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Tom Martens
Monday, September 24, 2012, 4:24am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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where are you from Super B?


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SuperB
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@ ABJoe
@ Victoria


Thank you guys
A typical day is about (1500 calories)

Breakfast:
2 eggs with parsley (about 1.5 -2 cups parsley with eggs. (Later will add small portion of cottage with pineapple when I start going to gym)

Lunch:
3-4 cups vegetables
100g broccoli, 150g cauliflower, 100g shiitake mushroom.
For the sauce either, yogurt pesto or oyster sauce. + 200g lamb (or 250g turkey)

Or (for example)
100g Romaine +50g red kidney beans + 50g beet + 50g cucumber +100g colored bell peppers. + italian dressing or something else light + 200g lamb (or 250g turkey)


Dinner:
Banana shake with B-Type protein and milk

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I drink herbals, chamomile, coffee, etc no sugar. Only 2-3 packets of sweetener per day.

As per your recommendation, Supplements will be taken as follows:
Breakfast: 2 Polyvite & 2 Phytocal
Between Breakfast and Lunch: 1 Live Cell
Lunch: no supplements
Between Lunch and going to gym: 1 Nitrile
At gym: water with Proberry – 15-20 drops
Bedtime: 2 Polyflora, 2 Deflect, 1 Live Cell


I will start exercising next week, I will have to bring up the calories up to (1800) or so I guess. So to the above food sample, I will add something like cottage cheese with pineapple to breakfast, and 2 bananas (or papaya) for the shake with more milk rather than mix in water.
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Lola
Monday, September 24, 2012, 5:32am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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those supplements are not drugs


right, nutriceuticals

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I am spreading my supplements throughout the day cause I am worried about drug interactions if taken together.


contact customer service with your doubts




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PCUK-Positive
Monday, September 24, 2012, 11:30am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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so vit D shouldn't be an issue then


Kind Regards PC. FIfHI Swami III Pro

Partner (F) is O+(Non) MN. Duffy Fy(a+b+),  Lewis (a+ b-) Gatherer.
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PCUK-Positive
Monday, September 24, 2012, 11:38am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

Gatherer Rh+, NN, (lewis a+ b-) [Duffy Fy(a+b+) ]
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probably still suffering from methanol withdrawal  after quitting smoking.

avoid all artificial sweeteners especially aspartame, also avoid smoked anything like smoked fish, smoked meats etc. and don't eat any over ripe fruits.

all bad for the body and brain


Kind Regards PC. FIfHI Swami III Pro

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Victoria
Monday, September 24, 2012, 3:43pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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You're getting off to a great start!  Good for you!!  Many of us did not hear of Dr. D'Adamo's programs until we were in mid-life or later and had already been through major health problems.  Starting as a young man to rebuild your health will also rebuild the foundation for your life and give you a chance at having happy and healthy decades ahead of you.  

I think you will find that this is a constantly evolving process, regularly fine-tuning your eating and lifestyle as you learn the programs more, learn the signals your body gives you, as you loose weight, as you become more fit.  Things will change as you get more healthy.  You will be able to tell which foods really support your intentions and which ones are just "fillers".  There will be ups and downs, but the more you can be consistent and compliant with your food list, the more benefit you will gain from your efforts.  And it is an exciting process!  

In the beginning, it may be enough to get strongly grounded in the basics - really learning your SWAMI food list, so that your main foods (meats, fish, vegetables, fruits, etc) are being chosen from your Superfoods and Diamond Superfoods as much as possible, and eating no Toxins/Avoids.  Little by little, you can find ways to drop the Toxins/Avoids that you are eating as condiments, etc.  Your tastes will change as the burdens on your body begin to lessen, and you will not have such cravings for things that are really not in your best interests.

Keep referring back to your food lists.  Print them out and have copies handy at home and in your car.


Superfoods, especially Diamonds are the ones that will heal and transform your health.

Neutrals function as just food, providing the nutrients inherent in them.  They are good choices if you don't have many options or if you get bored (which I never do).
Toxins/Avoids are like poison to your body and they bring your health and well-being down.  They are counter-productive to your attempts to turn your life around for the better.

