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san j
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I love salmon.
Simple wild-caught salmon.
It can be grilled, poached, smoked, sautéed, roasted, baked...
I could eat it every day, somehow or other, maybe sometimes in a tiny portion, and that'd be just fine.

I love lamb, too, but I wouldn't want to eat it every day.
Nor turkey.
Nor cabbage.
Nor sweet potato.
Nor bread.
Nor nuts.
Nor beets.
Nor noodles.

Generically speaking, I'd say I love salad (fresh, raw greens-based combinations of vegetables) and could eat it every day, no problem.

Maybe brussels sprouts  
Maybe grapefruit, but not peaches. Not even plums, which I love-love-love. "Too much", they'd be, y'know?

So, I'll say: Salmon, some sort of citrus fruit, and some sort of salad are things I'd be "willing to" eat every day.
That and a dollop of heavy cream.  


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Watermelon!  WATERMELON!!!!!!  ....Oh, wait, I'm probably saying that because I'm a tad thirsty right now *lol*.  It is true, though, that I never tire of watermelon.

I really never tire of the entire cornucopia of foods that make up my GTD galaxy, and that is a key to why this lifestyle is so sustainable for me:  as I blogged about once and this was basically the title of my blog, this diet is a JOY, not a deprivation.  All the foods are so nourishing, satisfying and delish, that it doesn't feel like a "diet" in the depriving sense that innocent word has come to mean in our society.  It feels like Thanksgiving every day!

All that said, I'm going to have to go with "watermelon" as my official answer!  


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I agree with PT....I don't really tire of the variety of foods that I can eat. I like some more than others, but I'm not bored with the diet at all.  There are so many different foods that if I went through every
group and chose a different food from each one every day, I think I would wind up with totally different meals every day for about a month.

But these would be foods I could eat every day....Almond butter, most salad ingredients, any bean soup, rice cakes, avocado, olive oil, ghee.


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That's hard to say, it kind of depends on what is seasonal. I'm going to have some form of cheese or greek yogurt often. Fresh greens of various types. The fruits we grow during the seasons they ripen. I actually like turkey often but I seldom cook a whole turkey, more often grilling pieces of it or turkey meatloaf. I like dried beans at least 2 or 3 times a week. I live on the Gulf Coast so fresh fish is pretty easy to come by. I bought black plums today and I discovered dried pineapple a few months ago.

Actually the B diet is so varied and the variety is so good locally that I'd find it kind of shamefull to eat the same thing everyday.
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Quoted from Chloe
I agree with PT....I don't really tire of the variety of foods that I can eat. I like some more than others, but I'm not bored with the diet at all.  There are so many different foods that if I went through every
group and chose a different food from each one every day, I think I would wind up with totally different meals every day for about a month.

But these would be foods I could eat every day....Almond butter, most salad ingredients, any bean soup, rice cakes, avocado, olive oil, ghee.

Looks like I was grossly misunderstood.
I do not "tire of the variety of foods that I can eat" nor am I saying I'm "bored with the diet" or that "if I went through every group and chose a different food from each one every day" I personally wouldn't "wind up with totally different meals every day for about a month".

Don't know where that disconnect entered the picture, or why you answer this way?

But thanks for the little list, at the end, of specific Foods You Never Tire Of. The thread's title and the OP together, I still think, are pretty clear that that's what I was going for, no?

Try this on: If there were a food item you had to eat every single day, which one would it be?


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Adzuki bean brownies that have pumpkin puree and are sweetened with glycerin! This is what I eat as my first meal of the day, usually after I've been up four hours or so. Who knew brownies could be so good for one's health?
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Adzuki bean brownies that have pumpkin puree and are sweetened with glycerin! This is what I eat as my first meal of the day, usually after I've been up four hours or so. Who knew brownies could be so good for one's health?


