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When Group A individuals eat meat, they experience sluggishness. As realized earlier, Group A individuals have low stomach-acid content, therefore they have a hard time digesting meat. Since Group A individuals eat very little animal protein, nuts and seeds supply an important protein component. Group A individuals also thrive on the vegetable proteins found in most beans and legumes. These beans can cause a decrease in insulin production, which may cause obesity and diabetes. Tofu should be a staple in the Group A Diet.
Dairy foods are also poorly digested by Group A, and can cause metabolic slowdown. Group A can tolerate small amounts of fermented dairy products such as yogurt, kefir, nonfat sour cream, and cultured dairy products.
Vegetables are vital to the Group A Diet, providing minerals, enzymes and antioxidants. Group A individuals are very sensitive to the lectins in potatoes, sweet potatoes, yams, cabbage, tomatoes and peppers. They aggravate the delicate stomach of Group A. Group A should eat more fruits that are alkaline, avoid mangoes, papaya and oranges for they are not good for your digestive tract.
□ Have low stomach-acid content, thus have hard time digesting meat
□ Vegetables are vital
□ Important protein sources include nuts, seeds, beans and legumes
□ Dairy foods cause metabolic slowdown
□ Avoid meat and dairy products
□ Avoid beverages that contain even low dosage of alcohol
□ Avoid high-intensity exercises
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