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italybound
Thursday, April 25, 2013, 3:45am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I'm trying to help a hopeful newbie. She's a B & I just wanted to give her the 2 worst foods to avoid, right off the bat.
Would someone with either the pocket B book or the Eat Right book, tell me what those are please? And thank you.  



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Lentils and corn. Baaaaaaaaaad!!
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Chicken and corn products, as well as most cheap veg. oils and margarine.


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Aren't tomatos right up there ?


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Tomatoes are bad but I guess I didn't include because for me, they're a diamond.
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Corn and wheat.
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According to ER4YT pg. 147 (B section), The foods that encourage weight gain:
Corn
Lentils
Peanuts
Sesame seeds
Buckwheat
Chicken

If your "friend" picks the two that are eaten most, this will be the top 2 for them.  Avoiding all 6 completely would be best...


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Soy is bad for Bs too.  Tempeh, etc.  

That was a tough one for me to lose!
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In other words Pat... it really depends on the B which 2 foods would be the best to avoid. B's really are rather idiosyncratic at the core - like it is part of their very nature and I think it is also something that makes B's rather hard to treat from a health practitioner standpoint.


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Quoted from Kristin
In other words Pat... it really depends on the B which 2 foods would be the best to avoid. B's really are rather idiosyncratic at the core - like it is part of their very nature and I think it is also something that makes B's rather hard to treat from a health practitioner standpoint.


I agree.
I also think there might be a etnic difference.
Like as a danish B i dont  meet the same avoids as an african B or an  american  B
Like corn, soy is really not common in Danish cuisine but rye and chicken is.

Most danish Os dont have a severe reaction to dairy and a lot of them tend to be more Laissez-faire with dairy while wheat and pork might be  a huge no no


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Chicken and corn first but instead of just avoiding them replace them with 2 new beneficials: turkey and quinoa. Then save up and get a secretor test so you can customize the diet better. The next two; replace peanuts with almonds and replace cooking fats with olive oil, ghee, and real butter.
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Tomatoes are bad but I guess I didn't include because for me, they're a diamond.


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Chicken and corn are my absolute worse reaction-wise, and then comes soy.  I absolutely hate tomatoes.


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chicken and soy are the worst for me personally... followed very quickly by wheat and tomatoes.


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Wheat and chicken!!!

Wheat would make me break out into hives and asthma would come about

Chicken = instant muscle pain

I found that as my body became stronger due to being completely compliant for over 1.5 years, I do not react to small amounts of wheat and chicken. If I do eat a lot of it, yes, I can expect awful reactions.


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