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how about wheat, lentils and soybeans, are they okay when they are sprouted?
It also says low Glycemic, what is that?

the 100% sprouted grain breads are fine for you, always check for any personal issues you might have, ofcourse.

about low glycemic........means there s no extra sweetener added to the product.
and that sprouted grains in general have a lower glycemic count, than normal grains.
for me, even sprouted breads are naturally sweet, and I prefer to stay away from them......it s all a matter of individuality, again!


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It also says low Glycemic, what is that?

Here you can read the entry on Glycemic index from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.



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Thank you. Thank you.
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Hello everyone,

Being new to this BTD, where do you buy the bread for type O?  Is Ezekiel 4:9 a brand, store?

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Any thoughts on Essene which is just sprouted wheat, organic millet and brown rice?  It is listed in typebase as a beneficial for an O nonnie.  You can find it frozen in a loaf which must be defrosted to slice.  It's tasty -- more moist that most breads.
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Being new to this BTD, where do you buy the bread for type O?  Is Ezekiel 4:9 a brand, store?

Welcome Deborah Sue,

If you read the whole thread I think you will find answers to some of your questions about Ezekiel 4:9 bread.

I can buy Ezekiel 4:9 bread in the freezer section at almost all of the stores I shop at.





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Hi,
I'm new here, but I'm going to chime in if you don't mind.  

Here in Ohio, we have a great source for 100% spelt bread. Berlin Bakery.

http://www.berlinnaturalbakery.com/

I think it is available outside of Ohio to a certain extent - and online throughout the country.

They have THE BEST bread...whole spelt, WHITE spelt (my favorite), sprouted spelt, spelt dinner rolls, hamburger buns, hotdog buns, cookies, pasta - all sorts of stuff.

One thing they point out on their website is a new FDA law that states spelt must be labled AS WHEAT on the ingredients of bread now....example: spelt (wheat) flour - which has been the cause of confusion for many people.  They also say that spelt does contain gluten - so I'm wondering if spelt is still OK for O's?  I hope so!  
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Welcome europa2001,
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They also say that spelt does contain gluten - so I'm wondering if spelt is still OK for O's?

Yes, spelt is OK for type O secretors, but not for type O non-secretors. The lectin is different in spelt versus standard wheat.

I have been buying the Berlin Natural spelt bread for years, although I don't use it much anymore. One loaf of bread probably lasts my family 6-12 months.

If Berlin Natural didn't use canola oil it would be good for type B too.


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Thanks! that makes me feel a lot better. I know I would probably be better off not eating much grain at all - but in the winter for some reason I "seem" to need it.

Would you consider sprouted spelt to be a better choice than regular spelt?

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I buy my Ezekiel 4:9 100% sprouted from Trader Jones and it is not frozen, it is fresh. And a lot cheaper than Whole Foods frozen one.
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I believe Ezekiel 4:9 bread is often frozen because it is a live, sproputed food item., keeping it stored frozen will ensure 'shelf life' for consumers--dependent on how fast the turn-around time is where it is sold.

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Quoted from Food for Life FAQ
http://www.foodforlife.com
Our sprouted grain breads are not necessarily a source for "Live" enzymes. What's important to remember is the natural enzymes in the grains are activated during the sprouting process, which releases the vital nutrients. Basically, the enzymes are allowed to do their job before the grains are made into bread. It is this process that makes the difference!


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Would sprouted spelt be better for an O than sprouted wheat?

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Would sprouted spelt be better for an O than sprouted wheat?

Probably only if the sprouted wheat isn't fully sprouted.


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I believe Ezekiel 4:9 bread is often frozen because it is a live, sproputed food item., keeping it stored frozen will ensure 'shelf life' for consumers--dependent on how fast the turn-around time is where it is sold.

Alia


The HFS I use says the Ezekiel comes frozen when they recieve it and she keeps it in a Fridge until sold. I then keep it in the Fridge at home. It took me a while but I now enjoy the Ezekiel bread better than any other.

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Thank you for pointing this out.

I believe most stores I frequent sell Food For Life Ezekiel products frozen.  

