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Mrs T O+
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Are there any statistics on the %ages of each blood type in each genotype & then what %ages of each genotype for each blood type? I did find that each blood type does not fit into all genotypes. I think Os can only be 3 of them, the ones I thought I might be, altho each one is opposite of me in some areas & like me in others.
I am soooo looking forward to the book.
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Hunters: Around 15%
Gatherers: Around 25%
Teachers: About 15%
Explorers: About 15%
Warriors: About 15-20%
Nomads: About 5-10%


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ooohhh...oooooh I do feel myselve between explorer & nomade ... what do you recommend to me to take from the genotype
supplements .....


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Quoted from Amazone I.
ooohhh...oooooh I do feel myselve between explorer & nomade ... what do you recommend to me to take from the genotype
supplements .....


Until you know they have starter supplements.

I have not been able to figure out the ingredients of the supplements in the packs (for the dirfferent genotypes or the multivitamin and multimineral tablets (for all genotypes) sold outside the packs.



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perhaps there will be  some explomads created


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Quoted from Amazone I.
explomads




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Explanations.

Ingredient list.

I expect there will be one.  
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O'Suzelannchen, as I wrote that I do feel as a mix between explorer and nomad...so I do need a mix called explomads as supplements   


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Aahh! Tres bien!


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Toma, wait until you get the full picture

Also, verify any measurements with an experienced carpenter!  
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sweety, I'll do so the measurements have been done some weeks ago .... but I don't know how  firm the carpenter in reality is or was ...so I thought that my upperlegs were longer than the contrary...but I just did the measurement by myselve and saw..yep he was right...but I din't have a leglenght from over 110 centimeters ...


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very confused (haven't done the measurements)

I may be a Teacher or Explorer {who came up with these names?}
Have to wait and see.  
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sweety, its a bit different from Galen's or and  others before  


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Thanks, Dr. D.
It makes it easier to know that not every type is a possibility for every category.

Now for the other way:
Os: __%Hunters __%Gatherers __%Explorers

As: __% etc........??????????????????????????????


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sooo today I got my results.. that's it what I felt: it seems that I am merely an explorer with normadic issues in ....
hey guys and galls it seems I was estimated as a normal being in
measurements of bodyfatindex ...ok for (ideal mass 22.6    ) that's...yiiipppiiiee!!! ...just great ....
but a lefty with highly scored BSA (1,9qm's )and a lot of testosteron instead of what   Yamaniboy can't we change our situations..huh

p.s.

mostly repetitions of the lr4yt....nothing new but almost BTD related


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The more I read about the Geneotype the less I understand. I am beginning to think the book may more confuse me then the various threads I have been watching so far. My book (if I can understand it) should be showing up around Jan 1. Understand I have a high IQ but am totally defeated by word problems. I am beginning to think this is gonna be one big word problem

Really if Sam has 3 apples and Suzzy has 4 pears and Joe has .... you get the problem. All I see is a fruit basket and they can all just duke it out if they can not share.
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I think the book will give wonderful insight.  As an A non-secretor who has done well with animal protein, I'm definitely looking forward to finding out my genotype.
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Quoted from Amazone I.
sooo today I got my results..

What results? SWAMI?



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Jean, no worries!
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If anything the GTD may disappoint folks who are expecting a whole big technical tome. It is a very chatty and simple read. Perhaps in another book I will get to the nuts and bolts of the whole thing, but you may be very surprised just how clear and simple the GTD book is.


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Vicki, have you checked your subtype yet?
A1 or A2?


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I keep reading in the various genotype threads that certain blood types can only be certain genotypes.  Can somebody fill me in?  The only one that is obvious to me is that As are not hunters.   But I know they can be Warriors, since DrD is one.  I am trying to narrow down my guess as to what I am before my book comes just by going on the descriptions.     So which ones are a possibility for each type?  I can't seem to put my finger on the info...can somebody point the way?

Thanks!


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Quoted from Gumby
I keep reading in the various genotype threads that certain blood types can only be certain genotypes.  Can somebody fill me in?  The only one that is obvious to me is that As are not hunters.   But I know they can be Warriors, since DrD is one.  I am trying to narrow down my guess as to what I am before my book comes just by going on the descriptions.     So which ones are a possibility for each type?  I can't seem to put my finger on the info...can somebody point the way?

Thanks!

The Hunter
Tall and athletic, with a square jaw, Hunters are energetic and intense. They often suffer from allergies, asthma, or rheumatoid arthritis. Blood type O.

The Gatherer
Sweet-natured, emotional, and natural problem solvers, Gatherers tend to have a high BMI. They struggle with appetite regulation and crash dieting. Blood type O or B.

