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I have the same issue-- I will feel good eating the meat but then I get really moody... this happens with chicken alot for me.

Beef- I think I need to slowly get it back into my system again, I was not eating it for some time.

I love fish!!!!


I easily get angered also.


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Kind of interesting Marc121 - I wonder what kind of meat you get ??
Is it conventional grain fed beef or grassfed beef.



I`m sure its purely grassfed. Because its from our farm.


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I`m sure its purely grassfed. Because its from our farm.


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yeah but it would be intersting if there were subgroups of B´s as well


There are subgroups of Bs, luv. Just not in the way you're thinkin'.  



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There are subgroups of Bs, luv. Just not in the way you're thinkin'.  



And remember this, too:

There are subgroups of B: Gatherers, Explorers, and Nomads.
Subgroups of O: Hunters, Gatherers, and Explorers.
Subgroups of A: Teachers, Explorers, and Warriors.
Subgroups of AB: Teachers, Explorers, Warriors, and Nomads.
Not to mention other subgroups (including but not restricted to A1 vs. A2 and Rh factor).

Add to all of the above "Individuality", and there's still enough mystery and color in the world for even you, my little Danish friend.  



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Where as a good cut of organic beef is good I'm not so sure about perhaps a non organic beefburger (unless you ground it from a bit of organic steak yourself), i would also be very wary of buying one in a fast food hall or even at a barbecue to be honest what with transfats et al.

although my vegetarian (for a week) mouth is watering at the though of a bit of rare chateaubriand.  



I agree that when it comes to beef, the quality is crucial, because there is an extremely wide range of it available, from incredibly fine to downright questionable.    I don't demand that it be organic or grass-fed, but it's a sort of meat I won't order just anywhere.



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Beef doesn't do it for me.  Lean lamb for my midday meal, on the other hand, is pure energy and delight!  



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Searched out this thread, because I feel terrific having just eaten an early dinner (Early Bird Special at my house!  ) with beef filet at the center of it.

Henriette knows what I 'm talking about - Beef filet (with a bordelaise/champignon reduction), baked potato (with a yogurt/blue cheese dollop), and braised vegetables. Glass of cabernet sauvignon --- It was awfully "beneficial". Even felt "diamond", according to my INDIVIDUAMI system.
Like a battery charge.

Funny, because you hear/read that many would feel drowsy and heavy after such a repast.

And I seem to be finding beef very tasty a bit rarer than I used to take it. Closer to rare than medium rare...


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Sounds good..
I have been  sick lately, first 2 weeks with brochitis and now full blown flu  
I have been very little interested in food and not eating much, but reading your post this morning and I started to crave beef, so go some grassfed beef out of freezer and hopefully i'll be ok so I can cook it.


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Quoted from Henriette Bsec


I have never seen it  - but always wondered about it.

The A´s have A1 and A2 - why are we Bs so boring

I know as a rh- I need more protein and less grain than the rh+


I think A1 and A2 are just the main subtypes, there are more variations of A's out there.   There are specialized versions found in Africa if i remember right, i read about it on the internet awhile back, and they can't put anything on the internet that isn't true!  

I think there are also some slight subtypes of B's and O's too actually.

http://www.sankalpindia.net/drupal/subtypes-blood-group

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There aren't any subgroups of O's either! We're all OO; you Bs at least can be BB or BO.


Ah, but there 'are' O variants.  I learned that while attending the Stephanie Lazarus murder trial.  

The victim, Sherri Rae Rasmussen, had a rare blood type that she inherited from her father.  O1/O9  Very rare.  She had a weak expression of Type A in her blood.  Blood typing tests in 1986 (the year she was murdered) picked up the Type A in evidence samples, leaving law enforcement (at the time) to believe her blood type at the scene was mixed with that of her attacker.  

The fact that she had this rare blood type was not discovered until 2009 when Lazarus was arrested and crime scene evidence was tested for DNA.


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if I remember it well so A2=Ao ... so far better to stay with lamb for me we do need more animal protein..... especially we the nonnies and can support a bit better all kinds of fatty acids where AA's might have more problems

I allow myselve to interact here even as being an A2B nonnie... but we share the same stress responses like the O's ....- catecholaminse are our culprits....


