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TheViking
Monday, June 6, 2005, 12:09pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Hallois

I've been wondering about this for a long time, and after another member today posted what she ate during the day, I figure it is time with a thread of it's own for this purpose..

I figure it can be a very good resource for new people to figure out what to eat when suddenly their daily foods are avoids.. Also, it's a great way of reflecting on what we eat - don't worry about getting off topic.. - and it's also good for spotting those sneaky ingredients - since other people might see something wrong that's right in front of us but we just don't see it (or maybe we're not letting ourselves see it in fear of loosing another favourite..).


Okei. I'll start off, and I know today hasn't been a good day when it comes to ratios :/

Breakfast: Fried rump steak with about half of a green capsicum (green pepper).
               Water and all my daily NAP-pills (more on that in another post perhaps).

Snacks until around 1500: three plums and a few handfulls of almonds.. more water - brisbane water though, not sure how good all that chlorine is for me, but i use a britta water filter bottle when i'm out on the run, so that hopefully helps some..

Lunch at 1500: friend onion, almonds and rumpsteak. A glas of mango nectar

snack:  some dates..

Dinner many hours later: fried chicken breast with rice (normal rice today as one of my roommates don't like my natural brown rice..). Spiced it up with some cayenne pepper.

..More dates..


Soon I'm gonna have some crunchola cereal with soy or rice milk.. Maybe someone can tell me if the oat thing in crunchola is a problem if I'm coeliac? (still not sure if i'm coeliac - got a half-positive result, so have to go on a gluten diet soon and then recheck )



Okei, that should do for a start, now I pass the challenge on, what did you eat today?


PS: And please be critical about my food intake, it's the only way i'll learn - that and the direct effects it gives me some times.. :s

Oh, and maybe if someone knows what's causing my eyebrows to keep scalping? ..I have to re-apply with tea three oil all the time for keeping it from looking and feeling too horrible.. Is it the oats or maybe the soy? or cane sugar perhaps from soy chocolate thing? (not gonna have that chocolate for a while, gotta figure out how bad cane sugar is - got a feeling it's as bad as any sugar?


Cheers.


Suspecting: Crohn's (biospy, not 100%), Candida, wheat allergy/coeliac?, chronic sinusitis, fistulation :/, juvenile arthritis(?), milk intolerance...

Currently trying to fight the albicans kritters, but seems like a never-ending battle..
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As I said before today . It is a great ideal. that's why I posted want I eat today.
So again to get this thread off
Breakfast : small thin steak, two eggs. Flax seed oil . glass of water

Lunch : small bowl of left over chicken and vegies

Snack : green tea , coffee, low GI nut bar ( glutein and wheat free and dairy free)

Dinner " lamb chops and vegies. water

And now another cup of coffee > I know I must stop having coffee.

Lady bird
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Birgit
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In the morning I had my usual bowl of cornfalkes with rice/soy-drink

For lunch I had fried chicken meat and cooked vegetables.

Snack is fresh Ananas today.

Dinner will be spelt pasta with self made pesto.
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Viking - interesting read: How big is every serving of meat ???- I just wonder cause my O kid only get 2 servinga of meat/fish a day. Maybe more veggies(green) ? - just a thought

I had : eggs and spelt bread, with grapejuice, black tea.
midmorning: coffe(!) small pc of dark chocolate, and dried abricots.
Lunch fetacheese, smoked turkey, lettuce , red pepper, water melon. Water
afternoon. green tea and 1 slice of completely utterly BAD factory made cake !!!!(didn´t even taste good ( sorry- not perfect)
well my dinner will be : spring cabbage, new potatoes and lambchops mintbutter and 1 glas of red wine. and water.
Normally I have a banana and a glass of milk before bed.

I know It would be better for me to eat different - Large meal morning etc- BUT it is not possible for me- so I think it is better to eat real BTD food instead.


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Quoted from TheViking

Oh, and maybe if someone knows what's causing my eyebrows to keep scalping? ..I have to re-apply with tea three oil all the time for keeping it from looking and feeling too horrible.. Is it the oats or maybe the soy? or cane sugar perhaps from soy chocolate thing? (not gonna have that chocolate for a while, gotta figure out how bad cane sugar is - got a feeling it's as bad as any sugar?




