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MissileCop
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Damn!!

If you haven't felt the effects now, Aaron, I'd hate to see what you're gonna feel like in the morning!!  

I had pizza and a beer one day the other week, and had a severe energy crash within 45 minutes.  I bent over to nail a trimboard, and got all dizzy, and lightheaded.  Suffice to say, I won't be doing that again!

Hmmm...what was on the menu this morning.......

Breakfast@ 5 a.m.;  Cherry juice, chicken breast, and pineapple slices in unsweetened juice.

Second Breakfast @ 8:30;  Banana, apple juice, and two eggs.

Lunch will probably be the usual, an apple, and roast beef, lettuce, tomato, and onion in a garlic wrap. (Yeah, I know the wrap is wheat, but it's basically the one avoid for the day)

In the afternoon, I'll grab a 20 oz. bottle of water, or a bottle of Izze natural lemon soda.  

Dinner's always a toss up, because it depends on what they have available in the cafeteria at work.  Might be another wrap, or a hot meal, usually compliant.  Last night's dinner was meatloaf and rice, eaten at different times, and not mixing protein and starches together, like a good boy.  

One of the guys who stops by to pick up reports every weekend remarked the other day, "Every time I see you, you keep getting smaller!"    [Elvis] Why, thank you, thank you very much! [/Elvis]  

Little does he know.......I'm not done yet! *wrings hands, laughs maniacally*  



The most important letter in the alphabet is the letter L.  
Without it, we would not experience the most important qualities of our existence; Living, Loving, Learning, Laughing.

MC- One vertically challenged guy, trying to become a muscle-bound Oompa-Loompa.  
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and not mixing protein and starches together, like a good boy.  





I was always taught that if you're trying to lose weight, to make sure to separate carbs and fats from the same meals.  not protein and starches?
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ahaaaaaaaaaaa C MC   and azzapchen

here are the avoids-intakers here they are.......

take care Aaron- not too much water is just bubbling around the matrix swill-swall-swollen

CMC... isn't it possible to eat all such things un-wrapped? naked  

Atrain.... I think much better to avoid in a good compliant mampf starchies and proteins... = Trennkost =    but it's controversly discussed here in old Europe....  
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Atrain,

  I read somewhere, and it stuck in my mind (not that much does!  ) that proteins and starches shouldn't be mixed during consumption.  I forget the exact reason.  I believe that I may have found that in the LR4YT book as to why.  Or I saw it on this board.   Someone else help me out here, please.    I know I didn't imagine it.  Well, at least that's what the other voice in my head says!  

And yes, Isa, I suppose I could eat my food naked, but I like my garlic wraps.  

Oh, and I just came back from lunch, and one of the cashiers commented that, "If you get any smaller, I won't be able to see you anymore."  I just told her that if she sees an outfit of clothes walking across the cafeteria on their own, that would be me.    Two compliments in one day?  Yep, yep, yep, it's a GOOD day!  



The most important letter in the alphabet is the letter L.  
Without it, we would not experience the most important qualities of our existence; Living, Loving, Learning, Laughing.

MC- One vertically challenged guy, trying to become a muscle-bound Oompa-Loompa.  
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you'll become a little cruise M Cop ??!  
ok for the garlic....  but take care if not you must come twice into a room to be remarked....
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MC,
yes starches don t go with protein.......but fat is neutral.

fat even helps metabolize starch, so you don t get a sugar 'high'.

in the 'trennkost' or separation diet, fat can be eaten with either one.


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This is what I ate:  

PRE_BREAKFAST:  
8 oz. glass of freshly juiced carrot, celery, spinach, parsley, wheatgrass. beetroot, fennelroot, and a couple of leaves of dandelion from my yard.

BREAKFAST, ONE HOUR LATER:
16 oz. of My Power Drink!  Here's the ingredients:
3/4 C. organic concord grape juice
3/4 C. organic goat's milk yogurt
1/4 C. mixture of organic frozen blueberries and dark sweet cherries
1 small banana
2 T organic golden flax seeds, freshly ground
1 T nutritional yeast
1 T powdered green barley grass and chlorella
1 T granular lecithin
2 tsp. Proberry Concentrate
2 tsp. ARA6
1 tsp. acerola cherry powder

MIDMORNING BREAK:
a 16 oz. mug of genmaicha/white tea blend......hot

LUNCH, around 2:30 p.m.
roasted organic turkey breast
feta cheese
2 C. steamed broccoli
1/4 C. steamed kale
a big wedge of steamed red onion
a sprinkle of organic raisins and dried cherries
All the above tossed together in a big wooden bowl with my homemade dressing.

