- Answering Questions
September 30, 20182
Surprisingly enough, not a lot of material exists in relation to rh negative people´s best diets. Some claim the rh negative blood factor is not significant in terms of what we eat. I strongly disagree and when it comes to any type of diet theories, I conclude that common ancestry must play into what we digest well and what we might be allergic to.
According to Dr. Power, the evolution of the Rh negative blood in Western Europe explains why the blood type fares best with Western European foods. Within the directives of the ABO blood type diet, Rh negative individuals should eat a variety of meats, poultry, seafood, European fruits and vegetables, roots, tubers and seeds. But, in addition to the limitations imposed by the ABO blood type, Rh negative individuals should also avoid certain foods in these categories to which they may be allergic or hypersensitive.
Peter D´Adamo mentions he is blood type A, but doesn´t specify if negative or positive:
So is the rh negative factor something we need to research more to determine what keeps us healthy?
I completely believe that there is not just a need, but rather a must.
Food allergies also seem to depend on your ABO:
One diet that makes sense to me is Pescetarianism.
ADDED: Read about mercury in fish first.
Definition of PESCATARIAN: one whose diet includes fish but no other meat.
In a study published in a 2007 issue of the “Journal of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine,” Dr. Power described the results of her experiments on allergic responses to foods based on blood type. According to the article, the results did in fact show responses patterned according to blood type, vindicating the blood type diet approach. Rh negative blood reacted most severely with eggs, milk, cheese, nuts, beans and gluten. It was also consistently among the top producers of immunoglobulin E (IgE).
Thanks to Mike at: http://www.rhesusnegative.net