When I lived in California, Trader Joe's may have kept it refrigerated; perhaps this may have been related to a higher turnover of these products.

Ezekiel 4:9 bread is another alternative to commercial wheat sandwich bread.

Alia



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I'm new to this diet, as well as the forum.  I am an O+.  I've been on the diet for approximately 2 weeks.  And, I'm looking for a receipe for pizza crust and a substitute for oat meal.  Also, I thought I read some where that we coundn't take any supplements while on this diet.  I currently use Co Q-10, fish oil capsules and kelp?  Does anyone know if this is okay?

 N.A.P. just sent out a new "Dr. D'Adamo's Update" on the differences between ezekial (leavened and unleavened) and even mentions a spelt pizza crust receipe.
As for supplements, I know in an ideal world, if we all came to the diet pure and cleansed, we perhaps wouldn't "need" supplements if we followed the diet religiously. But many of us come to the diet after years of dietary abuse, after years of biochemical ups and downs. For me, anyway, a few of Dr. D'Adamo's supplements have helped tremendously while starting the diet, and over the past two years, his supplements have enabled me to stay on the diet, and finally stabilize and lose weight. I especially wouldn't do without his Deflect (for each blood type); Dr. D'Adamo's PolyFLORA (probiotic) for each blood type, and his recently released Intrinsa has been a godsend. If you don't live in a perfect world, and if you have arrived at the blood type diet, like me, after years of confusion--Dr. D'Adamo's supplements may help you make it through the beginning stages and along with the beneficial foods, help encourage the body to cleanse and reset.

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Does anyone know if this goes for rye manna bread? It's that small mushy loaf made only from crushed and baked sprouted rye. I'm not supposed to have whole rye but I wonder if the sprouted loaf is okay?  From what I recall reading, when a grain is sprouted it loses its lectins. I would assume this would go for rye as well as wheat. I know I have a wheat allergy so I can't tolerate the ezekiel bread but I'm hoping the rye manna bread will be acceptable.

If no one on the forum knows is there an "official" source where I can find out?
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if your allergy is a gluten one, you should avoid all gluten containing grains, even if they re sprouted.
sprouting takes care of the lectin,*WGA* but not the gluten.


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Thanks. I am just allergic to wheat, not gluten, so I guess I'm okay with the rye. What does WGA mean?
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wheat germ agglutinin (wow I just made that up)
So, lentils are in ezekiel too...big avoid...but rendered harmless I assume....
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correct Jayney!!


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The seed coat of wheat contains a lectin
called Wheat Germ Agglutinin (WGA).  

They provoke the immune system to manufacture
antibodies against them.

The acids within the stomach do not break down
Wheat Germ Agglutinin and as it begins to be
digested in the small intestine, it begins its mission to destroy O Blood Type Humans!

WGA binds to the cholecystokinin receptors and inhibits their action.  Cholecystokinin (CCK) is a hormone secreted especially by the duodenal mucosa that regulates the emptying of the gallbladder and secretion of enzymes by the pancreas and that has been found in the brain.  The enzymes digest fat, protein, and carbohydrates.  CCK is also present in the brain and may play a part in appetite control.  When CCK is low, appetite control is also low.  Lectins block the CCK receptor and inhibit the secretion of amylase, which is needed to digest carbohydrates.

Then, WGA enhances membrane bound maltase, an enzyme that breaks down complex sugars into simple sugars in the small intestine.  At the same time, WGA inhibits aminopeptidase, and enzyme that breaks down polypeptides into amino acids.

Once WGA has made it into the blood stream
(because it resists digestion), it mimics the
effect of insulin on the insulin receptor of
fat cells.  The actin binds to the fat cells
and signal the cell to stop burning fat and to start storing extra calories as fat.  Since WGL has already acted upon maltase to break down complex sugars into simple sugars, there are plenty of simple sugars to begin storing in the blood stream.


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OMG! Reading that was enlightening! All the troubles I've had with my GB may be due to WGA, of which I have eaten tons in my lifetime!!!!!! Whoa!
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