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San J  - I know what you mean about a good burger - for me it doesn't matter if it's beef or buffalo.  Med. rare, right off the grill with maybe sauteed onions and mushrooms and a little compliant goat's milk cheddar or mozzarella.  OMG, my mouth is watering.  
KK, interesting about the weak A expression in the Lazarus case.  I'd like to hear more about that..
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Ah, but there 'are' O variants.  I learned that while attending the Stephanie Lazarus murder trial.  

The victim, Sherri Rae Rasmussen, had a rare blood type that she inherited from her father.  O1/O9  Very rare.  She had a weak expression of Type A in her blood.  Blood typing tests in 1986 (the year she was murdered) picked up the Type A in evidence samples, leaving law enforcement (at the time) to believe her blood type at the scene was mixed with that of her attacker.  

The fact that she had this rare blood type was not discovered until 2009 when Lazarus was arrested and crime scene evidence was tested for DNA.
Sooo interesting...

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if I remember it well so A2=Ao ... so far better to stay with lamb for me we do need more animal protein..... especially we the nonnies and can support a bit better all kinds of fatty acids where AA's might have more problems

I allow myselve to interact here even as being an A2B nonnie... but we share the same stress responses like the O's ....- catecholaminse are our culprits....


A2 is a subtype of A with lesser amounts of A antigen and more H antigen than A1.  But for transfusion purposes and blood typing, it is A.  Maybe the needs are different, not sure (i am A2 actually) but i am bt A!

Ao is blood type A with the recessive silent o gene from a parent.  O is null and has H antigen , so if you have an an A or B from one parent, and o from another, you will be A or B blood type with a silent o you can pass on.  My Dad is AB (i guess A2B) and my mom is o, so i am Ao.  But i am BT A because o is transparent.

I am like you, i can ID with some O stuff, and also with A threads here too (for me) You have the rarest blood type!
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As a Type B, Beef was always my favorite of meats; I love the taste of a good steak or burger, even if I don't eat it as much as I used to. I also love lamb chops, turkey burgers, fried salmon patties, flounder. Chicken I always had a love/hate relationship with, though for the longest time, it was more the latter...just didn't like it the way so many others in my family did. I don't eat much of it these days, even moreso, now knowing that it is not recommended for those with my type.
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As a Type B, Beef was always my favorite of meats; I love the taste of a good steak or burger, even if I don't eat it as much as I used to.

But the question (for Bs and Os) is: does it energize you?


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But the question (for Bs and Os) is: does it energize you?


I don't know if I'd outright say it 'energizes' me; I guess it's more neutral, or maybe I'd have to gauge my energetic states a bit more after I've consumed beef.
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But the question (for Bs and Os) is: does it energize you?
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If I'm starting to feel run down or ill I eat some beef with broccoli and onions and it makes me feel much better.  But if I eat beef all the time I feel sluggish.  It could be because I can't find a local source for grass fed beef.

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If I'm starting to feel run down or ill I eat some beef with broccoli and onions and it makes me feel much better.  But if I eat beef all the time I feel sluggish.  It could be because I can't find a local source for grass fed beef.


It could also be because eating *anything* "all the time" can produce that or some other less-than-energizing effect.



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It could also be because eating *anything* "all the time" can produce that or some other less-than-energizing effect.



Sorry for being vague.  I feel sluggish if I eat beef the BTD recommended servings per week, not literally all the time.  

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thanks for reminding me how much I love a beef patty. Will have to do it for lunch more often. I believe it does energize me.
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Quoted from Henriette Bsec
If I feel moody  or burned out I crave beef and eggs as well as chocolate

My best calm me down meal is
Roast beef/steak with homemade sauce bearnaise( eggyolks, butter and white wine-herbs) servede with broccoli and maybe some starch potato or sweet potato

Yeah: Beef and eggs. For me, not necessarily together, however.
Just had a wonderfully soft organic beefburger. Not quite fatty/flavorful enough for me, but still satisfying. I should have had a baked potato with it.
Maybe I should eat beef more often? I like it awfully.  



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