The Teacher
Sinewy and flexible, with a square jaw, Teachers are naturally exuberant with a calm outlook. They are vulnerable to bacterial infections. Blood type A or occasionally AB.

The Explorer
Muscular, adventurous, and often accident-prone, Explorers are smart and visually oriented. They're sensitive to caffeine, fragrances, and medications. Any blood type.

The Warrior
Charismatic and quick-witted, Warriors flush when nervous and have a hard time relaxing. They're beautiful in youth, but age early and steadily. Blood type A or AB.

The Nomad
Very tall or short, often with red hair or green eyes, Nomads are quiet, witty, optimistic, and rational. They have sensitive digestive tracts. Blood type B or AB.

Or to put it another way the options are:

Type O - Hunter, Gatherer, Explorer
Type A - Teacher, Warrier, Explorer
Type B - Nomad, Gatherer, Explorer
Type AB - Nomad, Warrier, Teacher, Explorer


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Thank you Don, that is exactly what I was looking for!  Not sure how I missed it...I've been to that page many times.  I knew it had to be somewhere.

That narrows it down to three.  


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Thanks Lola...I had watched the movies but didn't remember this info in them.  But I did see that I had missed part V of the lecture thanks to your link!  


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I'm beginnning to think I am an Explorer. Now to just get thinner again.
Jean


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Quoted from Don
Type O - Hunter, Gatherer, Explorer
Type A - Teacher, Warrier, Explorer
Type B - Nomad, Gatherer, Explorer
Type AB - Nomad, Warrier, Teacher, Explorer


I thought I might possibly be a hunter or nomad, but I guess I'm a nomad.  I'm not remotely fat or remotely muscular, so nomad is a shoe-in. Hooray!
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So far I don't have a clue.

I think I was one thing when young...
And another when older...

Is this possible?

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I think once you read the book, and do the checking/measuring/etc, it will be clear which genotype you are.

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jean, knowing your secretor status will also be important.


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after we all get the book and do the measurements its gonna be wild on this board!!!! I'm talkin' wiiiild!!! Cuz  we'll all be tellin ya' what we are.......(sounds fun!)
so for now I'm guessing gatherer, I'm short, but have kinda long legs per torso....(a touch of hunter?)
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I am guessing that since Explorers are best described as muscular, that they probably have leg and torso measurements that are proportional.


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yup Don.... I got it...but must be honest, I am neither the real explorer, nor the real nomade...I am not caffeinesensitive nor am I prone to accidents .....
I was a natural redhead in my youth and came up darker later....
so hmmm what shall I say....


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Quoted from Amazone I.
yup Don.... I got it...but must be honest, I am neither the real explorer, nor the real nomade...I am not caffeinesensitive nor am I prone to accidents .....
I was a natural redhead in my youth and came up darker later....
so hmmm what shall I say....


I'm with you Isa...


I'm just me.... that's it, really....




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so it is .....dearest Kristin


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jean, knowing your secretor status will also be important.



I know I know. Let me pay off my Christmas bills and get my car taken care off. It needs new tires and those are gonna be an arm and a leg!!
Even though I am not not muscular and am majorly full figured I am almost certain I am an Explorer. My other choice is gatherer and I just don't think that is me.Explorer feels right.


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What's up w/ Tirerack?
Do we hunt with new tires on the car, gather up stuff to transport to the teacher. Do we explore new places, fight off old enemies w/ the warrior in the back seat, or just roam around like a nomad to counteract cabin fever?
I'm getting excited about this book, thinking I may be an explorer, altho I am very verbal/auditory & not visual.
I'm a lefty, cannot tolerate caffiene altho most of my family members could/can to some degree. In my older age, I am very sensitive to perfumes(are there more synthetics in them now?).
However, I think I am pretty symmetrical(nobody is perfectly symetrical. Well, by the new year I should be devouring the book & hoping to know what foods to devour more!!
Cheerio,
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Tirerack was so drgnwng1 can get new tires quicker, so she can get the GTD book quicker, I think  

However, Mrs. T, I loved your word cartoon. Reminds me of the Bloody Family, which I miss.


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I understood the link was for tires . My mechanic is in charge of my tires I stay out of it. He has never done bad by me. He lives near us and knows the terrain.
I have the book coming I just need money for the secretor test.
Jean


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Another question.....
How much do the genotypes have to do with personality & compatibility with other genotypes????
I would suspect some from the descriptions, but not a lot.
Am I right??

Getting excited about this gift to myself & excited about sharing the 'lending copy' with friends,
Mrs "T"   O+ (Hunter, Gatherer, or Explorer)


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I'm a A nonnie do I have to know if I'm an A1 or A2? Is everyone one or the other or are some of us just plain A's?

