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That is what i have observed reading experiences.
Is it true, or is it just me ?


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I think it is completely true. I see them respond the best, by far. Major hollywood trends etc, they are doing the best with the "low carb" thing and hard exercise.

For Type A's that are not Explorers, it is more difficult to have to hold back from intense exercise or strong dietary choices. The high strung society of today is not that Type A friendly, but blood type O's certain have the capacity to push through and burn off steam with exercise on the side.

Type O dominate all the art and culture around me where I live... It makes it difficult for those of use that got nothing else since there is an awful lot of peer pressure for what is acceptable.
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That is what i have observed reading experiences.
Is it true, or is it just me ?


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.


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Some of those O's love to talk



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"Healthy people have the least overt symptoms from eating avoid foods." Dr. D'Adamo
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The thing about Os, is that when we give up wheat, in particular, it makes such a dramatic and immediate difference in our sense of well being.  As Dr. D. says, As' benefits amortize over the long haul.  Yes, we Os seem to be compulsively/spontaneously vociferous about it too!  
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And let's not forget the B's!  

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



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And let's not forget the B's!  

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

Ditto for this AB!  


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wrotek, you might need to narrow and target your search yet more, to begin getting better results.

the more you find out about yourself, beginning with secretor status, and then eventually moving over to a more personalized nutrigenomic approach like a swami??

good hunting!


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From my experience, when i eat the right things, i feel better pretty quickly.  When i eat too many of the wrong things, i feel it too.  And the exercise thing is relative to what you are used to.  

Sometimes it does not feel good at the time when you are getting into it, but you start feeling better if you stick to it and learn what works best for you.

There are also more O's than any other blood type, so more success stories will be seen with O's in general i would think.
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I'm a happy O sure.  When I go off the diet I become so negative.  

I have an A friend who can't eat my food and who really is like the textbook A whatever that is- just very different from me.  His health and weight issues aren't like mine but no he doesn't tend to believe in the A diet and won't do it consistently- still wonders all these years later what is causing his acid reflux.
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Oh, yeah, that's definitley part of it! Plus aren't O's the most popular blood type, so there's simply more of us?

Another factor, I think, is that the "Typical American Diet", with its emphasis on "healthy whole grains" and "low fat" and "minimize red meat" is absolutely AWFUL for O's! An A following those reccomendations may see only subtle changes when they switch to the BTD, if their prior diet wasn't quite so bad for them.

But an O who's  been eating lots of grains and minimizing animal protein is going to see a dramatic improvement when they switch to BTD.

OTOH, somebody coming from a low-carb diet would have the opposite reaction to BTD (subtle improvements for an O, dramatic changes for an A.)



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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.


Given how poorly Type A's absorb and use nutrients when out of balance, this is the only way I can see Type A's going, long term, even though supposedly you said Teachers and Explorers respond quick. I guess that does not per say mean heal instantly either.

Funny how it isn't for Type A like to be enduring (impatient perfectionist when out of balance) but this lifestyle for changes requires it.
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I'm an A who has been following this "diet" for a very long time. The changes were subtle and I didn't really need much "fixing", didn't really have many problems except an extra 10 to 15 pounds I was always trying to lose. This way of eating made sense to me, so I followed it. 12 years later at age 55 my BP is 115/60, my HDL is 98 and my triglycerides are 66, my BMI is 20, so is my body fat %, the Dr. says my kidneys and liver are functioning very well. All this without any medication and very little effort, just following the plan.

I can see where an O consuming a lot of wheat and having a lot of problems would see a dramatic improvement. I just love how simple this is and how good the food is


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There are both O's and A's in my circle.
The A's tend to be more shy in public but more relaxed and outgoing in the inner circle, this may be why the O's talk more than the A's about their success.

WHen looking at the diets as an O I found it easier to adjust (still amazed at the difference potatoes make), but the A's often tell me that they find it very hard as the vegetarian-A diet is such a big change from the typical Irish diet, and can be difficult to stay compliant.

Interesting both the A's and O's in my circle cannot eat fish--we get a 'gag' reaction to it. This is a huge pity as we live in a fishing town.
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That is what i have observed reading experiences.
Is it true, or is it just me ?


I think depending on WHERE each person came from this for your type eating benefits all.  It might just be that we O's are so relieved that we have a place to eat comfortably that we are staying 'here' longer and with special devotion over decades.


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I could not have made it through my 30s without this diet.
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Woow even Dr Dadamo joined discussion how nice.

