你會否經常覺得疲倦?這些食物可令你越來越精神!Do you often feel tired? Here are some super foods to help you combat fatigue!

[English version below the Chinese text]

你會否經常覺得疲倦?每種血型的人,如果能夠多吃屬於自己的“超級食物”,就能夠越來越精神!到底這些食物是那些?又有哪些是要戒除的?

以下與大家分享一下每種血型該多吃與該戒除的食物和飲料:

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Fatigue-fighting food for Type O - www.eatrighthk.org    Fatigue-fighting food for Type AB - www.eatrighthk.org

A型:
• 避免吃動物性的蛋白質。
• 主要的蛋白質來源應該是素食,偶爾吃海產。
• 海產方面主要來源應該是含豐富油脂的冷水魚。
• 乳製產品方面,可以吃少量的發酵乳製產品,例如乳酪,但要避免鮮奶和牛奶製品。
• 不要吃太多穀類產品,尤其是用小麥做的食物。
• 吃大量對你有益的蔬菜水果,尤其是含豐富抗氧化劑和纖維的品種。
• 每天喝綠茶,有助增加抵抗力。

B型:
• 每星期吃幾次少至中分量的草飼瘦紅肉(尤其是羊肉和羊仔肉),以增加體力和消化力。
• 避免吃雞肉。
• 定時吃含豐富油脂的冷水魚。
• 定時吃發酵乳製產品,例如乳酪、克菲爾 (酸奶),這些對你的腸胃非常有益。
• 戒除所有用小麥和粟米製造的食物。
• 吃大量對你有益的蔬菜水果。
• 如果你每天都有喝咖啡的習慣,請你用綠茶來代替。
• 除了雞肉和粟米之外,還要避免以下食物:蕎麥、花生、大豆、扁豆、薯仔和番茄。

O型:
• 每星期吃幾次少至中分量的草飼瘦紅肉,以增加體力。吃含豐富油脂的冷水魚。
• 盡量不吃乳製產品。
• 把所有用小麥做的產品戒除。
• 只吃對你血型有益的豆類。
• 吃大量對你有益的蔬菜水果。
• 避免有咖啡因的飲料,例如咖啡和可樂。
• 每天喝綠茶。

AB型:
• 蛋白質的來源主要來自大豆和大豆製品以及海產,不能來自紅肉。
• 避免吃雞肉。
• 乳製產品方面,可以吃少量的發酵乳製產品,例如乳酪,但要避免鮮奶和牛奶製品。
• 不要吃太多的穀類食品,尤其用小麥作的。
• 要完全避免粟粉(包括用粟粉做的醬汁)。
• 吃大量對你有益的蔬菜水果,尤其是含豐富抗氧化劑和纖維的品種。
• 避免喝咖啡,但每天可以喝兩至三杯綠茶。

另外,雖然你可能已聽過很多次,但還是要提醒一下,少吃含有糖份的食物,因爲吃了之後,雖然頓時會感到精神為之一震,但很快的就會產生倦意,這就是所謂的“Sugar Crash”,主要因為血糖飆升造成胰島素大量分泌,但是過了一段時間血糖又快速下降,令人有疲倦的感覺。其實吃精製的碳水化合物也有同一作用,例如下午茶吃個飽,肯定過後會有睡意,不如小睡十五分鐘(”Power nap”),更爲有效。當然,要驅除疲勞,足夠的睡眠和適量的運動都不可缺少,大家請多注意了!

Fatigue-fighting food for Type A - www.eatrighthk.org    Fatigue-fighting food for Type B - www.eatrighthk.org

Fatigue-fighting food for Type O - www.eatrighthk.org    Fatigue-fighting food for Type AB - www.eatrighthk.org

Do you often feel tired? Besides getting enough rest and sleep, did you know that by eating what are considered “super foods” for your blood type would boost your energy and help you combat fatigue in a healthy way? Scroll down to download your food list consisting of such super foods.

Naturally, there are also foods that you should avoid to feel more energetic. Below are the do’s and don’ts when it comes to what to eat and what not to eat, according to each blood type:

Type A
• Avoid or limit animal proteins.
• Derive your primary protein from plant foods with seafood used occasionally.
• Seafood should be primarily richly oiled cold-water fish.
• Include modest amounts of cultured dairy foods in your diet, but avoid fresh milk products.
• Don’t overdo the grains, especially wheat-derived foods.
• Eat lots of BENEFICIAL fruits and vegetables, especially those high in antioxidants and fiber.
• Drink green tea every day for extra immune system benefits.

Type B
• Eat small-to-moderate portions of high-quality, lean, organic meat (especially goat, lamb, and mutton) several times a week for strength, energy, and digestive health.
• Avoid Chicken.
• Include regular portions of richly oiled cold-water fish.
• Regularly eat cultured dairy foods, such as yogurt and kefir, which are beneficial for digestive health.
• Eliminate wheat and corn from your diet.
• Eat lots of BENEFICIAL fruits and vegetables.
• If you need a daily dose of caffeine, replace coffee with green tea.
• Avoid foods that are Type B red flags, especially chicken, corn, buckwheat, peanuts, soy beans, lentils, potatoes, and tomatoes.

Type O
• Eat small to moderate portions of high-quality, lean, organic, grass-fed meat several times a week for strength.
• Include regular portions of richly oiled cold-water fish.
• Consume little or no dairy foods.
• Eliminate wheat and wheat-based products from your diet.
• Limit your intake of beans principally to those that are BENEFICIAL.
• Eat lots of BENEFICIAL fruits and vegetables.
• Avoid stimulants found in caffeine (coffee, colas, etc.).
• Avoid coffee, but drink green tea every day.

Type AB
• Eat soy foods and seafood as your primary protein instead of red meat.
• Eliminate chicken from your diet.
• Include modest amounts of cultured dairy foods in your diet, but limit fresh milk products.
• Don’t overdo the grains, especially wheat-derived foods. Avoid corn flour altogether.
• Eat lots of BENEFICIAL fruits and vegetables, especially those high in antioxidants and fiber. Avoid coffee, but drink two to three cups of green tea every day.

Among all the “avoids,” perhaps the No. 1 avoid is sugar and processed food that contains a lot of hidden sugar. You might feel energized temporarily after eating a sweet treat, but very quickly you would start to experience a “sugar crash.” That’s because your pancreas has produced a lot of insulin to break down that sugar for storage, but after a short while, when the blood sugar level is lowered, you will have the feeling of fatigue again, perhaps even more than before. Eating simple carb foods, such as a bun or pastry in mid-afternoon, could also make you sleepy. If your circumstances allow, why not replace it with a 15-minute power nap instead? Of course, not having sufficient sleep and adequate exercises would contribute to fatigue as well. If you want to feel more energetic, give these a higher priority in your life.

Source: Fatigue and Your Blood Type by Dr. Peter D’Adamo

中文翻譯:《食得型》

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