Things To Know About Your Specific Flow
Blood type O – The most common of all the blood types. Folks with type O blood do well on a higher meat protein diet due to their higher levels of stomach acid. They are usually more carb intolerant than other blood types therefore need lower carbohydrates. In regard to exercise, a HIIT training program (think interval training) delivers excellent results.
Blood type A – This blood type is rather opposite to blood type O. Due to their very low amount of stomach acid this type of flow doesn’t do well on red meat. “I find that a lot of people misunderstand that type A means being a vegetarian” says Moon. It doesn’t. “It simply means avoid red meat.” Having said that, type A blood types do better on a higher carbohydrate diet, with lower amounts of protein and fats. When it comes to physical training, the guidelines for type A is to incorporate more Yoga, Pilates and meditation into their regimen. However don’t skimp out on strength training just yet- just know it doesn’t need to be as “balls to the wall” as type O’s sweat session.
Blood type B – “I believe this blood type to be the luckiest of all,” says Moon. People with blood type B tend to do best on a balanced workout program, combining elements of everything. However slightly more on the intense side of things. Variety and balance is essential for B types. However if your blood type is AB you should “incorporate the same balance as type B, however the difference here is to be slightly on the less intense side of things,” Moon suggests.
Robbie Ann Darby (RAD Experience) is a professional FitGirl, Group Fitness Instructor and Personal Trainer in NYC. Follow her sweaty life on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram for more fun health and fitness tips!
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