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Kate started a thread recently commenting on the annoying number of foods that are Avoids for only O nonnies. That got me curious, so I checked to see what other anomalies there might be.

Here are the foods that are Avoids for only one type and secretor status. As Kate could have guessed, O nonnies are the champ, but A secretors aren't far behind:

A secretor: Goat, Lamb, Mutton, Pheasant, Rabbit, Caviar, Bluefish, Grouper, Harvest Fish, Herring, Opaleye, Scup, Shad, Tilefish, Sweet Potato. Chili Powder, Wintergreen -- mostly meats, as you might guess.

A nonnie: Casaba Melon.

B secretor: Butterfish, Snail, Amaranth, Wild Rice, Pumpkin.

B nonnie: Nothing.

AB secretor: Nothing.

AB nonnie: Jicama, Prunes.

O secretor: Mustard Greens, Nutmeg.

O nonnie: Farmer Cheese, Feta Cheese, Goat Cheese, Mozzarella, Almond Cheese, Almond Milk, Cod Liver Oil, Gluten Free Bread, Oat Flour, Oats (Bran, Meal), Spelt, Spelt Flour, Brussels Sprouts, Apples, Apricots, Dates, Strawberries, Tamari, Vanilla. The dairy and grain products didn't surprise me, but all that fruit did!

Note the long lists for A secretors and O nonnies, yet short lists for A nonnies and O secretors.



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Then I checked into foods that are Avoids for only one entire blood type.  O's are the clear champs, with AB's running a distant second:

A (secretor & non): Calf Liver, Papayas.

B (secretor & non): Pine Nuts, Rye Bread, Rye Flour.

AB (secretor & non): Tuna, Whiting, Mushrooms (Black Trumpet), Dewberries, Guava, Quinces, Sago Palm, Anise Seed.

O (secretor & non): Abalone, Muskelunge, Kefir, Paneer. Quark Cheese, Ricotta, Yogurt, Beechnut, Chestnuts, Litchis, Evening Primrose Oil, Wheat Germ Oil, Barley, Wheat Bread (sprouted), Alfalfa Sprouts, Cauliflower, Cucumber, Cucumber Juice, Leeks, Blackberries, Kiwifruit, Pears (Asian), Wine (White), Mace.


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That got me curious about foods that are OK for only one entire blood type.  This time, B's tied with O's.

A (secretor & non): Poppy Seed, Avocado Oil, Sunflower Oil, Aloe, Guarana.

B (secretor & non): Brie, Buttermilk, Half & Half, Milk (Cow, Whole), Capers, Pickle (Vinegar), Oranges, Mustard (Wheat & Vinegar), Vinegar (Non-Cider).

AB (secretor & non): String Cheese, Wheat Bran.

O (secretor & non): Squirrel, Bass (Blue Gill), Bass (Striped), Clam, Eel, Lobster, Oyster, Shrimp, Gelatin.  Note that they get all the shellfish!


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Quoted from Carol_the_Dabbler
O (secretor & non): Squirrel, Bass (Blue Gill), Bass (Striped), Clam, Eel, Lobster, Oyster, Shrimp, Gelatin.  Note that they get all the shellfish!


And the squirrel!  Woo hoo!  



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And finally (as you might guess), I made a list of foods that are OK for only one type and secretor status.  This time it's A secretors all the way.

A secretor: Sunflower Seed, Safflower Oil, Corn, Cornmeal, Popcorn, Corn Syrup, Dextrose, Invert Sugar, Maltodextrin, Sucanat, Corn Starch.  (Of course, most of that lengthy list is corn!)

A nonnie: Frog, Octopus, Coconut Meat, Coconut Milk.

B secretor: Camembert, Parmesan, Provolone, Mustard (Vinegar), Pickles (Dill Relish).

B nonnie: Nothing.

AB secretor: Cashews, Pistachios, Wheat Germ.

AB nonnies: Nothing.

