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GOOD EFFECTIVE WELL PLANNED DIET. 6/22/01   .
BEFORE & AFTER PHOTOS
BEFORE AND AFTER PHOTOS
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How Much should you Weight?
WEIGHT-HEIGHT CHART
WEIGHT vercus HEIGHT CHART

DAILY REQUIREMENTS:
PROTEIN: 50-75g (depending on size of person, and blood type O needs more (75-100)
FIBER: 25-30g (most Americans get only17g)
CARBOHYDRATES:  (60% of calories should come from Veggies, Fruits, and Carb foods)
POTASSIUM: 99-300mg Satisfied with beans or soymilk, but not Isolated Soy protein.  To satisfy requirement for potassium, one of the following:   Raisins half cup (high in callories), or 1 Banana (low cal, but may constapate), or 2 cups (1 pint) of soy milk
WATER: 8 glases / day
OLIVE OIL: 1 tblspn / day (preferably at night) to avoid blockage, some say it is not needed, some say it is. (Using Olive Oil instead of butter or margerine, reduces the risk of Heart Disease & Cancer)
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WEIGHT LOSS FORMULA
W = weight in Pounds X 11 (Women) or X 12 (Men) = Calories needed to maintain weight. Use less calories and Loose weight (use more calories and Gain)
3,500 Calories = one pound (a tall person may loose up to one pound a day if physically active, but a short person can only loose a half pound per day). I got this forumula (and much of this info on this page) from a Consumers Reports book "Straight Talk About Weight Control"
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EXERCISE FOR 12 MINS PER DAY (light or heavy, depending upon what you are able to do): do calesthenics, jumping jacks, run (heavy activity), jog, walk (light activity), for 12 minutes per day, but do it continually for a full 12 minutes without stopping (as per Gary Null's "Complete Guide to Health & Nutrition",).  It takes many hours of strenuous, exhaustive exercise to loose one measly pound; but exercise helps keep your body in shape, and assist you body in functioning properly and thus assists in loosing weight, but don't try to make exercise be your primary weight loss effort, it wont work, you must DIET.
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SOY PRODUCTS FOR PROTEIN  and see FIBER BELOW
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ISOLATED SOY PROTEIN various brands
I advise Natures Life PRO 95 or PRO 96
PRO 96 (one scoop) 25g protein, 110 calories, 1g fat, 1g carb, no Potassium, no fiber.  
Wild Oats has its own cheaper brand, labled "vegetarian Soy Protein Powder"
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WARNING: too much protein will prevent weight loss
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SOY MILK White Wave "Silk" Soy Milk half gal, 720 Calories, 28g fat, 2,870 mg Potassium, no fiber
TEMPEH White Wave,  8oz, 450 cal, 18g fiber, 48g  protein (and excellent diet food) 30g carbs
Note: SOY is the Future of the World, as you can feed 17 times as many persons based on a Soy, Veggie diet, than you can on the current Standard American Diet.  What with the population explosion, the Future is Soy.
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UPDATE Aug 1st 2002
As per a new Fantastic Book
"The pH Miracle" by Young & Young
In addition to all of the below, I am now seriously limiting my intake of Fruits, Figs, and Dates, as well as Grains, but will continue with some brown rice (and some Raisins for Potassium, and some Apples for fiber, just not as much, nor as often, heck, I even broke down and had a Kiwi, yum). The reasons: Fruits ferment in the body causing an Acidic reaction (as do meats & dairy products, more so, way more, and grains to a certain extent). Your body takes Alkalines (which counteract deadly Acids) and stores them in Fat, for future use to protect our vital organs from Acidity. So if you go on a high Alkaline diet, and limit your Acidic Reaction Foods (meat is Alkaline, but causes a very powerful Acidic Reaction), then your body will not have to store as much Fat in order to counter balance for all the Acids which you used to use, and you will then lose more weight. (Alcohol, Sodas and Diet Sodas are also highly Acidic). An Akaline Diet is not only good for dieting, but for staying healthy, as; Bacteria, Fungus, Yeast, and Mold, all Flourish in an Acid environment. Acidity breaks down the immune system, and "Acid Diet denotes Acid Personality". The books says that Tomatoes, Avocados, Lemons, and Limes (even though Acidic) all cause an Alkaline Reaction in the body (but they are an acid to begin with, so use them only some of the time) -end of update
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MY DIET
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In a NUT SHELL:
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PROTEIN:  2 scoops of "Isolated Soy Protein" (Wild Oats Vegetarian Protein Powder, or Natures Plus Pro 95 or Protein 95) in a 1 to 2 cups of SILK brand Soy Milk (available at Vons, Albertson's, Smiths, and most grocery stores), and add this to about 2 cups of cold water, in a blender. Drink before bedtime.
