Blood Food Colors
Type A



Human Red blood cells

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Type A blood food colors reflect a diet that developed when humans became agrarian in nature. Second to O blood, A types have less hydrochloric acid. Mr. D'Adamo prescribes consuming less meat protein.

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.

Read Eat Right For Your Blood Type and Live Right For Your Blood Type for more thorough information.

Note the available type A food colors in some of the fruit and vegetable selection. The ones shown are what were termed, according to Mr. D'Adamo, beneficial (marked with an asterisk)and neutral. Mr. D'Adamo states any food not listed as void can be included. The list below has been expanded to include neutral foods.

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 Blood Food Colors List
Type A

Red
Orange
Yellow
Green
Blue/Purple
White/Tan
Brown /Black
Aduki Bean
Carrot*
Apricot*
Alfalfa Sprout*
Berry, Blackberry*
Bamboo Shoot
Almond
Beet
Kumquat
Cheese, Soy*
Artichoke*
Berry, Blueberry*
Bean, Mung
Almond Cheese
Berry, Cranberry*
Peach
Corn
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Berry, Boysenberry*
Bean. Northern
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Berry, Raspberry
Pepper
Corn Flakes
Asparagus Pea
Berry, Elderberry
Breadfruit
Bean, Black*
Berry, Strawberry
Persimmon
Corn Meal
Avocado*
Berry, Gooseberry
Butter, Sesame
Bean, Cannellini
Berry, Youngberry
Pumpkin*
Corn Muffin
Bean, Green*
Grape
Butter, Sunflower
Bean, Fava
Cherry*
Saffron
Cous Cous
Bean, Snap*
Onion, Spanish*
Cauliflower
Bean, Pinto
Onion*
Squash
Ghee
Bean, String*
Plum*
Celeriac
Bean, Soy*
Plum*
Squash, Acorn
Grapefruit*
Broccoli*
Potato
Cheese, Farmer
Bean, Black*
Pomegranate
Squash, Spaghetti
Lemon*
Brussels Sprout
Prune*
Cheese, Goat
Black-Eyed Pea*
Radicchio
Turmeric
Millet
Cabbage
Raisin*
Cheese, Mozzarella
Bran, Oat
Red Lentil
Yam
Onion*
Celery*
-
Daikon
Bran, Rice
Rhubarb
-
Pepper
Chicory*
-
Endive
Bread, Essene*
Watermelon
-
Pineapple*
Dandelion*
-
Flour, Oat*
Bread, Ezekiel*
-
-
Potato
Dill
-
Flour, Rye*
Buckwheat, Soba Noodles 100%
-
-
-
Eggplant
-
Grits
Buckwheat/Kasha*
-
-
-
Escarole*
-
Herb, Garlic*
Clove
-
-
-
Fennel*
-
Herb, Ginger*
Curry
-
-
-
Fiddlehead Fern
-
Kamut
Fin Crisp
-
-
-
Green, Beet*
-
Lychee
Flaxseed*
-
-
-
Green, Collard*
-
Milk, Almond
Green Lentil
-
-
-
Green, Mustard
-
Milk, Goat
Miso*
-
-
-
Green Onion*
-
Milk, Rice
Mushroom, Abalone*
-
-
-
Kale*
-
Milk, Soy*
Mushroom, Enoki*
-
-
-
Kelp
-
Mung Bean
Mushroom, Maitake
-
-
-
Kohlrabi*
-
Mung Bean Sprout
Mushroom, Oyster
-
-
-
Leek*
-
Nut, Macadamia
Mushroom, Portobello
-
-
-
Lettuce, Bibb
-
Onion*
Mushroom, Silver Dollar
-
-
-
Lettuce, Boston
-
Parsnip*
Mushroom, Straw
-
-
-
Lettuce, Butter
-
Popcorn
Mushroom, Shitake
-
-
-
Lettuce, Iceberg
-
Potato
Nut, Black Walnut
-
-
-
Lettuce, Mesclun
-
Puffed Rice
Nut, Butternut
-
-
-
Lettuce, Romaine*
-
Quinoa
Nut, Chestnut
-
-
-
Lime*
-
Radish
Nut, English Walnut
-
-
-
Okra
-
Radish Sprout
Nut, Filbert
-
-
-
Olive
-
Rice, Cream of
Nut, Hickory
-
-
-
Parsley
-
Rice Milk
Nut, Pecan
-
-
-
Pickles in Vinegar
-
Sauerkraut
Nut, Pine
-
-
-
Scallion
-
Seed, Sunflower
Nutmeg
-
-
-
Spinach*
-
Sesame Butter
Oatmeal*
-
-
-
Watercress
-
Shallot
Peanut Butter*
-
-
-
Zucchini
-
Cream of Rice
Fava Bean
-
-
-
-
-
Sour Cream, Low Fat
Peanut*
-
-
-
-
-
Soy Cheese*
Red Lentil
-
-
-
-
-
Soy Milk*
Rye Krisp
-
-
-
-
-
Sunflower Butter
Seed, Poppy
-
-
-
-
-
Sunflower Seed
Seed, Pumpkin*
-
-
-
-
-
Tofu*
Seed, Sesame
-
-
-
-
-
Turnip*
Spelt Flour Products
-
-
-
-
-
Water Chestnut
Tempeh*
-
-
-
-
-
Yogurt
Wheat, Sprouted
-
-
-
-
-
Yucca
Whole Wheat Products

The PLU Code

Remember. 

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.

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. A type A food colors garden would be specific for the needs of its creator or creators and quite personal. 

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