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Type ‘A’ Blood Affect Gains

1. BLEND & CONSUME FRESH VEGGIES IN BETWEEN MEALS

Being a hard gainer means placing a high priority on simple and complex carbohydrates (carbs) for the sake of ATP, insulin levels, etc. The majority of the immune system is located in the digestive tract–very little can access the bloodstream without first accessing the intestinal tract. So in order to offset taxing your already sensitive intestinal tract with complex and simple carbs, blend and consume substantial amounts of vegetables in between your biggest meals. Not only will this be beneficial to your blood type once the nutrients from the vegetables enter your bloodstream, but the texture of the vegetables acts as a brush along the lining of your intestinal tract, cleaning as it moves along.

2. ONLY SPIKE INSULIN LEVELS WHEN YOU’RE SURE IT WILL BE UTILIZED QUICKLY

Sugar has an adverse effect on the immune system, but the insulin spike from sugar ensures that the hard gainer’s muscle can grow in the presence of the nutrient it needs (fat). Therefore, it is imperative to know the times of the day your body can handle insulin the best.

Your body can naturally handle insulin once you wake up in the morning. The 6-8 hour fast you entered into upon going to sleep causes those that aren’t even hard gainers to enter into a hyper-catabolic phase. Of course, as the day goes by, your body won’t be able to handle insulin as efficiently as the morning hours but you can usually force it proceeding a workout. Keep your highest sugar intake around these times and you’ll ensure that your immune system remains optimal.