he food color chart below is a compilation of the beneficial and neutral foods for all four blood types. This could be used to prepare food for a group so more people can enjoy rather than worry.
Note that there are no blue/purple foods in this food color chart. Also see how few other colors but green are represented. That may be disappointing, that the limits are greater. However, you can make really appealing salads that could serve as the base for people to either add the foods that benefit them or foods they allow periodically that are not. Take everything in moderation and remain healthy for life.
This diet has not held up. The problem with eating right for one's blood type is that the findings from the American diet have not been duplicated with other international diets. However, there are testimonies from whom this eating method has worked. I continue to keep it because of eating colors. The list for this blood type and all others may be useful for people with sensitivities and those who want to try new foods.
Free downloads of the blood types, with other useful
information, will be available soon.
The PLU code or the price-lookup code stuck to each piece of vegetable or fruit in a US supermarket was a creation of the Produce Marketing Association to improve standardization and inventory.
Several years ago, the code was "cracked" allowing the health conscious to distinguish between traditionally grown, organic and genetically modified produce. The first digit in a PLU will tell you if it is an organic food ("9") or if it is Genetically Modified food or GMO ("8").
Now, that is no longer possible because indicating that a product is genetically modified is voluntary. Most Americans would not select genetically modified foods if they were aware. The best advice is to buy organic as often as possible.
Even better, edible landscaping is replacing the
lush, front lawn. There are a lot of exciting examples in existence and plenty
of possibilities based on your health needs. If you have a balcony or a sunny
windowsill, consider container gardening. This type of garden for general needs
could be interspersed in a larger garden for specific blood type needs.