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wizz
Friday, May 11, 2007, 7:15am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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When you've been on BTD consistently for two weeks or more do you experience side effects when you have avoids even if avoids are in small amounts?

If so, what are some of the side effects?

Does this means that once I've started this diet I cannot have avoids except I'm willing to experience side effects? I just need to know so when I eat out I know if I have to be extremely selective of what I eat.

This is my third week on this diet and I had veggie mince yesterday but didn't notice it contained corn gluten and wheat gluten. I ended up with serious abdominal pain! I haven't had veggie mince in about 15 yrs but I've never had any problems in the past. I suspect the problem was the gluten!

From now on I will definitely read the label of everything I intend to consume as the pain was excruciating!

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...if you are going to detox and then you'll reintroduce even only little amounts of em, be aware that the sideffect might be 500 times bigger in its real effect what you can experience!!!
A bit heavy...huh .....
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Yes wizz...I experience different reactions when I eat avoids.  Stomach does not seem to be affected as much as other 'power points'.    Wheat can cause my right knee to start to ache, usually within 10 minutes of ingesting (actually kind of like a burn on the inside of it, but not actually in the bone-more on the flesh part), sugar does that also.  Anything, dairy and my skin and head will start to itch (especially my skin on my tummy when I am sleeping...I can wake up quite scratched up and not even know I had done it) and I have another power point for that on my left arm near the top.  When I used to eat the avoids it would usually take up to a week to fully get out of my system.  I find the more compliant I have become the less tolerant of avoids I am.  

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...if you are going to detox and then you'll reintroduce even only little amounts of em, be aware that the sideffect might be 500 times bigger in its real effect what you can experience!!!
A bit heavy...huh .....


Talk about heavy...that's an understatement...I'm down right scared! Holy c**p!
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Yes wizz...I experience different reactions when I eat avoids.  Stomach does not seem to be affected as much as other 'power points'.    Wheat can cause my right knee to start to ache, usually within 10 minutes of ingesting (actually kind of like a burn on the inside of it, but not actually in the bone-more on the flesh part), sugar does that also.  Anything, dairy and my skin and head will start to itch (especially my skin on my tummy when I am sleeping...I can wake up quite scratched up and not even know I had done it) and I have another power point for that on my left arm near the top.  When I used to eat the avoids it would usually take up to a week to fully get out of my system.  I find the more compliant I have become the less tolerant of avoids I am.  

Debra


OMG If something like that happen to me and I didn't know what was happening I would be so scared and worried. I guess knowing the side effects of having avoids help to keep us on track but darn, that's a bit harsh!

Can some of the A blood type please respond!
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I have similar issues with some avoids, like potatoes. Potatoes make my joints swell up almost immediately, whereas tomoatoes and peppers (also avoids) either have such a delayed reaction that I don't notice, or don't affect me much at all. I still try to avoid them (mostly) because they are avoids...


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Ok, I understand the avoids can have side effects, but what will happen if we add like a new food we have never eaten that is ok for our blood type? I am considering dandelion greens. Beneficial for me, but my B neighbor reported a scratchy throat from eating the greens.
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I have issues with tomatoes and potatoes.  I get weird little rashes all over my face.  Wheat doesn't affect me hardly at all, but I notice that I feel better with sprouted grain bread or with 100% rye than with plain wheat... though sourdough is fine.

Dairy is another story.  If I go awhile with no dairy, I can do fine on goat cheese (in ALL of it's various forms and deliciousness) but processed motzarella (not fresh) makes me CRAZY!

Don't know about the dandilion phenomenon Marylee (5th demention) to my knowledge I've never had a bad reaction to a beneficial.  Was it commercially grown?  If I'm eating fresh, I only eat organic stuff so no sprays and I wash it well.  Could have something to do with an actual allergy, though.


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The more compliant I've become the worse is my reaction to wheat and now spelt which I had sustituted.

Maybe we are more likely to notice ill effects after feeling better?

