Type A Blood Food Colors



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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.



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


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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I met an African-American artist when he was teaching seniors at the James A. Bland Houses community center where we lived.
I would play with friends and other children and then go into the room and watched skilled elders use oils
to paint the still life of fruits and flowers or other arrangements.  I looked at the arrangement. their faces, and the
path of the brush from the pallette to the canvas.

I observed for a couple of years before I got up the courage to bring in a portrait of a woman.  This artist shared his wisdom
about color- how hair and skin have more than one color.  The woman's face began to move out beyond the page with 3 dimensional
quality.   I realized how flat it was before.

I don't remember the artist's name.  I am still researching to find it.

In that time, I accepted art supplies from Mr. Alleyne, my 8th grade Spanish teacher who thought it would help me improve my grade
and a shop teacher who made a gift of a box of pastels and to whom I promised to write.  I kept neither of those agreements.
I created art for the Spanish teacher but he never saw them.  I thought they were not good enough and discarded them in the incinerator.

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From lessons my mother purchased for me from the Famous Artists School, 
traveling to Jamaica, New York for six Saturdays with my friend Karen Dixon who gave her time to be my traveling
companion and busied herself while I attended art classes for which I will always be grateful; attending the
High School of Art and Design; my major at Pratt Institute,  and later, at Delphi University, taking Entura Art
with Patricia Hayes brought the love of art full circle, all contributed to what I do today