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 When did you start after learning about the BTD?
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MoDon, Thank you so much for starting this thread, asking these questions. I am fascinated by the different stories.


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About 9 years ago, I saw a friend whom I had not seen in many years, and she looked much more healthy and radiant than the last time I had seen her.  She told me she was eating for her blood type, and she told me about lectures that were being held monthly by Steve Shapiro.  

I attended the next lecture, which made Total!!! sense to me.  I got my blood typed that night and began immediately to follow the program with about 50% compliancy.  I was operating only from the food list which Steve gave me, and did not get any of the books until I got my secretor status tested about 4 years ago.  

Then I discovered I was eating many avoids, and I upgraded my level of compiancy.  I noticed immediately many improvements in my health, and have been extremely compliant ever since.



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my mom brought home er4yt as per her homeopath. Mom said it was interesting, I should read it. My first reaction was 'Not another diet...' mom had brought home so many, and tried so many, and i wasn't that interested. UNTIL, she mentioned I'd been right all along when I'd refused to eat corn or drink milk as a child- that piqued my interest- my mom, admitting I was right?? So she read me the "red flags" for O's and mentioned a couple things- turned out that in my family, inadvertantly, I had been the one following the diet the closest- and wonder of all wonders, I'd always been the thinnest (not saying much in my family though...).

So I decided to read it. That I was the thinnest and had been closest to the diet made me think there might be something to it. So I gave it a try- lost 8lbs in the first two weeks. That made me think I was gonna give this a real try. Been 7 mo now- mostly compliant- anal about somethings (no corn derivatives, no veggie gums, artificial sugars, or avoid oils...) but still cheat once in a while (Gotta have cheesecake sometimes...). Lost about 40lbs, got rid of my allergies, won the battle with depression, and I love it. I'm a religious person, and I feel as strongly about and grateful for BTD, as I do my faith. Can't separate me from either...
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I got the first book (ER4YT) back in 1996, but at that time I was doing the macrobiotic/TCM way of eating and that was all I could handle. That was already such a stretch from my up-to-that-point diet. It wasn't until 1997 or so that I began to slowly incorporate BTD into my eating habits. By then, my asthma was in remission for the first time (due to the elimination of red meat, dairy, nightshades, cold (temperature) foods, and acupuncture for starters), so I slowly started back to eating wrong for my type over the next few years. Then in 2000 or so I had another HUGE asthma attack that felt like it came out of nowhere, and that was when I committed fully to the BTD. Since then my asthma is back in remission (I haven't had an attack in several years!). Whoo-hoo!


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I started my girls on it BEFORE I read the book.  Because I was suddenly overwhelmed with food allergies myself, I guess I was much more "tuned in" to their reactions, and so just naturally stopped feeding them the things that made them sick.  When I did read the book the first time, I was SO excited to see which foods were highly beneficial because then I wasn't afraid to have my girls try them.   One of the reasons I separated from my husband is that he tried constantly to prove that I was wrong.  His family still thinks I'm crazy because I don't let my kids eat "normally."  When they visit Grandma, and eat her cooking, no one can see the connection between the red skin, sudden congestion, and more aggressive temperment.  It just makes me crazy when they blame everything else under the sun, but absolutely can't believe it could be from their food!


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I had, of course, seen ER4YT in stores, and had read the title, but never even picked it up.  Obviously a bunch of hooey.  One of those stupid fad diets.

On July 19, 2005, a friend emailed me that she had just started a new diet, and was not supposed to eat certain things (which she listed) because of her blood type (which she did not mention).  On August 1, I noticed a copy of ER4YT in our chiropractor's waiting room, and had a quick look, trying to figure out what my friend's blood type is, but our turn came and I put the book away.  At our next appointment, on August 29, I asked to borrow the book, so I wouldn't be interrupted again.  My interest was still primarily trying to guess my friend's blood type.  (I love puzzles!)

Sometime in the next week or two, I started actually reading the book, and by the end of Chapter 1, I was fascinated.  I didn't know whether or not the rationale behind the diet was correct, but it was internally consistent.  (That means a lot to a former math major and software engineer.)

I had been a vegetarian since 1989 (16 years).  My health, though never robust, had been stable until menopause (1998), when it declined rapidly.  After that, I would occasionally feel an intuition that I needed some meat in my diet, but those feelings would pass.

I made my first attempt to follow the BTD on September 28 -- without knowing what my blood type was!  (So I voted "Within a month.")  On October 3, I had my blood typed and started the A diet.  On October 18, I got the results of my secretor test, and started the A nonnie diet.  At this point, I had no intention of eating meat (though I was following the diet very closely otherwise), but in early 2006, I began to experience actual meat cravings for the very first time.  I finally decided maybe my body was trying to tell me something, and began eating salmon (February 14) and turkey.