Dressing recipe:
To approx. 2 C. extra virgin olive oil, add:
a few crushed garlic cloves, to taste
a tsp. each of parsley and basil, or use fresh if you have it.
1/8 tsp. cayenne pepper
approx. 3 T. umeboshi plum vinegar
SHAKE WELL.  I like this on all veggies.

DINNER:
One baked sweet potato, topped with...
1 tsp. ghee
1 T. chevrie (soft goat cheese)
1/2 can of wild chinook salmon
two lightly toasted Lundberg Rice Cakes, spread with raw organic almond butter, which is mixed with finely chopped walnuts and a little bit of chopped medjool dates

Later tonight, I'll probably have a small cup of roasted dandelion tea, to aid my digestion and assist my liver in doing it's good work.

This is a pretty typical food routine for me, but I alternate turkey with lamb, and occasional beef.  I get chemical-free meats and organic produce as much as possible.




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Let me not pass you by in quest
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Victoria,

You are just too good.  

Unlike myself (said in best Costello voice ) I'm a bad boy.

After my avoid fest the other day I woke up surprising sprightly and have suffered no ill after effects. I like it.

I have been more compliant today and also went for a really long walk to burn off a bit of the avoid buildup. Tonight's dinner will consist of a fruit smoothie with nutritional yeast and lots of water to give my system a break. I think a steak eggs and veggies might be on tomorrow's breakfast menu. Mmmm Mmmm.

Aaron


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azza- this are the psyche- O's pattersn alltimes over the frontiers/ = in my dictionary its written= borderliner...    

sooo sorry please no addiction to anything similar
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The thing about being "good", Aaron...  It takes different things for different people to get us to the place where we have no problem walking the line.
For me, I never gave up any favorite "poisons" until my health forced me to...sometimes with great FORCE.  I have allowed a couple of major life threatening illnesses to nearly do me in (in the past).  I finally got it.  I don't eat avoids.  I don't want to die yet.  It's simple!  

My health is very good now, and my understanding of my body, my personality and my own nature has developed through my own foolish mistakes of food choices and lifestyle.  I love being healthy.  It's an amazing high.  It's much more satisfying than any of the bad choices that I enjoyed for a brief time as they gradually eroded my health.  I have worked too hard to regain my health and my life to allow old patterns or cravings to bring me down again.

I hope most people will never have to face a great illness in order to find out how to be healthy.  I was just one of the stubborn (and arrogant!) ones.



Normal day, let me be aware of the treasure you are.
Let me not pass you by in quest
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I appreciate all the help on websites about pro-biotics!  This BTD has been a journey of  healthy information & health!  My metabolism has definately improved since I've been on this diet, I got my sisters interested in what I call "MY POWER DIET", it has an edge over any other kind of diet, & the weight loss & inches lost are noticable!  My sisters both live about 100 miles away & I don't get to see them much, but when I saw them this last weekend, they noticed the weight loss!  And I notice how bad I feel when I go off the BTD, I went off the BTD for the weekend because I was on a mini-vacation with my mom & sisters , & came back home with a migraine , I think from all the bad food. I'm back on track for the last day and a half & the headache that lasted all day Sunday in spite of my "migraine aspirin, acetaminophen, & caffeine" tablets, which usually clear up the migraine.  Today, just one day back on track, no more migraine!  I feel better, and I'm back to ("MY POWER DIETING - BTD), gonna lose that 5 lb gain !
One day back on BTD already lost 1 & 1/2 lbs .  I'm getting the pro-biotics back in my system & my system is recovering, I can feel the difference!
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Hi every one,

what is pro-biotic ??

So is everyone saying if I follow my Blood type diet I will LOSE WEIGHT !!!!!!. Which is one of my goals.