I only sussed out the reaction to spelt recently, wondering why I  always felt uncomfortable [jumpy heart beat, risk of atrial fibrillation] on a Monday - [put it down to stress first!]  - 24 hours after eating a Sunday meal of spelt pasta with a 'treat' of avoid cheese.... first I thought it was the cheese, but then I noticed it's happened 24 hours after eating homemade spelt bread too.
So that's the cheese out now as I'm not bothered about it since ditching the pasta!

Joyce

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"Does this means that once I've started this diet I cannot have avoids except I'm willing to experience side effects?"

Sorry, that made me chuckle.  The answer is.... "Yep."  I have a friend who has been on the diet for just a few short weeks and she decided it was too much trouble, and that she'd go back to eating whatever she wanted.  But within a day of adding back in her normal foods, she was so sick she realized that she can't go off the diet.

And every time I toy with the idea of eating an avoid, I remember what it does to me, and I go make myself something beneficial.

There's been several threads along this line and most of us, it seems, have become super-sensitive to avoid foods since beginning the diet.  And, it seems, those who have been on the diet a long, long time (many years), can again tolerate a few avoids without trouble.

While our bodies are healing from the damage we've done to them our whole lives, they will react negatively to what they now are able to see as poison, whereas before our immune systems were so suppressed that we couldn't react.  New sensitivities to avoids are actually a good thing, in my mind, because it shows me that my body can see it for what it is now instead of being beat down.

What kills me: too much wheat (makes me depressed and slows down my digestion to the point of great discomfort), sugar (makes my heart race and lowers my immune system), any nightshade (peppers, potatoes, eggplant, tomatoes---makes my skin break out in boils for weeks).  


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Your responses have been really beneficial to me, as they give me an idea as to what to expect just in case I had avoids. I'm what you can call a 'nervous nelly' ha! ha! and I can drive myself crazy if something is happening to my body and I have no idea what is causing it. I really don't wish to discuss this with my doctor as I don't want wish to hear any negativity on this topic.

Calling all A's!
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Sometimes I get like raw gums and raw patches in my mouth from too much bladderwrack.
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I started having noticeable, miserable side effects about1 to 2 weeks after starting the diet. Helped pinpoint the foods I shouldn't have been eating!


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wizz,
perhaps you could narrow it down, by taking your secretor test when possible.


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wizz,
perhaps you could narrow it down, by taking your secretor test when possible.


Yes I should look into that, but since I live in Jamaica I'm not sure how to go about it but I'll definitely do some research! Thanks for the advice!
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Quoted from wizz
I really don't wish to discuss this with my doctor as I don't want wish to hear any negativity on this topic.

Calling all A's!


Know how you feel!  Most 'outsiders' won't have a clue anyway and many I've met on other forums are so 'scientific' that they denigrate the whole theory/practice.
It often amuses me to read what others write about their food choices/health and try to guess their blood types- I'm right more often than chance might allow.

Joyce


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Wizz,  "nervous nelly."    Of course.  You're an A.  As you eat right and begin to learn to lower your cortisol levels, you'll relax a little.  The injustices of the world and stress in general really get some of us uptight.  The better you feel and the less poisons you eat, the more you'll be able to see the world as friend rather than foe.


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In my experience, yes, once you clean up your system w/ BTD, eating avoids again will def cause bad reactions. I just mentioned that to someone the other day. Everyone will be different in the effects. Sometimes an avoid, for me,  will cause almost instant problems........sometimes I might not see it until the next day. I try to steer clear so I don't have the worries.............not always successful, but I guess that's part of being human.  



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I am new at this, I Deirdre, I am a B I started the diet about a week ago, and have stomach pains about 2hours after I eat.  I just thought it was my medicine blood pressure and Thyoid, then I thought it was not enough water.  Does this pain ever go away?
Have had trouble giving up chicken, have a whold freezer full of it and have several loaves of bread. Sure hate to waste food. that two weeks ago I thought I was fine.

