- soy protein, such as tofu.
- certain grains, such as spelt, hulled barley, and sprouted bread.
- walnuts, pumpkin seeds, and peanuts.
- olive oil.
- certain fruits, such as blueberries and elderberries.
- certain kinds of beans and legumes.
What Should blood type A+ not eat?
Those with type A blood should choose fruit, vegetables, tofu, seafood, turkey, and whole grains but avoid meat. For weight loss, seafood, vegetables, pineapple, olive oil, and soy are best; dairy, wheat, corn, and kidney beans should be avoided.
Can blood type A+ eat bananas?
Fruits and Vegetables
Blueberries, cherries, figs, pineapple, plums and grapefruit are the best fruits. Type A people are told they can have asparagus, cucumbers, avocados, beets, strawberries and apples a few times weekly, but should avoid bananas, oranges, cabbage, eggplant, tomatoes and potatoes.
Can blood type A+ drink coffee?
Coffee is slightly acidic (pH 5.0–5.1)—type A’s need to increase stomach acid since they tend to have very low levels—and can have a stimulating effect because of its caffeine content. Drinking one to three cups per day has some health benefits.