Thank You all for answers.
Can someone please explain me this sentence -It's just that the benefits of the A diet tend to amortize more over the long haul-  i dont think i understand it.


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I think depending on WHERE each person came from this for your type eating benefits all.  It might just be that we O's are so relieved that we have a place to eat comfortably that we are staying 'here' longer and with special devotion over decades.


Saying it another way the initial effect could be a little more dramatic as major elements of the mainscream diet (Wheat, Milk, Potatoes, Corn) are O avoids. Relief from this burden alone would make a great difference let alone other improvements. Different but good.






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Can someone please explain me this sentence -It's just that the benefits of the A diet tend to amortize more over the long haul

To amortize (in financial terms) is to spread out payment over time.  Applying this to dietary benefits - the results happen in small portions over a period of time, rather than "all at once" which seems more typical for Type O in this comparison.


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Can someone please explain me this sentence -It's just that the benefits of the A diet tend to amortize more over the long haul-  i dont think i understand it.


I means that the benefits of the A diet happen over a longer period of time (months or years) rather than showing a dramatic change right away.

With O's it seems that changes are noted more quickly.






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I means that the benefits of the A diet happen over a longer period of time (months or years) rather than showing a dramatic change right away.

With O's it seems that changes are noted more quickly.



It kinda sucks. Probably not as bad as cancer though.

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I've been on Type O diet for 5 years.  Met my boyfriend 3 years ago (also O-Non) and he is in medical field - read book and it all makes perfect sense to him. He was Kosher so I went Kosher. We enjoy cooking together, and have lots of good recipes.  Before we met he ate potatoes almost every day.  After he quit he had about three months of a healing crisis as his knee was swollen and painful but it finally disappeared and he has no issues with it.  We were both with Type A in previous relationship - not good for us.  We ARE TALKERS, he more than me.  We did the test for Secretor- Non and are Non's, but didn't realize until we just bought the Live RIght book last week and discovered that there were Avoids for Non's that were ok for secretors, so now we are adjusting our diet.  One great thing....we can now have Avocado's.  YEA!
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congratulations to both!!!

keep up the journey of discovery!!

how exciting you both met and enjoy the same things......bliss all around!


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I means that the benefits of the A diet happen over a longer period of time (months or years) rather than showing a dramatic change right away.

With O's it seems that changes are noted more quickly.



Thank You, what a pity.


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I've been on Type O diet for 5 years.  Met my boyfriend 3 years ago (also O-Non) and he is in medical field - read book and it all makes perfect sense to him. He was Kosher so I went Kosher. We enjoy cooking together, and have lots of good recipes.  Before we met he ate potatoes almost every day.  After he quit he had about three months of a healing crisis as his knee was swollen and painful but it finally disappeared and he has no issues with it.  We were both with Type A in previous relationship - not good for us.  We ARE TALKERS, he more than me.  We did the test for Secretor- Non and are Non's, but didn't realize until we just bought the Live RIght book last week and discovered that there were Avoids for Non's that were ok for secretors, so now we are adjusting our diet.  One great thing....we can now have Avocado's.  YEA!


Is Kosher eating based in science ?


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It kinda sucks. Probably not as bad as cancer though.
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Thank You, what a pity.


I took a look through the Food lists in ER4YT last evening and think that the diet does not really work faster for O's but only seems to due to the rather extensive Avoid list involving staple and common foods. As an O I think that if you can tackle the avoids effectively you are bound to feel better quickly simply from shedding that weight from your diet. An A, on the other who had been a vegetarian or low meat eater would find the transition smoother and less dramatic.

I can remember when I was introduced to the diet my reaction to the food lists was alarm at the avoids and I made eliminating them my top priority.





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Is Kosher eating based in science ?


Pork is not allowed so God must have known something.  
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I grew up at the coast and consumed seafood all my life. We dug for razor clams and consumed lots of fresh dungeness crab.  I used to fall asleep at the table and become nauseated as a child when I had to eat Pork.  So, when my boyfriend explained Kosher to me, I was convinced it was the way to go.  I feel so much healthier now, eating both Type O and Kosher.  It works for me.  To explain kosher....Most land animals that do not chew cud and split hoof and anything in the sea that does not have scale and fin consumes fecal matter. As Swine split hoof and do not chew cud, horses chew cud but have no split hoof. Look at the Trichinosis Virus from Pork and its devastating health effects. Most countries that consume large quantities of Pork have high levels of Neuropathy, Retinopathy and Diabetes. Ask any Gulf Coast Shrimper about the Staph level of freshly netted Shrimp. For a biblical basis refer to the law of Moses in Leviticus 11.





