Diet for Blood Group A

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Written by Divya Sanglikar | Article Reviewed by Dietitian julia samuel, M.Phil on Jun 30, 2018
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Diet for Blood Group A

People with blood group A are prone to heart disease, cancer or diabetes. Diet for blood group A should essentially consist of fresh vegetables and fruits. You will be naturally lean if you follow healthy vegetarian diet. Consumption of non-vegetarian food will lead to sluggish metabolism and weight loss. Type A has low stomach acidity and slow digestion power. So, it is advisable that you go for vegetarian diet. Your diet must include variety of nuts and oil seeds and legumes/pulses in the diet. Fresh vegetables are the source of nutrients for type A people. Milk and dairy products may slow down your system.

Follow the diet tips mention below if you are blood group A person:

  • Include in daily diet:
  • Chicken / fish / yoghurt
  • Flax seed / olive / peanut / pumpkin
  • All beans and legumes
  • Wheat in moderation / rice / pasta / bread / oat / rye
  • Garlic / onion /broccoli / carrot / kale / pumpkin / spinach
  • Berries / plums / prunes / figs / pineapple / grapefruit / lemon
  • Tamrind / meso / soy sauce / ginger
  • Coffee in moderation
  • Avoid in daily diet:
  • beef / pork / some fish like shrimps / oyster
  • Cheese
  • Corn / cotton / peanut / sesame / brazil nuts / cashew / pistachio
  • Kidney beans/ red beans
  • Whole wheat
  • Pepper / olive / sweet potato / yam
  • Melons / banana / cantaloupe / coconut
  • Ketchup / mayonnaise / pickle
  • Do deep breathing / calming exercises to maintain your health.
  • Chew food properly to improve digestibility.
  • Do regular screening for heart disease and cancer.
Diet for Blood Group A

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100100

My daughter having A positive and her husband having B positive.Is there any health issues for their children?

dimples108

it ws nyc reading this article but,i realised that some food that re considered bad 4 my blood group [type o]ends up being nutritious generally and if i stop eatin them,i might end up nt eatin anytin considerin my geographical location(nigeria).

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