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 When did you start after learning about the BTD?
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I am curious about when others started the BTD after first learning about the BTD by reading a book, listening to the audio tape, or maybe attending a lecture? I don't mean just casually hearing about the BTD or the name of one of the books.

What I am trying to get at is once you learned enough about the BTD to understand what it was about how long did it take you to decide to try it?

If you didn't start immediately, why not? Was it because you didn't feel like you had enough information to understand and believe in the BTD? Or maybe you didn't feel like your health problems were bad enough to justify the change? Or maybe your life situation made attempting the kind of change required too difficult? Or maybe you were just too lazy to make the effort to change(lol)? Etc.?


My answer is that I started immediately after listening to the audio tape. I knew it made sense immediately and I couldn't wait to start!

I had heard of the book for some time (probably years), but had never seen or picked up a copy of it to even look at the book cover.


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I heard about it from a friend and was intrigued, but just didn't have enough information. I then bought a book (dutch translation on it) and when I had that I decided to give it a try. Then I know the name D'adamo and I searched on internet and came across this website.

I think it must have been 6 weeks after I heard about it from my friend that I started with it.

Two weeks after I started I bought ER4YT and 4 weeks later I bought LR4YT.

And I ain't going back!!!

ps. had many health problems. A lot have been solved now.

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let me say this:
I followed BTD immediately, yet never had a health problem per se......
it just seemed very RIGHT to me!!

and here I am since 97, no turning back!! and I ve never stopped learning!!

excited about the future and 'living life to its fullest'.


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Was immediately for me. Seemed right and couldn't wait to get started.

Simple as that.





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I'm not sure but I think it was over five years after discovering BTD that even considered trying it. When I first learned about BTD, I was a life long vegetarian. I was conditioned by vegetarian culture and emotionally based arguments to vehemently reject any information that claims animal products (especially meat) have health benefits. Sometimes vegetarians become even more upset (even hostile and angry) upon the suggestion that we may actually need some meat in our diet. Having been thoroughly indoctrinated into the dogma that meat is always unhealthy and vegetarian automatically means healthier, I completely rejected the idea of the BTD.

Many years later, when it became apparent that I had developed serious health problems, it never occurred to me that it could be my vegetarian diet so I went even further and tried a vegan and then a raw vegan diet. My health deteriorated even further. I developed mineral deficiencies and malabsorption. I also worsened a long standing systemic candida overgrowth.

I was tired of being extremely disciplined and virtuous about my way of eating and yet still feeling ill all of the time. It seems outrageous to me that this could be. I do think I am an exceptionally disciplined person when it comes to health, diet, and exercise. I have had my access to my own organic garden and greenhouse since childhood and always included more fresh organic vegetables than your average person. MY dinner always included a large freshly made salad with olive oil and lemon juice (not vinegar) and sometimes the salad was my dinner. I am also a dancer and practice yoga and take long walks. How could I be so ill and have so many health problems?

I realized that I had to at least consider the possibility that I was missing something by clinging vegetarianism. That is when I went back and sought out the BTD book again. I think it made sense to me on my second reading because I was more open to the idea. Attitude can make a big difference in how we perceive information. Instead, of being angry I thought "Aha" and started searching out more information on the possible health benefits of meat. I started using the BTD as a guide to the foods I should not be eating. It was still several months before I added fish and another year before I tried actually eating red meat. I had trouble with the fish but when I added red meat, I felt better instantly and had no problems. Again, attitude was a big factor.

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It was more than 5 years since I did not know my blood type and was hoping it was A, since I was a vegetarian for 25 yr. My heart sunk when I was told I was O from giving blood, but I was ready to try due to overweight issues. The zone was a diet that worked well for me, but I slipped from compliance to it and gained all back, and realized that it would be so mucheasier for me to do the sone or any high protein diet if I ate meat.....then I checked out the book erfyt more closely and went for it. Like aria, it took time to change my attitude. Jayney-0
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A friend lent me the book, and I was very intrigued by it right away. It made allot of sense to me. I read and reread the book over, did my own research on the web, found this site with all you wonderful knowledgeable people that I get soooo many tips and decided I would give it a shot. I needed to find out my blood type. When I asked my doctor about giving me the test for my blood type, she immediately said that she had heard about the book and had a few patients following the diet with excellent results and would recommend it to everyone. It took a while to really get  compliance but I started slowly cutting out avoids and incorporating beneficials and slowly but surely I can say that I am now 90% compliance and I am just loving the way I feel and look. I feel healthier, lost weight (which was a real struggle for me in the past) and I would recommend this way of eating to everyone and usually do. Most people resist at first but once they have tried to avoid their avoids for at least a week or two they realize that it does work. I love this way, I love this site and I love Dr. D - Thank you Dr. D.

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It took me six months.  My naturopath suggested it to me.  I read the book and decided that there was no way in h*** that I was going to give up chicken and peanut butter.  Six months later, I went back to the naturopath, having spent the interim time gaining more weight and getting sick at the drop of a hat.  This time I tried it.  The only changes since then (6 years) is when I tested for secretor status and made a few adjustments. (Woo-hoo!!  Love those tomatoes!)