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Type O's can vastly increase their benefits by working out harder, Type A's can not.
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Interesting discussion

Kosher - I had to go look it up bc it has so many meaning today.  
       "Sanctioned by Jewish law" is the one that seems to fits here.

I just remember reading about the dietary & sanitation laws God gave  Isreal (around 1513 BCE.)   What a huge blessing and health benefit for them. Other nations didn't have a clue - but it is interesting that anyone who desired to live by the standards and benefit could join.
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Another idea of why A's take longer.

Dr D picked:   "Why can't we all just get along"    as the slogan for GT3 Teacher & it fits.

Our nature is to go along with what everyone else wants - put others first.

We have to learn to make our health/food a priority.








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I was thinking about this recently.

The reason I believe O's feel the difference much faster, is because most of the popular food that is in abundance, that many Western people eat without question, is terrible for an O.

Wheat
Corn
Soy
Potatoes
Coffee
Beer
98% of the dairy products
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I was thinking about this recently.

The reason I believe O's feel the difference much faster, is because most of the popular food that is in abundance, that many Western people eat without question, is terrible for an O.

Wheat
Corn
Soy
Potatoes
Coffee
Beer
98% of the dairy products


Exactly right. You could add:

Peanuts
Oranges
Pork
Navy and Kidney beans
Also Soy - IMHO






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Yeah but a Type A eating all the wrong foods and no good foods probably won't see the immediate change a Type O will that already ate healthy and decided to kick pork or corn or something. Just as much as a Type A eating all the right foods may not register very many improvements for a long time, and feel just as poorly as a Type O eating totally wrong. The Type O on the other hand might be able to just exercise off the extra weight even eating poorly (most can, if they work hard, many don't even have any too) and the Type A will be doing everything right and still mentally be upset about weight not changing.
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One thing I am very grateful for and that is that SWAMI delivers the other types from having to get preached to about what we should and should not be eating by the O's!! And that is simply because no one actually knows what SWAMI is addressing in each of us. I knew a long time ago that most beans did not work well for me, but the other protein selections were extremely limited. I was seriously struggling, to say the least. Soy did not seem to be my thing but loads of it was on my diet along with practically every bean known to man. NOW, hurrah!!!!! Hardly any soy, many less beans, less dairy, and my body is very, very happy indeed!! I would like to say, though, that there were many things about the GENO diet and BTD that saved me from a lot of health problems, there is no doubt about that. The confirmation that beef was like poison to me along with several other things were wonderful, life-changing events!


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The original type A BTD in the Eat Right book was fairly generous in grains and soy foods. I always
knew that I had problems with those foods, not long after the Live Right book came out and our diets started to include secretor status. The A nonnie diet was significantly lower in grains and soy foods became neutral rather than beneficial. This was a significant improvement for me as an Explorer GT determined later when the GTD came out and then a personal SWAMI.

Interestingly the SWAMI diet rates soy as black dots so I pretty much treat them as avoids.


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Great discussion here!

Like Grey Rabbit, after starting the BTD, then genotype diet, and finally swami, my "health" numbers are extraordinary for my age ( according to recent ENT's and an allergist) and I don't need any prescription meds, either. I haven't eaten red meat in 17 years so this diet wasn't difficult. The biggest adjustment was avoiding wheat.

Purlgirl,
You are soooo right about our nature

Greenman,
West Ireland! Talk about God's country! We love it there! I am so sad you cannot enjoy your abundance of the worlds best cod!
I am very talkative, but like you mentioned, only when I am comfortable and with my inner circle.

DoS,
I agree about the O's and A's with exercise. I thought longer and harder gym workouts would help me lose weight. Wrong!When I finally followed Dr. D's advice on mixing yoga with less intense weight lifting/walking/circuit training, I easily lost weight! I take long walks for pleasure with my dogs but when I "workout" on the treadmill its never longer than 15 min.


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Another idea of why A's take longer.

Dr D picked:   "Why can't we all just get along"    as the slogan for GT3 Teacher & it fits.

Our nature is to go along with what everyone else wants - put others first.

We have to learn to make our health/food a priority.



