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Typical Day's Food on the  Blood Type Diet

  Breakfast Lunch Dinner Snacks Approx calories
Blood Type O 1 banana, pear and apple Small can of tuna with salad made from romaine lettuce and baby spinach drizzled with olive oil Small lean grilled rump steak with roasted red pepper, sweet potato and onion Plums 1,000
Blood Type A 2 slices wholegrain bread with peanut butter and 1 small glass grapefruit juice Vegetable soup with 2 slices wholegrain bread and 3 dried apricots Salad made from lentils, green beans, brown rice, walnuts, romaine lettuce, celery and red onion, drizzled with olive oil Handful of cherries 1,150
Blood Type B Bowl of porridge made with half water and skimmed milk and 1 banana 1 jacket potato with cottage cheese and salad Lamb and pepper kebabs with tzatziki, brown rice and a green salad 1 pot fat-free yoghurt 1,200
Blood Type AB Puffed rice with skimmed milk and a glass of pineapple juice Salad made from mozzarella cheese and tomato with 2 slices rye bread and a kiwi fruit Turkey stir fry made with turkey breast, olive oil, broccoli, onion, cauliflower, carrots and mushrooms, served with brown rice 2 rice cakes with cottage cheese and a handful of grapes 1,200

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