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The Blood Type diet
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Group type O: Good and bad foods for your blood group

 



> Oil
Good: 
flaxseed, olive, rapeseed, sesame, walnut
Bad: 
corn, peanut, soy, sunflower, wheatgerm
Tip:
Use olive oil in cooking and salads, and other types for seasoning.

> Nuts and seeds
Good: almonds, flaxseeds, hazelnuts, macadamia, pecan, pine nuts, walnuts and sesame seeds.
Bad: 
Brazil nuts, cashew nuts, chestnuts, pistachio nuts, sunflower seeds, poppy seeds.
Tip: Eat nuts and seeds regularly, but not in large quantities. They provide you with essential fatty acids.

> Pulses and legumes
Good: 
soy
Bad: kidney beans, lentils, butter beans
Tip: Eat pulses and legumes from time to time for their protein content, but never in place of meat or fish.

> Cereals
Good: 
sprouted grain bread, buckwheat, millet, oats, quinoa, rice, rye, spelt, tapioca
Bad: 
wheat, barley, corn
Tip: Try essene bread made from 100% sprouted grains. It's far and away the most nutritious. Available in health and organic shops.

> Vegetables
Bad: capers, cauliflower, cucumber, leeks, button mushrooms, black olives, potatoes

> Fruit
Bad:
avocadoes, melons, blackberries, coconut, kiwi, oranges, bananas, clementines
Tip: Eat around 500g of fruit a day (2-3 pieces or servings).




  
  

Sarah Horrocks
2010/05/04
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