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Welcome to the boards, Angela...

One thought on knowing your blood type...  There is much testimony here from people who thought they knew their blood type, relying on misinformation or just not remembering correctly.

If you are not absolutely sure from your own experiences dealing with medical issues or from being a blood donor, you may want to test yourself. The easiest way is to donate blood. Not the fastest, but it doesn't cost anything, and you help a worthy cause. You will learn your Rh factor, too.

Secretor status will require the test mentioned in this thread....

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Funky, plateaus are common and normal. In my case there were two during the course of losing 50+ lbs of durations of four and six weeks.

It would be great to start a thread on the GTD board about your other questions rather than go off topic here.  
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Ok... I'll start one and delete my post.  I only posted that here because the thread on compliancy was here, etc., etc.  But I understand your point!  
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from what I've read, xylitol is not an artificial sweetner.  Correct me if I'm wrong...   I love Xylitol. It is great to bake w/, too.

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