Wow! What an idea! How to translate that into B-ness? Heaven!
There just is no bean like the Aduki.
But we can have chocolate or carob and whatever our compliant flour is, of course. But that Pumpkin hit really got me. Like a carrot cake spicy sort of thing. Like a carrot/sweet-potato pound-cakey kind of thing...with whipped cream or cream cheese or goat cheese on it, dear Lord...
Stop me.

Okay. The carrot date Manna bread, actually, fills that bill for me every blue moon in a leap year.

Craving silenced.
Sanity returneth.

Carry on.  



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Popcorn is like heroin to me- too bad it's a black dot


Black dot ≠ Full-on Avoid

Shoot up every equinox and solstice or something, if you like, no? Christmas?

But, yes, I did mean Beneficials or at least Neutrals.



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The only food I can think of that I could tolerate every day is eggs.  Even with these, I change the way I prepare them.


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From my diamond list Things I can eat non stop;

tuna, and salmon( mainly smoked and salted/graved salmon- I really don´t like cooked salmon )
butter, cheddar, parmasan, and yoghurt
Almonds and macadamia
Asparagus and red pepper- I never get tired of those

fruit well - my lately food list would show that I have a crush on nectarine/peach
but really apples and strawberries come close

I got so many great food  on my diamond/super-neutral list
that my only problem is to stay away from organic free range bacon and black olives


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Watermelon!  WATERMELON!!!!!!  


I love Watermelon too!!

Before, I used enjoy eating Durian.  Maybe in one month I would have 2 pieces. Then when I found out about BTD I stopped eating because I wasn't sure if it was good for my blood type or not. Then I got my Swami and found out it is one of my SUPERFOODS! WOW!!!

I was so happy to find this out that I went to get some right away. I ate 3 pieces of Durian that were just about the size of the palm of my hand in one sitting. But then I got gas and became very uncomfortable. My body said, "No no no, not too much!" That's how I learned.  Even though it is good for me, I shouldn't have too much or I will pay for it in the end!


Nutritional and medicinal ( I copy from wikipedia.org)

Durian fruit contains a high amount of sugar,[36] vitamin C, potassium, and the serotonergic amino acid tryptophan,[54] and is a good source of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats.[44][48] It is recommended as a good source of raw fats by several raw food advocates,[55][56] while others classify it as a high-glycemic food, recommending to minimise its consumption.[57][58]

In Malaysia, a decoction of the leaves and roots used to be prescribed as an antipyretic. The leaf juice is applied on the head of a fever patient.[38] The most complete description of the medicinal use of the durian as remedies for fevers is a Malay prescription, collected by Burkill and Haniff in 1930. It instructs the reader to boil the roots of Hibiscus rosa-sinensis with the roots of Durio zibethinus, Nephelium longan, Nephelium mutabile and Artocarpus integrifolia, and drink the decoction or use it as a poultice.[59]

In the 1920s, Durian Fruit Products, Inc., of New York City launched a product called "Dur-India" as a health food supplement, selling at US$9 for a dozen bottles, each containing 63 tablets. The tablets allegedly contained durian and a species of the genus Allium from India and vitamin E. The company promoted the supplement saying that it provides "more concentrated healthful energy in food form than any other product the world affords


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Also: Garlic. Onion. Parsley, Chives. Hearts of celery.

Other herbs (Basil, Cilantro, Mint, Rosemary, Dill) depending upon accompanying food, of course.


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For me it would be potatoes; no, it WAS potatoes - every day, with butter. I never met a potato dish I didn't like. Sigh! But such is the power of this "diet" - I actually gave up potatoes (except for special occasions )

Now it is beef steak. I could eat it every day,and I do most days - with butter. So maybe the real answer is - BUTTER.

I could probably eat mangoes every day, but they are not in season all year here so hard to tell if I actually could.


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Coffee It's the only superfood (diamond actually) I don't get tired of, everything else has to change. Even though I love fresh, wild salmon I would get tired of it if I ate it every day.


