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typebdiet
Tuesday, January 3, 2006, 1:49pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Hi.

Any Type B's out there?

I'm wondering how you Type B's react to avoids?

I'm starting to notice that when I eat certain avoids that I had been previously avoiding, I notice my headaches starting up again.  This is frustrating, though, in that the sensitivity to food really eliminates the possibility of eating those avoids again.

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This is frustrating, though, in that the sensitivity to food really eliminates the possibility of eating those avoids again. Gail


Hi Gail,

Did you, by any chance, mean to say "motivating" instead of "frustrating"

Sorry, just kidding, but actually that's how I take it myself

My son is a B and he develops a number of respiratory problems if he eats chicken, tomato etc..

Cheers,
Yaman



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Hi. Actually, I did mean frustrating (!).  I would just like to be able to cheat sometime and get away with it!

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wheat, increases body fat despite more weight bearing exercize.


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Very interesting thread.  There are a some major avoids that I NEVER eat (knowingly, anyway).  I don't eat wheat (except for sprouted wheat, manna bread, etc.) corn.  On New Years night I was invited to a small dinner party at a neighbor's and she served a pork roast.  I never eat port, maybe occasionally a piece of bacon wrapped around a scallop but I haven't had a pork roast in years.  The only reaction I had was really feeling tired, draggy the next day.  
I eat more dairy than I should.  I eat goat's milk cheeses and an occasional buffalo milk yogurt.  In fact, I had one for lunch today and I'm feeling it now.  I'm acid-y and getting a little stuffy.  
I need to get the arthritis book and see if it really helps my knees which are really achy from skiing last week.  
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I think I  believed DrD the moment I read about oranges being avoids for A's.
My mom used to put an orange in my lunch when we could afford them.  So when I walked home from the one room country school, I would peel it and eat it.  I did not want to tell my mom that it made me feel icky because it was supposed to be a treat.
When I established my own home, I did not include them in any recipes.
It was later in life that I discovered Green peppers were acting like oranges.
An avoid is an avoid, is an avoid----
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Good news Yaman, thanks.   I hope you're right about bananas because I do like the taste and their qualities in a smoothie type drink.  
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It's under AUTOIMMUNE, fibromyalgia.....


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I need to get the arthritis book and see if it really helps my knees which are really achy from skiing last week.  
Jane

I've been on it Jane.  It's REALLY working!  Noticed a difference in my joints after only four days of being on only super beneficials & beneficials.  After two weeks, I've branched out into some neutrals, but for the most part, I'm eating 90% bennies.


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I recently purchased 2 different chocolate bars from WF for an experiment.  The one with milk powder made my skin itch really really bad.  The other one did not have any noticable affects.  They both had sugar, but no other avoids.  Chocolate is supposed to be neutral, but other than bitter sweet (baking) chocolate there are avoid ingredients.

Also, prepared horseradish is beneficial for O-nonnies but it has avoid ingredients (vinegar)...??...


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wheat, increases body fat despite more weight bearing exercize.


Do you have some scientific background for that? I am working on a seminar to give to all those who have been asking me "what do you do" and I want to incorporate not just the BTD, but also all that is connected to it.
Maybe some article where that is stated.

Also I need it for my husband. He is now quite fatless. Only 15% body fat, but a lot of it is on his tummy and he wants to get rid of that. He still eats bread. So if I can show him that wheat increases body fat, maybe he'll stop eating it (he's O btw).
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I've been on it Jane.  It's REALLY working!  Noticed a difference in my joints after only four days of being on only super beneficials & beneficials.  After two weeks, I've branched out into some neutrals, but for the most part, I'm eating 90% bennies.


I need to get that book for a friend of mine. She has arthirites.

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I ate a corn on the cob and my entire head and body turned bright yellow and into a sort corn cob shape.  In the end one of my friends dipped me in butter and ate me.


Kombu noodles are DELICIOUS (and wheat-free)
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I ate a corn on the cob and my entire head and body turned bright yellow and into a sort corn cob shape.  In the end one of my friends dipped me in butter and ate me.


Wow!  What avoids did you eat to have that kind of dream!?    



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Do you have some scientific background for that? I am working on a seminar to give to all those who have been asking me "what do you do" and I want to incorporate not just the BTD, but also all that is connected to it.
Maybe some article where that is stated.