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Well, I clicked immediately, because I started it immediately after a naturopath recommended it.  Then I remembered that I had picked up the book a few times in the book store, skimmed a few pages, and then did what many people do, thought it sounded too far out, and put it back on the shelf.


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I started immediately after buying the book.  I had heard about it from a friend whose son's trainer had recommended it to him (he's a world class snowboarder).  She tried it for a while and then moved on.  Shortly thereafter I was getting my haircut and a copy of the book was sitting there.  I looked at it and went to Barnes and Noble the next day and bought the book and never looked back.  Although I've been struggling with my weight a little this past year, all in all it's been a really good thing for me.  My gastro had me on the typical diet for colitis which was so unhealthy and I was sick a lot.  I can't imagine eating any other way.  
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I don't count skimming the book to mean that you really read enough to understand it. What do you think?

Did you learn about the diet, read the book, before you tried it or did the naturopath tell you what to do and you just followed his instructions?


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I checked immediately because I bought the book one afternoon and started for breakfast next day.

I heard of eating according to your blood type by a very religious friend. She agreed to send me the lists (I think she never did) but I never researched further as I thought it was part of her religious culture. She did not go at all into the theory behind it.

One day looking for a new nutritional method I saw ER4YT. Realised it was not part of a religious cult and bought it.

One month after being 100% compliant I fell off the wagon. Have been aiming at the wagon since. It will be 4 years in June.

I never had a health or weight issue so, eventhough I loved the way I felt while 100% comliant, vicious me convinces me constantly of jumping off the wagon to pick up some wheat, dairy, or coffee advertised on the side lanes.  

Tomorrow morning I will pick the wagon again.




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I bought the books years ago and started to follow the diet, probably to lose weight, I don't remember.  I recall it being difficult as I couldn't find the ingredients etc. and gave up.  This summer as I unpacked after a household move I came across the books and it made me think that perhaps this was the answer to the health issues I was dealing with.  I felt strongly that there was something wrong with my blood that my body was not healing itself.  I asked my dr. to do tests to see if all the nutrients were there and he said there was no way he could do that.  Then a light came on and I said to myself, "The Blood Type Diet ... go dig out your books."  Within the same week I met someone very involved in BTD and we chatted which just gave me more reason to start the diet.  I went compliant right away, I didn't go into this slowly.  I fell off over my vacation a couple of weeks after starting the diet but got right back on again.  I tell everyone about this, especially when they comment on my weight loss.  My health issue is also healing.  Now if only I could quit catching colds !!


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I don't count skimming the book to mean that you really read enough to understand it. What do you think?

Did you learn about the diet, read the book, before you tried it or did the naturopath tell you what to do and you just followed his instructions?


I'll assume you meant me.  I pretty much blindly followed the naturopath.  He really just handed me a food list and didn't even talk about it much.  He did two training sessions as part of a company health program and I was very impressed.  He also did what I considered a remarkable diagnosis with just the results of a sleep study and a quick pulse analysis.   I'll just say I had extreme confidence and trust in him.  It's very unusual for me to be influenced that much by someone.  He was just exceptional.  I did also immediately buy the book for more info.  I only saw this doctor twice before he left the state.  I've continued to practice BTD through my own study and help from forums.  I keep hoping he will come back to the area, but he got a pretty sweet deal with a major supplement company and is immersed in infomercials.  It's really a shame, because he had a gift in dealing with people one on one.

The naturopath would probably not have encouraged me to get as involved with BTD as I have.  He said that he could tell I had been "working very hard" on incorporating the diet at my second visit after about a month.  When I look back, my level of compliance at that point was really minimal, mainly reducing wheat and corn and adding red meat, adding beneficials where I could.  


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I read the book, said "yes", and changed my shopping lists from that moment. But I did use up some of the old food in the larder.
On a related point, talking to someone yesterday who felt a bit guilty and inadequate through not fully following the BTD even though she believes in it, I was able to reassure her that she is indeed following it just by doing one thing right, in her case, giving up red meat. She felt so  good about that and felt as though she was back in the fold. Since the discussions about compliance on another thread I have become less dogmatic.
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I skim-read the book in '97, but went a different route. The part I remembered best was that Pinto beans were good for me! , how ironic! I even used that in some food decision choices over the years. There were several changes for O's going to LR4YT, most of them changed the few things I remembered well from my read of ER4YT. Sigh........  All's better now.
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I heard about the BTD in the summer of 2003 when a friend told me about Sugar Busters AND Eating Right 4 Your Blood Type.  I had no major health problems but had just gained some weight in the last 1  1/2 years.  I read the S B book first and was trying to avoid sugar. I was allowing whole grains in moderate portions in place of refined sugars.  I did not gain anymore weight but did not lose either.  Finally in April 2004 while we were driving back home from a trip to see our daughter I read it outloud to my hubby.  I decided to give it a try and have not turned back. I waited another 8 months to get my secretor status checked.  I lost the weight I wanted and have more energry than I have had for a long time.  I plan to eat this way for the rest of my life  
  I still have more to learn but eating right for my blood type works for me.  I have had my cholesterol levels  checked 4 times in the last 2 years.  Everytime I do they are better.  The HDL continues to go up and the LDL  and tota cholesterol goes down. All in normal ranges.  No cavities at my last dental visit.   The eye doctor I last saw said he did not see any macular degeneration that was there in the last two years.  I feel great.  
 Good question MoDon.  


