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Eline
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I'm type A negative, Can I eat tuba, canned and fresh ?
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I'm type A negative, Can I eat tuba, canned and fresh ?

Welcome, Eline!

Here is a link to the Typebase Listing for foods rated for the Blood Type Diet:
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/typeindexer.htm

The only Tuna I see listed is Bluefin which is Neutral for A Blood Types:
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/depictor5.pl?429


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Eline - welcome to this wonderful website.  

Tuna is one of my fav foods.  
Love to put a big scoop of Tuna salad on my green salad - no need for salad dressing.
I always feel good when I eat tuna.

You will find all sorts of support here. Ask lots of questions.

Don't get discouraged if there doesn't seem to be  much happening the next couple of days - (Holiday - folks are busy)
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When a food is listed as being neutral or beneficial, it's OK to use it in fresh, canned, or frozen form. This is true of fish, beans, fruits,  vegetables, etc.

Just use common sense and read ingredients carefully before buying. Canned peaches in heavy syrup, made with corn syrup, is an "avoid" food if you're not supposed to eat corn. Tuna packed in soybean oil is an "avoid" food if you're not supposed to eat soy.

Even if you are allowed corn, canola, and/or soy, it's still wise to avoid those three foods unless they're organic, because most corn, soy, and canola in the USA is genetically modified (GMO.) Tuna packed in water or olive oil is a safer choice.

If this sounds like too much to do at once, it's OK to make small changes at a time. I used up the food already in my house, but took extra care the next time I went grocery shopping. Over the course of a few weeks, my whole kitchen got switched over. If you live in the USA, it may be wise to wait until after Thanksgiving to change your food shopping habits, since the stores are packed right now.


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ruthie -   well said  
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