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POTASSIUM: a hand full of raisins or better yet a pint of Carrot Juice, every day.
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VITAMIN REQUIREMENTS
VITAMIN and MINERAL CHART
Vitamins: get a Multi Vitamin AND a separate B COMPLEX or B STRESS or B-1000 or B-50 or B100 (so that you are getting 300 mg of B1 Thiamine, B2 Riboflavin, B6 Pyridoxine, and at least 300 mcg of B12 (but I get 5,000 to 10,000 mcg of B12 per day).  Synthetic Vitamins are cheaper than "natural" and just as good.
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FIBER: see charts on this page for foods you can eat for Fiber (blood type chart at bottom, and fiber charts also on this page), you need at least 20 grams per day. And I have a page on FIBER

Apples, Pears, Beans (which type of beans, depending upon which blood type you are. i.e. blood type O should not have Kidney Beans, but can have Limas (not every day, it can cause cramps), or Black Beans, or Pinto Beans), Brown Rice, or BEST YET "Oatmeal" (but not for blood type O (too much bile secretion), see chart for Fiber Foods).
EAT FRESH: FRUITS and/or VEGETABLES for BREAKFAST, and or Rice and or Beans.
These items (fruits, veggies, rice, beans) are "Complex Carbohydrates" and should be eaten in the Morning (lest they add weight).  Complex Carbohydrates are the Good, Natural Sugars which your body needs (in limited amounts).  While processed sugars should be avoided (no candy, no donuts, etc).  CELLERY is an excellent Diet Food, very few calories.
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READ LABLES: avoid anything with FAT, especially SATURATED FAT
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OLIVE OIL: one tablespoon (or 2 at most) per day of Olive Oil ("extra virgin" olive oil is best, but taste bitter until you get used to it, then it tastes delicious).  Add it to your Rice and or Beans (for extra flavor, you can also add low calorie sauces (read labels and count calories), such as Enchilada sauce (get brands with no Fat, and low in Calories, don't just depend of the front label, read the back Ingredients and the calories per serving, times amount of servings in can, etc) 
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AVOID ACIDITY: AVOID: sodas, alcohol, beer, wine, coffee, citrus (a little bit ok).
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DRINK LOTS OF WATER: but not during meal time (nor right before, nor right after, give at least an hour or 2 would be best to digest). 
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YOUR BODY NEEDS ALL OF THESE: 
The fibers are usually carbohydrates, so an apple is good towards both carbohydrates and fiber.   Excess Protein can cause: weight gain, frequent urination, and lack of calcium absorption.  Men need 75 grams and Women need 50 grams of Protein daily.   Soy Milk contains Potassium, but also has Fat, while Isolated Soy Protein Powders have 25 grams of protein per scoop, with only 1 gram of fat, but Isolated Protein does not have Potassium (lack of which causes cell membrane damages, typically in people loosing weight, and causes cramps, and causes hunger feelings).
