Blood Type Diet for O Positive?

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The eight blood types are A+, O+, B+, AB+, A-, O-, B-, and AB-. According to WebMD, there are eight different types of blood. A blood type is also known as blood group. As of 2013, there are eight foods that a person who has type O positive blood can eat when they are on a diet. The foods are corn, seafood, buckwheat, rice, millet, rye, beef, mutton, veal, eggplant, potatoes, corn, ham, pork, bacon, avocados, soybeans, oranges, and cashews.
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Blood Type Diet
The Eat Right for Your Type diet (Blood Type Diet) advises people to eat certain foods based on their blood type: A, B, AB, or O. The plan posits that each blood type digests food proteins (called lectins) differently and that eating the wrong food proteins can cause ill effects on the body.
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According to a man named Dr Lam, certain foods are better for certain blood types and there is a specific diet you should follow, dependent on that. For more information see here:
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Blood type Os need to eat a typical hunter-gatherer type
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The same as for any other person. Blood type has no effect on diet or vice versa.
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Find out your blood type. Purge your kitchen. If you're a type O, get rid of anything that contains white or wheat flour, corn starch, partially-hydrogenated oil, coconut, dairy,
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