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Lola
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sounds very delicious!! )
what is white coffee?
and what is ur blood type?

I believe I wrote this in another thread, but........
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if you'll go up to the top of the page, right hand side to Member Center, then to Avatar Settings on the lower left side of that page, you can select your blood type and you won't have to keep telling us what it is.
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Lola a white coffe is coffe with milk. My old British English!. By the way, I have a questions for O's... I have a fig tree in the garden, which is now full with fruit, I'm taking for granted that as dried figs are beneficial I can eat the ones fresh from my tree. Am I right?
By the way, I tried to set my avatar in O...but I do not if it has worked!
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Help yourself with figs fresh from the tree Gemma

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PS: your avatar looks fine..


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I d try another type of beverage......

how about compliant tea, with a dullop of compliant milk instead? (still very british!!)


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My gosh, just realized how many O's there are..........not one Ab posted on their daily food.
Breakfast : Scottish oatmeal, walnuts, raisens vanilla soymilk
Snack: Addicted to rice crackers...too many plus organic vanilla yogart ( I'm nursing)
Lunch : Veggie Burrito ( Taco time)
snack : oatmeal raisen cookies -2
Supper : Beef stew ( I live with all B's)...no I didn't eat the beef...wanted to though
           big salad





Mom to 4 B's...living with extreme food allergies to wheat, all dairy, eggs and pineapple !! ( Me, not the kids..)
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Wednesday, September 7, 2005, 11:43pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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THis has been one of my best days on the diet.
Morning water w/lemon
smoothie w/blueberries, pineapple juice(I had frozen), & soy milk
bowl of cereal spelt flakes w/soy milk
peanuts for a snack
lunch chinese  broccoli chicken (didn;t eat the egg roll)
snack piece of dark chocolate
before dinner glass of grapefruit juice
dinner salad w/boiled egg homemade salad dressing
I am new to the diet and feel good about my day.
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great choices!! )


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Today's grub:

2 free-range eggs
1 t ghee
pinch salt
2 slices Ezekiel 4:9 bread
Peppermint Tea

8 C water - 2 w/lemon juice

3 C Green Tea Ginger-Lime Slushie (ER4YT book recipe)

2 rice crackers
1/2 t Macadamia nut butter
1/3 C red grapes

3 oz wild-caught salmon with lemon juice, dill and a tad of ghee, olive oil
Puffed millet "cakes" made with egg, mozzarella, dill and spelt flour
Carrots with fresh ginger/ghee/maple syrup glaze

The best part of the day was when my husband said he'd give up 7-Eleven slushies for the Green Tea Ginger-Lime Slushies of his own volition!


It is so pleasant to explore nature & oneself at the same time, doing violence neither to her nor to one's own spirit, but bringing both into balance in gentle, mutual interaction.

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zola
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Gemmaspain - There is a trend here in the states with "white coffee" in that it is made from coffee beans that have not been roasted. The caffeine content is supposed to be quite a bit higher than normal coffee beans.


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Steel cut oatmeal with cottage cheese,

Extra lean ground beef with spinach, green beans and onions sauteed in olive oil,

Turkey breast with zucchini, green pepper and onions sauteed in olive oil,

handful of almonds,

sipped on green tea all morning, and had some "iced" green tea this afternoon.  

thinking about a bedtime snack...
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3 brown rice tamari-seaweed ricecakes
24 oz carbonated (is this non-compliant for everyone?) juice (compliant)
48 oz water
3 salmon cakes with yogurt dill sauce
stalk of celery
carrot
2 date-rice cookies
slice spelt bread with ghee


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zola,
where s your protein?? )

carbonated isn t for you, no.


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Quoted from lola
where s your protein?? )


3 salmon cakes with yogurt dill sauce


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This is good...you all are helping me take a closer look at my intake. I figured out that if i am eating the maximum end of serving size and servings per week that I will be taking in 72grams of protein a day on average. According to mainstream nutrition my protein intake per day should be 80 grams a day.

I factored high on the servings of the LR4YT outline to get the 72grams/protein/day. I took into account gender, age and activity level to get the 80 g per day for the mainstream number.

I also broke down the day (above) nutritionally and it came out to 55grams/protein - that's 17 to 25grams shy. I wonder if that had anything with yesterday being a particularly catabolic day?