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BLOOD TYPES: FOOD GUIDELINES
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BASIC GUIDELINES for BLOOD TYPE O PERSONS (options for other blood types, bellow)
My diet (I am (was) around 220 lbs, 6 feet 1 in and have been losing around 1 lb per day (if you are shorter or weigh less, you may opt to eat less, proportionally less)).   Addendum:  in the long run I did not loose 1 lb per day, but am making great progress. (only 13 lbs in 12 weeks, or 1 lb per week, now down to 207 lbs 9/13/01)
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1A) White Wave "Silk" Soy Milk half gal (720 Calories, 28g fat, 2,870 mg Potassium, no fiber)
2) Lima Beans small can (280 calories, 14g protein, 1236 mg potassium, 14g fiber, 52g carbs), WARNING: DO NOT eat Lima Beans EVERY DAY, as they contain "Purines"(? lost the paperwork), which can cause CRAMPS and possible Temporary Nerve Damage, so, easy on the Limas please;
(or Pinto Beans 1 can, 270 Calories, 14g fiber,  potassium 400mg??, 18 grams of Fiber, 48 g carbs)
3) To the Beans I ad one tablespoon of Olive Oil (14g fat, 120 calories)
4) Then every day, an Apple or Pear (or 2) and a hand full of Raisins.  
5) And lots of Water. (water cleans out your system, satisfies the psychological "ID", and is a good pH 7.0).
6) + 1 carrot & some celery (perhaps some Romaine, Spinach, Kale).   
A TOTAL OF 42g FAT, and around 1,500 Calories.  
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Another Option:  (perhaps the BEST OPTION, but you need to eat Veggies for Carbs, as Isolated Soy has no carbs, which you need)
1B) one can consume half the Soy Milk (cutting off 14g Fat and 360 Calories and supplement it with Isolated Soy Protein (Natures Life's Pro 96) which is (one scoop) 25g protein, 110 calories, 1g fat, 1g carb). for a Total of 29g FAT and 1,250 Calories daily.
  And one could opt to occasionally Fast for a day or 2 (prefer to eat).   I am hoping to loose 20 pounds soon.  I have lost 5 lbs in 5 days so far.
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I think that what people crave is Potassium (?) Thus with this diet the Potassium needs are well met, and thus the Craving for food is greatly diminished   Note: Celery has the highest Potassium/Calorie Ratio I could find.  Of course, with this diet you are already getting enough Potassium, and Celery has very little Potassium and very little Calories, but it is a good extra treat for dieting, doing nothing but good.
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UPDATE I am now (on some days) using less than one quart of White Wave Soy Milk (some days only a half quart), and I no longer use Rice on a regular basis
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NEW UPDATED DIET
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MORNING: FIBER & CARBS (blood type O, other blood types should use a different food sources)
 one can of LImas (high pH, high Potassium, high Fiber), or mix half Limas and half Pintos (wash beans off in strainer), Microwave Beans (WARNING: DO NOT eat Lima Beans EVERY DAY, as they contain "Purines"(? lost the paperwork), which can cause CRAMPS and possible Temporary Nerve Damage, so, easy on the Limas please)
Add Fresh Raw Diced Vegetables: Celery, Broccoli, Green Onion, Green Bell Pepper, Spinach (I usually dont have all in one day), I also add spices Thyme, Rosemary, and Ginger (you may also add fresh, raw garlic, and fresh raw ginger, or whatever? Blood type O should try (like everyone else) to avoid those pepper spices, they can cause canker sores, and other illness).  The Morning "Bean Salad" is high in Fiber and Raw Carbohydrates (I get my Carbs in the morning, thus I can burn off the carbs thru the day, as eating carbs at night, tends to turn the carbs into fat.  Carbs are grain products, fruits, vegetables).  Here in Las Vegas, there is a great vegetarian vegan restaurant called "The Raw Truth" which serves only Raw Foods.  Many medical health specialists hang out at the Raw Truth, and they also sell a wide variety of books on the subject.  Fresh, Raw Foods are very important and very healthy.   My "Bean Salad" is all raw (50%) except the beans (50%).  Note: I hate cooked broccoli, but raw broccoli tastes just like a radish, very nice, and very healthy (for blood type O).   POTASSIUM:  Raisins are the best source, but are also high in calories, thus Bananas are best for dieters, but may cause constipation, easy on the bananas (and check your blood type, some do not agree with bananas). 
