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paul clucas
Friday, April 27, 2012, 3:00pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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The leg length is the best way of picking out Hunters out of a type O, Cajun.

I surprised a woman who knew a little about the BTD by telling her that she was either a Huntress if she was type O or a Nomadess if she was type B or AB, but there was no possibility that she was type A.  Her hips were very high - and she had a ect-meso look to her.

I am tall, but my hips are just a little on the side of low (longer body) and my knees are a little on the side of high (longer lower leg).  At my ideal weight I am a very boney 220 lbs.  


My weight loss goal: 220 lbs.  A 6'4" dyslexic oddball: the size of a line-backer, the silhouette of Winnie-the-Pooh.
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cajun
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Thanks, Paul!
You are built somewhat like my youngest son but his upper and lower legs measure just about even. He is a 24 1/2 year old type O- and a very muscular/lean 6'4" currently weighing 235. He was always tall and skinny as a kid but very filled out now.
My O- yoga instructor does have high, narrow hips, short torso, long lower and upper legs. She reminds me of a willow branch, long lean and graceful. She is thankful to learn about ER4YT and is doing well considering her aversion to eating any animal flesh! ( the lamb and broth ideas helped ) I am proud of her for eating chicken, turkey and fish.    


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Bekki Shining Bearheart
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Hi All,

Just agreeing with so much that people have said so far.

When I started the diet after 8 years of vegetarianism, it was not hard to transition to meat. I had been craving beef during my moon times already, and resisting the pull. Even though I, like Kibble, was devoted to the idea of not eating meat.

As to quantities, I think small amounts more often works best for me-- I'd rather eat an ounce or 2 of red meat 3 times a day than a huge steak at dinner, though when I'm doing lots of physical work I crave more-- it's like my muscles need the amino acid  and other raw materials in order to grow.

I noticed from the first bite of beef I ate that my body felt noticably better. What helped me to transition was making a vow to eat only sustainable mostly locally-raised meat, no factory-farmed environmentally detrimental beef. I very rarely eat out, and our favorite local restaurant does local meat quite inexpensively, so this is pretty doable.

Totally agree with these two:

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At one time beef was my most hated food and basically eliminated from my diet, but I must credit it since BTD for giving me back clarity of thought and feelings of well-being.

L-Tyrosine in beef for Type O helps regulate dopamine and I must have been greatly lacking in this area.


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In the long run, all the Os & Bs i know who are / were vegetarians have had issues with weight, depression and anemia among other issues related to their neurological health, hormonal health, blood sugars and even they way their muscles/joints behave. In time, they will start to have greater issues with their health.

I was a vegetarian for 11 years (about 6+ as a vegan)... and i was so sick by the time i swtiched back to eating meat. It's taken YEARS to recover fully. BTW...i have finally gotten back a blood test where i have NO ANEMIA (iron, B12, and ferritin levels are all good)... first time in 12 years.
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Bekki Shining Bearheart
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I meant to include this link for Joel Salatin's rebuttal of the New York Times article "the myth of sustainable meat".

http://grist.org/sustainable-farming/farmer-responds-to-the-new-york-times-re-sustainable-meat/

Joel was featured in The Omnivore's Dilemma.
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Great article Bekki, thanks for posting it!

Andy


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