For me, this was a pretty "immediate" start!  I need to think things through.



Carol

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Wow - it's interesting that so many of us started immediately on the BTD.  I too started immediately upon learning about the BTD since I had just started going to a naturalpath for infertility and weight issues and she put me on this right away and I totally went for it and saw great benefits.  


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I had read in the "Denver Post" a very neutral write up on the BTD, I thought, Oh, that's interesting, I'm an A and had already started fazing out of the red meat, none of us had eaten pork for years. When my daughter entered puberty and started having terrible problems with acne, I finally ended up at an NP that recomended the BTD. I bought the book the same day and started the next day in an effort to support her. I'm an all or nothing type, it was hard at first, but slowly I have learned to adjust and have found I really don't WANT to eat most avoids. Only exception: when I cook a roast for my typo hubby, it smell really good and I remember Sunday dinners of roast beef and creamy mashed potatoes with gravy, miss that.


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Samy -- Get your secretor status tested -- if you're a nonnie, you and hubby could share a roast leg of lamb!


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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...


What a great story!  Good for you...you finally saw the light, eh?  

My "story" is incomplete...still working on things due to certain apparent food allergies (skin problems)...but I'll get there.

Read about this many years ago - bought the book, read it, and gave it away.  In January, I too had reached the end of my rope with my skin problems, and thought I would try this.  So, went out and bought the book for the SECOND time, and ended up buying everything ever published by the good doctor, I think...and here we are.  Still working it out.  

That's me though - hubby took to it like a duck to water, and that man has never done a diet a day in his life...before this.  He loved pork; in fact, it was akin to sacrilege as he almost worshipped it.  That and deep-fried anything...maybe even hog jowls.  I'm sure if they had manifested in his life, he would have eaten them.  

He had the beginning of blood pressure issues and was threatened by a doctor with the dreaded chemical recipes offered for such things these days.  Instead, when I was in dire need of "something", he decided to do it as well.  And surprise!  (Well, not really...) He has now lost 27 pounds (only about 10 to go for ideal weight) and his blood pressure dropped so dramatically, the meds wanted to know what he was doing.  He was more than happy to share his new-found knowledge.

As for how easy the book is to understand, I consider myself a reasonably intelligent woman, BUT....there are parts that leave me in the dust.  Not so much in the first book, but others.  A lot of my questions have been answered though by participating and reading in this forum.
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By the time I read the book, it took a month, but started the diet pretty well immediately. After two weeks of doing the diet I knew this was it.  

First heard about the book through a friend who has MS. She had just purchased the book and we were looking through the types of foods to eat for our blood types. She is an O also. When we were first glancing at it we laughed and said that there was nothing left for us to eat. (ha. Little did I know I would be doing this for the rest of my life). Did not thiink of the book again until a couple of weeks later when I was bringing home one of the kiddies that I babysit. On the mom's counter was the Eat Right Book. I asked her if she was following the diet and she had commented that she was somewhat. She is an A. She asked me if I wanted to take a look at it and I said sure. I figured this was the second time I had seen it so something was trying to nudge me in that direction. I had planned on borrowing the book for two weeks and ended up borrowing it for almost a year. I kept asking her if she wanted it back and she said no she pretty well knew what she needed to eat. Finally did break down and bought my own. I am the only one in our family who pretty well follows the BTD while the others eat to their blood type (two A's and an O, who is away at college) only suppers cooked for them that are compliant. The other meals are out of the house and they do their own. They won't eat what I fix them most times for outside the house. Maybe one day.  

Sad to say that the friend that I had first heard about BTD from with MS does not follow the diet and has been going down hill. I have tried to convince her to do it, but...as they say, you can lead a horse to water...        

So...I did pretty well start the diet immediately, but about amonth to read the book, so I voted for within a month.  

Debra

P.S. I now have two copies of Eat Right (one copy I got at garage sale for .50 cents Canadian) and two copies of Live Right that I lend out to people. (All of which are out at the moment). I have one copy of the encyclopedia that stays with me. I have copy of the cancer book (which I lent to a friend with cancer, but she never read it), the diabetes book (which I lent to a friend, but she looked at it and still eats pretty well what she wants), eat right 4 your baby(picked up at Wal Mart for $5.00 Canadian) and the fatigue fighting book. After Vamos a Samos I hope to pick up the rest.


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I started immediately after confirming my type O negative blood type.

This was about four and a half years ago now and I was in bad shape. The short of my history: I had never been a healthy person but in my twenties, I was in great physical shape. I had lots of allergies though, and since my teens had chronic asthmatic bronchitis every fall, winter and spring - I would be sick for half of the year! Caught walking pneumonia a few times in that period too. Lots of antibiotics which were useless of course but the docs kept pushing them "just in case" my bronchitis was bacterial in origin. And the corticosteroids for the allergies, and steroids to rebuild my lung tissue... This is how my twenties went , but I managed to live life to the fullest anyway; lots of hiking, biking, skating, grad school, always on the go, lots of energy.

