|Eat Right for Your Blood|
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Are Your Children Eating for their Blood Type?
Have you thought about the importance of how you and your children eat? Do you just eat certain foods because they taste good? Do you take into consideration that many of the foods you and your children eat are not good for you?
Leviticus 17:11 “For the life of the flesh is in the blood.” This is so true because DNA, paternity questions, and much more are found in the blood. Eating according to your blood type is so crucial to sustain your quality of life.
Determine your Children's Blood Type
If you do not know your children's blood type then you can determine that by requesting your doctor for a blood test. Sometimes parents will make a note of this after giving birth and note it in their baby book. Your child will either be blood type A, B, AB, or O. The most common is B positive. Because we all are different, it makes sense that each person should eat according to their blood type. Have you noticed that possibly you are able to tolerate milk, but you may have some children that cannot tolerate it and others that can?
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Below is the site for a blood type food chart, once you determine your blood type:
Type B Diet
If your child's blood type is B, according to Dr. Dadamo you want to be aware that eating corn, wheat, buckwheat, lentils, tomatoes, peanuts, and sesame seeds can result in fatigue, fluid retention, and hypoglycemia. He further adds that when you eat for your blood type your blood sugar levels should remain normal after meals.
According to Dr. Dina Khader at Foxnews.com each blood type has their own genetic blueprint. He further adds that “B” is for balance and type B's do well with a little bit of yoga and stress reduction and deep-breathing exercises. So not only is eating for your blood type important, but exercising for your blood type is equally important.
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According to Modernmom.com, if your child is type B blood then those type of children are natural organizers and their minds are orderly and cannot stand clutter. They further ad that type B would benefit from stretching exercises before the start of the school day. Once you and your children start eating for your blood type, you will discover what foods benefit you and other foods that don't
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New King James Bible, https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Leviticus+17%3A11&version=KJV
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