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For this type A, I was in a losing battle with asthma and once I switched over to eating for my type, I stopped needing any asthma medications. That process took about 6 months. I was also being treated at the same time by an acupuncturist. The last time I needed an inhaler was in 2006, and before that, it was several years. Now I live at 5600 feet elevation and consider my asthma in remission.


This is very nice experience. I used to have bronchial asthma, now i dont have it but i breath harder. Always like rain when air is moisture and i can breath more easily.


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I wonder how As would feel eating O type diet ^^

Sounds like a well composed diet.


My SWAMI diet is very similiar to an O secretor diet in the Live Right book. And it is the best diet from any of Dr. D's books. At least for me anyway.


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so nice when you come home and feel good as a result.!! kee reading it gets better every day..  

welcome to O neg nonnie status.. there are only a few % of us..


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My SWAMI diet is very similiar to an O secretor diet in the Live Right book. And it is the best diet from any of Dr. D's books. At least for me anyway.


This makes me think that another reason for less dramatic results in A's is that the diet can be so varied.  Seems like subtyping and Swami are close to essential for many A's.

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another O that feels good ?


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so nice when you come home and feel good as a result.!! kee reading it gets better every day..  

welcome to O neg nonnie status.. there are only a few % of us..


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I think that is probably not true. It's just that the benefits of the A diet tend to amortize more over the long haul, so perhaps their posts are not as breathless as those of the Os.


Ha! I have become practically out of breath from shouting about all the different whoopee's I've experienced on the various diets!!! When I get the Trehalose I just ordered and start taking it, just be prepared! I've warned you!


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My SWAMI diet is very similiar to an O secretor diet in the Live Right book. And it is the best diet from any of Dr. D's books. At least for me anyway.


If you are an explorer, that type of diet is probably the best.  I get LRD (larygyeal reflux symtoms) and a lot of sinus irritation when eating heavy amounts of processed wheats, a lot of sauces, irritants in certain drinks and certain fats.  Autoimmune and allergy issues are very common on my moms side (my mom has lupus).

I am not what is typical for most A's from what i read.  
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Frankly i always felt tired after meat just like Dr Dadamo predicts.
But do Os feel energized after large meat food ? Or sluggish as well.
After meat i just want to lay down for 3 hours in front of tv and digest


Honestly I think it depends, for an O, how well they take care of their digestion.

Mine is sluggish- always has been. A large animal protein meal will kill my energy and I'll be very listless.

I need to eat lots of veggies and greens and have a small portion of animal protein to feel Super! The fiber is important for me.
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I am not what is typical for most A's from what i read.  


I don't think there is any such thing as "typical" for any blood type.

BTW, allergies and autoimmune disorders run amuck on both sides of my family. I really don't see how receptor computes with my genotype.




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I just realized the title of this is best "diet" but it is also lifestyle when you incorporate exercising and more. Makes a big differences... in an O culture.
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Some of those O's love to talk


I'll second that! Man, I have a yappy son..    My only problem with my risk factors is my HDL/LDL ratio from taking fish oil. I can't see me eating any other way then 99% vegetarian. It just feels the most natural way for me to eat..I wish I could do vegan. I'd be a lot thinner.
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DoS seems pretty bummed out on this thread. i guess growing up being a type 0 was super advantageous for me: courageous, daring, athletic, strong, etc.
but as an adult i've always considered our society as suited for A types. the corporate business world seems more A to me--pretty much all the work-a-holics that i've ever known seem more A. I would argue that the modern "rat race" is best suited for type As, at least how we generalize. i've always romanticized about living in a hunter-gather society, where all my aggression and insanity could be manifested as contributing to society, as opposed to being channeled in the ridiculous expression that is seen today among so many American males. it seems the only way that this is sublimated is through professional sports--case in point, i went to a hockey game last Monday, where the crowd went crazy when 2 players began beating on one another. the fact that they get PAID for this makes me jealous : )
best of luck to you  DoS: perhaps u could find a helpful A community: like some Yoga or Tai Chi buddies? I'm about to join CrossFit--since they are mostly type 0 psychopaths : )
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DoS seems pretty bummed out on this thread. i guess growing up being a type 0 was super advantageous for me: courageous, daring, athletic, strong, etc.


What was that about O-types being mouthy? You trying to make DoS feel bad about his circumstances?   Sometimes "courageous" is confused with being brassy!

Ohhhhh, I see you are from Texas.... Clomping around in those cowboy boots, eh?


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hah! good call! i'm not originally from TX, but yes i've always had a mouth on me--got me into a LOT of trouble--especially with the ladies : 0

hey i'm actually a fellow NONNIE, so i'm an extremely sensitive person. i can relate to A Teachers b/c my wife is one! i call her "princess TIANA", from Disney's The Princess and the Frog"--she's the hard worker, working harder than 3. And that makes me...Prince Naveen! The type O, handsome, self-centered yet musically savvy and good with words : ) I was just encouraging DoS to "dig a little deeper"....
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hah! good call! i'm not originally from TX, but yes i've always had a mouth on me--got me into a LOT of trouble--especially with the ladies : 0

hey i'm actually a fellow NONNIE, so i'm an extremely sensitive person. i can relate to A Teachers b/c my wife is one! i call her "princess TIANA", from Disney's The Princess and the Frog"--she's the hard worker, working harder than 3. And that makes me...Prince Naveen! The type O, handsome, self-centered yet musically savvy and good with words : ) I was just encouraging DoS to "dig a little deeper"....


I expect that DoS has done deeper digging than you can possibly imagine......I like your enthusiasm but tread softly with those "boots!"


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New age feel good vegan talk makes me want to throw-up. I don't believe in just "sending good vibes into the world to heal it".
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Dos, are You following blood type diet ? Any significant health changes ?


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And let's not forget the B's!  

This way of eating has proven to be amazing for this B!


Agree here too  


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My only problem with my risk factors is my HDL/LDL ratio from taking fish oil.


Are you saying that fish oil is messing up your HDL/LDL ratio?  I haven't heard that before.



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