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EVENING:  (for all blood types)
One cup (or more)  of Soy Milk in blender, add 2 to 3 scoops of Pro 95 or Pro 96.   In the blender, I also add 1 heaping tablespoon of Creatine Monohydrate (good for muscles), and 2,000 mg of MSM sulfur (makes physical exercise much easier, helps the joints, and prevents internal parasites), and  2 grams of L-Glutamine amino acid.  Note: my Mothers Doctor has my Mother on both MSM and L-Glutamine.   I used to use one full quart of White Wave Soy Milk, but have reduced this to only 2 cups, and sometimes only 1 cup, and ADD WATER in replacement for the soy milk, making a full blender full (else it is too thick with the Pro 95 or Pro 96).  Protein before bedtime, allows the protein to effectively go to the muscles.  Also note: large amounts of protein may cause frequent urination (so you may have to get up in the middle of the night a couple of times), and may prevent weight loss.   AND, you should see my Protein Formulas at PROTEIN INFO. Note: excessive protein may cause non-absorption of calcium, etc, etc.  The formulas are geared towards the amount of activity (sitting around all day, to working out for the Olympics).   But Protein in the amount of 50 g for women (or small men)  and 75 g for men (or large women) is just fine (blood type O may desire and require more, I get around 100 g instead of 75 g).   I have not been loosing as much, as quickly as anticipated, mainly due to too many figs, dates, etc.  
WATER: drink 8 glasses of water per day (or at least 4, ok?).  THIS IS OF PRIME IMPORTANTCE (and helps loose weight).
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END OF 9/13/01 UPDATE.
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FIBER:  You need 25 to 30 grams per day (or 11.5 g of dietary fiber for every 1,000 calories you consume).  Most  Americans are typically way under that (Women 12g, Men 17g), resulting in Unpleantries (intestinal gas, diarrhea, and if you don't drink enough water, intestinal blockage), Resultant Psychological Personality Problems, Bad Smelling People, Colon Cancer, and even Death.   Too much fiber can also cause problems. There are many categories of Fiber.  The 2 main types are Soluble & Insoluble, followed by many subtypes.  You should get all types
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LARGE QUANTITIES OF FIBER (depending upon your blood type)
BEANS, OATMEAL, BRAN CEREAL
AND THEN ADD MORE FIBER OF VARIOUS TYPES, IT IS IMPORTANT TO COUNT
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FIBER IN FOODS Listed in Grams "g"  (3.5 oz serving except where noted)
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Ezekile Bread (1 slice) 3g Fiber, 80 Calories, 4g protein 80mg Potassium (Why Ezekile bread? It is made from Sprouted Grains, thus the Husks have fallen off, some blood types are alergic to the husks)
Bran Cereal 35.5
Oatmeal 10.6
Oat Bran 6.6
Granola
Brown Rice 3.5 (White Rice only 1.0 - 2.8)
Wild Rice 5.2
Wheat Bran 15.0
Apple (1 med) 3.0
Apricots (dried) 7.8
Pear (1 med) 4.0
Figs 9.3
Prunes (dried) 7.2
Raisins 5.3 (3.5 oz serv) or 1 cup 6.6g fiber, 495 cal, 1,239g Potassium
(Raisins are an excellent source of Potassium, and ok with carbs, advise less than a half cup of raisins)
Cauliflower, raw 2.4
Potatoes, white, w/skin 5.5
Sweet Potato 3.0
Carrot (1) 3.3g fiber, and provides you the Vitamin A Requirements (do not exceed one (or 2) carrots, as Vitamin A overdose may be achieved, a serious overdose).