Purlgirl, as a fellow Teacher, I couldn't agree with this more! I'm really seeing a pattern that when I get off of my SWAMI diet, it's due to stress from taking care of my family. I'm starting to see that for me to be at my best for them, I need to take care of myself too.


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Yeah but a Type A eating all the wrong foods and no good foods probably won't see the immediate change a Type O will that already ate healthy and decided to kick pork or corn or something. Just as much as a Type A eating all the right foods may not register very many improvements for a long time, and feel just as poorly as a Type O eating totally wrong. The Type O on the other hand might be able to just exercise off the extra weight even eating poorly (most can, if they work hard, many don't even have any too) and the Type A will be doing everything right and still mentally be upset about weight not changing.


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

Sounds like a well composed diet.


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One individuals "fast" response is another's "slow".  Our bodies will respond at the pace that is right for us...we just might not be aware of it.

Sharing with the best of intentions.


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

Sounds like a well composed diet.


Not bad per say, but dwindling health progressively. They don't have reactive systems often so pain isn't all that high, but nor are body functions when eating wrong.
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I wonder how As would feel eating O type diet ^^

You can try it, but usually they have very sluggish digestion due to not digesting meat well.  Also, their intestinal flora gets thrown off balance due to not getting the food they need to properly feed the ideal bacteria for their type...  Over time, these symptoms will cause weight gain and malnutrition - although it may take a long time, depending on how healthy they were when they started the "experiment."


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Well this type A will neverbe able to digest meat again! When I took one bite of a hamburger, then a year later a bite of ham, after going 10 years without red meat, I literally gagged ( on the burger) and got physically ill ( in the bathroom all night ) from both! My gut spoke loud and clear that red meat is poison to me!( Its been 17 years now without a meat diet.) I grew up eating lamb, have always enjoyed it, even tried it again a few years ago in France but, again, was in the restroom much of the night! Not worth it!
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Maybe many A's are "receptors" but...not me! My swami has me as a reactor! Rightly so!   Individuality. Maybe because my Dad is an O- explorer and we share the same allergies?


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There are Type A reactors, but receptive and thrifty are the most common (teacher/warrior). Anyone can be reactive, but even Type A reactives are rarely the fully body hives type people like many O's are.
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You can try it, but usually they have very sluggish digestion due to not digesting meat well.  Also, their intestinal flora gets thrown off balance due to not getting the food they need to properly feed the ideal bacteria for their type...  Over time, these symptoms will cause weight gain and malnutrition - although it may take a long time, depending on how healthy they were when they started the "experiment."


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


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Yeah but a Type A eating all the wrong foods and no good foods probably won't see the immediate change a Type O will that already ate healthy and decided to kick pork or corn or something. Just as much as a Type A eating all the right foods may not register very many improvements for a long time, and feel just as poorly as a Type O eating totally wrong. The Type O on the other hand might be able to just exercise off the extra weight even eating poorly (most can, if they work hard, many don't even have any too) and the Type A will be doing everything right and still mentally be upset about weight not changing.


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.


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Also O's have more inflamatory responses to bad foods, where as most A's do not get this type of response.  A's mostly are adaptable and can get on with a bad diet, but it will break them down if the abuse keeps going in a systemic way.

So the reduction in burning inflammation is noticable, where as, preventing future breakdowns is not as easy to see until time goes on.

For A's, just staying away from most dairy and red meats goes a long way, eat like a rastafarian!  The rastafarians believe that eating meat (esp red) regularly makes the body a cemetery.  

I have greatly reduced my red meat consumption.  I thought because i was an explorer, i could eat red meat with no limits!  But this is not true.  Explorers, esp A ones, should not use red meat regularly, and instead eat poultry and some lamb and maybe occassionally some beef.  

I felt somehow that not being able to eat meat anytime anywhere was a sign of weakness, lol! It can be tough to accept that you cannot eat whatever you want whenever you want.  

I feel lighter not eating as much red meat (and mostly cutting fast foods).  I also ate too much at a time.  Takes awhile for the brain to realize you have eaten!!
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I was always interested in studing the black plague that swept through Europe. After starting the ER4YBT diet and found pork as an avoid because it lowers your immune response...... I began to wonder if the avoidance of pork was why the biggest ratio of survivors were of Jewish descent? Of course it could have also helped that they took regular baths and thus also kept their homes cleaner.

A couple of vacations ago I ate pork a couple of times and caught the most horrible case of the flu the day after I got home. I was sick in bed and missed Thanksgiving. So I now avoid like the plague.


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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..  

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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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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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