For your information, D’Adamo recommends that people on the A-positive blood type diet should eat an organic, vegetarian, or almost-vegetarian food plan.
Such foods to eat include:
soy protein, such as tofu
certain grains, such as spelt, hulled barley, and sprouted bread
walnuts, pumpkin seeds, and peanuts
certain fruits, such as blueberries and elderberries
certain kinds of beans and legumes
certain vegetables, especially dark, leafy greens, such as kale, Swiss chard, and spinach
garlic and onions
cold-water fish, such as sardines and salmon
limited amounts of chicken and turkey
This special diet recommends eating protein at the start of the day.
Canned sardines or a smoothie made with silken tofu and goat milk may be a good option.
Limited amounts of animal protein, such as turkey and eggs, are allowed on this diet plan. They may be eaten for breakfast.
Vegetables, fruits, and the allowed grains may be eaten at any meal.
Below are foods to avoid on the A-positive blood type diet
The list of foods people with A-positive blood should avoid is extremely extensive. It includes, but is not limited to:
potatoes, yams, and sweet potatoes
certain vegetables, such as cabbage, eggplant, tomatoes, peppers, and mushrooms
certain fruits, such as melons, oranges, strawberries, and mangos
poultry other than chicken and turkey, such as duck
fish, such as bluefish, barracuda, haddock, herring, and catfish
some grains and grain products, such as wheat bran, multigrain bread, and durum wheat
refined carbohydrates, such as white flour and white bread
oils other than olive oil
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