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I could not be on the swami diet if deprevation of any sort were on the menu. And except for pistachios, all of my past food cravings are gone. The body knows...

I'm never too hungry with this stuff in the house:

Season brand sardines in olive oil, with brown rice snaps.
Mahi in Asian sauce with brown rice and cannellini beans.
Turkey Bolognese on Tinkyada brown rice penne with manchego cheese.
Hard boiled egg with sea salt.
Spring greens with garlic dressing.
Peas with ghee and sea salt.
Chobani yogurt.
Ezekiel sprouted grain cereal with hemp milk.
Pineapple juice with cranberry concentrate added.
Almond butter and vegemite on brown rice cake.
Red wine.
Dark (homemade-compliant) chocolate with walnuts and cherries.
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Coffee and peanut butter and chocolate   (oh and wheat)
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A food I could eat every day would be cheese.  


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Quoted from Dianne
Adzuki bean brownies that have pumpkin puree and are sweetened with glycerin! This is what I eat as my first meal of the day, usually after I've been up four hours or so. Who knew brownies could be so good for one's health?


Do you have a recipe for your brownies?  Sounds yummy!



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Almond butter, the fresh kind from WFs; buffalo burgers right off the grill, grapefruit juice, eggs scrambled in ghee with nutritional yeast...yum

And of course, anything chocolate.  My latest fave is 85%, very dark with just enough sweetener to not be bitter - heaven and not nearly as addictive as the sweeter chocolates.
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Quoted from san j
But, yes, I did mean Beneficials or at least Neutrals.

Oh, okay... Let me try again... Let's see...

Manchego cheese
Gouda cheese
Pecans
Olive oil
Oatmeal
Avacado
Carrots
Ginger
Grapefruit
Lemon
Cinnamon
Coffee
Red wine


BTW -  I totally agree with you that black dots need not be treated as avoids. According to our favorite doctor they are only avoids for your washout period, then my understanding is that they become like a neutral that should be re-eliminated if, say, you don't feel well or feel like you're coming down with a bug. There's a lot of wiggle room here


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Popcorn is like heroin to me- too bad it's a black dot


And cheese is like heroin to me....too bad it's a diamond



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green tea, fresh chillies, organic peaches, greek yoghurt, red wine, chocolate, cheese
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Oh man, this is soooo hard!!!!
I could copy Chrissy's list..love all those; or GR's coffee..me, too!; or like many of you, wild caught salmon. I could be addicted to cheese, like Chloe.
I adore cheese and fruit and all kinds of teas.
Well, I rotate my foods on purpose about every 3-4 days but the ones I eat almost daily are: peanut butter/almond butter
           fresh pineapple
           olive oil/lemon/romaine and arugula
           honey/tea/coffee

If I had to pick just one that I know I would never tire of.....almond butter.


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Mai Fun the way the restaurants prepare it! Must have my weekly fix every Friday   Ate a 10 gallon bucketful today (almost)
Either that or guacamole without jalapeno and vinegar  


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Oh, okay... Let me try again... Let's see...

Manchego cheese
Gouda cheese
Pecans
Olive oil
Oatmeal
Avacado
Carrots
Ginger
Grapefruit
Lemon
Cinnamon
Coffee
Red wine


BTW -  I totally agree with you that black dots need not be treated as avoids. According to our favorite doctor they are only avoids for your washout period, then my understanding is that they become like a neutral that should be re-eliminated if, say, you don't feel well or feel like you're coming down with a bug. There's a lot of wiggle room here


OOoooooo  I want to wiggle, too.  


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Ice Cream!

Unless of course you implied "Something Compliant You'd Be Willing To Eat Every Day"


My SWAMI diet is a blend of BTD and GTD Explorer, but I'm not totally compliant.  Also I try to choose foods that have a Low Glycemic index.  DW and DD are A+, probably also Explorer.
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But, yes, I did mean Beneficials or at least Neutrals.


Quoted from SquarePeg
Ice Cream!

