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Know that blood type B the Nomad clears nitric oxide out of their system faster than any other type. This allows you to calm down more rapidly especially when stressed. Type B has a unique and sometimes chameleon like characteristics that somehow resembles Type O.
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Blood type B the nomad is usually able to resist many of the most severe diseases such as heart disease and cancer, but is susceptible to immune-systems disorders such as multiple sclerosis, lupus and chronic fatigue syndrome. Still their systems are sturdy.
From the many research on blood types, it is said if B follows the carefully recommended diet overcoming or even bypassing several of these severe diseases might be possible. They can live a long and healthy life.
The Nomad can consume both the best of all meats and vegetables, but these foods, corn, buckwheat, lentils, peanuts and sesame seeds affect the efficiency of their metabolic process. This result in type B being fatigue, retaining fluid and also experiencing a severe drop in blood sugar after eating a meal.
So blood type B the Nomad has to be careful in what they eat, because certain types of food that contains lectin will trigger a drop in their blood sugar levels.
When these foods are avoided, they will be very successful in controlling their weight.
This is the only blood type that can enjoy dairy foods and are strongly advised to introduce olive oil into their diet to encourage proper digestion and healthy elimination.
Type Bs key is balance. You can eat potatoes, yams, cabbage, a variety of grains, cereals, rice and oats. With many nutritious leafy green vegetables to be eaten three to five times a day. Nature's bounty is at your lips to be enjoyed.
Leafy greens contain magnesium which helps to control high blood pressure. And do remember to avoid tomatoes because it contains lectins.
Because of your healthy acid-alkaline levels you can choose your fruits liberally and try to include at least two fruits every day into your diet.
So check out the meal planning in the Eat Right series of books and adjust your favorite recipes making them Type B friendly.