanguin O et et mise à part le haricot sec et l’orange que mon organisme ne supporte pas tout le reste me va vraiment très bien.
    Pour le soucis des laitages, je pense que c’est un “soucis” universel car les laitage sont souvent remplis de bien plus de mauvaises choses qu’on le pense, pense bien entendu au lactose mais aussi de toutes les saloperies que l’animal (je me focalise sur la vache) a pu manger et que l’on retrouve dans le lait supposé bien contrôlé 😉


    1. Bon j’avoue que tu me poses une colle sur le point de vue scientifique, mais ton commentaire est très intéressant. Personnellement, j’adore l’idée de ce régime et sur moi il fonctionne du coup j’ai voulu partager mon expérience, je peux comprendre qu’on soit sceptique.. Et pour le lait, je crois que c’est plutôt qu’il n’est pas adapté à notre système digestif (pour la grande majorité d’entre nous), comme le blé (notamment le gluten qu’il contient) :)

  2. Coucou ! Ayant travaillé dans le domaine alimentation Bio j’en avais entendue parlé et était tentée d’essayer…Ce que je n’ai toujours pas fait lol En lisant ton article ça me donne envie de tenter le coup ! :) Article super intéressant !

  3. C’est la première fois que j’entends parler d’un tel régime. C’est super intéressant. Moi par contre, je suis totalement dans le rouge. Je suis du groupe B et je raffole de poulet, soja, mais, de tomates, d’avocat mais pas de lentilles. Elles me font envie mais quand j’en mange, bah… je ne trouve pas ça utile, donc du coup ça marche bien lol… Du coup c’est intéressant mais mon corps a édicté ses propres règles je pense ^^
    Merci pour la découverte en tout cas !

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