Also I need it for my husband. He is now quite fatless. Only 15% body fat, but a lot of it is on his tummy and he wants to get rid of that. He still eats bread. So if I can show him that wheat increases body fat, maybe he'll stop eating it (he's O btw).


Scientific background? It's found in ER4YT  what makes O's gain weight, but it also applies to A's as well(personal experimentation), but if you're looking for it in a scientific journal, then you will likely not find it.  See the lean fat burning thread.


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Wow!  What avoids did you eat to have that kind of dream!?    



It was some "special" mushrooms that I believe were on the Super Beneficials list.    



Kombu noodles are DELICIOUS (and wheat-free)
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Do you have some scientific background for that? I am working on a seminar to give to all those who have been asking me "what do you do" and I want to incorporate not just the BTD, but also all that is connected to it.
Maybe some article where that is stated.

Also I need it for my husband. He is now quite fatless. Only 15% body fat, but a lot of it is on his tummy and he wants to get rid of that. He still eats bread. So if I can show him that wheat increases body fat, maybe he'll stop eating it (he's O btw).


Sandra, I'm not sure that 15% body fat is particularly low for a man.  I also have 15% body fat but I'm a woman.  I also have a round face and breasts so both of those must be storing fat.  What I'm trying to say is that 15% is lean but it's far from "Fatless".  



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Do you have some scientific background for that? I am working on a seminar to give to all those who have been asking me "what do you do" and I want to incorporate not just the BTD, but also all that is connected to it.
Maybe some article where that is stated.

Also I need it for my husband. He is now quite fatless. Only 15% body fat, but a lot of it is on his tummy and he wants to get rid of that. He still eats bread. So if I can show him that wheat increases body fat, maybe he'll stop eating it (he's O btw).


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Why Wheat is evil.

A story by Erin Ward.

The seed coat of wheat contains a lectin called Wheat Germ Agglutinin (WGA).  

They provoke the immune system to manufacture antibodies against them.

The acids within the stomach do not break down Wheat Germ Agglutinin and as it begins to be digested in the small intestine, it begins its mission to destroy O Blood Type Humans!

WGA binds to the cholecystokinin receptors and inhibits their action.  Cholecystokinin (CCK) is a hormone secreted especially by the duodenal mucosa that regulates the emptying of the gallbladder and secretion of enzymes by the pancreas and that has been found in the brain.  The enzymes digest fat, protein, and carbohydrates.  CCK is also present in the brain and may play a part in appetite control.  When CCK is low, appetite control is also low.  Lectins block the CCK receptor and inhibit the secretion of amylase, which is needed to digest carbohydrates.

Then, WGA enhances membrane bound maltase, an enzyme that breaks down complex sugars into simple sugars in the small intestine.  At the same time, WGA inhibits aminopeptidase, and enzyme that breaks down polypeptides into amino acids.

Once WGA has made it into the blood stream (because it resists digestion), it mimics the effect of insulin on the insulin receptor of fat cells.  The lectin binds to the fat cells and signal the cell to stop burning fat and to start storing extra calories as fat.  Since WGL has already acted upon maltase to break down complex sugars into simple sugars, there are plenty of simple sugars to begin storing in the blood stream.


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Sandra, I'm not sure that 15% body fat is particularly low for a man.  I also have 15% body fat but I'm a woman.  I also have a round face and breasts so both of those must be storing fat.  What I'm trying to say is that 15% is lean but it's far from "Fatless".  



Well maybe it's even less then. I know woman are "allowed" to have maximum of 30% and men are "allowed" to have 20% max.
I just checked (knew I had written it down somewhere), his BMI is 20, is fat is 13% and he his 1.83 meters. And he's absolutely not fatless. He has some around his waist that he really wants to get rid of.

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Wow-- I am so glad that I read through these because I too have experienced some of them and I thought I was going crazy.  I have found when I don't eat protien of some sort throughout most of the day I have terrible mood swings.  I get headaches from the wheat and then I crave more of them.  I also found when I add caffine I crave that more too, I am going to guess that is normal?  
Despite all of these things I still have a problem following the program as close as I would like too, I am going to be much better in this New Year so that I can feel good all of the time.  I do know for myself that when my stinking thinking , (of a little bite won't hurt me)  comes into play that I get myslef into trouble and then I feel terrible again.  
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lisa,
you got the right idea!! )
keep up the good work!


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Has anyone seen a connection for acne?
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To Dawn-  

MissleCop and Whimsical both replied that sugar gives them acne, see the postings on page 1.


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candida, too! )


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