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ArwenLegolas
Tuesday, September 4, 2012, 3:59pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Wonderful, welcome to the board. We are glad you found us. Another carnivore. Have you read any of Doctor D's Book Motzi?
I hope you will not be offended if I chuckle. Your name is quite unusual. In my faith saying "motzi" means the blessing over bread or a meal. It's just a very unusual name.
There are bunches of O's out on the board since O is the most common Blood Type.


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Motzi
Tuesday, September 4, 2012, 4:09pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Hihi, Motzi is my nickname and has something to do with my family name.
And yessss, I read 4 books of doctor D and it felt like open my eyes.
Funny also because I had been a vegan and yogi for 20 years and now I am a cavewoman *lol*
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ArwenLegolas
Tuesday, September 4, 2012, 4:20pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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What Blood types are the other members of your family? Are they also O's?
Look at the top and see if you have a Private Message in your Inbox. If so, click on the link that says Private Message. I wish I would be able to come and visit Germany again, but we are rather poor. But it is alright. G-D helps us with our struggles


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Motzi
Tuesday, September 4, 2012, 4:37pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Oh, that would be very nice. How long have you been away?

I don't know my family members blood types, I'm sorry. There are sitting on the sunny side of cloud no 9  

For myself it's feeling very good, taken away my yogini halo.

PS: And a big "Hallo" to Mrs. Nelsen....
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ArwenLegolas
Tuesday, September 4, 2012, 4:47pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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It's sad, but all of my family doesn't want anything to do with me. Same for my daughter in The Netherlands. I left Germany when I was 20 and moved to The Netherlands and became Dutch, and when my EX divorced me, I cam back to Germany, but not Home. I got there later when my Ex abandoned me with a place to stay of my own and without money. I followed him to the USA 3.5 months later and that was September 29th 1979. I have not been back since. Somebody once gave me $2000 to go back to my family to visit but my husband would not hear of it and used the money to pay off some bills. So I will have been here on the 29th 33 years. If I could get enough money together I might even consider going back to Germany. But Germany will not let anybody "immigrate" since I am now American since 2004, without a job offer and a place to stay. Since my family really doesn't want me, I could never hope to make it there. And my husband is retired and self-employed he only has about $600 a month in income, which is at today's exchange rate 477.66 Euros I don't even know if they would let me back. Maybe I could call the German Consulate and ask.


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Motzi
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You really have a heavy fate.
Maybe it's better and easier to stay in Texas because it's very difficult getting jobs in Germany at the moment. The rate of jobless persons are very high and if you will be lucky getting a job, the contract is often limited for only one year.
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prunella
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I am also new to this forum and BTD. Glad to see another O!

I wish I had studied German!




The sun, with all those planets around it and dependent on it, can still ripen a bunch of grapes as if it had nothing else in the universe to do.

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Amazone I.
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prunella... it's never too late .....


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cajun
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Welcome to Mrs. Nelson, Motzi, and Prunella!

As was mentioned before, patience and commitment are essential! I strongly suggest the lemon water each morning before eating for all who suffer from any type of sinus issue or overload of mucus  ( like many of us "A's".) I prefer mine in cool water, no salt.
I came to the BTD for help with my sinus problems and ended up, surprisingly, losing weight after 3 months of adherence. I needed to lose some but this was just a nice bonus! I also noticed a general "feeling healthier" as I tried the Genotype diet, then eventually my SWAMI.

Congrats to all newcomers....You will see benefits!


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Motzi
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Hallo Prunella and welcome  

Cajun, I like drinking lemon scented water during the day. Only drinking water is a little bit boring.
I'm interesting in Genotype or SWAMI but the book isn't translated in my language yet.
So it makes a little bit difficult for me to read *sigh*

For everyone a nice day or evening.
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mrsnelson
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[quote=9793]Welcome to Mrs. Nelson, Motzi, and Prunella!

I came to the BTD for help with my sinus problems and ended up, surprisingly, losing weight after 3 months of adherence.
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Did you find that it took 3 months for your body to adjust and begin losing weight or did you start losing right away?
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