Does anyone know which fruits and vegetables can I as a Blood Type O eat and which ones to avoid if possible? Are there certain ones that should be limited? Also does anyone have information on where I can find free juice fasting recipes?
You can also order a book, fairly inexpensive ($5.99US plus shipping), from the publisher. You can order a small booklet: "BLOOD TYPE O FOOD BEVERAGE AND SUPPLEMENT LISTS" from the Eat Right for your type book. You may be able to find it at amazon for less. It's well worth it and up to date.
Those of you who have read books on blood-type foods are being completely misled.
It may sound an attractive proposition, and perhaps a bit novel, but you have to think logically. It simply is not true.
The food for one elk is the same food for all elks.
The food for one sea lion is the food for all sea lions.
The food for one panda is the food for all pandas.
The food for one chimpanzee is the food for all chimpanzees.
And so on, and so on.
All animals in the wild are programmed to seek their own, natural foods. Given the chance, that is what they will do in the wild.
We, too clever for our own good, humans, are trying to "discover" something dietary that will answer all our prayers.
We are not brought into the world with a clip board, a team of scientists and blood-test results for goodness sake! Just like animals, we are designed to eat naturally. However we are so perverted in our diet thinking that we have lost touch with what is natural.
All fruits (yes, even if you have candida!) are natural foods for humans. We have the same physiological make-up as the ape and they eat foliage and fruits. They have the same gastro-intestinal set-up as us, and they thrive and survive on fruits and foliage - with just the OCCASIONAL animal protein such as ants etc. But VERY occasional.
Don't be sucked into this blood-type hype. It's attractive. But nonsense.
While I have some doubts for the blood type diets, what you said is not a good reason.
Chimpanzees, by example. Taken from wikipedia.org : Common Chimpanzees have an omnivorous diet, a troop hunting culture based on beta males led by a relatively weak alpha, and highly complex social relationships; Bonobos, on the other hand, have a mostly herbivorous diet and an egalitarian, matriarchal, sexually promiscuous culture.
But they are in fact 2 species, I don't know if they could reproduce with each other. What diet should their offspring have?
Humans are very particular, and according to D'Adamo, each blood type fits with a particular era of human evolution and the associated diet. You can not deny that the human diet changed a lot over the (thousand of) years. Much more than the chimpanzee diet.
Humans tend to interbreed a lot. If, in a particular place, A people, with ancestors that are only A's, breeded with A's, there would be one and unique blood type. But when these farmers or whatever begins to mix with O's, then it becomes quite complicated.