Recommended Vegetables for Blood Type O

Eat vegetables raw or steamed for the best nutrients.

BroccoliVegetables, sprouts, organic soy products (natto, miso, tempeh), and fresh herbs are best for you if they are fresh. For maximum health benefits, use organic, non-GMO vegetables, whenever possible. Vegetables are low in fat but contain good amounts of vitamins and minerals. All green-yellow-orange vegetables are rich sources of calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron, beta-carotene, vitamin B-complex, vitamin C, and vitamin A.

Leafy green vegetables rich in vitamin K are good to decrease type O’s tendency for blood-clotting problems.
Herbs are really medicines in smaller dosages. They contain unique antioxidants, essential oils, vitamins, phytosterols, and many other plant–derived nutrient substances that help equip our bodies to fight germs and toxins and boost immunity.

Sprouts are considered wonder foods. They rank as the freshest, most nutritious of all vegetables available to the human diet. In the process of sprouting, vitamins, minerals, and protein increase substantially with a corresponding decrease in calories and carbohydrates.

Eat vegetables raw or steamed to preserve their full benefits. Exclude the POISON vegetables from the diet completely.

Vegetables Intake

  • Raw: 140-175 g / 5-6 oz. X 3-5 servings daily
  • Cooked/steamed: 140-175g / 5-6 oz. X 3-5 servings daily
Source: Dr. Peter D’Adamo’s Eat Right For Your Type