Thanks for your input Don and Lola.

Lola - I checked out the carbonation thing...soda is an avoid for everyone. Seltzer water and club soda are out for A's altogether...cuts down on gastrin...with less gastrin there is less stomach acidity and a higher chance for incomplete digestion...fermentation...polyamines...etc.

The encyclopedia says seltzer water and club soda are beneficial for Type O's... neutral for Type AB's...neutral for Type A & B nonnies...and Type B nonnies can have club soda. Oh how I envy them and their Italian sodas...I'll go enjoy my Type A wine and  coffee...


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soda as in commercial drinks like coke, dr pepper...etc....that type of soda is meant.
not the normal soda water.......)


''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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Sent into the digestion dungeon today:

Asian chicken wings (7oz meat - ginger, garlic, sesame oil, soy sauce)
4 C green tea
4 C water
1 C steamed green beans
4 rye sesame crackers
half an avocado
1 C romaine lettuce
1 T olive oil
3 oz tuna
10 walnut halves
half cup chocolate soy "pudding" (honey, cocoa, vanilla & smooth tofu blended)
red onion, garlic, mustard - in tuna
1 slice spelt bread (thanks Jillthepilllady


It is so pleasant to explore nature & oneself at the same time, doing violence neither to her nor to one's own spirit, but bringing both into balance in gentle, mutual interaction.

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I appreciate seeing different menu ideas.  I thought I was doing pretty good eating for an O...until I found out I was a non-secretor- I had switched from wheat to spelt and soy, which are both avoid for the non-secretor. Anyone else did this? Thanks for any advice.
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cheria,
many Os have profited from finding out they were nonnies!

and you will , too!! )


''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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Quoted from cheria
I appreciate seeing different menu ideas.  I thought I was doing pretty good eating for an O...until I found out I was a non-secretor- I had switched from wheat to spelt and soy, which are both avoid for the non-secretor. Anyone else did this? Thanks for any advice.


Welcome Cheria,

Think positive and embrace the change.  You are now armed with some of the most powerful imformation you could have for your health.


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Aloha, Thanks so much for the encouragement. I am checking my kids secretor values-we are all O's, but you are right-it does make a difference in being a non-secretor. Hopefully, someone will be a secretor and be able to eat all the soy and spelt products I bought-otherwise I'll be donating to our homeless shelter!

I am not sure I understand why the nonnies are affected (avoids) by foods that are okay for the secretors.      Thanks again for positive feedback.      Cheria
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Today has been a bad day as I've eaten some terribly toxic things....never again.  I feel so bloated and yukky.  I can't wait to get back to normal tomorrow.
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Hmmm...I guess I should look at the stickys more often.  I might notice these threads then.  

Let's see.......today.....

Morning was a banana, hamburg with spaghetti sauce (w/o the spaghetti   ), and all natural fruit juice.

Late breakfast was 2 eggs, apple juice, and sliced pears.

Lunch was pineapple chunks, and a garlic wrap with roast beef, lettuce, tomato, and onion (Leave me alone!    The wrap is my one vice for the day   )  

Snacked on almonds with sea salt in the afternoon.  

Late snack (dinnertime for normal folks) was a bowl of sliced pears, in unsweetened pear juice.

And that should be it for today.  Well, unless a couple of Hershey's dark chocolate with almond nuggets call out to me when I get home.  If I'm going to the Dark Side, it might as well be with a smile on my face.  


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Without it, we would not experience the most important qualities of our existence; Living, Loving, Learning, Laughing.

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Ground-beef with garlic and avocados.
Prune juice
Sardines
walnuts - Banana - water - snack
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Holy cow, what a great thread! Wish I had discovered it earlier:

Scandinavian pancakes with brown rice flour and black strap molasses
peanuts
plum
tuna salad with olive oil, salt, lemon juice, celery, onion and honey
Ezekiel toast with grape jelly
leftover tuna salad baked in a spring rice paper roll
coffee, red wine, chamomile tea,water with lemon
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water with lemon in the morning (a given from here on out)
pumpkin walnut muffins with ginger, cinammon, ground flax seed
probably pan fried salmon patties with romaine iceberg salad
apples
plums

no idea yet what to do for dinner - maybe scrambled eggs and toast!
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