O secretors: Garbanzos, Olives (Greek, Spanish).

O nonnies: Coconut Oil, MSG.

NOTE:  All of the above are based on lists that I compiled for my own use several months ago.  There may be errors in my lists, and there have definitely been some changes to Typebase since then.



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Wow, Carol. Thanks for doing the research and for posting your findings.


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And the squirrel!  Woo hoo!



Yeah, Kate, but we get the Guarana!




(What's Guarana?)  



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You're welcome, Drea!

I get curious about weird things like this, and there's no stopping me ....


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Quoted from Carol_the_Dabbler

O nonnies: Coconut Oil, MSG.


That MSG is a weird one - is that really something that anyone should ingest as an added ingredient?  Can I trade MSG for dates?



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Maybe if you sprinkle MSG on the dates...?




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Thanks for all this information

MSG -if I can't tolerate msg for sure does that mean I'm A NONNIE ( I get the runs so bad I get so weak I have to lay down for a couple of hours)  This was many many years ago, I don't doingly eat it. ?
I never did like the taste of brussel sprouts, but as a kid had to eat them, same with apples, apricots & dates, now I like dates but they don't like me.  If I had vanilla I craved it so much, the
only way I enjoy strawberries is if they are dark red ripe (if hard forget it)

I tried leeks, and did not like the way I felt after eating a serving, threw the rest away.
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You Os could sprinkle your MSG on the squirrel.


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Is cod really an avoid for O nonnie? I have not seen that on other lists?
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I think that I may have misread that, I went back and saw that it said cod liver oil and not just cod. ooops
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Thanks Carol for all your work. What an interesting read. Lists like that are lots of fun!

Quoted from Carol_the_Dabbler
O (secretor & non): Squirrel, Bass (Blue Gill), Bass (Striped), Clam, Eel, Lobster, Oyster, Shrimp, Gelatin. Note that they get all the shellfish!


Hah yeah - guess what I really dislike/don't stomach very well...!


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MSG -if I can't tolerate msg for sure does that mean I'm A NONNIE ( I get the runs so bad I get so weak I have to lay down for a couple of hours)  This was many many years ago, I don't doingly eat it. ?

I never did like the taste of brussel sprouts, but as a kid had to eat them, same with apples, apricots & dates, now I like dates but they don't like me.  If I had vanilla I craved it so much, the only way I enjoy strawberries is if they are dark red ripe (if hard forget it)  I tried leeks, and did not like the way I felt after eating a serving, threw the rest away.



Actually, O nonnies are the only ones who can tolerate MSG -- though I'm sure a good many of them can't, due to individual allergies, sensitivities, and intolerances.

Except for Leeks, the rest pf the foods that you mention are O-nonnie-only Avoids, so maybe you are a nonnie.  On the other hand, see Poly's post.

If you have the test, you'll know for sure.



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That MSG is a weird one - is that really something that anyone should ingest as an added ingredient?  


This is also puzzling to me.

I wonder if it is possible to a food not cause in agglutination or other blood reaction and thus pass D'Adamo's testing, but still have harmfull affects on the body.

O-nonsecretors might be able to eat MSG without digestive upset or problems in the blood, but still suffer headaches and other reactions to MSG.

The URL below suggests that MSG kills nerve cells. This would have adverse health consequences, but have nothing to do with digestion or blood. In fact people who did not agglutinate MSG might deliver the chemical more efficientally to the brain.

http://www.healthdangers.com/drugs/MSG/msg-research.htm


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I would like to think of it in terms of modern day natural selection, the O nonnies are probably one of the oldest blood groups, they have been around too long and are now eating up all of the red meat and avocados so there is not enough left for the other blood types, no wonder A secretors still can't eat beef there is none left after all of the O nonnies get done gorging on it.  So anyway there is the O nonnie sore spot there blood doesn't let them know that msg is bad, it happily accepts it like it would a pear or any other neutral

Onon blood ".............mmmmmmmmm tastes like chicken"

eat, eat, eat away at the MSG and then they will die off one by one like ants walking off a hill.