Unless of course you implied "Something Compliant You'd Be Willing To Eat Every Day"




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Ginger tea, which I do have everyday.  eggs, chocolate, (I'd also like the brownie recipe, is it in the data base?) Salmon, most any fish.  (this is a new one for me I didn't use to like fish until swamix. (found new fishes to eat) Almonds and walnuts.  (That brownie recipe sure would come in handy) All are super foods for me.


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I love salmon.
Simple wild-caught salmon.
It can be grilled, poached, smoked, sautéed, roasted, baked...
I could eat it every day, somehow or other, maybe sometimes in a tiny portion, and that'd be just fine.

I love lamb, too, but I wouldn't want to eat it every day.
Nor turkey.
Nor cabbage.
Nor sweet potato.
Nor bread.
Nor nuts.
Nor beets.
Nor noodles.

Generically speaking, I'd say I love salad (fresh, raw greens-based combinations of vegetables) and could eat it every day, no problem.

Maybe brussels sprouts  
Maybe grapefruit, but not peaches. Not even plums, which I love-love-love. "Too much", they'd be, y'know?

So, I'll say: Salmon, some sort of citrus fruit, and some sort of salad are things I'd be "willing to" eat every day.
That and a dollop of heavy cream.  

And today I had salmon for late breakfast as well as for late lunch (or brunch and early dinner, whatever).  


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Choose one? Too hard...

Either pistachios (absolutely love!), or yogurt (comforting, balancing, healing).

The child in me votes pistachios, the adult in me chooses yogurt.
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There are a lot of foods I eat every day: onions, garlic,mushrooms, greens (though these might vary), eggs, sardines (most days) turkey, beef, carrots, sweet potatoes, ghee, green tea.....

I really do eat a lot of the same foods over and over, and I would probably benefit from more variety.


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Since I found ways to eat unsweetened chocolate, I could have chocolate every day.
I also love watermelon.
I could eat lettuce every day cuz it is the base of most salads.

As a Midwesterner, I probably could eat potatoes every day, but they are an avoid.  This past year, I have had them every few months with no apparent problem.  I just may have them when traveling or in a situation where there is little other choice. I used to eat butter about every day & could easily do that, altho I try to stick to olive oil for fat.

I'm sure that before the wheat ban, most of us could eat it every day as bread & sandwiches are so much a part of our culture. I ate little bread much of my life, but still it is dificult to avoid when eating out. No, I don't eat it - just saying that in general.  I got some rice bread free the other day & even eating that made me sleepy!


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Oh yes, I used to eat wheat daily, probably from the time I was 9 months old (or however old I was when my pediatrician gave Mom permission to feed me wheat) until I was low-carbing and decided to try dropping wheat from my diet. I'd  considered it earlier but decided it was too much work and expense for something I wasn't sure would help. Once grains became "a condiment, not  a staple" it was easy enough to substitute other grains.

I transitioned my kids more easily by substituting spelt products.


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I could eat tuna every day of the week and not get tired of it. Ever since I was a kid. Tuna salad, tuna right out of the can. With onion and tomato.

I do eat eggs every morning. Cage-free organic eggs. Yum.  





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Now that I'm off grains, I wanted to revamp my answer.

Some kind of almond product; yes, THAT I would eat every day.

In fact, been enjoying it so much, I think we should make something like "Almond Helper" in the food aisle at the grocery store   with the little nut on legs waving its hand.......mo more of that wheat macaroni stuff...


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Adzuki bean brownies that have pumpkin puree and are sweetened with glycerin! This is what I eat as my first meal of the day, usually after I've been up four hours or so. Who knew brownies could be so good for one's health?


Is your recipe anything like this one:
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Do you have a recipe for your brownies?  Sounds yummy!



Sorry Chloe and Spring I haven't been on this thread since I posted.

http://www.damyhealth.com and the recipe I used is called : "Clean Eating Two Bite Brownie". There are some wonderful snack options for all BTD/GTD that can be tweaked for our individuality. Be prepared to drool!!!! And...you'll probably be motivated to go buy your ingredients and bake A.S.A.P.

