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Sahara
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I am not suggesting there are any.  Am just wondering.
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I feel like I live off of meat, but not red meat - only poultry and fish


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Non-secretor A's can have more red meat than secretors, and A2's have even more.  A's who are Explorers have lamb as a diamond and a few other meats as superfoods.  

The key is to be moderate and not go to extremes with it.



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I definately need some.  Not every day or anything.  Maybe a couple times a week.  Lean red meat.  Also a good bit of fish, some poultry.  
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Actual ground beef from cows?  I thought blood type As did poorly on that.
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As a general rule, blood type As do poorly on ground beef. But some of them are healthy enough to enjoy a burger once in a while without problems (just as some Os can eat that wheat bun occasionally without significant problems) and others actually thrive on the equivilent of one burger per week or per month.


Ruth, Single Mother to 19yo   O- Leah , 18yo O- Hannah, and  13yo B+ Jack


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Actual ground beef from cows?  I thought blood type As did poorly on that.


Other red meats are a better choice, such as lamb, rabbit, goat -- red meats for Explorer A's or Non-Secretor A's who are following the BTD.  A few times a week.  Poultry choices are in addition to these.  



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Ground beef is usually fatty, but i do like hamburgers on occassion.  I meant like a lean cut of steak or wild meat.  I always ate it since i grew teeth.  But i always avoided fat on the meat if it had any.  Explorers do well with some.  I cut out red meat completely for about a year and felt short of breath and anxiety developed.  I started eating it again and this went away.
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Oh so it has to do with being a specific genotype.  Ohhhh.  
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Oh so it has to do with being a specific genotype.  Ohhhh.  


or a non-secretor A who follows the BTD



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Oh so it has to do with being a specific genotype.  Ohhhh.  


Teacher A's and Explorer A's seem quite different.  I'm an Explorer.  I originially thought I was a Teacher and tried to eliminate meat.  It only lasted for a couple days, but I felt like complete c**p!  I definitely need poultry and fish.  I think I may be a non secretor as well, which would increase my need for meat.


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I am not suggesting there are any.  Am just wondering.

Not the two in my house...  They both do very well with turkey and fish, though.  My DD(Explorer GT) needs more meat (turkey or fish) than my WW (Teacher GT)...


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A's are complicated.


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Quoted from Andrea AWsec
A's are complicated.


Yes, we are. But I love some lamb every now and then. It's neutral for me.




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Quoted from Andrea AWsec
A's are complicated.


And misunderstood..   I don't as a rule like red meat. Once in a great while..I'll have meatballs..or ribs.  
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I have lamb as neutral, I eat it about 3 times a year. No more cow meat, ever, not after I heard the good Dr. say it causes the veins in As to flap like venetian blinds.


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Quoted from grey rabbit
I have lamb as neutral, I eat it about 3 times a year. No more cow meat, ever, not after I heard the good Dr. say it causes the veins in As to flap like venetian blinds.


What exactly does that mean?  Are you referring to vericose veins?


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My Mom's family were gourmets and adventurous so I was raised on all kinds of food. By the time I was a teenager I knew that red meat wasn't for me. I didn't digest it well, had IBS issues and didn't like the taste.

I gave it up for Lent in 1996 and have only tried a bite of a lean burger and a very small bite of ham since....both made me gag and in the restroom for 2 days!

The only exception is lamb. I have only eaten some 3 or 4 times in the past 15 years. I know if I ate it on a regular basis I would be ok. I actually feel the need for turkey or fish if I go more than 2 days without. I really get weak without them. Maybe its the % of explorer in my "teacherhood"......

    


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Forgot to add about the varicose veins!
I didn't know Dr. D said that but he must know something.....being raised as a child on red meat.....by my 25th birthday I already had one bulging vein in my calf, and I was not overweight. fast forward to my 30's and 40's with more bulges, a "vein strip" surgery and several "collapsing" injections.


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I think that A's have a lot more variation than any other blood type.  I mean there is A1, A2, other rarer types of A's.  I am an A2o explorer, and prob a non secretor from what i have read.  I think this is why i crave and need different meats.  Who knows?
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This explorer loves her red meat.  Maybe partly for the iron which I'm always low on.  Us A nonnies have more stomach acid, but we must watch to have lean meat, we have less Intestinal Alkaline Phosphatase to digest fat.  Never liked fatty parts as a kid even (including pork crackling thought everyone was balmy lovin' that!).

Hi Easy E - since you are the rare A2 you could change your badge to show you're A2.  I'm an A1o and I think I have some O traits, eating meat seems to be one of them!   It all makes sense since explorers are born out of O and A types breeding together, there'd be a few AO type Explorers.


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I get lamb, goat, rabbit, and mutton as diamond red meats, in addition to those I get venison and moose on my SWAMI as neutrals with caribou as a black dot.

I don't get moose or caribou too often not living in a very cold climate of course, but I like venison.


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Quoted from Symbi
   I'm an A1o and I think I have some O traits, eating meat seems to be one of them!   It all makes sense since explorers are born out of O and A types breeding together, there'd be a few AO type Explorers.

thats intresting. my mother is an O but her mother was an A. mom reacts diferntly to the same things dad and i injoy with out problems. she is defaneantly not a hunter but could she be an exsporer?



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Os can certainly be Explorers.

We're all unique individuals. I'm an O Gatherer, my oldest daughter is an O and measures out to be a Gatherer, and my Mom is an O and most likely a Gatherer (she's never been measured but she has a lot of Gatherer traits.) So, with 3 O Gatherers in the same family, we still don't need the same exact foods or have the same needs. My Mom does best with oatmeal, nuts, and fruit for breakfast- lowcarb eggs and veggies don't hold her. I find the opposite. My daughter needs much less meat than I do, and can thrive on higher amounts of cheese and grains. We have different foods as our "worst avoids."

So, even if your mom is a Gatherer like you, she can still have different responses to some foods.


Ruth, Single Mother to 19yo   O- Leah , 18yo O- Hannah, and  13yo B+ Jack


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I don't do well on red meat - they are all avoids on my Swami and they feel very heavy and uncomfortable to digest. Before BTD I didn't like to have beef or lamb too often but when I did eat it it was always as lean as I could get it or slow cooked to get it super tender.

I do need some meat though - I love salmon, it makes me feel good   and I would struggle without some chicken/turkey for variety.


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