"For myself, "O" blood type, I feel 100% better when I eat a high protein, gluten free and dairy-free meals. This is the "O" diet. Usually, depending on if you are an "A," "B," or "AB" blood type, this method of eating will shed light on which foods to avoid (foods that do not digest well with you and make you sluggish)," says Paul.
Ultimately, the key is to eat foods that work for you.
Two most important meals of the day:
- Meal (or Protein Shake) after your workout
Studies show that when people regularly skip breakfast, they eat more throughout the day and gain body fat. Avoid this common pitfall by planning ahead. Take the time to think about each meal you’ll have for the week, and grocery shop according to your pre-planned meals. When you make time for meal prep and planning, you can thank yourself later on when you curb the urge to snack or overindulge.