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speedy
Tuesday, August 14, 2007, 7:04am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Another thing I have read is that fruit should be consumed before midday as this is when the body is cleansing itself and no carbos after midday helps to lose weight too. There are so many thoughts flying around it is so easy to get lost in it all - I guess at the end of the day we are all different and to listen to your own body is the key. But I am very open to all suggestions and ways other people have of living and keeping the weight down. My partner is the opposite he wont have a blood test but as soon as he eats he starts to get very hot and burn all the food away - he lives near a fan permantly in hot weather. I am the total opposite - as soon as I eat I get colder as all the blood goes to the stomach - I sometimes need a hot water bottle on my lap \even in summer - bad circulation and low blood pressure - he has to keep his blood pressure down and has excellant circulation - it is all so interesting - is it also in the genes?
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Wednesday, August 15, 2007, 7:02am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Surely it is better to have a big breakfast early on so that you can work it off during the morning!
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It also gives you fuel for the day, by eating the protein in the AM your are building up muscle mass that will burn off the calories during the day.
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I so agree with this! I also like a good plate of hot dinner after a hard days work but that is just the protein and piles of green veggies - it is so relaxing to have a full tummy at the end of the day!!
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Yea for me...I had the protien (an egg) this morning and had the strength to omit the carbohydrate, usually manna bread.  I drank my green tea as usual without stevia or soy milk and it was ok, even... not bad at all.  Thanks for teaching me your ways...I appreciate all of you so much.    
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We are all here to help each other - there is such a vast pile of knowledge and experience out there!
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Well - i ate the plums and the mangoes and the cherries - all the O benificial - just trying to wean myself off the apples but oh dear! i felt bloated - the weight came on and the cherries went bad and gave me the runs before i could eat them all! I was fed up and running back to the three apples a day which seem to satify the sweetnessor carbs that  i want sometimes - maybe its the pectin in them my body needs - interesting!
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how much fruit did you have in terms of servings.
cherries will give you that effect if you overdo them.


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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3 plums at a time - about three times a day and about 8 cherries at a time 3 times a day - they went musty waiting for me to eat them!!
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speedy,

Instead of rice cakes, eat pureed sweet potato or pumpkin.  Also, start taking L-carnitine, one tablespoon of walnut oil, one teaspoon of flax oil.  Finally, the following supplements would be great:

1) 4YourType's "Basics" pack,
2) Dr. D's antibacterial protocol,
3) his yeast-control protocol.

And, oh yeah, I'd suggest learning the butterfly stroke for swimming.  It's an amazing, full-body lash-out that really lets out all your pent-up aggression.
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Sorry Ron - o non breast stroke is all I could manage right now but your other advice is really useful and I am working on it! Thanks
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speedy, another good thing to try, is the Rebounder... or any mini-trampoline of top quality, which uses thick steel springs instead of elastic straps.
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Don't do too much at one time... baby steps.. when I make too many changes... I fall flat on my face.

Maybe start with eatting carbs last and always with a protein.  This helped me from wanting so much fruit.


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I have a rebounder used to use it a lot - its great for dancing to music really makes you happy - I must admit I haven't been on it lately and it has been shoved in the garage - I am moving soon so will try and make a space!
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you do that!!


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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Aren't human's strange? so easy sometimes to give up a good habit and so quick to take on a bad one - hopefully we all keep working at it learning by experience and going off the track sometimes but always returning to the good - for me today it's trying green tea with soya milk in an attempt to ditch the coffee
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good choice!


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
DNA mt/Haplo H; Y-chrom/J2(M172);ISTJ
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I love.... really love the tea for the blood type O's that sell on this site... it's Wonderful!!


Lynda Rae ESTJ - http://www.typelogic.com/estj.html
*Eliminated Sodas 6/2003.
*Limited Bread/Rice/Milk 5/2006.
*Low Sugar Chocolate. OA-3/2007
*Neurofeedback for ADAH 6/18/08
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*Health Boy A- 1/6/09 Mother O Rh- Father A Rh+ - 22hrs C-Section
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