Then finally the A sec. can eat red meat and the O Sec. can have a bit of avocado,

...........classic Cain and Able type tale



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In fact people who did not agglutinate MSG might deliver the chemical more efficientally to the brain.


Good point C-sharp.
I'm w/ Whimsical when she asks is that really something that anyone should ingest as an added ingredient? If trying to lose weight, it would be especially bad to eat because as I understand, MSG does not let the hunger "switch" in your brain turn off. How many times have you heard people w/ are eating Chinese, famous for MSG, "I just can't stop eating. I can eat this til I pop?"  I can remember saying that more than once myself. Now I know why. Or part of the reason anyway. The other part was that I just plain loved it!!



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So, Laura -- the BTD is actually an A secretor plot to take over the world???

 

Guess that makes sense, since Dr. D is an A secretor ....



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No, no, no Carol BTD just proves that A secretors will naturally take over the world, it is just the natural process of things, no plot, just the world changing moving on.  Dr. D in his advanced A sec mental abilities was just able to see this and make the scientific connection for all to see

Now it is troublesome that his wife is an O, but that is his personal matter



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Gonna run right out and get some, Vicki?


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actually have you ever had good quality octapus?  delish..............it tastes especially good with a marinara or pest sauce, like pasta



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Wow.  Now I'm depressed.  It doesn't just FEEL like my type has more avoids than any other type, we really do!  I sometimes quip that the O nonnie diet is the "monk diet".  I'm laughing, but crying on the inside *lol*.

Welcome to the Hotel California.

O nonnie, OUT!

(p.s.  I secretly wouldn't want to be any other type...avocados, don't ya know!  Muah!)


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That got me curious about foods that are OK for only one entire blood type. This time, B's tied with O's....O (secretor & non): Squirrel, Bass (Blue Gill), Bass (Striped), Clam, Eel, Lobster, Oyster, Shrimp, Gelatin. Note that they get all the shellfish!

This is another reason that I'm secretly glad I'm an O non.  Shellfish rules!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  And gelatin!!!!!!

btw, ROFLMBO, whimsical, re:  "And the squirrel, woo hoo!"  **



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P.S. Carol (you Dabbler, you), I'm about to make this thread sticky. Why? Because this is an original topic, very interesting and informative, that has never been posted on before to my knowledge. Well done, girlie-girl/Kyosha Nim extraordinairre!


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The URL below suggests that MSG kills nerve cells.

Us O nons have far too many nerve cells as it is.  We need something to go in there and kill 'em off, thin out the herd.




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... this is an original topic, very interesting and informative, that has never been posted on before to my knowledge.



... except by Kate?

Dunno how useful this info is -- just one of those quirky things that catches my attention.  But thanks for the stickiness!



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I think it is one of those unuseful, useful things, if you know what I mean



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How about 'bennies' for everyone!???????
I made this list:  Green tea, olive oil, plums, parsnips,broccoli, kale, collards, beet greens, black walnuts, & cod.  So, if you go to a dinner & they serve most of these, you know the host is a BTD nut like us!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Thanks for adding that list of -- whatever the opposite of anomalies is, Mrs. T!

Much as I love 'em, though, Parsnips just miss being a Universal Bennie -- they're merely a Neutral for O nonnies.



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And what about the Universal Avoids: Pork, Conch, American Processed Cheese, Blue Cheese, Corn Oil, Cottonseed Oil, Black Olives, Rhubarb, Bitter Melon, Soda Pop, Carrageenan, Guar Gum, Aspartame, Sucanat, Acacia (Gum Arabic), and Pepper (the spice).

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omit the pepper as being a universal avoid........I believe some can have pepper (the spice) as long as they use a pepper mill.
this advice is due to mold build up in pre ground pepper.


