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Laura P
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I eat applegate farms organic, I like this one because it is sweetened with maple sugar instead of sugar or cane syurp.  It is not even really 'sweetened' just what they use around the outside to 'preserve' it, I cut the outside off so it is sugar free



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turkey here in Switzerland is a good thing to find----but every other stuff of turkey is almost dressed with no-nos' so far  a little chemical bombe  thatswhy I don't eat it .....
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Quoted from Dr. D
page 291 of LR4YT
Eat a balanced breakfast, with more protein containing food. ForType AB breakfast should be thought of as the "King of Meals", particularly if you are trying to lose weight. It is the most important meal of the day for balancing your metabolic needs and your stress response.


Mandi, Have you tried eating dinner for breakfast? Why not have some lamb, turkey, or fish and vegetables for breakfast?

Save your higher carb foods for later in the day after you have ridden your bike.

Your type O partner would benefit from this eating style too.


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today i have green tea, coffee with cream, and steamed rice with a pear and currants cooked in ghee topped with goat yogurt and maple syrup..

also, what if you are trying to gain weight??
i am always looking for ways to help put some yummy weight on where it needs to be..any weighty breakfast tips?

from a tall skinny B who would love some more curves

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don,
my husband does this already.  i guess morning time is a little harder to get up and cook "dinner".  I really need to make extra for dinner, but i usually have fish, and to me fish for breakfast would be reallly hard to get used to.  I need to buy a turkey and roast it.  I really am afraid to eat to much animal protein but want to eat enough for racing.  I wish for athletes like my self there were more guidelines.  Last saturday i did a big endurance race that took me 10 hours and 56 min to complete with 10 hours and 44 min ride time.  how do you replenish from that?  wow and just raced again today but only 2 hours 42min.  this felt like a sprint.  uni bars are working well for me and can eat them while racing.  finally something that kind of works but I want an energy gel.  I think agave nectar in my gel flask would get really expensive!  
don thanks so much you have been a big help to my husband joey and i.  
oh yeah now back to the topic, dinner for breakfast is going to be hard but i'm sure i can do it, it will just take time.
also thanks to everyone!! i had sweet potatoes with eggs this morning and it worked well for my race.  Before the start i had my homemade granola.  I just can't give it up.
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...finally something that kind of works but I want an energy gel.  I think agave nectar in my gel flask would get really expensive!

Did you stop using the fruit juice concentrate? If so, why? Did it not really work for you?

I have tried black cherry juice contentrate on several rides, unfortunately I have some health issues related to energy production that makes it hard for me to tell how well it worked.



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My husband likes scrambled eggs, plain, with turkey bacon. I find it hard to eat scrambled eggs without toast, (fried, even harder) and I am trying to think of something yummy to set off the eggs that isn't a grain, ketchup, salsa, guacamole, or cheese, all of which I love but cannot have for various reasons. Some kind of relish. Ideas?
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Fresh Avacodo rolled up in Turkey meat.
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I guess you can have that......lucky, lucky!
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My husband likes scrambled eggs, plain, with turkey bacon. I find it hard to eat scrambled eggs without toast, (fried, even harder) and I am trying to think of something yummy to set off the eggs that isn't a grain, ketchup, salsa, guacamole, or cheese, all of which I love but cannot have for various reasons. Some kind of relish. Ideas?


Today I ate three slices of applegate turkey bacon and two fried eggs (in ghee) with nutritional yeast on top. Normally I would have toast with that lot, but the toaster is still in storage *sigh*.

Even so, that filled me up quite nicely. Plus I had two cups of decaf with soy milk which helped, too.


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hmmmmm, interesting, Drea. I love NY.
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Mandi, Have you tried eating dinner for breakfast? Why not have some lamb, turkey, or fish and vegetables for breakfast?

Save your higher carb foods for later in the day after you have ridden your bike.

Your type O partner would benefit from this eating style too.


My husband O and me eat for breakfast: egg whites and tuna, with rye bread.  and my son  A soy milk with amaranto and also rye bread with a little tuna or turkey....

What about the additives of canned tuna (olive oil) and breast turkey sliced like jam???


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Raquel,
do you buy the turkey breast sliced thin as ham?

most store bought oven roasted turkey breast does have certain avoids.....
you could try making your own.....
http://www.dadamo.com/forum/archivea/admin_config.pl?read=79009


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Sí Lola, yo compro el de automercado que viene cortado como el jamón clásico y miro los ingredientes y no es ahumano pero viene con ciertos conservantes???'.
Trataré hacerlo yo, gracias por la receta!!!, y que opinas de las sardinas y el atun en latas??
besos....


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me parece que todo pescado que viene enlatado en aceite de oliva es mucho mejor que aquellos con ya sea aceites vegetales (que siempre suelen ser de maíz o de soja) o en alguna salsa, que siempre lleva saborizantes y no sabemos que a ciencia cierta.


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Sí claro,tienes razón.....yo siempre lo compro con aceite de oliva o en agua...


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Raquel,
do you buy the turkey breast sliced thin as ham?

most store bought oven roasted turkey breast does have certain avoids.....
you could try making your own.....
http://www.dadamo.com/forum/archivea/admin_config.pl?read=79009


Lola , gracias por las recetas!!!!
ayer hice el pavo, y queda muy bien, y también le hice a mi hijo un biscocho de espelta-zanahoria -nueces y melaza de caña, quedó muy bueno ......Además , que mi hijo es un niño A (con mucha energía O, será por el padre) y tiene muy buen apetito y le encanta el deporte intenso, por eso estoy siempre pendiente de su buena alimentación..
De nuevo gracias por las recetas


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I ate green grapes, a few walnuts, a plain yogurt, 1/4 loaf of  carrot/raisin manna bread (also known as essene bread) ... DELICIOUS !!!


