List of Weight-Loss Breakfast Foods for Type O Blood

Review of Breakfast Foods to Avoid With Type O Blood

You’ll recall from the previous post about breakfast foods to avoid for type O blood that the following aren’t good for weight loss:

Pork: bacon, ham

Eggs

Dairy: yogurt, cream, milk, cheese

Oranges/orange juice

Coffee

Black tea

Wheat: bread, muffins, pancakes  and other baked goods made with wheat flour

Melons

Strawberries

Oats

Potatoes

List of Breakfast Foods to Help You Lose Weight

If your body has been resisting your attempts to lose weight and you’ve been eating the foods above, consider either reducing them in your diet or taking a break from them entirely. You will notice that you feel more energized, less bloated, have less indigestion, sleep better, and you’ll be better able to lose stubborn fat deposits, especially in the abdominal area.

Replace the harmful foods above with leptins that are typically irritating for type O blood and replace them with the following foods at breakfast:

-Replace cow’s milk with soy milk, rice milk or almond milk.

-Replace coffee and black tea with green tea.

-Replace yogurt and cheese with other filling proteins such as nuts or soy cheese (yes, the flavor and texture of soy cheese are pretty decent and very much like regular cheese).

-Replace bacon and ham with breakfast meats from other animal sources such as turkey bacon, beef sausage, or chicken sausage.

-Replace oranges and orange juice with fruits and fruit juices that are purple, red (except strawberries), or blue. Remember that people with type O blood have higher levels of stomach acid. Grapes, pomegranates, apples and blueberries are more alkaline which is beneficial for you.

-Substitute eggs in breakfast recipes with tofu, canned pumpkin or ground flaxseeds.

-Substitute wheat, corn, oats, gluten, and refined sugars with flours made from rice, millet or spelt.

-Substitute potato dishes with rice dishes.

-Avoid coconut and melon.

 

Keep a Log

Keep a food log or journal to document the way you feel and how much you weigh on your normal diet for one to two weeks. Then substitute the foods above with the beneficial foods and document the differences in your weight, bloating, energy and other factors. Measure and document your waist size at your navel to monitor bloating, weight gain and water retention.