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marciamyrs
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Today I decided to start eating according to my A+ bloodtype.

I had:
Breakfast: Maple and Buckwheat Cereal w/ plain soy milk and blueberries
Snack #1: peanuts and raisins
LUnch: HUGE salad with romain lettuce, oncion, carrots, and homemade dressing (parsley, onions, garlic, lemon juice, honey, olive oil, and white sugar) on top of the salad Lemon honey onion garlic pan seared perch fist and okra (last night's dinner leftovers)
Snack #2: more peanuts
I miss my Doritos but I want to eat right.  
Don't know about dinner yet.
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An average day consists of:

Breakfast:
3 eggs with parsley
a shake made up of pineaple juice, prunes & flaxseed meal
supplements: fish oil, fucus, all the vitamin b's, vitamin c, alpha lipoic acid, zinc and at the moment selenium

snacks through the morning of as many walnuts as I want plus a banana.
if I'm extra hungry, I'll have a rice protein shake mid morning.

Lunch is either kangaroo, venison or beef steak plus vegetables or salad (usually a combination of broccoli, spinach, cos lettuce, red capsicum, carrot, zucchini, etc)

snacks through the afternoon are the same as morning

Dinner is steak & vegetables and/or salad
Plus more fish oil, b's & c. If I haven't had any of the protein shake, I'll take supplements of calcium & magnesium as well.

All through the day I drink gallons of green tea & plain water.

The only avoid I know I eat is xantham gum as thickener in the rice protein drink.

Cheers,
Michael
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I had...

Breakfast: Eggs (1 whole/4 whites), Cherries & Blueberries (30 minutes before Eggs), Balanced Veggie Juice

Snack: Pineapple Juice (50% dilluted with water) mixed with 2 scoops of O BT Protein & 3 Flax Oil Pills

Lunch: Skirt Steak, Sweet Potato, Squash

Snack: Smoothie w/Soy Milk, Water, Guavas, Banana, Egg Protein, and Flax Meal

Dinner: Baked Chicken Breast and Wing, Black Eyed Peas, Chard, and Salad.

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This is pretty close to what I eat everyday, except that I alternate between fish and chicken. I eat beef almost every day. I also change up the drinks too.
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Hi there. I think this is my first post. I've been lurking. Let's see.
Here is everything I had to eat today.

Udo's green drink with fresh pineapple.

2 grilled buffalo patties, 1 raw egg yolk,  half a cup of black coffee
(Organic French Roast made in the French Press)

All organic fresh raw veggie juice made with 4 stalks celery, 1 carrot,
half a tomato, parsley.

Mostly organic salad! Romaine lettuce, tomatoes, spinach with garlic,
xvirgin cold press olive oil, lemon juice, and a wee bit of goat feta.

Fresh asparagus from my garden. Mmmmmm.








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Well, here goes for another A meal plan . . .

Had amaranth/oatmeal, sweetened with Stevia, sprinkled with nutmeg and cinnamon and topped with raspberry/apple sauce.

Lunch was a salad (romaine, green leaf & spinach with cucumber, radish, red onion, celery, korabi(sp?) topped with canned wild salmon and oil and no vinegar dressing.

For supper, I had left over tofu stir fry (tofu, kale, carrots, cauliflower, broccoli, onion, celery with home-made ginger, garlic sauce) over brown rice.

I snacked on walnuts, pumpkin seeds & raisins; rye crisp with peanut butter & fruit sweetened apricot jam (yum!)  Actually, ate way too many rye crisp and toppings!  Also had a nectarine.


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lady_bird
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Hi every one .

So great that you are posting want you eat . I am sure it will give the differnt blood types plenty of ideals.

Today
Breakfast : protein drink plus flax seed oil
Lunch : Sushi
Snacks: apple , coffee , nut bar
Dinner Chicken salad wrape ( stuffed up on wrape as wheat ) water
Lady bird
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TheViking
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Here I go again.

I woke up late today, so didn't have much time to prepare anything..
so..