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BEANS an excellent source of large quantities of fiber (for those who cant consume Oats or Wheat), I advise getting the type right for your blood type (see chart info), and wash in strainer, use only seasonings right for your blood type, and you probably will not suffer from gas.  Purchase beans with No Fat, but add one tablespoon of Olive Oil (and you may add other flavorings, right for your blood type, such as spices, soy sauce, maple syrup, experiment).  Beans have one of the highest Fiber/Calorie Ratios, and are thus excellent for Dieting.   It is good to consume Beans with BROWN RICE or WILD RICE (or beans one on one day, and rice the next).   Rice and Beans when combined (or alternated) provide a "Complete Protein". .
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Beans, Baked (Vegetarian) 7.7 (3.5 oz serving)
Lima Beans, Del Monte (small can) 8g Fiber, 160 cal, 8g protein
Lima Beans, Del Monte (1 regular can) 14g & 280 cal, 14g protein
Pinto Beans, Westbrae (1 can) 18g fiber,  270 cal, 15 g protein
Vegetarian Beans, Heinz (1 can) 17g fiber, 490 cal, 21g protein
Italian Beans, Del Monte (1 can) 10g fiber, 105 cal, 3g protein
Black Eyed Peas, Albertsons (1 can) 15g fiber, 350 cal, 17g protein
Refried Beans, Rosarita No Fat Chile & Lime (1 can) 17 g fiber, 315 cal, 21g protein
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SOLUBLE FIBER
PECTIN Fruits (Apple Strawberry Citrus)
BETA-GLUCANS:: Oats Barley
GUMS: Beans, Cereals (oats, rice, barley), Seeds, Seaweed
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INSOLUBLE FIBER
CELLULOSE: Leaves (cabbage), Roots (carrots, beets), Bran, Whole Wheat, Beans
HEMICELLULOSE:  Seed coverings (bran, whole grains)
LIGNIN: Plant stems and Leaves, Peel and Skin
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AVOID COCONUT It is one of the most Fattening Foods
AVOID NUTS although I have listed some good nuts, nuts are highly fattening
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SEE BLOOD TYPE INFO, BELOW
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INFO FROM:
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"NURITION FOR DUMMIES" by Rinzler
DO GET THIS BOOK.  It has an excellent CHART in the back showing each food and how much of what it contains (Fat grams, Calories, Fiber, Vitamins,
Minerals, Protein, etc).
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"THE REAL VITAMIN AND MINERAL BOOK" by Dr Shari Liberman
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"STRAIGHT TALK ABOUT WEIGHT CONTROL" Consumer Reports book by Bennon MD, Bierman MD, Ferguson MD
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BLOOD TYPE INFO from "EAT RIGHT FOR YOUR TYPE" by D'Adamo/Whitney (I have omitted meat & dairy products from my list, and hope you will do the same, beter health)
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DO GET THIS BOOK, AS I HAVE ONLY LISTED SOME ITEMS IN SOME CATEGORIES
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note: SOME OF THE ITEMS LISTED BELOW, AS PER BLOOD TYPE, MAY NOT BE GOOD FOR LOOSING WEIGHT, ie. NUTS, AVACADO, etc. Use some common sense.

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IODINE & THYROID

Type O  MUST HAVE IODINE (some types may have Iodine, some may not), else their Thyroid Freezes Up (termed "Goiter), producing a thick neck, and the inability to loose weight (sometimes unable to gain weight).   The RDA for Iodine is 150mcg.  The ODI (Optimum Daily Intake as per Dr Shari Liebermans "The Real Vitamin & Mineral Book") is 150 to 300 mcg (unless you use Iodized Salt or Eat Seaweed, in which case the ODI is 0 to 150 mcg.   1,000 mcg is considered Safe.   Overdose (as per Dr Lieberman) 20,000 mcg or (25XRDA = 4,000 mcg as per another source) can also cause "Goiter".  I have had Thyroid problems, and now take around 1,000 mcg daily (Bernard Jensen's Liqui-Dulse (Dulse Iodine) 4 drops (in glass of water) = 225 mcg (I get around 17 drops daily, in one daily cup).  This (the above) is one of the main reasons for Fat People in the USA.(the other is Corn).
