Scientists have Recognized Ineffective Diet by Blood Group
Scientists have recognized ineffective diet by blood group. Experts have recommended adhering to a healthy diet, not succumbing to the tricks of nutritionists.
When choosing a suitable diet, many try to narrow their search and proceed from their own natural data. Some people prefer blood type diets. In such a nutritional system, patients with one group are advised to eat more meat, with the other, on the contrary, to reduce its consumption, and so on.
However, American scientists were able to establish that this approach to the menu is fundamentally wrong. The initial goal of the experts’ experiment was to evaluate a plant-based diet for body mass index, as well as the level of sugar and basic blood lipids in people with the first to third blood groups.
The study was conducted for a period of 16 weeks. The first group of volunteers adhered to a plant-based diet and the second was allowed to maintain their dietary habits. However, both groups included patients of all blood groups.
First of all, scientists have recognized found that a plant-based diet, which mainly consisted of fruits and vegetables, as well as legumes and whole grains, increased calorie burn after meals by 18.7%. After that, experts decided to analyze the relationship between the diet itself and a person’s blood group. If we take into account the conditions of a special diet that separates people precisely on this basis, then patients with the first group need a plant diet, and those who have the second group should add more meat. “The blood type doesn’t matter. It turned out that a plant-based diet is beneficial for people of all blood groups, but there were no arguments in favour of a meat diet (also for all participants), “concluded the study’s author Neil Bernard.
However, participants in all blood groups benefited equally from a vegan diet. This experiment once again proved that eating healthy plant foods has a positive effect on the functioning of the whole body. For example, scientists have recognized that volunteers from the first group were able to lose 5 to 7 kilograms of excess weight without changing their usual lifestyle, except for food. Scientists emphasize that the decrease in body weight did not depend in any way on the blood group of the patients.