Breakfast (8:30): A bowl of crunchola cereal with rice milk

lunch (2 pm): fried chicken (with some lemon and cayenne pepper) and boiled natural brown rice with a glass of mango nectar.

"afterlunch"(4 pm): Another bown of crunchola

Dinner(8 pm): fried rump steak with sprinkled almonds and fried sliced onion - with cabbage salad on the side (had cabbage yesterday as well, just forgot to mention).

I'll probably make a shake later with mango nectar, protein blend type O, walnuts, blueberries, banana (not much, still trying to get my body used to bananas again without getting a bad reaction - unless it's due to an actual allergy - which time will show as I increase the amount..). Have also snacked on some dates today..

My days are really bad right now with exam-stress and at the same time trying to find a new place to live, which shows again on my food habits :/ ..also, I've forgot all my tablets today, just remembered, but I presume the BTD supplements aren't like some medicines where's it's more or less a crises if you miss a tablet or two.. Oh, and I had a soychocolate today after last lectures before dinner..

The soy chocolate contains:
Cane sugar, cocoa butter, soy flour, cocoa mass, almonds, emulsifiers (soya lecithin, 476), flavour.

I'm most unsure about the cane sugar and "flavour".. Think I read somewhere that "flavour" is really bad if I've got gluten for some reason.. Any input on that?


That's all


And thanks for all good posts above, it's a great read and I presume it will just get better as people also comment on each others diets

Please just noone get offended by people commenting on your diet, it's all meant good, and you can choose how much to take in and adapt to

Alright, keep it rolling


Suspecting: Crohn's (biospy, not 100%), Candida, wheat allergy/coeliac?, chronic sinusitis, fistulation :/, juvenile arthritis(?), milk intolerance...

Currently trying to fight the albicans kritters, but seems like a never-ending battle..
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meal 1 (1:30am) : 2 whole eggs, 3 egg whites, 5 turkey sausages
green tea
meal 2 (4:00am) : 2.5 cans of tuna, little mayo, olive oil, and carrot chips

meal 3 (7:30am): 2 beef patties, some beef tips, green beans

meal 4 (11:45am): 2 beef patties

still 2 - 3 more to go today!


today is 'zero' carb day, tomorrow I carb up again.
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Morning: fresh grapes, cheeries, carrots, pineapple chunks

Noon: greens with shredded carrots, red onion, salmon steak and dried tomato/basil/olive oil dressing

Night: steak and side of spelt pasta with lots of red onion, carrots, artichoke hearts, feta, basil, olive oil

drank water all day, green tea at night
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Morning:  4 slices of rye and spelt crispbread with cottage cheese and honey/strawberry jam.  Coffee with soya milk

snack: dried figs, plenty of water

Lunch:  Dried cod fille (Icelandic speciality), half a bag of raw baby carrots

Snack: water and a cup of coffee

Dinner will be:  Cod fillets (fished by myself), with cucumbers, apple salat and fried onions.

After dinner will be one small beer

Cod day today
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I was just doing my daily checking on this sight, and thought I'd comment, and add my menu for today.  I try to eat a few different things everyday.  I'm still sort of a newbie to the BTD.

breakfast & lunch: I had 1/2 cup plain nonfat yogurt, (each meal- a total 1 cup yogurt
                          also, 1/2 cup of blueberries & rasberries (each meal,  1 C. total)

snack: 1/2 cup  craisins & walnuts

supper:  1 can of pineapple with juice (p.s. I checked the label & ingredients only mentions, pineapple, pineapple juice, & clarified pineapple juice concentrate) (doesn't mention sugar, so I think this was all legal to have on BTD menu for a B nonnie.

Yesterday, I gained a pound , I'm not sure if it was due to something new that I tried, or what? (I know I shouldn't be so concerned over one pound,   but I watch my weight carefully as an indication that I might be eating some avoid.  Usually, that's what it ends up to be.  Yesterday's supper consisted of (fried in olive oil), fresh baby spinach, brocolli, cauliflower, & carrots, & shitake mushrooms, sprinkled with garlic salt.  Would that make me gain a pound?  I had that along with my yogurt & berries for breakfast & lunch.  Oh yea, I almost forgot, I added 1 tablespoon of ground golden flax seed, (which I heard was supposed to be good for dry skin), & a second tablespoon of unground flax seed (which I heard was supposed to be good for keeping BM's regular). I also had some organic English Walnuts & Craisins(sweetened with fruit juice), both from HFS.

