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Lola
Tuesday, May 1, 2007, 12:59am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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find out, by clicking on typebase, on top of this page.....
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/typeindexer.htm


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My O-nonnie self can eat avocadoes, and A's  too, isn't that weird! I don't think of myself as having alot dietarily in common with A's, generally...
(they're usually trying to "rescue" my "dinner"!!!)


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I think we need to retest that one......and keep retesting till it comes up beneficial for Osec!!
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I think we need to retest that one......and keep retesting till it comes up beneficial for Osec!!


I agree - beneficial for Bs as well please


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I agree - beneficial for Bs as well please



Oh please !!!
How I miss my avocados, haven't eaten any in almost three months !!!


I used to eat it spread on a tortilla rolled up with some tofu ( another AVOID that I haven't touched in sooo long ...sigh) or tuna and a slice of cheese ...  it was simply delcioussssssss and satisfying


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Sure wish I could afford to buy that secreter kit. I been getting headaches eating raw vegetables. When I send some of my own research about some of my problems to a researcher in LaJolla California, he said something about me being a Sub-type. Can anybody what he might have meant?
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*Head spinning* Help, I am not a scientist.Can somebody please tell me waht all that means in plain English or German?
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the test is called serotyping
serotyping services from the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine.  You
can contact them at 480/970-000.
their lab page:
http://www.scnm.edu/medcenter/laboratory.php  

email them at
medicalcenter@scnm.edu


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Hello, Does anyone know why no blood type is allowed : Pepper, coconut, pork, smoked salmon,
goose, safflower oil, or ice cream ?
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Does anyone know why no blood type is allowed : Pepper, coconut, pork, smoked salmon, goose, safflower oil, or ice cream ?

Ground pepper grows mold exceptionally easily...  Some are allowed fresh ground peppercorns.

Coconut contains a lectin that is non-specific.  In The Genotype Diet, some individuals are allowed more coconut items.

Pork contains more than 1 items that makes it bad for all types:
Hog is very "A-like" immunologically, which makes it an avoid if you happen to have antibodies to the blood type A antigen, like type B's and O's do.

Paradoxically enough, hog also has an antibody (iso-hemmaglutinin) in its tissues which reacts to the A antigen, so it should be avoided for this reason by A's and AB's as well.


Smoke is the problem - especially imitation smoke.

Here are the latest ratings for goose:
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/depictor5.pl?122

Safflower is Neutral for Type A per the latest rating:
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/depictor5.pl?358

Ice cream is a combination of many ingredients.  Evaluate each ingredient for compliance.  If all ingredients are Neutral or better for your type, it is acceptable for that type.



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Bitter melon is avoid for everyone but it is known to control blood sugar.
It is under fruit in Typebase or Swami
but considered as a vegetable in the market and uses for cooking.

I wonder why it is so bad if It has been used as food for a long time in Asia.
I am very tempted eating it for my blood sugar.
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I know this is a BTD post so probably shouldn't even say this......but once you do a SWAMI, those items can change. At least they did for me. Not sure the O nonnies would ever get very many of their former avoids back though.............

But making comparison charts IS A LOT OF FUN when you have the time to do it.  So, thanks for doing it.    


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Bitter melon is avoid for everyone but it is known to control blood sugar.
It is under fruit in Typebase or Swami
but considered as a vegetable in the market and uses for cooking.

I wonder why it is so bad if It has been used as food for a long time in Asia.
I am very tempted eating it for my blood sugar.


You can always try it out and see how you react.

Both the leaves and the fruit of the bitter melon plant do not agree with me.


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My neighbor grocery carries fresh bitter melon and I have tried about a week.
I don't react but it doesn't lower the blood sugar so far.
I am going to try few more days but it may not worth to eat it.
It is avoid on my Swami.

Anyone has bitter melon on Swami at least neutral?
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