Recommended Fruits for Blood Type A
Eat fruits alone or one hour apart from any other foods—best time is in the morning, on an empty stomach.
Eat fruits raw to preserve their full benefits. Buy organic and non-GMO fruits if possible.
Fruits are generally high in fiber, water, vitamin C, and some high sugars. Regular consumption of fruit is associated with reduced risks of cancer, cardiovascular disease (especially coronary heart disease), stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, cataracts, and some of the functional declines associated with aging.
Diets that include sufficient potassium from fruits and vegetables also help reduce the chance of developing kidney stones and may help reduce the effects of bone loss. Fruits will help lower one’s calorie intake as part of a weight-loss diet.
Most fruits are allowed, although try to emphasize the more alkaline fruits, such as berries and plums, which can help balance the grains that cause acid build-up in muscle tissues. Eat vitamin C-rich fruits such as grapefruit or kiwi, containing an important antioxidant for stomach cancer prevention.