I add extra pumpkin puree and sometimes amaranth flour. I play around with it because I sometimes want to use up most of the can of pumpkin. Let us know how you make out and maybe a thread should be started with the success of tweaked recipes from this site all of us!  

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Sinigang - is a sour, tamarind(you can substitute guava,tomatoes,fish sauce and miso) flavored broth which can be made with fish, shellfish, pork or beef. When eaten with rice, it can be a meal in itself. This is an original Philippine dish

Tamarind can be substituted with anything that makes the broth sour - ie tomatoes, lemon juice etc.

My uncle is the one that cook it and most of the time I can only it at his house while helping and on restaurants. That is why I don`t know alot of details in it .

Here is the usual engredient and details


1. 6 cups of water to a boil, add 3 1/2 oz sliced onions and 3 1/2 oz sliced tomato. Simmer for about 5 mins.
2. Add 3 1/2 oz string beans, cut into 2 inches strips, 2 pcs chili or jalapeno peppers, 1/2 tbsp fish sauce, and 1 pouch of Philippine Tamarind Seasoning Mix. Continue to simmer for 3 mins, uncovered.
3. Add 1 lb salmon fish heads, simmer for another 3 minutes (or more if the salmon is not cooked yet). Turn off the heat, add 2 oz leafy green vegetable (e.g. spinach). Cover to steam cook vegetables.

Most of the time he adds salmon belly to.

What I love about this, is its sour taste of the soup



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Sinigang - is a sour, tamarind(you can substitute guava,tomatoes,fish sauce and miso) flavored broth which can be made with fish, shellfish, pork or beef. When eaten with rice, it can be a meal in itself. This is an original Philippine dish

Tamarind can be substituted with anything that makes the broth sour - ie tomatoes, lemon juice etc.

My uncle is the one that cook it and most of the time I can only it at his house while helping and on restaurants. That is why I don`t know alot of details in it .

Here is the usual engredient and details


1. 6 cups of water to a boil, add 3 1/2 oz sliced onions and 3 1/2 oz sliced tomato. Simmer for about 5 mins.
2. Add 3 1/2 oz string beans, cut into 2 inches strips, 2 pcs chili or jalapeno peppers, 1/2 tbsp fish sauce, and 1 pouch of Philippine Tamarind Seasoning Mix. Continue to simmer for 3 mins, uncovered.
3. Add 1 lb salmon fish heads, simmer for another 3 minutes (or more if the salmon is not cooked yet). Turn off the heat, add 2 oz leafy green vegetable (e.g. spinach). Cover to steam cook vegetables.

Most of the time he adds salmon belly to.

What I love about this, is its sour taste


This looks just delicious! Thanks.



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This looks just delicious! Thanks.



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Which one likes to eat what?  



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Wild Pacific Salmon
Goat yogurt
Sweet Potato
Germinated almonds, Raw almond butter
Rice Cakes
Raw Celery
Blueberries

There actually are a lot more, but it would seem like I'm listing most of my Superfoods.  



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Oh I see. haha. Thought for that moment that she was just being sarcastic but still
I assumed she was haha .


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Ok but this time I dont get it why you said  your a "Nomadess, but I`ll play".




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It's getting narrower for me - I don't crave protein every day, so I think I couldn't eat salmon every day anymore.
I think it really boils down to:

Raw celery.
Raw lettuce.
Citrus.
Maybe parsley.

I would no longer include onion or garlic.
And while coffee is, for now, my daily morning beverage, I'm not attached to that, either.


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Anything that is prepared for me   Does this count?

Otherwise,

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funny no-one has said CHOC! I know we shouldnt eat too much of it but....
Salmon defo.
PB for sure, no hardship there.
Used to love honey and plain yog on salted popcorn before it was AVOID, darn it!