Lady bird
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probiotic is food for your flora.....
read about it in NAP the online store.......
yes, if you follow the given frequency values per week or per day, of the given food groups, and add beneficials and neutrals, avoiding the pesky avoids, you will loose weight......and following the guidelines of excersise...etc......
don t forget that water!

good luck


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Lets also talk about gaining shape rather than losing weight. ie if you do your recommended exercises according to blood type requirements (eg you won't find me enjoying a sweat, while my O friends swear by it), your body will gain muscle weight whilst losing unproductive avoirdupois. Lately, after 3 years on the BTD my weight has stabilized at a level that is more than the charts say I should be, yet people look at me and say that I have lost weight, and I am certainly fitting into a smaller size where it counts. I reckon that looks are more important than nitty-picky weight machines.
Jenny
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Hi every one,

Thanks for your replys, BUT Can one of you experts, please out line some guidelines for me to follow as That is want I need,
How much protein , fuit , etc as I have been on different diets  and I like to know my limts. HELP please . I don't know how to use that freguency values per week you have mention or if I have not read it . tell me again where do I find that, Sorry to be a nuisance and sounding dumb. As when I get this right I want to pass it on to others, knowing it really is a good way of eating for weight loss and good health.
Lady bird
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which one of the books do you have at hand?


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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saluti dear- and really big-big hugs and congrats to you!!! I wish my mother would act like you!!! She is also a B and really stubborn (me too but not that much) and she just can't have somebody to tell her what to eat or to do- even if its completely wrong...
she must go into sickness and just accepted it stoically ( I think she's an ESFJ or ENFP?)
instead of changing her habits.... crazy... just drives me crazy and clarrooo for that=
yeehhaaaa the old problems of believings between mother and daughters appeared and nothing but really nothing to do!!
BTW today is her birthday she got her 68 years now
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Hi every one.

Lola I have  the book,  Eat Right for your blood type.

Lady bird
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The thing about being "good", Aaron...  It takes different things for different people to get us to the place where we have no problem walking the line.
For me, I never gave up any favorite "poisons" until my health forced me to...sometimes with great FORCE.  I have allowed a couple of major life threatening illnesses to nearly do me in (in the past).  I finally got it.  I don't eat avoids.  I don't want to die yet.  It's simple!  

My health is very good now, and my understanding of my body, my personality and my own nature has developed through my own foolish mistakes of food choices and lifestyle.  I love being healthy.  It's an amazing high.  It's much more satisfying than any of the bad choices that I enjoyed for a brief time as they gradually eroded my health.  I have worked too hard to regain my health and my life to allow old patterns or cravings to bring me down again.

I hope most people will never have to face a great illness in order to find out how to be healthy.  I was just one of the stubborn (and arrogant!) ones.



Victoria, you have absolutely nailed it. There is only one thing that I will comment on in your statement. None of your choices were "foolish". If they were foolish, you would never have come to the place you are at now. All your choices were exactly as they were meant to be. Your Choices. Those choices have ultimately bought you to a place of good, and increasing, health and well-being. The difference between you and a lot of other people is that you recognised that your choices were ultimately causing you harm. You became aware of yourself. And that is the secret of life. It's so simple, yet it often takes us a while to understand. And some of us never get it, no matter how many times or ways we repeat the pattern.

Congratulations to you.  

Aaron.


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lb,
at the beginning of each food group there s  a square with the food frequency values, or portion sizes according to your ancestry.....
can you see that?
african, caucasian, asian....and the portions of each.


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Hi everyone,

Thanks Lola. I see where it is now. I thought it was on the forum. I will have to read that part. I must have skipped over it .
So tomorrow I am going to try and stick to it . Will let you know how I go.

Lady bird
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morning: pumpkin seeds, walnuts, carrots

noon: small egg salad w/ mayo

afternoon: tuna salad with greens, prunes

evening: beef strips with brocc

drinks: roobios and green tea, coffee, lots of water
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Didn't eat breakfast and for the first time I didn't get the shakes at lunch.
Lunch - sardines, carrot, plums
dinner -chicken and potatoe salad(I'm splurging it's my birthday)
snacks - trail mix, figs, water
I think I'll have another midnight snack of brocolli or somethings.
Not much today.  But I still feel great.  I don't feel like I need to eat all the time on this diet to maintain energy.  It's grrrrreat!
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Happy Birthday!!!
hope you had a great time!!)


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Although I have been on this diet for two weeks and I do still have to cahnge some habits, here is what I eat today.
Breakfast 6 a.m.: two toast of rhye bread with butter and apricot jam; a mango and a white coffe.
snack 10 a.m.: four dried prunes and a glass of pineapple juice.
lunch 2 p.m: an ox steak, and steamed broccoli.
snack 5p.m.: four dried apricots and a glass of mango juice
dinner 9p.m.: rabbit fried in olive oil and boiled sweet potato

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