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Alia Vo
Sunday, October 9, 2005, 3:08pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

Kyosha Nim
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Here's yesterday's meals, since I just only had breakfast so far:

b: thick oats, soaked walnuts, fresh figs, and a drizzle of blackstrap molasses--great start to the day!

s: dried fruit

l: romaine salad with fresh vegetables and homemade black beans

s: fruit

d: 2 slices of Ezekiel toast with steamed collards and yellow onions

s: 1/4 cup dried apricots and carrot sticks

eight glasses of water, one cup of green tea


Alia A. Vo
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Isn't and wouldn't that be a great "ice-breaker" question?  So, my name is _____ and exactly what did you eat today?  I love it.  To answer the Q for U ~ for breakfast I had a fresh pineapple/mango smoothie.  Did the supplements too.  Drank as much water as I could get down before heading out the door.  Threw a banana in my purse and knew I would consume it in an hour.  For lunch, shrimp stir fry with brocoli, portabellos and purple onion seasoned with garlic and sea salt. For a snack during the longest baseball game ever .... I ate raw almonds, walnuts with raisins.  For supper, probably ground buffalo with garden tomatoes (the last of the season!!) with feta cheese on top of spelt pasta. And of course, more water ... and a delightful glass full of sparkling water too. Thanks for asking.  
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porridge oats/soya milk  (no sugar)
glass pineapple juice

2 rice cakes with cottage cheese (i cant find another cheese yet, and i love cottage cheese)
coffee/with sugar and semi-skimmed milk

basmati rice/past sauce and minced beef (OUCH)
pineapple juice
coffee/sugar and semi skimmed milk.
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muffins again, plum and an apple
mung bean noodles with leftover whiting and leftover veggie soup
simple raw celery sticks
more muffins
romaine salad with boiled eggs
coffee, water and probably a glass of red wine sooner or later

My six year old was offered Shelton's turkey jerky and a mozerella cheese stick versus the leftover whiting.  
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Nature's Path Optimum Power Instant Oatmeal packet (the one with blueberries, flaxseed & cinnamon) + 1 1/2 Tbsp. quinoa flakes
1 tsp ghee, ginger powder, 1 scoop O protein
1 c pineapple juice

Ground veal patty, broccoli, green beans, olive oil

3 prunes, 1/2 oz. walnuts  (I usually have these with lunch, but forgot to bring Unibars to work, normally have half a unibar in the afternoon, so just stretched my lunch today.)

Dinner will be
Baked cod, rice, broccoli, green beans, zucchini, red peppers, carrots, olive oil

Banana, 2 tbsp. tamari pumpkin seeds

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Alia Vo
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thick oats, fresh figs, soaked pumpkin seeds (my standard breakfast, I vary the fruit and nuts/seeds--I love my oatmeal in the morning)


romaine lettuce, sliced celery, tempeh with a dressing of e.v.o.o and Celtic sea salt


sprouted bread with a side of greens, chopped carrots, and alfalfa sprouts


water with sea salt, green tea


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Brunch 11:30 AM
Scrambled organic egg
turkey bacon
fruit salad (blueberries,strawberries,kiwi,cantaloupe)
4oz cranberry juice mixed with seltzer water

Dinner 6:30 PM
5oz baked chicken seasoned with rosemary
broccoli seasoned with ghee and sea salt
baked sweet potato with ghee
raspberry leaf tea

snack 2:00 PM
1-1/2 oz almonds

MtDNA Haplogroup J2A1A1A2
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Celiac disease diagnosis June 2015
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Tuesday, October 11, 2005, 5:53pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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last of the pumpkin muffins
scrambled eggs with onion and yellow squash, sea salt, italian seasonings

scottish oats with pumpkin seeds and dried cranberries
coffee with chocolate soy milk

dinner will probably be turkey burgers with baked acorn squash, olive oil and salt
sliced apples  
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oats/soya milk

spinach maria (from the menu on here)

later probably have rice cakes and 2 plums
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Hi, I'm really the same person as JayneO, but new internet provider caused some problem and I have to be Jayney-O.....alas. But it seems as though no one is to have black pepper if I understand correctly. Alas, again. Though I love cayenne. Was Lola suggesting we grind our own cayenne? Jayney-O
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BF coffee with blackstrap molasses* (mmmmm)
   1 pc spelt bread* with PB* & molasses (mmmm again)

lunch leafy dark greens with feta* & lemon/olive oil/oregano dressing*
        a pear*

snack PB with a few celery stix  

dinner will be stir fry with rice noodles (onions, celery, various asian mushrooms*, tofu, garlic, carrots, low-sodium soy*, sesame seeds)

I gained a few pounds over last weekend (wedding & such) so am being careful & it's working! pronto!  

* = thank you Trader Joe's!!!
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I had  packaged rice cereal with carragenan-free soy milk with handful of blueberries, walnuts and flax seed meal.

Lunch:   left-over pureed root soup, with roastbeef slices rolled up with canola, wasabi mayonaise, some goat cheese and fresh spinach....and carrot curry salad with shredded carrots, raisins, almond slivers, celery, sweet onion and canola mayonaise with curry powder....water and fresh pineapple.

Dinner will be beef and beefbone soup with carrots, celery, yams, onion and mustard greens.  Also with my favorite rice crackers and fresh salad greens with cherry juice and olive oil dressing and green tea/rooibos tea.

