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dancer
Saturday, February 2, 2008, 4:41pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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HELLO EVERYONE!
I'm DANCER from Italy...
I think some of BTD forum could remember me...
I'm VERY VERY WELL, now, my weight is 46 kg and I 've regularly  my period EVERY MONTH!
If you like you can see what I'm doing now, visiting the web-site http://www.emotionartsacademy.org!

anyway..
I need your gentle help again..
NOT for me..
but FOR MY BOYFRIEND : he is 42 , 1,75m and 68 kg..
he is a martial athlete , he is TYPE O+ but he is VEGETARIAN ( from when he was 12 years old)!  he want to be vegetarian because he doesn't want to kill any animals .
He is VEGETARIAN because he deeply loves nature and all animals and he'll never eat any form of meat!
So...WHAT CAN I GIVE HIM TO EAT in a WEEK to obtain the RIGHT PORTIONS OF PROTEINS ( he is an athlete..and he works every day in gym and he needs a lot of energy...)  
WHAT SUPPLEMENTS could I give him to balance his metabolism ?

Many thanks for all your suggestions..

and
HAPPY NEW YEAR!

SPECIAL "CIAO CIAO" TO
JOHN MCDONELL, A, SUZANNE, COCKY,MIKE, MARIA GIOVANNA,
and , surely, DOC.D'ADAMO!


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Hi Dancer and welcome back!

If you can get a copy of the Genotype Diet, and find out what genotype he is, there may be more options for dairy and vegetable proteins than he can have than in the basic O diets.

If not, focus on the proteins that are allowed for Os, like eggs, mozzarella, and the grains and beans that are allowed.  It sounds like he's healthy, so that should be enough to see some good improvements.  Wheat is the main thing that has to go for Os, and usually the first hurdle.


Type O+ blogger, secretor afterall. Gluten intolerant. With two gluten intolerant sons:  A+ Secretor 10 yo (also fructose intolerant and slightly egg allergic), and  O- 7yo.
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I'd definitely say that any O who wants to be healthy and vegetarian should follow the GTD, not the BTD.
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you have a great point there!


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Hello Dancer, and it's great to see you!  I'm glad you're doing well.

The Genotype diet is a new direction for Dr. D, and is full of surprises.  Your boyfriend may find just what he needs.  Also, see if you can get his secretor status, if possible.  

Meanwhile, remember eggs.  Also egg white protein powder and rice protein powder.  



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dancer
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Thak you very much for all your answers!
But my boyfriend doesn't eat any sort of animal protein except for dairy ( sigh!)...
He doesn't eat any egg ..only mozzarela+yogurt + gout cheese ..and beans and soy products..

WHAT IS THE MAIN DIFFERENCE BETWEN BTD and Genotype Diet?
There are many differences in the FOOD list between these two system of diet?

CAN I BUY DOC DA'ADAMo BOOK ABOUT GENOTYPE DIET BY STACKTHEME EUROPEAN DISTRIBUTOR? I've seen in the euripean web site of Blood type but this book it's not present...
I've written to Cocky but I've not recived any answer for the moment..

many thanks


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If I remember it right, Coleus forskolii(sp?) is recommended as a supplement for Os who don't eat meat.


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kipperkid is right...very important supplement if you don't eat meat. Also he should eat nutritional yeast...if I remember correctly there is some B-12 in it. I used to be a veg. also.... I know I wouldn't eat fish , but if you could get him to eat fish he'd be the better for it. MOST importantly...don't let him eat wheat....have rice cakes, whatever, in place of it. Check out the GTD.
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Pro- Mitokon has coleus, check the fatigue protocol!

and other protocols, too.


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GTD and BTD are quite different and work from different mechanisms. GTD allows for wider use of vegetable protiens than the BTD, as a result, better for an O who wants to be vegetarian.
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