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how can I add Hunter to my Aviator?

click on member center.....options are on the left margin.
you have to play with your choice of superfoods to create exciting new recipes!


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There are salad options, just not iceberg lettuce. I've been having escarole, very tasty. Romaine is a neutral. Chicory is a diamond superfood.

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I got my GTD book on the 26th, and cracked it open about 8:30 last night.  Then I read and measured and puzzled and got frustrated and incredulous and marveled and finally went to sleep about 2am with the theory (but no hard measurements of leg and torso length) that I am a Gatherer.  I had several of the measurements already from a visit to Dr. D'Adamo in April of 2006, but didn't have my head measurements or my leg/torso measurements.

I woke up at 5:30 am absolutely ravenous (because I'm 15 weeks pregnant!)

WHAT?!!!!!!    That's wonderful!  ...Okay, continue on, I'm sorry for the interruption...
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...and then had no clue what to eat.  Ended up having an almond milk shake, got on the internet and played with the genotypediet.com website, where I messed around with numbers and played with various leg and torso lengths, and it ended up not mattering which was longer for me.  I'm a Gatherer!  

I went back to bed about 7:30, slept until about 10am, and then had my hubby take my measurements just to confirm what I suspected.  Legs longer than torso, elongated head, etc.  Definitely a Gatherer.

I think I am, too, although I have yet to receive the book and it seems to have taken up permanent residence 3-1/2 hours away from me, per the Amazon "track package" feature.  I'm so totally and utterly a Gatherer, though.  If I'm not, I'll be "surprizzled", as my mom would phrase it.  Well, girl, dig this:  apparently, your beloved chocolate is a BENEFICIAL for Gatherers.  Enjoy!


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Iceberg has never been the most nutritious lettuce anyway.  



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For Edna and other O gatherers... beef is now netural, turkey is beneficial.

Well, that's just crazy talk right there.  Beef is, was, and always shall remain BENEFICIAL, just as I unilaterally decided long ago that salmon was/is/shall be, even though it long ago changed status to neutral for O nons.  As for turkey being beneficial now, hey, no argument outta me there.  But about beef, I am appealing to the Supreme Court.  I will let you know how the lawsuit turns out *lol*.
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Canola and spelt and blueberries and kamut and mozza are out.

I don't use canola oil, I do NOT go anywhere near spelt, I don't touch kamut, I can live without mozzarella.  As far as the blueberries go:  Whatchu' tawkin' 'bout, Willis?  I'm going to add them in to my appeal for the lawsuit.  Until we know the verdict, I shall continue to view them as a beneficial.  ...I'm now thinking, no rush on my book getting to me *lol*!!!
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Cottage cheese and goat are in.

Very excited about the cottage cheese!  Wouldn't you rather have cottage cheese than mozzarella anyway?  I sure would.  Never had goat and don't plan to start.
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Pecans and almonds are better than walnuts.

All right, sir!
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Mangos are neutral.

WHAT?  Well, okay then.  I'm good, I'm good.  Just had a little start there, but I'm okay now.  Return to your homes, nothing more to see here, people!


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If you eat lamb, you can eat goat. It is lower fat than lamb but other than that about the only difference is that lambs have a woolier coat.
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and last but not least.....
your beloved sunflower seeds didnt reach the finish line!!  

your grapefruit made it though!!!


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yeah, but sunflower seeds can be eaten after an initial phase....in moderation. I mean that counts for something! (like avocado becoming an infrequent neutral after initial phase, I was thrilled. ) You know....life without avocado....ever? just too awful.
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Well, I wasn't going to do it--I was just going to stick with BTD--but I ordered the book. Should ship Wednesday. I joined the GTD member site and I think I'm a Nomad (B+, tall, longer upper than lower leg, legs slightly longer than torso, ring fingers slightly longer than index). I can totally live with that. The personality profile fits me well too. Looking forward to the book and having my husband measure me (I measured myself with a 12" ruler so I'm not set on Nomad as I'm sure my measurements weren't super accurate). Can't wait to measure my husband too! He's an A but the initial description of the hunter really fits him. Dare I hope it's possible? I wonder if you can measure a child--I mean, the body proportions should stay fairly consistent to adulthood, right?


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PT... I think blueberries are ok after the initial phase.

I cannot begin the initial phase right away as before the book came we went to WF and got loads of foods and alot of it is in the 2nd phase.  So we are need to continue the best we can slowly eating our way through foods which used to be ER4YT beneficial until we can just get down to only the newer foods in the GT listings.
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I guess I'm kind of hung up on the description of the Gatherer, because I am nowhere near an endomorph (more ecto-meso) - when I was a child I ate lots of junk I was always underweight, I am not "padded looking" (I have visible tendons), I don't have the molar cusp, I'm not an early adopter, I'm restless - not good at prolonged and concentrated brain work, and I don't put on weight easily (even when eating poorly and not exercising).   Even personality-wise, as much as I would like to be "sweet-natured", I don't think most people would describe me that way!
  