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Hi Deidre- Is this pain after every meal, or just after some meals.  Suggestion: Why don't you try keeping track or what you eat for the meal and if you have pain later note it and write where the pain is located, and how long does it stay.  Does a BM stop the pain, or increase it?  Try eating some beneficials at each meal, try eliminating avoids as soon as you could.  May make a difference.  You will learn as you go keep asking questions and we will try and help.
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Deirdre,
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Dear Deirdre: I too am a B/ Take it easy  on  yourself when it comes to  the chicken. We  are taught that this great white meat called chicken is so good for everyone. Well, I know for a fact that it is not. I started over 7 months ago  on BTD Diet, and I had to slowly cut back on chicken.  I added rabbit in slowly to my diet. I also added an extra fish meal to my weekly schedule.  Then I slowly changed my flours, and lastly the breads I ate.  I grew up on fried chicken every Sunday  and corn with mashed potatoes and lots of gravy made with corn starch.   Now 7 months later I won't touch chicken or gravy.   One of the benefits of following the BTD diet is I have loss alot of weight.   Back to your 1 st question though,  The stomach pains I had lasted for about 3 weeks, and slowly went away, I sipped on pineapple juice , eased some of the discomfort. I started slowly on cutting back on my avoids in my diet too, so I too am very new on the forum and love to hear from the team.
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In the past, many individuals on this forum have expressed that their bodies become more sensitive to certain avoids once they have practiced this lifestyle fairly compliantly.  

Some bodily reactions are more severe to certain foods.  Often it is with the top avoid food items amongst the blood groups such as [whole] wheat, dairy, corn by-products, red meat, chicken, nightshade vegetables, et al.

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Deirdre,
you might also want to read the tutorial for starts.....
http://www.dadamo.com/knowbase/newbie/1.htm


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Hm got me thinking:
I don´t think that I´m more sensitive today-
I am just used to: NOT feeling uncomfy/have pains/feeling tired.....

I think I used to think that is was normal to feel tired, feeling bloated having pains in my tummy etc
- but now after almost 8 years I know how it feels to be alive

Some avoids keep bothering more than others- and I noticed it more now since I normaly feel good.
Like chicken- it gave me constipation and tummyache- I just thought it was normal
- now I don´t eat chicken-  but last time I tried a small bite,  my special chicken pain came back
- it was like OH I used to feel this....


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I felt bloated and.... after I ate anything with wheat. This is how I started with the diet
But many things I like are on the void list. I have a hard time with that.
Then my husband has type A. Only when I cook the right food for him he eats it and follows the diet.
Then I skip a little
Both of us  stopped eating potatoes and wheat.
How to combine A and O? Any suggestions
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Hi Deidre- Is this pain after every meal, or just after some meals.  Suggestion: Why don't you try keeping track or what you eat for the meal and if you have pain later note it and write where the pain is located, and how long does it stay.  Does a BM stop the pain, or increase it?  Try eating some beneficials at each meal, try eliminating avoids as soon as you could.  May make a difference.  You will learn as you go keep asking questions and we will try and help.


Hi and welcome Diedre! This is good advice!

Diedre, you could try giving away some of the foods that fall within the category of avoids. A charity organization, friends whoever, but atleast it wouldn't go to waste and you wouldn't be tempted! My friends had a ball when I started this diet because I gave away so much stuff, but I feel better when they are not in my freezer or cupboards. I hope you feel better soon!
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Quoted from Henriette_Bsec
Hm got me thinking:
I don´t think that I´m more sensitive today-
I am just used to: NOT feeling uncomfy/have pains/feeling tired.....

I think I used to think that is was normal to feel tired, feeling bloated having pains in my tummy etc.


Very true! That's also my experience.

Another thing I've noticed is: If I expect to get a reaction, I get one. If I forget all about eating an avoid, I'm likely not to feel anything wrong.

Then again, I'm not the most sensitive type. It usually takes a while before I react. Like, I need to eat totally wrong for about a week before my body tells me to STOP!