I eat mostly from my Superfoods and Diamond category.  I use some seasonings (herbs and spices) from the Neutral lists, but don't buy main foods from that list.  I don't eat Toxins.  Rarely, a couple of times a year, I may eat something from the Black Dot list, if I am traveling, or just eating away from home, and have few options.  




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Let me not pass you by in quest
of some rare and perfect tomorrow.
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SuperB
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@ Victoria

Hahaha, you are amazing. Advice taken

I don't know if I can rely on SWAMI at the moment, my inputs could be wrong, especially the measurements and fingerprints. However, I will fine tune it later.

I will not be able to follow the diet without the sauces, and they all have one or two avoids such as soy, soy beans, modified corn syrup. I only use 2-4 tablespoons to make the stir-fry.

Just like you, I also use extra virgin olive oil for both the cooking and as a salad dressing.

I will keep asking you when I hit a wall and get a bobo on my forehead

I am here to stay  
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Victoria
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Quoted from SuperB


I don't know if I can rely on SWAMI at the moment, my inputs could be wrong, especially the measurements and fingerprints. However, I will fine tune it later.

When we measured my type B daughter for the Genotype book diet, she was a Gatherer.  Later, when she got the SWAMI, she was classified as a Nomad.  Her food list changed quite a bit.  It was all ok, since she is willing to adapt.

Due to decades of IBS (which I no longer have), my intestines suffered a lot of damage, which reflects into damaged fingerprints.  I still have 2 or 3 which are impossible to read.  I entered Composite in my SWAMI.  When I can, I'll correct it.


I will not be able to follow the diet without the sauces, and they all have one or two avoids such as soy, soy beans, modified corn syrup. I only use 2-4 tablespoons to make the stir-fry.

My opinion is that it's more important for you to get established in the basics and I will not personally nag you about condiments.    You've come a long way already.  Just keep on keeping on at whatever level you are able to be successful.

I will keep asking you when I hit a wall and get a bobo on my forehead

In case I'm busy over on another discussion somewhere, there will be plenty of others who will be happy to support your efforts.  It makes us all happy when someone takes their health seriously and takes action to do the right thing by their bodies.
Keep posting and let folks get to know you, and be involved in your journey.






Normal day, let me be aware of the treasure you are.
Let me not pass you by in quest
of some rare and perfect tomorrow.
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ABJoe
Tuesday, September 25, 2012, 1:04am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I will not be able to follow the diet without the sauces, and they all have one or two avoids such as soy, soy beans, modified corn syrup. I only use 2-4 tablespoons to make the stir-fry.

I am here to stay  

Do what makes sense for you.  Your body may tell you later to dump those sauces, but if it makes you able to keep "on-track" for now, fine...

Good to hear that you know you've found "the" way to better health.


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SuperB
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Thank you guys,

I did find another way to make sauces. But will not use until it tastes just right  

Basically soup from boiled meats or and vegetables, thickened by rice flour. Then packed  per serving and freeze till used.
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OK, it does sound like you're getting adequate quantities of vegetables. When you post "stir fry"  or "parsley" I have no idea how much food that is; when you say "3-4 cups vegetables" or "1.5 cups parsley" I have a much better idea. I've seen people sprinkle 1 tablespoon of dried parsley on some eggs; clearly that wouldn't be enough greens for a meal!

It does sound like you're off to a good start, even though the sauces aren't 100% compliant. That's fine for now, but you may want to try and find alternatives for the long-term; even small amounts of some "avoids" may interfere with your health and/or weight loss. Tamari (naturally brewed soy sauce) is OK on the general B diet, although I don't know how it rates for you on your SWAMI.

Tamari can be used to season dishes directly, and it can be used as an ingredient in homemade teriaki sauce. If you shouldn't have tamari, a homemade version is to use blackstrap molasses and salt as a substitute. I suggest you try to branch out into making your own seasonings at some point in the future.


Ruth, Single Mother to 19yo   O- Leah , 18yo O- Hannah, and  12yo B+ Jack


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