Blood Type Diet Type 'O' Foods, Page 1
from the book Eat Right 4 Your Type by Dr. Peter J. D'Adamo
Last updated: Jan 18, 2001

THE ANALYST TM
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MEATS & POULTRY

Highly Beneficial
Beef: regular,
  ground
Buffalo
Heart
Lamb
Liver
Mutton
Veal
Venison

Neutral
Chicken
Cornish hens
Duck
Partridge
Pheasant
Quail
Rabbit
Turkey

Avoid
Bacon
Goose
Ham
Pork

SEAFOOD
Highly Beneficial
Bluefish
Cod
Hake
Halibut
Herring
Mackerel
Pike
Rainbow trout
Red snapper
Salmon
Sardine
Shad
Snapper
Sole
Striped bass
Sturgeon
Swordfish
Tilefish
White perch
Whitefish
Yellow perch
Yellowtail

Neutral
Abalone
Albacore (Tuna)
Anchovy
Beluga
Bluegill bass
Carp
Clam
Crab
Crayfish
Eel


Flounder
Frog
Gray sole
Grouper
Haddock
Lobster
Mahimiahi
Monkfish
Mussels
Ocean perch
Oysters
Pickerel
Porgy
Sailfish
Scallop
Sea bass
Sea trout
Shark
Shrimp
Silver perch
Smelt
Snail
Squid (calamari)
Turtle
Weakfish

Avoid
Barracuda
Catfish
Caviar
Conch
Herring (pickled)
Lox (smoked salmon)
Octopus

EGGS & DAIRY

Highly Beneficial
(See Chart Below)

Neutral
Butter
Farmer
Feta
Goat cheese
Mozzarella
Soy cheese*
Soy milk*
  *Good dairy
  alternatives

Avoid
American
Blue cheese
Brie
Buttermilk
Camenbert
Casein
Cheddar
Colby
Cottage
Cream cheese
Edam
Emmenthal
Goat milk
Gouda
Gruyere
Ice cream
Jarlsburg
Kefir
Monterey jack
Munster
Neufchatel
Parmesan
Provolone
Ricotta
Skim or 2% milk
String cheese
Swiss
Whey
Whole milk
Yogurt: all varieties

Blood Type O                                          Max. to consume per week  O
food portion African ancestry Caucasian ancestry Asian ancestry
eggs

cheeses

yogurt

milk

1 egg

2 ounces

4-6 ounces

4-6 ounces

0

0

0

0

3-4 x

0-3 x

0-3 x

0-1 x

5 x

0-3 x

0-3 x

0-2 x