Almost forgot,yesterday,  I  also had a small piece of beef steak for supper.

I know I don't have a well balanced diet yet, but am working at adding new things all the time.  I'm desperately trying to lose a few pounds so I'm trying to be careful in adding new things to my diet.

It's interesting to see what all the different blood types eat in a day.  This has been an interesting thread Keep on keeping us posted & keep posting your menus


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Breakfast:  Buckwheat muffin with two tablespoons of peanut butter, cup of green tea

Lunch"  Two tacos (no cheese but they were beef) bowl of veggies (approx four servings) and some miso.  Chocolate chip cookie with walnuts.

dinner:  Organic Bar, some walnuts and two plums.   Later a glass of iced rooibos
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Wendy,

the only thing  that you have to remember is weighing yourself everyday is not the greatest idea for a couple reasons.  Water retention, whether or not you still have your period there is hormonal activity, also different days you will have  different levels of salt.  The best  defense is water..even adding a little lemon to it. Do exactly what your doing and it will come off. Are you exercising?  If you are and you have just started or beefed it up, remember that muscle weighs more than fat. And you might be building muscles right now.
One last thing.  You mentioned that you had some unground flax seed to help with Bm's. Actually, the flaxseed needs to be ground to help in that  area. whole flax seed , doesn't breakdown like you think.
Did this help at all?
Caroline


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I'm new to the BTD.......what do AB+ eat in the AM???
I'm having problems with edema......any suggestions??
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Breakfast: chicken veggie soup (but not until about 10AM)

2 cups of  white  tea

Lunch: big veggie salad with salmon and ground flax seeds in it, Annie's lemon chive dressing and flaxseed oil. total 2 tbls combined.VERY filling ,this is my biggest meal.

2 cups of peppermint tea

dinner/snack: Whole Foods turkey sausage. They are so great, they mix in the spices  while I wait. cooked carrots with my 2nd dose of  flaxseed oil.

60 ounces of water during the day



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Sound of the ocean rocks me all night long.
Last night in my dream
I saw your face again
We were there in the sun
On a white sandy beach of Hawaii


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Hi every one

I am enjoying want other O types are having as it is giving me some more food options. Thanks.
My food for the day
Breakfast: musile and rice milk and banana
Lunch: meat and cooked vegies, water
Snacks: coffee, rice cakes
Dinner: lamb and vegies, water
After dinner: coffee
I am trying to cut down on my coffee .
So far down half a kilo. = 1.1 pounds.

Lady bird
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Great going lady bird

Don't think to much of the weight though, just take the diet day by day figuring out how to adapt it and the weight should come off by itself (at least that's what I've been reading on the forum. I've never had much worries about weight though - only when it comes to not doing anything exercising and eating healthy, then I get too thin :s) My reason for the BTD is more the health benefits, like getting rid of my inflammation was my first step, which according to my last blood test should be gone (The doctors said they thought it was crohn's (which it might still be though) and wanted to put me on steroids..).

Anyways, back to topic, got very sidetracked there - sorry, it's been a looong day.


Breakfast 08:10: Crunchola and rice milk (a small bowl, wasn't much cronchola left)

Lunch 12:20: Reheated some chicken and rice (regular white rice - not my cooking, but leftovers from monday) - microwaved in the school cafeteria-thing..