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I remember too so many of the  so called normal pains that have gone away since following the BTD. A little orange juice and my nose would develope the sniffles. I would think uh oh I must be fighting something..Better drink some more orange juice! Corn substances made me dry eyed and itchy and puffy feeling in the face. Much less gas in either direction when totally compliant. Slip in a few too many grains and back to previous normal undesired output levels. There is nothing like that good old compliant feeling to reset your comprehension of how one's 'sposed to feel!
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My B husband says he'll never touch chicken again.  It's one of the worst foods for him now.  I recently ran across an old food list I was making for him just before we went on the BTD.  We knew something was making him feel terrible so I'd write down every single thing he ate for a week.  We couldn't figure out what it was until we started the BTD--chicken!  Who would have thought?!

I just gave away every tomato and tomato-based sauce in my kitchen.  It hurt a lot, but I think I will feel better.  I feel your pain, getting rid of perfectly good food....or then again, is it perfectly good?


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Hi,
all your ideas are great, I have made a list of what I eat. I have also found that peppermint helps. most of the time it is due to something I ate, cereal starts out good until the 3 ingreadient which is Wheat. a major no no for me.

I started the tutoral learn a lot but I also take medicine which I am try to get off of.  The reason the doc put me on them Blood presure and Thyoid is that I had gained so much weigh, went from 130 to 180, so the determatior could not recomend any supplements.

once again thanks for all the suggestions. and encourgment
Deirdre
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I've found that either I've become more sensitive to things-not-good-for-my-body since starting the BTD, or else it's just I'm more tuned-in to my body, and picking up the subtle signals before they get any worse.

Just a couple days ago my lips started tingling and puffing up after I applied lip gloss!  Immediately I swiped off the gloss and tried another one - same brand, different color.  No go.  Same reaction.  After trying that type of lip gloss on-again, off-again over a couple days, I was convinced my body hates something about that lip gloss.  Or at least, my lips do.

Yesterday I left a little pile of my old-but-new-and-barely-used lip glosses on my teenage daughter's bed - a love offering, a peace offering, an offering to the Temple of Teenagedom.   I left them all to her and bought myself several Burt's Bees lip glosses instead.  

The Burt's Bees lip glosses have all worked very nicely.  No bad reactions at all, and the colors are fresh.
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Hi all! Week 4 on BTD, lost 8 pounds so far (only 2 more pounds to go) and I haven't had any avoids this week. I'm very happy with the results; my body feels great, my skin is glowing, I no longer have hunger pangs in the middle of the night!

What can I say; I feel great!  

You know how good it is to not having to count calories for the first time in my life since I was 18 and still lose weight? My friends used to laugh at me all the time because I would go on a new weight loss plan every few months but still regain the weight after losing it because I was starving during the diet, so I would splurge after  the diet ended.

BTD is a lifestyle change and I will never return to eating the way I did before BTd. It is a comforting feeling  knowing that I will never have to count calories again yet I won't be overweight and obese like everyone else in my family. huraay!!!!!!!
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I have had similar reactions to Debra+, anything "corn syrup" and my hands and knees start to bother me.  If I avoid it all together, not a twinge of pain.  

Giving up corn products is much nicer than taking Celebrex and pain killers day in and day out.
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Since I've begun the diet, certain avoids that I always avoid cause blisters in my mouth or some, um, gastrointestinal issues.  

Wheat in particular causes me serious intestinal grief.  Never did before.  I take that as a sign that I really shouldn't be eating it at all.  

I'm lactose intolerant anyway. My body decided long ago that I was not supposed to be eating dairy.  

When I eat more fruit than I should, my psoriasis goes nutso. My head itches and flakes like there's no tomorrow.  The sugars cause yeasties to build up which then cause my psoriasis to go bonkers.  
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Oh....hum.  Interesting----sugar causes your head to itch and flake?  My dandruff is gone since being on the BTD, but I wasn't sure what it was specifically that caused it before.  Maybe it was sugar.


