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Diet consistent with the blood group - group A

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NEUTRAL: turkey, chicken, breeding hens

inadvisable: mutton, pheasant, bacon, veal, venison, goose, lamb, duck, rabbit, partridge, frankfurters, quail, hearts, hams, liver, pork, beef
HIGHLY INDICATED: cod, carp, salmon, mackerel, trout, sardines, whitefish, pike, snails
NEUTRAL: sturgeon, shark
inadvisable: flounder, halibut, lobster, squid, caviar, crabs, shrimps, smoked salmon, mussels, hake, mussels (mussels), oysters, octopus, crayfish, sole, catfish, marinated and fresh herring, tuna, eel
HIGHLY INDICATED: soy milk, soy cheese (tofu)
NEUTRAL: ghee (clear butter), yogurt, sheep's milk, cheese: feta, mozzarella, sheep's, ricotta, farmer's cheese
inadvisable: cow's milk, ice cream, butter, buttermilk, whey, cheese: brie, camembert, cheddar, edam, ementaler, gouda, parmesan, cream, swiss, rural
HIGHLY INDICATED: olive oil, linseed and pumpkin seed oil
NEUTRAL: cod liver oil, walnut oil, sunflower oil
inadvisable: cottonseed, safflower, corn, peanut, sesame oil
HIGHLY INDICATED: peanut butter, peanuts, pumpkin seeds, linseed
NEUTRAL: chestnuts, poppy seeds, almonds, pine seeds, walnuts, sunflower seeds, sesame
inadvisable: Brazil nut, coconut, cashew nut, pistachio nuts
HIGHLY INDICATED: aduke beans, azuki beans, black beans, pinto beans, red and green lentils
NEUTRAL: white beans, string beans, green peas, pea pods
inadvisable: Red beans
HIGHLY INDICATED: amaranth, buckwheat, oats, soybean bread, rice wafers, flour and rice noodles
NEUTRAL: barley, spelled, brown and white rice, wild gluten-free, spelled bread, rye bread, oat bran, oat and rice bran, spelled and barley flour, as well as pasta and cakes from these types of flour, couscous, corn products
inadvisable: wheat, wheat germ. wheat bran, wheat bread, pumpernickel, white and whole wheat flour
HIGHLY INDICATED: broccoli, onion, red onion, pumpkin, horseradish, chicory, garlic, kohlrabi, kale, artichokes, alfalfa sprouts, carrots, parsnips, leek parsley, turnips, romaine lettuce, spinach, tempeh, tofu
NEUTRAL: avocado, Chinese cabbage, Brussels sprouts, red beets, shallots, zucchini, mushrooms, mustard, cauliflower, mung sprouts, radish sprouts, fennel, corn, cucumber, bamboo shoots, radicchio, turnip, cress, radish, lettuce, celery, asparagus, seaweed, all gourds, chives
inadvisable: eggplant, white cabbage, red cabbage, mushrooms, shitake mushrooms, red, green and yellow peppers, tomatoes, sorrel, potatoes
HIGHLY INDICATED: pineapple, blueberries, blueberries, lemons, fresh and dried figs, grapefruit, blackberries, fresh and dried apricots, raisins, fresh plums and dried cherries, cranberries
NEUTRAL: gooseberry, watermelon, peaches, dates, pomegranates, pears, apples, berries, kiwi, lime, melon, mulberry, nectarine, green olives, black and red currants, strawberries, black, red and green grapes
inadvisable: bananas, mandarins, mangoes, melon, honeydew, black olives, papaya, oranges, rhubarb
HIGHLY INDICATED: garlic, ginger, fenugreek, miso, soy sauce, tamari
NEUTRAL: agar, algae, anise, bergamot, basil, carob, curry, cinnamon, savory, tarragon, nutmeg, mustard, cloves, cardamom, cumin, coriander, dill, turmeric, bay leaf, marjoram, oregano, pepper, parsley, rosemary, saffron, chervil, thyme, vanilla, seaweed
inadvisable: capers, pepper: white, black, red and cayenne, gelatin
HIGHLY INDICATED: mustard, molasses, barley malt
NEUTRAL: jams and jellies from recommended fruit, sweet and sour marinades, honey
inadvisable: ketchup, mayonnaise, balsamic, apple, spirits and wine vinegars
HIGHLY INDICATED: red wine, green tea, coffee with caffeine and decaf
NEUTRAL: White wine
inadvisable: Coca-Cola, black tea, carbonated drinks, liqueurs, beer, soda water
I have not used this "diet" for some time why? out of laziness. Only. However, I intend to return to this lifestyle because paying attention to what I eat definitely felt better. Maybe it's the power of suggestion, or maybe there is something to it.
Why did I use quotation marks on the word diet? I don't think it's a diet, but rather a lifestyle. The effect of this food is not weight loss, but only being in harmony with your body and blood group.
There are a few things I can't give up: bananas, mayonnaise or ketchup from time to time. It's also hard for me to give up oranges, which often land with bananas in cocktails that I prepare.
When it comes to meat, I actually reach for poultry most often. I noticed that my body reacts negatively to another type.
Do any of you use this "diet"?


    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 1 May 2014 / 09: 41

      I don't know :) maybe ... but since it works, why not give it a try :)

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