Blood type A diet food list

By on Last modified: August 22, 2013

Blood type A diet

Blood type A diet food list
Blood type A diet food list

According diet created by Peter D’Adamo, people with blood type A are in their best form when practice vegetarian diet. They have a sensitive digestive system and are difficult to process proteins of animal origin. Therefore, they should avoid meat, dairy products and focus on a diet rich in grains, legumes, fruits and vegetables.

Many people find it difficult to give up delicious servings of French fries and meat and to replace them with vegetable proteins, but D’Adamo says that it would help the representatives of group A to have better health, longer life and more energy, and to hold their line.

People with blood type A are susceptible to certain diseases such as cancer, heart disease and diabetes, so for them it is extremely important to consume food more natural as possible, ie fresh and unprocessed.

Using research conducted in 1999. D’Adamo discovered a link between blood type and personality. For people with blood type A is believed to be analytical, pay attention to detail, good listeners, sensitive to the needs of others, inventive and creative.

 Blood type A diet food list

HIGHLY BENEFICIAL NEUTRAL HARMFUL

Meat

/ turkey
chicken
buffalo
beef
deer
lamb
beef
pork
smoked meat

Fish

sea ​​trout
salmon
snail
sardine
mackerel
Pike
carp
cod
Shark
marine snail
tuna
shrimp
shells
octopus
caviar
herring
frog
squid

Milk and dairy products

soy milk yogurt
goat milk
mozzarella
cream
feta
Gouda
cheese
Emmental
cow’s milk
goat cheese
chedar cheese
Parmesan
butter
cream cheese
ice cream
cheese

Eggs

/ chicken
goose
duck
quail
/

Vegetables

aloe
broccoli
okra
ginger
garlic
onion
alfalfa
lettuce
Rehn
Pumpkin
spinach
celery
leek
black olives
beets
zucchini
beet
cucumber
cauliflower
Shiitake mushrooms
tomato
cabbage
potato
eggplants
peppers

Fruits and fruit juices

pineapple
blueberries
grapefruit
lemon
lime
apricots
plums
figs
cherries
avocado
quince
strawberries
pomegranate
Kiwi
pears
raspberries
peach
currants
raisins
mulberry
grape
apples
banana
melon
coconut
mango
tangerines
Orange
orange juice
papaya

Legumes

oatmeal
oat flour
soy
soy flour
buckwheat
barley
barley flour
rice
short-short
popcorn
wheat
wheat bran
wheat germ

Nuts and seeds

peanut
pumpkin seed
sunflower
sesame
chestnuts
Almond
poppy seeds
hazelnuts
Indian and Brazilian walnut
pistachios

Beans

lens
soy
strains granules
green beans
/ chickpeas
white and red beans

Oils

linen
olive
walnut
almond
soybean oil
sunflower
fish
castor
corn
coconut
peanut oil
sesame oil

Drinks

red wine
coffee
green tea
white wine liquor
sparkling water
sodium
beer
black tea

Herbs and spices

dry garlic
aloe
parsley
basil
onion
mint
rosemary
thyme
cinnamon
oregano
hot pepper
red pepper
white and black pepper

Taste Additives

soy sauce
mustard
sea ​​salt
yeast
mustard
gelatin
ketchup
mayonnaise
vinegar
brine

Sweeteners

barley malt sugar
honey
/

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

It is believed that people with blood type A have higher levels of cortisol, so it is difficult for them to cope with stress. Studies have shown that stress can be reduced through non-invasive gentle exercises that soothe. It is recommended to do these exercises at least three times a week for a period of 30-45 minutes. If your blood type is A and choose to do or aerobic exercises with weights, then you should be careful not to overdo, because it may increase stress levels.

Recommended activities: yoga, tai chi, meditation and deep breathing techniques.

ADDITIONAL TIPS

Besides diet and exercise recommendations, D’Adamo provides additional tips how to improve the lives of people with blood type A. Here are some of them:

  • Do not skip breakfast and eat more often but smaller meals.
  • Eat more proteins to start the day and less at night.
  • Do not eat when you are nervous and anxious.
  • Chew the food slowly to help the body to digest it quickly.
  • In order to avoid an increasing in cortisol levels and reduce mental fatigue, it is necessary to restrict residence in large crowds of people, to avoid noise, not to smoke, to stand away from strong odors from perfumes and do not watch movies and shows with violence.
  • Make yourself a daily schedule and stick to it. Determine what time you’re going to bed and every day by reference to the bedroom at the time.
  • Make at least two breaks of 20 minutes while you are at work.
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