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I've heard that, too, Lola, but it's been listed an a Universal Avoid on Typebase for the past few months.  Perhaps that's based on new research.

I suspect that if the Avoid status was based on possible mold contamination, a lot of other things would be Avoids that are not (at least not for everyone) -- other pre-ground spices, for example, and millet, which is notoriously prone to mold, yet is either Neutral or Beneficial for everyone.



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I know pepper is not an avoid for me......I never buy or consume pre-ground though.


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Interesting re: msg & Ononnies - I've never been bothered by ill effects from it. That I know of. I am, however, brokenhearted (and rebellious!) about losing crab, which in my own personal case means Alaskan King crab, one of the foods of the gods, darnit. Whine. I wonder if it never bothered me coz I always have it w/drawn butter, which is basically ghee. And tapioca! What's life without tapioca pudding from scratch, right off the stove? Made, of course, with those other avoids, milk and vanilla. Okay, vanilla I don't get at all. Why should vanilla hurt me!?
PS- Thanks for the lists, I really love that kind of information.


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oooo C...the D....what are you doing ;) ;) did ya melanged the pedales you wrote tuna...really won't you have a re-looky-looky for US the ROYALS...huh h ??????



THIS IS A FENEBICIAL!!!!!


and sorry what I can't stand for is either linden this is a very b for me; only my opinion and anise..yup...too  :-/ :-/ :P :P
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Isa -- OOPS!!!  You're absolutely right -- I must have been color-blind when I added tuna to my list.  Green, you silly Dabbler, not Red!  One of these days when I'm looking for something to do, I'll have to proofread those lists!

Suzanna -- the Crab that's listed on Typebase is Blue Crab, not King Crab.  Best guess would probably be that they would test the same, but apparently King Crab has not actually been tested yet, so some would call it a Cautious Neutral.


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hmm...crab is crab...like a frogy ....
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That is a scary list for us O nonnies, you all better be greatful for being the other blood types.
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We pay dearly for being able to eat all that red meat!
The way I see it is that every type has to give something up they really love, & every type gets to eat something special they love that others can't.
Just like life, I guess!

I still am amazed that so few can eat garbanzos.  They are almost a staple in certain parts of the world.
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Interesting.  I'm an O- secretor and as a kid I tested as allergic to apples and apricots which might lead you to believe that I'm really a nonnie.  Maybe one of these days, I'll do a retest.
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Your listing of tuna as avoid for AB had me worried for a minute, as I remember it being beneficial.  I looked it up on this site and it is beneficial.  Was it another fish which started with t you were thinking of?  Just did not want any AB's new to the diet to be confused.

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typebase is where most food values have been updated......so always check there whenever
there s a doubt.

which book do you have?

you might also want to check the errata page, to correct any typos from the books:
http://www.dadamo.com/errata/smartfaq.cgi?answer=1075225915


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...Yeah, Kate, but we get the Guarana!
(What's Guarana?)


Guarana {Paullinia cupana - Sapindaceae}

A Stimulating herb/spice that is used as a 'Caffeine/Cola Substitute'. The benefit is that it generally doesn't give one cramps or anxiety like heavy doses of caffeine.
Apparently it does have Caffeine and the Theobromine like Tea or Coffee, but it is DEFINITELY different in its activity...

Has the taste similar to and looks like (when used as a supplement) Unsweetened Cocoa. In fact, disreputable merchants will sell you Cocoa at 5X the price.

Also, interestingly it reduces platelet aggregation - a potential use as Deflect?...


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This is seriously so awesome.  Something I would do, actually -- maybe it's an A thing?  But, now someone's got to make a list of foods that are OKAY for ALL types and AVOIDS for ALL types.  Of course, it's probably been done.  But anyway, this is super cool.
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go to page 1 of this thread....it s all in the first posts by CarolTD.


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So, who all can eat avocadoes???? (and, more importantly, why?)(I just won't get off it, will I?)
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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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