In my thirties I started to slow down. I had moved from the NE to the SW for my health - get a way from those horrible winters! I was working 50 hrs a week plus long commutes and had no energy for anything else. Anything. Caused marital problems. This is when I realized I had adrenal fatigue. But I kept trying to do it all. Health spiralled downward. When I was 33 I had a severe injury affecting my neck and back. Docs kept me on high doses of NSAIDs for over a year. Things got worse. My pain worsened every day (luckily my employer was understanding and accommodating) and after a year my company folded and I was laid off. I went on disability since I did not see how I could possibly start a new job. I was disabled for about four years and in the middle of that time period, I met a new masseuse who told me about the diet. I also stopped seeing alll the specialists and treated with my family doc, a D.O. He gave me oxycontin to manage my pain. The masseuse told me she had had a lot of similar issue with colds and bronchitis, allergies, and that they had all resolved when she started this diet. I got the book and read it since I wanted to be able to tell her I had -- but my first reaction to how she presented the info was, "yeah, right, sounds like some woo woo sh*t to me!"

I read the book and it made sense. I am a scientist and immediately understood the entire package. I ordered the blood typing kit just to be sure I was remembering my type corrrectly and immediately dropped wheat and dairy (from cows - switched to goat products) and other major O avoids. I have been fine tuning it ever since. I think of the BTD as my foundation and everything else I am doing is layered on top due to my many health issues. At some point in the future when I am healthy, I will be able to strip off the additional layers and expand my diet again to include all of the type O food choices. My improvement is noticeable month to month. I eat more like a nonnie with additional food restrictions due to my leaky gut.

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good to hear about your hub s success on the plan!!


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Judi,
Great to hear your story.  
We have much in common with the lung problems in our youth.  I never had asthma, but did have chronic bronchitis throughout my childhood and early adult years, complete with all the antibiotics which did no good.  I was also very physically active and athletic, which sort of gave the illusion that I was extremely healthy.

I enjoy your posts and insights.



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Judi -- My first reaction was similar to yours -- the "woo hoo" part, I mean.

I didn't mention that my nutritionist tried to get me interested in the diet years ago -- but even though she and I generally agree on health issues, we have totally opposite ways of arriving at the same conclusion.  So her explanation of the diet went right in one ear and out the other.


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Carol, I'm curious, when you started did you assume you were an A or what blood type did you think you were



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I have started this diet twice - the first time my daughter gave me the book and it made so much sense that I started making changes right away.  Mainly, I gave up wheat and dairy, which wasn't that hard because there were alot of things to substitute - esp. soy and spelt things.

Then I decided to go further and get tested for secretor status, and found out I was a nonnie. It was like everything I changed into was an avoid for non-secretors.  Now it has been harder for me to stay on the diet. It's been hard to add beef also.

I know I read something that we can take if we don't eat too much meat - Does anyone have any info on this?  Thanks!
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I believe you're thinking of Tyrosine.  



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... or maybe Taurine?


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I think you're right Carol.  It's Taurine!  



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Quoted from lkpetrolino

Carol, I'm curious, when you started did you assume you were an A or what blood type did you think you were?



I know this sounds weird, but when I started the BTD, I really didn't know what my type was.  Back in biology class, my lab partner said she thought I "might be an O," and that was the closest thing to hard data that I had.  When I read ER4YT, I wanted to be an A, but judging by the descriptions, my best guess was B, so that's the diet that I started with.

The next Monday, I went to have my blood type tested, figuring it'd turn out to be either B or O.  I was ecstatic to learn that I'm an A!  (And when my secretor test came back "nonnie," I was downright giddy!)



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funny, when I first started the diet I wanted to be an O or a B but knew I was an A, why didn't it work out for me? shoot



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Because you "knew" you were an A -- the placebo effect strikes again!


 



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Thanks Victoria. I blame a lot of my problems on conventional medicine, but then again, if I had taken the time then to do the research I do now out of necessity, I wouldn't be in this sad shape now. Takes time to develop wisdom... along with a healthy dose of cyncism and irreverance for established medical practices!
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Quoted from JK
I blame a lot of my problems on conventional medicine, but then again, if I had taken the time then to do the research I do now out of necessity, I wouldn't be in this sad shape now. Takes time to develop wisdom... along with a healthy dose of cyncism and irreverance for established medical practices!

Exactly my story too. I thought I was doing the right thing by just following the "expert" doctors' advice and treatments without question.

Never again will I turn over my health to anyone else and follow their advice without understanding all the issues.

One of the things about the BTD that struck me so strongly right from the beginning was it made me realize that I had a lot more control of my health then I ever realized before.



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