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AceNeerav
Friday, February 3, 2012, 8:41am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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doesn't every mammal first learn to drink milk? why is milk not good for type Os?
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No animal drinks the milk of other species as an adult one . Lectins, N-acetylgallactosamine and lactoalbunie caseine) and sugars B like make A and O blood types react bad to milk.  Sinusitis, otitis, asthma, bad colds are all issues very common in these blood types with milk as arthritis. Many persons lack or lose as adults the enzyme to digest lactose , the sugar in cow milk, they have strong gut issues with milk and some lactose rich dairy. Human milk is totally different as lectins and sugars.


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I have been diagnosed with mild sinusitis and got operated for otitis just last december!!! ur spot on! no milk from now on!

is soy milk fine.

i'm surprised as to why our tounge doesn't reject what our body doesn't need! i'm very fond of milk, cinnamon, vinegar and pepper! chinese food is my fav. so is cinnamon milk tea!

PS: can u tell me why I dont get email notifications for replies to my post?
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If you need use rice milk or almond milk (beware additives, if you buy it or make it yourself) better for Os, not many Os do well with soy phytoestrogens !


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is soy milk fine.


Soy milk on the BTD is a neutral for O but I would be careful with amounts and check for additives. I don't find the Type O diet lends well with the need for much milk. What would you be using it for? Our diets should be light on grains, (cereal) and black tea and coffee are avoids.

Occasionally, I may use soy milk in baking but that's about it. I do take a good calcium supp, though. Phytocal O from Dr. D.

Lisa


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I have been diagnosed with mild sinusitis and got operated for otitis just last december!!! ur spot on! no milk from now on!

is soy milk fine?


For non secretors soy is an avoid.



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i'm surprised as to why our tounge doesn't reject what our body doesn't need...

If only this were true! Fast-food restaurants would be out of business!


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I'm surprised as to why our tounge doesn't reject what our body doesn't need!

PS: can u tell me why I dont get email notifications for replies to my post?

Sometimes our bodies do reject what isn't good for us...  It usually isn't our tongue because all it has sensors for is salty, sweet, bitter and sour...  It will only be combinations of these that the tongue will reject...

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Dairy really bungs up this O!

Soy is okay for some, we're all different.  It's not so great for me (even though technically it's probably okay).  You need to see how your body responds.  For me, home-made almond milk is good.  I'd buy it if I could, but all the store-bought varieties have nasties in them.  Also hemp milk works for me - I'm lucky as there's a commercial version in the UK that doesn't have any nasties in it - at least I've never had any ill effects on it.

Try soy if you think it might be a better option and see how you get on.  Clearly, with your otitis issues, a non-dairy option is preferable it would seem.  If soy (as a convenience food whilst you transition) works better for you, it may be preferable to dairy which you know doesn't work.

Good luck on your journey towards better health.

Andy  


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i'm surprised as to why our tounge doesn't reject what our body doesn't need!


When I stopped breast feeding both of my children at about age 1, neither of them wanted to drink milk.  (This was more than 15 years before I learned about the BTD.)  I pushed, cajoled, and bribed because I thought they needed the calcium.  

My Type O son learned to like milk.  Now he knows it isn't good for him, so he doesn't drink a glass of milk, but he still wants it on cereal.  My Type A daughter never learned to like milk, and was thrilled when I started the BTD and told her she didn't have to drink it any more.  

I think that (except for sugar and wheat) children do have a sense of what is good for them.  But they can be taught to like foods that they would naturally avoid.  


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Breastmilk is absolutely wonderful for type O  babies, toddlers, and preschoolers. Cow's, goat's, and sheep's milk aren't so good for O's, with commercial cow's milk being particularly bad for us.

It's not the lactose that's the problem; lactose-free milk is just as harmful for O's as "regular" cow's milk. Butter and ghee are fine for O's, so clearly it's not the milkfat that's a problem either. It's the milk proteins that are problematic for O's, with a few cheeses being OK. The processing of milk into various kinds of cheeses changes the protein structure and how the body reacts to the food. Some of these changes make the cheese into something we can safely eat, while others do not. That's why mozzarella cheese is OK but cheddar is not.


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When I stopped breast feeding both of my children at about age 1, neither of them wanted to drink milk.  (This was more than 15 years before I learned about the BTD.)  I pushed, cajoled, and bribed because I thought they needed the calcium.  

  


I did not like milk either as a kid! On my cereal. I'd pour a tiny amount just enough to stir and lightly coat the cereal flakes and pretty much eat it dry like that.  

With cheese, I'd take off all the cheese on my pizza and just eat the toppings and bread. Of course my friends loved the extra cheese I'd give away. haha
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I was going heavy on a lot of things BTD requires me not to have. Corn, Milk, Oranges and Tangerine, Wheat. I can say I'l eliminated almost all of these from the diet. Just occasional Roti or Naad (Indian wheat breads) during a meal outside or feast at someone's home is what I indulge in. My daily lunch is rice with cooked pulses. I do try and get egg in the evenings in the form of an omlete prepared in butter or a recipe called "bhurji" we get in India. But I'm afraid I take wheat buns along with it, which I'll have to stop.

I did notice that whenever I eat wheat I get a lot of gas and also bowl movement is improper and inconsistent.

I was on medicines to prevent diabetes from setting in and also ADHD medicines. I'm no longer taking any of the them. Just my regular Amazeo 200mg for sound sleep.
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can you order a secretor test?
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i'm in India and so I guess the shipping would be very high.
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