And cornflakes with peanuts, almonds, and a spoon of yog on top! Again, cornflakes avoid. Now can have puffed rice with same.
Love tofu but bod doesn't quite want it everyday.

Oh yes, my top favt I reckon might just be CURRY!!!!   Can't get enuf of the stuff, and as an A nonnie, I can have coconut so KORMA! (own recipe of course with yog, ground almonds, ghee maybe, a few sultanas yum!)
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Fermented ginger carrots.  
And I don't even like regular raw carrots!




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i actualy have three faves (in this order): sardens, chocolate, and mushrooms.
i actualy have to hold myself back on the sardens becuse i will eat my aloted selection of cans way before i get paid and can buy more.
i try to buy as many things on my eat list as possible and then rotate them so i eat something differnt every day/meal.
fruit is hardest for me becuse i rarely see any worth eating (fresh) around here and the greens are limeted to three for the most part (kale, spinach, and broccolli).


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I will choose some foods which I can actually feel have a pretty quick beneficial effect on my type O, 'hunter' genotype.... ...  fresh silverbeet (Aussie spinach),  ghee,  sea vegetables ie wakame,  salmon or other fish (for more energy and clarity of mind); grapefruit is low fructose (in sugar) and seems to help my liver;  fresh blueberries;  pure cranberry juice(imported from USA); tumeric for anti-inflammatory effect.   Oh, a little chocoate but home-made by me!!  raw cacao powder is used....not every day right now, I do like to be a bit disciplined!
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I will choose some foods which I can actually feel have a pretty quick beneficial effect on my type O, 'hunter' genotype

Just a couple of minutes ago, I dug into a half-grapefruit with my bare hands. I pulled out one supreme (section) and ate it and felt great. I thought, "I really don't have to eat the rest of the fruit - the cleansing effect of that section was remarkable."

So I just read your post and looked up "grapefruit" in The Genotype Diet; this is a "Superfood" for all 6 genotypes.

'Tis the season to enjoy those grapefruits, friends.


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Today was a herring/brocolli slaw/Grey Pupon rollup in a rice tortilla. Some almonds and a tangerine on the side.
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Today was a herring/brocolli slaw/Grey Pupon rollup in a rice tortilla. Some almonds and a tangerine on the side.

And that's "something you'd be willing to eat every day"?



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My revision from the beginning of this thread is. . . butter!!!

However, not butter on steak every morning as I was back then. Now, I have my daily butter in home-made nutella. Butter and almond butter with cocoa powder and carob powder, sweetened with agave and a touch of honey. Absolutely delicious and I eat it everyday on rice cakes or sometimes straight off a spoon when I am being indulgent!!!!!


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When I lived in Europe we used to eat Nutella tartines, but not every day. I don't think I could go for that every day, or steak either.
Three cheers for Individuality!

For me there is less and less I want to eat on a daily basis.
I'm going through one of my phases of wishing I could take my meals through a vein; don't like eating or thinking about doing it. Still waiting for North American Pharmacal's "B Secretor Parental Feedbags".


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Isn't not wanting to eat the same thing every day inherent in the Nomad makeup San J? I generally want some dairy allmost everyday be it yogurt or cheese but the exact form rotates. Same with fruit, I have tangerines and pears in the house but I alternate them at random.
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Isn't not wanting to eat the same thing every day inherent in the Nomad makeup San J? I generally want some dairy allmost everyday be it yogurt or cheese but the exact form rotates. Same with fruit, I have tangerines and pears in the house but I alternate them at random.

Don't know.
I get wanting dairy every day, gcg. Just not "herring with broccoli slaw and Grey Poupon on a rice tortilla" every day, which is what you were suggesting is your own fancy. But, hey - to each his own!



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That made me crack up.  I was like, "Dude.  Herring?  Every day?"   


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That made me crack up.  I was like, "Dude.  Herring?  Every day?"   

Yeah, for like a week. And then not for another five years, at least.



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