Carbohydrate, Balanced and Protein Diet Types Last updated: Jan 18, 2001

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THE CARBOHYDRATE TYPE DIET ALLOWABLE FOODS CHART

PROTEINS

CARBOHYDRATES

OILS/FATS

25%

60%

15%

MEAT/FOWL SEAFOOD DAIRY GRAIN VEGETABLE FRUIT NUT/SEED OIL/FAT
 Light meats  Light fish  Non/Low fat  Whole grains only  High starch  Low starch  All are OK  Use sparingly  Use sparingly
 chicken breast  catfish  cheese  High starch  potato  beet green  apple  Same as below  Same as below
 cornish hen  cod  cot. cheese  amaranth  pumpkin  broccoli  apricot
 turkey breast  flounder  kefir  barley  rutabaga  brussel sprout  cherry    
 pork, lean  haddock  milk  brown rice  sweet potato  cabbage  citrus    
 ham  halibut  yogurt  buckwheat  yam  chard  grape    
 Only occasional lean red meat or restrict entirely  trout  eggs  corn  Mod. starch  collards  melon    
 tuna, white    couscous  beet  cucumber  peach    
  LEGUMES  kamut  corn  garlic  pear    
   Use sparingly  kasha  eggplant  kale  pineapple    
   High starch  millet  jicama  leafy greens  plum    
     dried beans  oats  okra  onion  tomato    
     dried peas  quinoa  parsnip  parsley  tropicals    
     lentils  rice  radish  peppers      
     Low starch  rye  spag. squash  scallion      
     tempeh  spelt  sumr squash  sprouts      
     tofu  triticale  yellow squash  tomato      
    NUTS  wheat  turnip  watercress      
     Use sparingly    zucchini        

 

THE BALANCED TYPE DIET ALLOWABLE FOODS CHART

PROTEINS

CARBOHYDRATES

OILS/FATS

30%

50%

20%

 

THE PROTEIN TYPE DIET ALLOWABLE FOODS CHART

PROTEINS

CARBOHYDRATES

OILS/FATS

40%

30%

30%

MEAT/FOWL SEAFOOD DAIRY GRAIN VEGETABLE FRUIT NUT/SEED OIL/FAT
 High purine  High purine  Whole fats  Whole grains only  Non-starchy    Non-sweet only  All are OK  All are OK
 organ meats  anchovy  Low purine  High starch  asparagus    avocado  walnut  butter
 pate  caviar  cheese  amaranth  beans, fresh LEGUMES  olive  pumpkin  cream
 beef liver  herring  cot. cheese  brown rice  cauliflower  Non-starchy    peanut  ghee
 chicken liver  mussel  cream  buckwheat  celery  tempeh  Use sparingly  sunflower  oils
 Med. purine  sardines  eggs  corn  mushrooms  tofu Not fully ripe:  almond  almond
 beef  Med. purine  kefir  couscous  spinach  High starch  apple  cashew  coconut
 bacon  abalone  milk  kamut  High starch  beans, dried  pear  brazil  flax
 chicken  clam  yogurt  kasha  artichoke  peas, dried  High starch  filbert  olive
 duck  crab    millet  carrot  lentils  banana  pecan  peanut
 fowl  crayfish    oat  pea  Low purine    chestnut  sesame
 goose  lobster    quinoa  potatoes, fried in butter  tempeh    pistachio  sunflower
 kidney  mackerel    rice  winter squash  tofu    coconut  walnut
 lamb  octopus    spelt    Med. purine    hickory  
 pork chops  oyster    triticale    beans, dried    macadamia  
 spare ribs  salmon        lentils      
 turkey  scallop             Nuts are listed from high to low for protein content
 veal  shrimp            
 wild game  snail            
 dark meat is best  squid            
 tuna, dark            
Additional information can be obtained from The Metabolic Typing Diet by William L. Wolcott and Trish Fahey 2000. The Web Site Healthexcel.com offers additional testing options and general information.