Living healthy is an Art.
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Living healthy is an Art! I couldn't agree more! Here's an example of a bad day:

eggs with grilled onions, parsnips, moz cheese and parsley


brown rice bread with veggies and raisins (Crazy bread with brocolli and applesauce!)
cheeseburger from Mcdonalds
leftover eggs (no time to cook - sick child at the doctor's office day)  

red wine at the end of the day

My menus have suffered lately. It's time to pull out my Cook for you blood type book again!
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Skipped breakfast
Lunch I was at a friend's house, so had chicken and rice soup and a half piece of cheesy toast
leftover spelt pizza
Dinner-5 ozs baked salmon, green beans, and a banana
Way too much water
trail mix of sunflower seeds, walnuts, and craisins.  That was yummy, never had it before.

I am still getting the hang of this, just got my Eat Right and Cook Right books in the mail yesterday, so I have a long way to go to get things right.
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Hi there pigletmsu,

The most important thing is that you have started.

It does get easier - but there are always bumps in the road.


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you all certainly don't eat much, I'd post one of my daily menus but it would probably scare you all silly and you would gasp at the thought that someone could eat that large an amount of food in one day-  ( and i'm only 72#)

That's what celiac and crohn's will do to you.............alas...........the food bill I rack up

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Breakfast: oats & soy milk & pear

Snack: Carrots

Lunch: Spelt pasta and a little Tempeh (tried it for the first time, and I LOVE it)

Snack: apple and kiwi/pineaple

Dinner: Pumpkin Cauliflower and Tofu Curry stir fry thing.

Dessert: Berries - rasberry & strawberry & bluberry

That's today!
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Apparently I purchased the un-updated book.  Will have to adjust my trail mix.  Thanx.
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Today, I've eaten:

breakfast; oats + soy milk +fruit

lunch: pumpkin soup + lentils + 1 slice rye bread

snack: vegetables with a little soy cheese or fruit

Dinner: leftovers
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Today I didn't eat a thing until about 1 in the afternoon.  At that time I had a couple slices of roast beef and a slice of mozzerella cheese with lemon/olive oil salad dressing.  About an hour later I ate hand full of green grapes.  I drank a 50oz bottle of water.  About an our after that I had 2 more slices of roast beef and a piece of the same cheese and dressing.  I drank another bottle of water.  About 7pm I had a piece of steak (about3 fingers in width and length) and a half of a sweet potatoe.  I ate about 4 more grapes.  It is about 830 pm now, and I probably won't eat anything else unless its some fruit sorbet that I make myself in my juicer with nothing but frozen fruits (grapes, pineapple, banana, pear, kiwi).

Is this ok?

I haven't really been up for eating much at all. My appetite is not the same.  I have to make myself eat.  I am not losing much weight like I was either.  I think it is because I am not fueling my body properly.  Not enough greens.  I got braces a couple weeks ago, and it is just hard to eat a salad.  Most days I have leeks, kohlrabi, onions, red peppers and garlic at almost every meal.

Looking forward to the feedback.  Oh, by the way, I am an O.
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confession alert confession alert confession alert!!    I'm so very new to this and have been very very adament to sticking with the essentials.  However, last night at a dinner party (in which I hosted and cooked) I made an ever delicious southern (one of great grandma's)   p o t a t o e dishes.  I couldn't help myself,      and had a serving (maybe a serving and a half).  You all know via my profile I am an O ... and potatoes are an avoid ~ it was temptation engulfment!    Whew ~ I'm glad that's over. Come to think of it, within an hour I felt exhausted ... and quickly after the party, I cleaned up and HAD to go to bed. Hmmm .... a newbie learning her lessons the hard way.  
ps.  I don't reccomend this!!!!
~ fondly confessed michelle
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I was just reading the cook right for your type book, as I am a newbie too, and I remember  Dr. D'Adamo talking humorously about how we shouldn't feel that we are going to fall off an imaginary wagon if we have one avoidonce in a while... I'll get a quote for you...

On page 53: " The fact is, if you're generally healthy, you can be flexible when the occasion demands it. Chances Are, armies of lectins won't march in and destroy your fortress... It's great if you're truly committed to the blood type diet. But life is too short to worry about the pinch of cinnamon that's the eighth ingredient in your favourite recipe".

So one potato doesn't mean you've committed a mortal sin!! But you said you felt unwell after eating the avoid, which is a great indication as to how you can listen to your body, and how important it is that you choose to look after it.

By the way I don't mean to be cultish with the quote, I just benefitted from the advice myself, and thought you might too.  

All the best!  
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Elizabeth, I must've read that quote but didn't allow it to sink in. Thanks for the advice .... any and all is greatly appreciated!  
~ michelle
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So far so good today.  I made up my weekly menu and am going to force myself to stick to it with the only additions to be fruits and veggies or other appropriate snacks.

So, today I've had:
2 eggs with collards, red pepper, onion and garlic

6 oz chicken on a salad of romaine, escarole, spinach and red pepper with an olive oil/lemon juice/onion/garlic/salt dressing I just threw together
1 banana

and dinner is going to be ground turkey something or other with green beans (yummy!) and salad.

Lots of water mixed in there to keep my kidneys happy.
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