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WARNING: D'Adamo's "Eat Right 4 Your Type" brings up some good points, but some of his stuff is invalid. Reading D'Adamo, one must try to distinguish the good (true important data) from the total BS. Comments on D'Adamo
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TYPE O
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TYPE O SHOULD NOT CONSUME (** hamper metabolism and encourage weight gain)
**WHEAT, **CORN, **KIDNEY BEANS, ** NAVY BEANS, ** LENTILS, ** CABBAGE, **BRUSSELS SPROUTS, ** CAULIFLOWER, ** MUSTARD GREENS, Corn Oil, Peanut Oil, Safflower Oil, Brazil Nuts, Cashew Nuts, Peanuts, Peanut Butter, Pistachios, Poppy Seeds, Kidney Beans, Navy Beans, Lentils, Oatmeal, Granola, Cream of Wheat, Semolina Pasta, Spinach Pasta, Avocado, Cabbage (except Bok Choy), Mushrooms (Domestic, Shiitake), Olives (except Green), Potatoes (Red, White), Alfalfa Sprouts, Blackberries, Melon (Cantaloupe, Honeydew), Oranges, Strawberries, Tangerines, Apple Juice (but Apples are OK), Capers, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Pepper (Black, White), Vanilla, Vinegar, Ketchup, Pickles, Coffee, Distilled Liquor, Black Tea, Soda
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TYPE O MAY CONSUME (* encourage weight loss)
*KELP, *IODIZED SALT, *KALE, *SPINACH, *BROCCOLI, OLIVE OIL, WALNUTS, PUMPKIN SEEDS, GARLIC, KALE, HORSERADISH, LEEK, ROMAINE, OKRA, ONIONS, PARSLEY, CAROB, CURRY, CULSE, KELP (Bladder Wrack), PARSLEY, CAYENNE, TUMERIC, SWEET POTATOES, PUMPKIN, SEAWEED, EZEKILE BREAD, PLUMS, FIGS, PRUNES (source of Fiber), CHERRY, PINAEAPPLE,  PINTO BEANS, Beans (Lima, Black, Fava, Garbanzo, Green, *SOY, String, White), Peas, Buckwheat, Barley, Kasha, Rice, Spelt, Canola Oil , Apples (but not Apple Juice), Garlic, Basil, Clove, Paprika, Miso, Molasses, Pepper (Peppercorn, Red Flakes), Pimiento, Brown Sugar, Soy Sauce (non-wheat), Chocolate, Maple Syrup, Beer, Wine, Green Tea
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TYPE A
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TYPE A SHOULD NOT CONSUME (** hamper metabolism and encourage weight gain)
**MEAT, **DAIRY FOODS, **KIDNEY BEANS, **LIMA BEANS, **WHEAT (in overabundance),  Oils (Corn, Safflower, Cottonseed, Sesame, Peanut), Brazil Nuts, Cashews, Pistachios, Beans (Kidney, Lima, Navy), Cream of Wheat, Granola, Wheat Germ, Shredded Wheat, Wheat Bran, Semolina Pasta, Spinach Pasta, Cabbage (except Bok Choy), Eggplant, Lima Beans, Domestic Mushroom, Olives (except Green),  Peppers (Green, Red, Yellow, Jalapeno), Potatoes (Sweet, Red, White), Tomatoes, Yams, Bananas, Melons (Cantaloupe, Honeydew), Oranges, Papayas, Tangerines, Peppers (Cayenne, Black , Red Flake, White, Peppercorn), Vinegar, Beer, Distilled Liquor, Soda, Black Tea
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TYPE A MAY CONSUME (* encourage weight loss)