Oh, man, now I'm even more curious and wanting the book to arrive, already!  Amazon's package tracking service says my book is now in a neighboring area that is literally minutes from my house so, dang it, it had better be there tonight when I get home.  Meanwhile, I have a kitty who isn't doing well and a vet who is on vakay in Colorado for the week, so I may not be able to read the book even if it has arrived, as I may be busy with that situation, but on the other hand, it could provide a nice distraction while I'm home wringing my hands about everything.  I definitely am an "early adopter", but like you I am restless and also I was not heavy as a child.  An endomorph isn't necessarily heavy, just somewhat rounded and "Rubenesque" even when slim, at least that is what I've been able to "gather" thus far.

As for being "sweet natured"...well...I'd have to say that I am NOT really sweet natured!  I don't know how I would have been if I had spent my childhood in a functional (versus dysfunctional) family, but as it is, I was a very anxious, excitable child, very moody and prone to temper outbursts ...hmmmm, nothing has really changed **!  Perhaps I would have been "sweet natured", had I not grown up in my family   , which was a very sort of volatile environment, to put it in a nutshell.  Sweet natured wasn't gonna cut it there, so if that is my natural tendency, it has long since been buried deeeeeeeeeeep, deeeeep down under a thick layer of cynical sarcasm and other assorted defense mechanisms.

I've got the caffeine sensitivity that seems to be a hallmark of Explorers, per all the on-line tidbits I've read thus far.

I WANT MY BOOK!


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PT.. get ready to be obsessed with  measurements, questions, shocking realities and on and on for about 8 hours straight!  
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Quoted from Lola
and last but not least.....
your beloved sunflower seeds didnt reach the finish line!!  

What?  NoooOOOOoooOOOOOoooooooooo!  I heard they are something akin to an "occasional neutral", yes?!  Don't toy with me, Lola!

My book had better BE THERE tonight (and I think it will).

You are just messing with my head re the sunflower seed situation, yes?  Well, now, you've had your fun!  So admit that they are okay after the first six months or after I lose a zillion pounds, whichever comes last...right?  Because that is what I read in a post last week, and I like that report better than your "didn't make it to the finish line" report.

Sunflower seeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeds!  Come to momma!



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If you eat lamb, you can eat goat. It is lower fat than lamb but other than that about the only difference is that lambs have a woolier coat.

Was going to post this elsewhere at some point, but you know how I keep discovering new FABULOUS additions at my HFS since they expanded?  Well, suddenly, they have frozen ostrich patties and also frozen ground bison!

Tell me ostrich and bison are bennies for Gatherers!

P.S.  I gave one of the gals at the HFS, whom I think is a manager by this point, as she has been there forever, a belly laugh on Thursday or whenever it was that I bought the frozen ostrich and bison.  As I unloaded my cart, I said loudly and emphatically "Thank GOD you have ostrich!"
  You kinda had to be there.  It may not translate, hilarity-wise, to the printed word.  The subtext was:  I couldn't go ON another moment in life without frozen ostrich patties!

...Yeah, you probably had to be there.  Anyway, I have never partaken of ostrich before.  Should be interesting.


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yeah, but sunflower seeds can be eaten after an initial phase....in moderation. I mean that counts for something!

Okay, THAT's what I remember reading last week.  YESSSSSS!  Yes it does count for something!  I mean!  Going from "avoid" to "after an initial phase" is MEGA!  Plus, it gives me an incentive (other than health...what is health compared to SUNFLOWER SEEDS?!) to stick to the diet and lose all the weight I need to lose, so that I can then have SUNFLOWER SEEDS!

Oh yeah, babe.



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PT... I think blueberries are ok after the initial phase.

I cannot begin the initial phase right away as before the book came we went to WF and got loads of foods and alot of it is in the 2nd phase.  So we are need to continue the best we can slowly eating our way through foods which used to be ER4YT beneficial until we can just get down to only the newer foods in the GT listings.

YAY on the blueberries.  ...BUT, this "initial phase" thing is beginning to sound a little scary.  What are we allowed, nothing but turkey and water or something?  Well, let's git 'er underway here!  Carpe diem!

Where is my BOOK?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!





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Height:153cm (seem to have shrunk from 157cm 10 years ago!)
Torso length: 76cm
Leg length:77cm

Knee to ankle:38cm
Hip to knee: 36cm

As for my wrist circumferance: my index finger overlaps with the thumb by about 2cm.

Anyone kind enough, please let me know which category I fall into...and thanks again!!!!


