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is apple cider vinegar ok for type o's?
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If you're following BTD, then apple cider vinegar is fine for O secretors. It's an avoid for O nonnies.

If you're following GTD, it's an avoid for Hunters.

If you have SWAMI, follow the value it gives you on all foods, regardless of what any of the "book diets" say.


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If you're following BTD, then apple cider vinegar is fine for O secretors. It's an avoid for O nonnies.

If you're following GTD, it's an avoid for Hunters.

If you have SWAMI, follow the value it gives you on all foods, regardless of what any of the "book diets" say.


Got it. Well, swami says no for me so there is my answer. I had some butter with my grill chicken today and wow.... what a difference.

Guess I need to accept I am type o all the way.
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Guess I need to accept I am type o all the way.

Sometimes the hardest part is to accept ourselves as we are...  


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Guess I need to accept I am type o all the way.

Acceptance was my first step toward admitting I'm a typeaholic. <;



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I'm on the fence about the vinegar, just don't think my salads taste the same without it.
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I'm on the fence about the vinegar, just don't think my salads taste the same without it.

Many substitutes won't taste "the same", because they aren't...  

Having a healthy life is all about getting used to the things that are good for you and accepting that those not so good are now relegated to very infrequently eaten...


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Sahara, you need to decide for yourself how compliant you're willing to be. I'm not talking about being careless with your health; I'm talking about making a conscious decision about one or two specific foods that SWAMI says "no" to  but you find don't hurt you AND you feel deprived without. A good example is Peppermint Twist and her yogurt. It's officially an avoid for her on SWAMI, BTD, and GTD, but it's a specific food that doesn't negatively affect her and that REALLY enhances her enjoyment of her diet.

Perhaps vinegar in general, or apple cider vinegar in particular, will be a similar food for you. What you should probably do is completely avoid it for a few months, then re-introduce it (making no other dietary changes at the same time) and see how your body reacts. Also see how your taste buds react- it may not be quite as wonderful as you're remembering once you've gotten into the habit of citrus juice based dressings.

Only by avoiding it then re-introducing it can you truly evaluate how it reacts in your own personal body, and how much your life would be improved by including it.


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