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This morning I sauteed some chopped up garlic and ginger (I like them both in bigger chunks) in ghee and a bit of salt, then added some cooked soybean noodles - ingredients: organic golden soybeans -  that I've recently found (I think at WF, but it was in California, so it's hard to remember), and then a dash of wf tamari. This dish really fills me up, has a good amount of protein, which I crave in the AM, and all around hits the spot. That and a cup of black decaf coffee.


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Raquel,
que gusto!!


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regardless of blood type, what did you eat for breakfast? (give specifics)
I need some new ideas.  I can always adapt ideas to make them ok for my type.  i'm sick of eggs, granola, and fruit smoothies.  please! some ideas would be helpful.  



HERE  R SOME PAST BREAKFASTS:

1/3 cup OATMEAL, 1 PEACH, 1/2 cup YOGURT, cinnamon,
1 OATMEAL MUFFIN homemade, 1 tsp MOLASSES.    

1 KIWI, 1/3 cup OATMEAL, cinnamon, 1 CINNAMON BAGEL, 1 TBSP MOLASSES, 1 tsp PEANUTBUTTER,  1/2 cup YOGURT.        

1 small NECTARINE, 3/4 cup RED GRAPES, 1/2 KEFIR.

6 CHERRIES, 1/2 cup RED GRAPES, 1/2 cup YOGURT,
1 RASPBERRY/YOGURT MUFFIN.

12 CHERRIES, 1/2 YOGURT, 1/4 MANNA BREAD LOAF (carrot/raisin).

1 GREEN APPLE, 1/3 cup OATMEAL, 1/2 cup YOGURT, 2 small slices ARTISINALE BREAD, 1 tsp PEANUTBUTTER, 1 tsp MOLASSES.    

MANGO, 1/2 YOGURT, 4 WALNUTS, 1/4 loaf carrot/raisin MANNA BREAD.    

1 1/2 cup frozen BERRIES/ PINEAPPLE, 1 cup natural plain
YOGURT, 1 OATMEAL COOKIE, 1 tsp ALMOND BUTTER.

1 PEAR, 1/3 cup natural plain YOGURT, 3 slices SESAME FRESH BREAD (TOASTED) w/ 3 tsp HONEY.

1 green APPLE, 1/3 cup OATMEAL, 1/2 cup YOGURT,  2 slices RAISIN BREAD w/ 2 tsp ALMOND BUTTER.        

1 APPLE, 1 small CINNAMON BAGEL w CREAMCHEESE,  3 EGGWHITES (2 yolks).

PINEAPPLE, 1 KIWI,  1/2 cup YOGURT, 1/3 cup OATMEAL, cinnamon,
1 APPLE MUFFIN.

PINEAPPLE, COTTAGE CHEESE, 1/4 loaf MANNA BREAD.



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I have a question about eggs.  I've noticed that several O's eat two or three eggs for breakfast... is that a daily thing or only a few times a week.  For me, eggs are the easiest protien-rich meal if I don't have leftovers from dinner to eat... but I was worried about eating too many eggs because I think the max in the recommended servings is 6/week (and the older list says only 3) Also, I read Dr. D say that eggs are generally a poor source of protien for Type O's, so I was wondering if I should try to get my breakfast protien some other way.

I love to eat two scrambled eggs with lots of beneficial veggies & herbs.  It's my favorite breakfast since starting the BTD.  Occassionally I'll add some farmer's cheese or fresh mozerella, but usually just the the eggs & veggies.  It really feels good, but  I was worried that if I ate that every day, I'd be eating waaaay to many eggs.

From this thread, I got the idea to look for the turkey bacon & I just found some of the Applegate turkey bacon at my HFS.  It's soo yummy!!  I am thrilled to discover it.  It takes more time to cook up that and eggs every morning, though & it's expensive (my husband loves it too, so it goes quickly!)  I am still struggling with figuring out fast type O breakfasts with enough protien.  Sometimes I don't have time to eat breakfast before work, so I just eat a big handful of walnuts and a slice or two of dried mango.  Not the greatest, but I think it has some protien with the nuts.  I also like mashed sweet potatos for breakfast too (baked the night before), but I don't think that has enough protien to get my day started right.

I wished I liked breakfast smoothies the way that my N.D. recommended, but cod liver oil and no sugar or fruit juice to sweeten... yuck!  I just can't get 'em down.  Thanks for this thread, though... there are some great ideas for breakfast & I love reading what everyone eats... even other bloodtypes.  It's so interesting!
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today i have green tea, coffee with cream, and steamed rice with a pear and currants cooked in ghee topped with goat yogurt and maple syrup..


ohhh that sounds delicious !!!!!!!!




I think I will cook some basmati rice and have it with a pear, currants and yogurt with fancy molasses !!!
Is that allowed ??
I know that the blackstrap molasses is beneficial for us but the fancy ??? hmmmmm


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I had such a great breakfast this morning that I want to share with all the B'S !!!

A half cup of cottage cheese, one cut up pear and 1/2 banana sprinkled with cardamom and nutmeg with a piece of carrot/raisin manna bread ... DELICIOUS !!!!


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