Beouemom sounds like bay way mom and I think Colorado is a great place to live.  
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It took me getting very sick for a long time and reaching the "end of my rope" to start BTDing full-time, but the day I decided to, I knew it was the right way for me and there was no doubt in my mind, period, the end!
History:
Early 1970's, discovered I felt A LOT better eating beef after dabbling in vegetarianism for fiscal reasons. Hideous sore throats led to loss of tonsils at age 19. Lots of sore throats followed, just not as life-threatening.
Early 1980's, an allergy Dr. skin-tested me & I came up "allergic" to most O avoids (surprise, surprise! ) plus more, like chicken. For several months I avoided wheat, potatoes, dairy, eggs, chicken & I don't know what else, and didn't suffer my usual seasonal illnesses, and felt better.  Didn't stick with it. I felt wheat was something I could "control" (we all know how THAT story goes!!), because I couldn't see a reaction to it, like I could chicken.
Thus followed years of emotional, respiratory & digestive woes, etc. Lots of Dr.s, lots of Rx meds.
Early/mid-1990's, this got worse after the 1st World Trade Center bombing ('93), where I worked. Got extreme once I had to go back IN that building (Tower One) to work. One of the top 5 worst decisions of my life. Though I had post traumatic stress syndrome (who wouldn't), I believe it was bad diet coupled with sick-building syndrome BIG TIME.  My boss thought I had food poisoning. Another story for another time...
More Dr.s, more meds.
During these years, saw a chiropractor/keniesiologist(sp?) who tried me on a 6-week no yeast, no sugar diet. I was very good. Felt a lot better, but still having WAY too much in the way of avoids, so better, but no miracles. He declared yeast was not a problem for me.
He sent me to an accupuncturist who suggested I stop eating wheat for 2 weeks(?). Minor miracle! Felt much better, & severe allergies to sister's many Siamese cats & German shepherds DISAPPEARED FOR 2 YEARS after!!!!!!!
Didn't stick with it. Wheat? Oh, I can control it...- rolling eyes a lot here-
While driving thru upstate NY one night, was radio-station surfing & heard some fellow saying something something something  AVOIDING WHEAT something something EATING BEEF and was instantly riveted. "That's ME!" Started listening & scrambled to get pen & paper, wrote down guy's name & name of book. Bought ER4YT soon after, loved every bit of it.
Some people just don't learn, do they?!?!
Talked the talk, but didn't walk the walk. Knew better, but didn't behave so.

2006, had become too sick to even work in my own home, people that knew me were asking why I wasn't on Disability, hit a "wall", & said that's it, I'm DOING it, I want my life back. (In spite of illnesses, I've led a wild and fabulous life, and, hey, it's NOT OVER!!!!!)
February 17, 2006, and beyond grateful. Beyond, I tell you!
That "some fellow" saved my life.
Glad I smartened up at last.
Some people DO learn eventually!!!
No going back, sorry I waited so long.
One of the top 5 best decisions I ever made.
The new chapter in my life is beginning...


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let me say this:
... never had a health problem per se......

No fair! That's cheating, man!



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 My gastro had me on the typical diet for colitis which was so unhealthy and I was sick a lot.


you got that right!!!


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I read ER then LR then CR and sort of followed them sometimes.  But I wasn't that unhealthy and there were other diets (for weight loss) out there that I was trying.  But then my health went down hill and I tried LR on and off for the past couple years but didn't stick...
Then, as I said a couple weeks ago, I read the Cardio book by Dr. D and then it clicked and I've been doing good...sleeping, more energy, younger looking, lost 9 pounds.
If you're looking to see if people understand the info easily enough  I have to say:
I didn't understand everything that I read and I usually can figure things out having taken anatomy and physiology I and II but I did have some trouble and still don't understand all of it.  
Would like it all spelled out simpler yet more in depth.
I'm a believer though!!
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No!!!!

Well, maybe a hangnail, then.



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If you're looking to see if people understand the info easily enough I have to say: I didn't understand everything that I read and I usually can figure things out having taken anatomy and physiology I and II but I did have some trouble and still don't understand all of it.

Would like it all spelled out simpler yet more in depth.
I'm a believer though!!

I assume that people that started immediately or shortly thereafter probably understood what they read and realized that it was important.

I am curious why people that didn't start shortly after reading the book choose to wait.

I think this poll also shows that a large percentage of the BTD seeds that we plant now may not germinate for some time to come, but they will sprout and grow strong.


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