There are different category of nutrients
1. Vegetables (Vitamins and Minerals),
2. Fruits (Vitamins and Minerals),
3. Meat (Proteins) and
4. Stems and tubers (carbohydrates)
5. Beverages that contain some basic nutrients such as amino acids, lipids, vitamins, carbohydrates, and minerals.
The vegetables had different group of vitamins of different types such as vitamins A, B1, B6, and C. etc
These had different composition and they are given to a specific blood group to build the cells but when it was not observed then can be problem sometimes to the blood group. In some cases the food service companies may process these foods to another into another thing that can harm the blood cells. Good food and beverage management helps a lot to determine the food service which we can adopt to maintain a good health.
Animals select their foods based on their blood group. This will let you know how you can select what you are going to eat at anytime. For example Lions eat meat and they cannot eat grass so also goat can eat grass but cannot eat grass.
Different animals had different food. They the food they can eat and the ones they cannot eat, this is based on their blood groups. Different animals with different blood groups required different types of food service. Likewise we human supposed to know the food & drink that can build our blood cells. This will determine the type of food we have to eat. And if the wrong food is given to the wrong blood cell, it might damage the blood cells instead of building it. Most often we eat ourselves to death and not to live. When we are eating determines our health and life altogether.
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