Hi accidental_chef,

Well, with all your measurements it looks like you are a "Hunter",

Your Legs are longer than your Torso;
Your Lower Leg is longer than your Upper Leg;
Your Ring finger is longer than your Index finger
(it doesn't matter if it is only on one hand or both hands for you)
You are 0, Rh+, Secretor.

According to the Advanced Table on Pg. 297, that classifies you as a " GT1 Hunter".

You can still have Beef and chicken and trout (Oh, look at the cheeses you can eat) and brocolli and blueberries.....Enjoy!

As a "Gatherer", I can't have any of those. But I do get cottage cheese. Hooray for cottage cheese!

Cordially,
Margaret


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you are right: bison and ostrich...bennies for gatherer! and you are brave...I just don'tknow about ostrich....tell us if its good.
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PT.. get ready to be obsessed with  measurements, questions, shocking realities and on and on for about 8 hours straight!  

Well, maybe, but maybe not.  From what I can gleen thus far, I think I am going to type out straight Gatherer, all the way.

I'll be surprised if I'm something else.  Then again, just when I was getting my teeth set for cottage cheese (...not that one really needs one's teeth for cottage cheese, but it is just an expression/idiom...yeah, you probably figured that out on your own...), I'll probably be a non-cottage-cheese type.

But I think I'm a Gatherer.

I don't think I'll be sweating too much, measurement-wise, EXCEPT how in the WORLD shall I measure my hips, when my hips and butt are so fat that I won't really know where the hip IS, and if I need "a friend" to help, well, that's just embarrassing even thinking about it.  It would take several friends to measure my hips/waist, me thinks!  And I think my butt is going to skew the results!

But, any way you slice it, I think I'm staring down the barrel of Gatherdom.

Cottage cheese, here I come!

btw, my HFS has no acceptable brand of cottage cheese.  One is made by a company I'm boycotting because they add corn starch to their sour cream (blasphemy!), and one has some sort of FUNKY cultures added that make it taste like tire tread.  I tried it once years back and it was baaaaaaaaaaaaaaad.  So it hasn't been hard for me avoiding cottage cheese, because there is no tempting brand beckoning me at the HFS.  But now I may just have to hit the regular grocery store and get some Breakstone or something!  I do miss it and it is GREAT for "dieting", no two ways about that one.



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you are right: bison and ostrich...bennies for gatherer!

To be said to the tune of Elaine Benes on Seinfeld:

Get OUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Both are bennies?!!!!!!  AWE frickin' SOME!  FINALLY, my HFS has some MEAT variety AND they turn out to be bennies!

Oh, this is too much excitement.  I have to sit down.  Wait a minute, I am sitting down.  Okay, then, I'm good!


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Ostrich fillet is wonderful, dark, lean, tastes great, doesn't seem like a bird meat, "reads" like a lean dark mammal meat. Can be cooked rarer than chicken. Yum in a big way. I would definitely choose the filet over ground when I had a choice.


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Ostrich fillet is wonderful, dark, lean, tastes great, doesn't seem like a bird meat, "reads" like a lean dark mammal meat. Can be cooked rarer than chicken. Yum in a big way. I would definitely choose the filet over ground when I had a choice.


OSuzanna, that sounds delish!  I asked my DH yesterday if he had ever eaten ostrich (that was mistake #1) and he said yes, it tastes like chicken and I believed him (mistake #2).

He has eaten Shake 'n Bake chicken for dinner probably 4 years now so I guess everything would taste like chicken.  

It doesn't taste like chicken, does it????


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apples for nonnies ...that's what my roostersis Debra mentioned ...coz of NOT having loosed any weight....since I stopped eating my beloved apples...I DID loose...


Apples!!!  Did someone say apples?  Kristin tells me that I may be able to have apples every now and then.  That will depend on my GTD outcome.   Can't remember which one is able to.  Have not received my book yet as the wrong date was put on the credit card order.  (Hubby did that one ) Should be in this week I hope.  How I do miss apples.  A nice red juicy BC delicious apple(perfectly white and crunchy inside...not the yellow ones) or a Spartan.  yuuuummmmm.

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Yes!!!!!Hubby just walked in with the mail and guess what is there.  Yep...Dr. D. in a book.  The Genotype Book.  Now...let's go see what the measurements say.

Debra


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btw, my HFS has no acceptable brand of cottage cheese.  One is made by a company I'm boycotting because they add corn starch to their sour cream (blasphemy!), and one has some sort of FUNKY cultures added that make it taste like tire tread.  I tried it once years back and it was baaaaaaaaaaaaaaad.  So it hasn't been hard for me avoiding cottage cheese, because there is no tempting brand beckoning me at the HFS.  But now I may just have to hit the regular grocery store and get some Breakstone or something!  I do miss it and it is GREAT for "dieting", no two ways about that one.



You can get Friendship cottage cheese at Publix.  No bad ingredients (as of this writing).  Just ask a B when it comes to cheese........


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I think........
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