I consider Dried fruit and raw nuts, a healthy supplement that can stave off hunger.
This is my favorite with sources of phyto-nutrients, anthocynanins, and omega 3’s as well as Calcium, Magnesium and Potassium.
This will help stave of cramping also.
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Alpha lipoic acids, are found in the Blood Type A Polyvites and arabinogalactins for every blood type provide immune control and digestion help for your body. I highly suggest the Alpha lipoic acid to normalize insulin response to sugars, keeping sugar levels LEVEL.
Deflect-specific for all blood types, is another compound that will help with leaky gut syndrome, and digestion. This will keep your intestinal cilli (little finger like things from losing their wave like motion- staying healthy in your colon to absorb nutrients.)
Raw Whole Almonds 8 oz
You can use raw almonds for snacking or trail mix or baking. They are neutral for all, and very good for magnesium support. This helps ease inflammatory and deficiencies needed for pain relief.
Almonds, sliced, raw
GI: low (Glycemic Index)
biotin 49%, vitamin E 40%, Manganese 27%, Copper 26%, Vitamin B12 18%, Phosphorus 16%, Magnesium 15%, Molybdenum 15%, Fiber 11%
Walnuts (Raw) 4.5 oz
Walnuts are a great source of Omega 3’s, Vitamin E in alpha tocopherol form
nutritional differences between tree nut eaters and non-eaters, researchers have reported some pretty notable findings: on a daily average, tree nut eaters take in 5 grams more fiber, 260 milligrams more potassium, 73 more milligrams of calcium, 95 more milligrams of magnesium, 3.7 milligrams more vitamin E, and 157 milligrams less sodium!
|Cardiovascular Aspect||Walnut Benefit|
|Blood Quality||decreased LDL cholesterol; decreased total cholesterol; increased gamma-tocopherol; increased omega-3 fatty acids in red blood cells (alpha-linolenic acid)|
|Vasomotor Tone||decreased aortic endothelin; improved endothelial cell function|
|Risk of Excessive Clotting||decreased maximum platelet aggregation rate; decreased platelet activation|
|Risk of Excessive Inflammation||decreased C reactive protein (CRP); decreased tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNF-a)|
Dried Cherries (Montmorency) without Sulfites 7.5 oz
A 1-cup serving of raw, pitted Montmorency cherries contains 2 1/2 grams of dietary fiber. This amount supplies 8 percent of the recommended daily allowance of fiber for a healthy adult following a 2,000-calorie diet. Sour cherries contain both soluble and insoluble fiber. A high overall intake of both types of fiber may help regulate bowel movements and prevent diabetes and high blood cholesterol. A 2009 “Nutrition Reviews” report added that dietary fiber may also decrease the risk of stroke, cardiovascular disease, obesity and hypertension.
Montmorency cherries fulfill 25 percent of the RDA of vitamin C in every 1-cup serving. Vitamin C supports the health of the bones, blood vessels, skin and immune system. Its antioxidant properties allow it to prevent DNA damage by inhibiting the activity of free radical compounds. According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, eating plenty of vitamin C-rich foods like sour cherries may lessen the risk of cancer, atherosclerosis, gall bladder disease, stroke, heart disease and osteoarthritis. Exposure to light, air and heat significantly reduces the concentration of vitamin C in produce. Maximize the amount you receive by storing cherries in the refrigerator and consuming them within three to four days of purchase.
Every cup of fresh Montmorency cherries provides 1,989 International Units of vitamin A, or approximately 40 percent of the recommended daily intake of the vitamin. Vitamin A is required for cellular reproduction, eye health and the proper functioning of the immune system. Adequate intake of vitamin A may help prevent cancer and eye disorders like cataracts or age-related macular degeneration. Vitamin A is fat-soluble, so consume cherries with a source of fat for the maximum absorption in the intestines. Try adding pitted, sliced Montmorency cherries to a salad tossed with olive oil-based dressing, or incorporating cherries in sauces or salsas used to top grilled chicken or fish.
Sour cherries like Montmorency cherries contain a high concentration of anthocyanins, the antioxidant flavonoid compounds that are responsible for the dark coloring of cherries and other deeply colored fruits like grapes. A 2009 study conducted at the University of Michigan found that the anthocyanins in Montmorency cherries significantly increased the antioxidant activity in the bodies of adults up to 12 hours after eating 1 1/2 cups of the sour cherries. The scientists hypothesized that eating sour cherries regularly could reduce the risk of heart disease and inflammation-related disorders like arthritis. Flavonoids like anthocyanins may also help prevent osteoporosis, ulcers, infections and digestive problems.
Add 1 cup of regular walnuts for the omega 3’s and one cup of raw almonds. I use
approximately 1 cup of cherries in the 2 cups of nuts, and sometimes I add dried
cranberries. I mix in a large empty cranberry bag by turning upside down and shaking, and turning right
side up again, and shaking till all is homogeneous.
These fruits are for Blood Type B
Dried Papaya, Mango and Pineapple
Trail Mix for Blood Type B and Blood Type O
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This basic trail mix of un-sulphured fruits contains dried pineapple, dried mango and dried papaya with some un-sugared banana chips and walnuts.
Natural Bromelain, Papain, and mango with Walunts for Omega 3’s
- Blood Type O and B Digestive Enzymes in natural Fruits:
- Natural Sweetners no artificial sweetners:
- Striving to bring you high quality low allergy dried fruits and nuts for a pick me up snack.
For your homemade healthy simple trail mix.
Blood Type B’s have other highly beneficial fruits for this trail mix.
I would use two bags of the Blood type B Tropical mix for each 1 cup of Walnuts, and 1 cup of raw Almonds