2nd lunch15:30: (Still at school and overly hungry) So I went to a closeby china restaurant and ordered some chicken and rice thing and green tea. I asked if there was any gluten in the dish, they said there weren't, but thinking about it they might not have known what gluten is.. :/ ..Well, later this evening I started getting a runny/clogged-up nose thing - so think there was wheat or something nasty in that dish ..Not going back to that place in a while - if ever.. I just gotta get better at bringing good food with me for long school days.. Where in brisbane can I get some compliant beef jerkey??

dinner 7 pm: hamburger (lamb and beef thing - don't recommend it though, the beef ones are much better - but not my cooking..) with rice, cabbage, tomato paste and some doritos dip thing that I think is compliant - haven't spotten any avoids yet, so at least no obvious ones..

nightie 10:20 pm: protein blend type O, mango nectar, frozen blueberries, almonds, walnuts, sultanas (raisins). - It became a really thick blend. Don't think it's everybody's cup-o-tea, but I loved it - will definitely make this again Maybe try and find more benes to add.. sweet


I know I've still got a messed up diet though, need some serious fixing.. I've got no more long school days in quite some time now though - exam preparation period, so hopefully the days to come will be a bit better....

Ah, and I had a few dates as snack this evening - but not many - and a cup of green mint tea ....not sure if it can be called green tea though, it's the "green tea" bought at my local grocery store.. I've got some good 4 herb green tea herbs in my drawer, but I've been told i need some stainless steel stepans as to not spoil the herbs or something?   ..does it matter if the herbs lay there in my drawer for some time - it's in a air-tight bag thingie...??

Love all your posts, so just keep 'em coming


Suspecting: Crohn's (biospy, not 100%), Candida, wheat allergy/coeliac?, chronic sinusitis, fistulation :/, juvenile arthritis(?), milk intolerance...

Currently trying to fight the albicans kritters, but seems like a never-ending battle..
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CarolineC, thanks for writing.  I didn't know flaxseed needed to be ground to make things more "regular", you did help.  Thanks for writing.  I lost that pound again! (& again & again), I've been the same approximately for 3 weeks!  I know we are supposed to plateau at times, but it would sure be nice to be able to maintain at the weight I want to be.  I'm not far off though. I looked through my diet journal & saw that since 5/19, I went from 140 lbs. to 133.5, which I've been stuck at for the last 2 to 3 weeks, (give or take a pound here & there), I'm closer to my goal than I've been able to get after about 10 years of dieting...I've tried everything, fat free diet, counting calories, Weight Watchers, Atkins....but The BTD has gotten me closer to my goal than any of these other diets.  My goal is around 125-127, in that range.  That's a good weight for me, I know from having been there a few times in my life.  Well, I'm not going to worry about it, no one but me will notice the 5 & a half pounds anyway
Thanks though for your encouraging words & tips.  I love this diet, it's a way of eating I can do the rest of my life (with a possible little slip-up once in a while), one good thing I don't have the huge "UP SWINGS in pounds"  when I blow it.  Like all the other diets I've been on.  For example counting calories only, I could gain 7 lbs in ONE WEEKEND, & not be able to get that much off in a week!  Talk about discouragement!
But I haven't had that kind of thing happen on this diet.  It's only a pound or two, but I can lose that again during the week.  At least I've stablized somewhat in my eating habits.  The BTD has just made me feel so much healthier, no more regular UTI's, in fact I haven't gotten as much as a cold since starting BTD.  I feel my head is clearer, I have more energy, just all around feel good!
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It's still early in the day, so here was the other day's menu...

Breakfast:  1/2 cup thick rolled oats soaked overnight in filtered water, fresh cherries, handful of walnuts, then drizzled with a little blackstrap molasess

A Few Hours Later: one cup green tea and lots of water

Snack: 1/4 cup figs

Lunch: steamed parsnips, celery flower tops, collards, and garlic topped with some soy tempeh

Snack: a few dried apricots (my favorite snack food because it's portable, convenient, and fits into by purse

Dinner: big salad of romaine lettuce with sliced onions, celery, carrots, with 1/2 cup black-eyed peas and one slice Ezekiel

Snack: a few dried apricots

64 ounces of water throughout the day



Alia


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In the morning my usual bowl of cornflakes with soy/rice drink

later I had a cup of coffee

dinner was chicken meat with vegetables and vegetables (it doesn't happen very often that I find something compilant at our university mensa, but today I was lucky )

When I came back in the afternoon I had some raw Kohlrabi.

now I'm having a big cup of green tea and later for lunch I'm going to have sardines and a slice of rye bread.
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