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  1. 1. Blood group ab Meat Good: Turkey, lamb, veal liver, mutton, ostrich, pheasant Bad: Beef, chicken, duck, goose, guineau fowl, partridge, veal, game Fish Good: Cod, mackerel, monkfish, pike, salmon, sardines, tuna Bad: Anchovy, bream, eel, plaice, haddock, coley, halibut, octopus, salmon roe, sole, trout, whiting, clams, crab, lobster, oysters, prawns Dairy products Good: Fermented dairy products, feta cheese and goat's milk. Bad: Blue cheese, brie, butter, camembert, cow's milk and parmesan. Eggs Good: Goose, hen and quail eggs Bad: Duck eggs Oil Good: Flaxseed, olive, rapseed, peanut, soy, walnut, wheatgerm Bad: Corn, sesame, sunflower Nuts and seeds Good: Almonds, brazil nuts, cashew nuts, chestnuts, flaxseed, macadamia nuts, peanuts, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios, walnuts Bad: Hazelnuts, poppy, sesame and sunflower seeds Pulses/legumes Good: Soya Bad: Black beans, kidney beans, broad beans and chickpeas Cereals Good: Sprouted grain bread, barley, millet, oats, rice, rye, spelt, quinoa, wheat, wild rice Bad: Buckwheat, corn, tapioca Vegetables Good: Artichokes, capers, chilli, black olives, peppers, ghurkins, radishes, rhubarb Fruit Bad: Avocados, bananas, coconut, blackberries, guava, mango, oranges, persimmon (sharon fruit), pomegranates, figs, quinces, starfruit proteins l blood type a
  2. 2. Meat Good: Chicken, turkey, guinea fowl Bad: Beef, duck, goose, lamb, mutton, pork, pheasant, veal, game Tip: Eat white meat, but only in small quantities: your body doesn't tolerate it well. Fish Good: Cod, mackerel, monkfish, salmon, sardines, trout, whiting Bad: Seafood, anchovy, bream, eel, plaice, haddock, coley, halibut, herring, smoked salmon, sole, octopus Dairy produce Good: Feta, goat's cheese, goat's milk, mozzarella, ricotta, sheep's milk cheese, yoghurt (made from cow's, goat's or ewe's milk) Bad: Butter, cow's milk, all other cheese made from cow's milk Eggs Tip: By all means eat eggs, but no more than three a week! Oil Good: Flaxseed, olive, rapeseed, sesame, walnut, sunflower, wheatgerm Bad: Corn, peanut Nuts and seeds Good: Brazil nuts, cashew nuts, pistachio nuts Tip: Make sure you include nuts and seeds into your diet regularly, peanuts, walnuts and ground flaxseed Pulses and legumes Good: Chickpeas, kidney beans, lentils, butter beans, pinto beans Grains and cereals Good: Wheat, wheat bran Vegetables Bad: Aubergines, cabbage, capers, black olives, peppers, chilli, potatoes, rhubarb, sweet potatoes, tomatoes Fruit Bad: Bananas, coconut, melons, mangoes, papayas, clementines, orange. Blood b Meat Good: Beef, lamb, veal, mutton, ostrich, pheasant, turkey and game Bad: Chicken, duck, guineau fowl, goose, partridge, pork, quail Our tip: Like O, you can eat lots of meat, but you have a more limited choice. The best meats are lamb, mutton and game. Fish Good: Cod, plaice, halibut, mackerel, salmon, sole and sturgeon
  3. 3. Bad: Anchovy, bream, eel, octopus, pollock, salmon roe, clams, crab, lobster, molluscs and prawns Dairy produce Good: Goat's cheese and milk, mozzarella, fromage frais, feta, yoghurt and cow's milk. Bad: Blue cheese. Oil Good: Flaxseed, olive, wheatgerm, walnut Bad: All others Nuts and seeds Good: Amonds, Brazil nuts, chestnuts, flaxseed, macadamia nuts, pecans, walnuts Bad: Cashew nuts, hazelnuts, peanuts, pine nuts, pistachios, poppy, sesame and sunflower seeds Tip: Include nuts and seeds regularly in your diet, especially walnuts and flaxseed. Pulses/legumes Good: Black beans, chickpeas, lentils, soya Cereals Good: Wheat (semolina and white flour based products), sprouted grain bread, millet, oats, quinoa, rice, spelt Bad: Buckwheat, corn, tapioca, whole wheat, rye Tip: Strange though it may seem, choose white over wholewheat flour: it suits you better. Don't have big portions of cereal-type carbs. Vegetables Bad: Artichokes, olives, sweetcorn, pumpkin, radishes, rhubarb, tomatoes Fruit Bad: Avocados, coconut, persimmon (sharon fruit), pomegranate, Indian figs (Opuntia) and starfruit Blood o Meat Good: Red meat and poultry Bad: Pork and quail Tip: Favour red meat from grass fed animals: their meat contains more Omega 3s. Fish Good: Cold water fish like mackerel and herring Bad: Squid, pollock, octopus, abalone Tip: Eat fish regularly, but don't use it as a meat substitute: your diet should contain both. Dairy produce Good: Butter, cheese and yoghurt made from ewe's and goat's milk Bad: Cheese, cow's milk and yoghurt made from cow's milk Tip: Limit your intake to two yoghurts and two portions of cheese a week, if you tolerate it well. Eggs
  4. 4. Good: Hen and duck eggs Bad: Goose and quail eggs Tip: Eat up to 6 eggs a week. Oils 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 by far the most nutritious. Available in health and organic shops. Vegetables Bad: Capers, cauliflower, cucumber, leeks, button mushrooms, black olives, potatoes Fruit Bad: Avocados, melons, blackberries, coconut, kiwi, oranges, bananas,clementines Tip: Eat around 500g of fruit a day (2-3 pieces or servings).