, 2022-09-21 14:00:03,
Your blood type can affect your health in surprising ways — it’s tied to your risk of, how much you and more.
That’s why it’s not surprising that there’s even a diet based on blood type, which proposes that people with type O blood should focus on eating different foods than, say, those with type A or B. For example, people with blood type A are advised to avoid eating red meat, and those with type O are advised to do the opposite.
But whether or not the Blood Type Diet is safe or healthy is another story. I asked registered dietitian nutritionist Anna Rios about the potential benefits (or complications) associated with eating based on blood type.
Here’s what the Blood Type Diet is, how it is supposed to make you healthier, and what health scientists have discovered about its efficacy.
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