Guardianship and Creative Caregiving



The type O blood and the 5 Chinese Elements chart merges the food colors with the Elements. This blood type diet aid provides the possibility of completing the meals of a day with the full color spectrum and all of the elements.



The selected foods, in combination, may provide a full complement of what the body needs- physically, spiritually, emotionally, and mentally.

While some of the charts at this time have more choices than others, I intend to see if expansion is possible by increasing the food color charts and studying the food placement in the 5 Elements.
Vegetables of Yesteryears


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Tropical Fruits


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Wood
Fire
Earth
Metal
Water
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Cherry
Pink Grapefruit
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Radish
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Pomegranate
Raspberry
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Red Pear
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Red Plum
Red Bell Pepper
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Red Grape
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Red Grapefruit
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Carrot
Apricot
Mango
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Persimmon
Papaya
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Pumpkin
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Rutabaga
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Sweet Potato
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Yam
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Lemon
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Grapefruit
Peach
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Yellow Bell Pepper
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Kumquat
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Pineapple
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Broccoli
Endive
Artichoke
Celery
Kale
Green Bell Pepper
Okra
Green Grape
Cucumber
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Lima Bean
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Spinach
Dill
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Pea
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Swiss Chard
Green Onion
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Zucchini
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Lettuce
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Plum
Purple Asparagus
Prune
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Purple Grape
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Raisin
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Purple Kale
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Banana
Fennel
Water Chestnut
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Tan Pear
Garlic
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Kohlrabi
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Leek
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Onion
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Shallot
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Tofu
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Turnip
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Black Eyed Pea
Amaranth
Almond
Cannellini Bean
Black Bean
Kasha
Sesame Seed
Millet
Brown Rice
Chestnut
Black Eyed Pea
Amaranth
Almond
Cannellini Bean
Black Bean
Lima Bean
Sunflower Seed
Pumpkin Seed
Walnut
Pecan
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Pine Nut

June 12, 2010
Taste of Provence


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Fruit at La Boqueria Market, Barcelona, Spain


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