*VEGETABLE OILS, *SOY FOODS, *VEGETABLES, *PINAPPLE, SOY MILK, OLIVE OIL, PEANUTS, PUMKIN SEEDS, PINTO BEANS, BLACK BEANS, LENTILS, BUCKWHEAT, EZEKIEL BREAD, SOY FLOUR BREAK, WHEAT BREAD, OAT FLOUR, RICE FLOUR, RYE FLOUR, FOBA NOODLES, CARROTS, GARLIC, KALE, LEEK, ROMAINE, OKRA, ONIONS, SPINACH, ALFALFA SPROUTS, TEMPEH, TOFU, APRICOTS, BLACKBERRIES, BLUEBERRIES, BOYSENBERRYIES, CHERRIES, CRANBERRIES, FIGS, GRAPEFRUIT, LEMONS, PINAPPLE, PLUMS, PRUNES (source of Fiber), APRICOT JUICE, CARROT JUICE, CELERY JUICE, BARLEY MALT, MOLASSES, GARLICK GINGER, MISO, SOY SAUCE, TAMARI, COFFEE, Canola, Apples, Dates, Grapes, Guava, Kiwi, Kumquat, Limes, Loganberries, Melons (except Honeydew & Cantaloupe), Peaches, Pears, Raisins, Strawberries, Nectarines, Corn, Celery Cauliflo0wer, Avocado, BokChoy, Lettuce (Iceberg, Boston), Mushrooms (except Domestic type), Green Olives, Green Onions, Radishes, Seaweed, Shallots, Squash (all types), Zucchini, Watercress, Oat Meal,
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TYPE B
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TYPE B SHOULD NOT CONSUME (** hamper metabolism and encourage weight gain)
**CORN, **LENTILS, **PEANUTS, **SESAME SEEDS, **BUCKWEAT, Wheat (pasta, bread), Tempeh, Tofu, Olives, Avocado, Corn, Radishes, Rye, Cornflakes, Cream of wheat, Tomato, Soda, Distilled Liquor
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TYPE B MAY CONSUME (* encourage weight loss)
*GREEN VEGETABLES, *LICORICE TEA, OLIVE OIL, KIDNEY BEANS, LIMA BEANS, NAVY BEANS, BROWN RICE, OATMEAL, CABBAGE, CARROTS, CAULIFLOWER, MUSHROOMS, SWEET POTATOES, YAMS, EGGPLANT, GREEN PEPPERS, GRANOLA (no wheat),  EZEKILE BREAD, RICE CAKES, BANANAS, GRAPES, PINAPPLE, PLUMS, CRANBERRIES, PAPAYA JUICE, CAYENNE PEPPER, CURRY, GINGER, HORSERADISH, PARSLEY, and may also consume *SOY, Canola Oil, Celery, Dates, Melons, Raisins, Prunes (source of Fiber), Strawberries, Oranges, Pears, Apples (source of Fiber), Figs, Mangos, Lemons, Limes, Kiwi, Guava, Boysenberries, Blueberries, Blackberries, Apricots
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TYPE AB
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TYPE AB SHOULD NOT CONSUME (** hamper metabolism and encourage weight gain)
**RED MEAT, **KIDNEY BEANS, **LIMA BEANS, **SEEDS, **CORN, **BUCKWHEAT, **WHEAT (pasta, breads), Buckwheat, Cornflakes, Kasha, Corn, Avocado, Green Peppers, Red Peppers,, Radishes, Bananas, Guava, Mangoes, Oranges, Distilled Liquor, Sodas
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TYPE AB MAY CONSUME (* encourage weight loss)
*TOFU, *GREEN VEGETABLES, *KELP, *PINAPPLE, OLIVE OIL, PEANUTS, WALNUTS, CHESTNUTS, NAVY BEANS, PINTO BEANS, *SOY BEANS, LENTILS, BROWN RICE, EZEKILE BREAD, RYE, SOY, BROCCOLI, CAULIFLOWER, CUCUMBER, EGGPLANT, GARLIC, SWEET POTATOES, ALAFALFA SPROUTS, *TEMPEH, YAMS, CELERY, CELERY JUICE GRAPES, FIGS, LEMONS, PINEAPPLES, PLUMS, CHERRYS, CARROT JUICE, CURRY, MISO, PARSLEY, COFFEE, Oatmeal, Apples, Boysenberries, Melons, Papayas, Nectarines, Prunes (source of fiber), Raisins, Strawberries, Tangerines
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