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Quoted from MzMoonpie
When I eat more fruit than I should, my psoriasis goes nutso. My head itches and flakes like there's no tomorrow.  The sugars cause yeasties to build up which then cause my psoriasis to go bonkers.  

Have you listened to "The Radio Doctors Show, part 2" (47 min) on the Media Center page. If not you may want to, since Dr. D answers a women calling in about her type O husband having psoriasis. This is the at the end of the recording (last 15-20% or so) and I believe it was the last caller on the radio show.



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I'm type B and have learned that chicken gives me excruciatingly painful stiffness (arthritic pain?) in my joints and especally lower back and hips.  I now avoid it like the plague unless I am at a function and there is no other alternative served.  I try to stay away from most bread/muffin products as I get very bloated, constipated and lethargic.  Pasta products bring on bloating & pain in my legs & arms - however - ravioli filled with cheese, or spinch & cheese, does not ?!  So, I will occasionally eat ravioli if I have a craving for pasta but I make sure I stay away from any tomato products and stick with either mushroom sauce - or, simple melted butter & herbs poured over the pasta.  I am finding now that I am eating mostly beneficial & neutral choices that I do not tolerate rice or potatoes as well as I used to and am lessening them as well...they are beginning to act up on me the way flour products do.
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Quoted from wizz
Hi all! Week 4 on BTD, lost 8 pounds so far (only 2 more pounds to go) and I haven't had any avoids this week. I'm very happy with the results; my body feels great, my skin is glowing, I no longer have hunger pangs in the middle of the night!

What can I say; I feel great!


Thank you for sharing your great health report with us, wizz.  I hope you continue to reap optimal health from this lifestyle.

Alia


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How to combine A and O? Any suggestions
frume


CR4YT has thirty day meal samples for each blood group.  You may wish to use this as a foundation for ideas and brainstorming to create shared O/A meals.  

Many beneficial and neutral vegetables are shared by blood groups O and A.  A big fresh salad and a vegetable(s) side can be a main component of your lunch and dinner meals.  Separate meat and/or fish dishes and starch and grain dishes can be made for both groups to share or eat individually family style.

Alia


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Hey wizz...congratulations on the weight loss and the feeling great.  And...the loss of hunger pangs in the middle of the night.  Keep us posted.  

Debra


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ChristinetypeB,
welcome!)
get acquainted with the forum and all features
of this website.
If you go to the top of the page and click on
member centre (on the top right hand side of
this page) and get yourself a nice avatar
(located on the left) then we can all see what
blood type you are and you won't have to type it each time you post.
-if you want to add information below your avatar setting, such as Rh +/-, by going to the Profile Information section in the Member Center and typing in the Personal Message box.  You can also create a Signature of any other information you want to share that will go at the bottom of every message you post.
-You can also create a Signature of any other information you want to share that will go at the bottom of every message you post.
http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b=ref
read the threads in the Reference Section

have you read the tutorial specialy the last lesson on secretor status?
you might benefit from such a study to finetune your dietary choices


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Quoted from ChristinetypeB
I'm type B and have learned that chicken gives me excruciatingly painful stiffness (arthritic pain?) in my joints and especally lower back and hips.  I now avoid it like the plague unless I am at a function and there is no other alternative served.

I avoid it like the plague even when it is the only meat item served...  I just can't do chicken (or corn).

 
Quoted from ChristinetypeB
I try to stay away from most bread/muffin products as I get very bloated, constipated and lethargic.  Pasta products bring on bloating & pain in my legs & arms - however - ravioli filled with cheese, or spinch & cheese, does not ?!  So, I will occasionally eat ravioli if I have a craving for pasta but I make sure I stay away from any tomato products and stick with either mushroom sauce - or, simple melted butter & herbs poured over the pasta.  I am finding now that I am eating mostly beneficial & neutral choices that I do not tolerate rice or potatoes as well as I used to and am lessening them as well...they are beginning to act up on me the way flour products do.

I have found that while I'm doing detoxing, the body wants very little starches and lots of good protein and vegetables - fresh and cooked.  



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