Also noticed one can sign up for the new diet. But we need to know our type first to really benifit. Right?
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A's will be either A1 or A2. Just knowing you are an A nonnie is good enough for the GTD at this point in time.
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thanks.
Plan to order the kit as soon as the link is active.
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Quoted from purlgirl
Also noticed one can sign up for the new diet. But we need to know our type first to really benifit. Right?


The web site claims to include a calculator to help you determine your genotype if you do not know it already.

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The GenoType Diet online program will give you all the tools you need (including the exclusive GenoType Calculator) to determine your GenoType.


I have not enrolled yet, because I am still debating whether I can afford it ($260 each year). I also do not need weight loss services which is what the site primarily claims to provide.



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Ah, but the Genotype Diet is not primarily a weight loss diet

Even if the website promotes themselves to the world that way, doesn't mean that will be the focus for you.

I think I'll do the initial membership to check it out and then decide to continue from there.  I definitely want to select the correct genotype instead of spending time on the wrong one by accident

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I have not enrolled yet, because I am still debating whether I can afford it ($260 each year).


260 US Dollars a year? That is VERY expensive.
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*The GenoType Diet online program is just $5 a week, billed quarterly (every 13 weeks). Your credit card will be automatically charged $65 at the time of registration and every 13 weeks thereafter. You may cancel at any time and receive a refund for the unused portion of your subscription, other than a minimum 5-week charge of $25, which is nonrefundable.


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not too bad, and i need the weightloss help....
I have spent that much on the zone online before and had trouble cancelling, but finally called their phone number and got cancelled after about 5 wks.
I wouldn't mind trying it for about 5 or 6 weeks , whatever the initial segment is....
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I thought it was $5/month which is $60/year.
Anyway, start with the book & the kit & see.
S S & L,
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Mrs T,

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*The GenoType Diet online program is just $5 a week, billed quarterly (every 13 weeks). Your credit card will be automatically charged $65 at the time of registration and every 13 weeks thereafter. You may cancel at any time and receive a refund for the unused portion of your subscription, other than a minimum 5-week charge of $25, which is nonrefundable.



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just a heads up...there is a free trial offer in the book...read details there...so we can check it out before committing.  Link is not active yet though, but I am sure it will be when the time is right.


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If you don't go to the link listed in the book, the one week free trial is there.  To get to the free one week trial, click here:  

https://www.genotypediet.com/publicsite/funnel/register.aspx

Anyone can get to the free one week trial from the http://www.genotypediet.com main page once you navigate to the registration page.  
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Quoted from Dr. D
Hunters: Around 15%
Gatherers: Around 25%
Teachers: About 15%
Explorers: About 15%
Warriors: About 15-20%
Nomads: About 5-10%


Quoted from Don
Type O - Hunter, Gatherer, Explorer
Type A - Teacher, Warrier, Explorer
Type B - Nomad, Gatherer, Explorer
Type AB - Nomad, Warrier, Teacher, Explorer


I dont know whether this question has been answered before and I'm sure it will be in the book itself...but how were the names coined and assigned to the blood types?

Type A's as Warriors is so contrary to what I have observed of the A's I have met so far. All of them have the temperment of either Teachers & Gatherers, at the most Explorers. The O's appear more suited for the Warrior-just by definition of the word "warrior".

My thinking is also influenced by the traditional Hindu Varna system where people are classified according to their abilities:Warriors,Teachers, Traders and the Maintenance Crew. The classification was designed such that there was work for everyone and everyone played an important role is nation building.

All that has changed and the practice has taken a totally unacceptable formula...but that's discussion for another thread!

Please enlighten me, all those good and fortunate people who already have their GTD books with them.

Thanks!


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One thing I remember from the book is that hunters had nothing, nothing to defend.  Type A's had agriculture and needed to defend their property.
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Dr D named the types.  I've not read them all, but about teachers one of his comments is that the teacher type "carries an impressive wisdom of the body".  Of course I remembered that !


Embracing my A-ness! (Ok, that is waaaay better in print than it is out loud! )

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coz of our inborn lazyness, all dearles, WE just can't be hunters but a bit of gatheringblood is also in our veins...for some days, might be fine

btw...my mum a B Rh- nonnie as well isn't nomadic at all, I don't know is hse ESFP/J or isfp/j.....she stayed for more than 20 years at the same place and town...here I changed flats, houses, jobs, men.... for more than ........ok I'll stop here


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Do we have any stats on how each type is distributed in each genotype?
For example: Since explorers have all the types, are there 45% Os, 40% As, 10% Bs, & 5% ABs.(I doubt - see later in post.)
For Nomads, are there 2/3 Bs & 1/3 ABs, the same ratio as the population?
Maybe the stats aren't in yet. But that would make a nice study. For hunters, it's easy.  Since 15% of the total population is hunters, which is 1/3 of all Os, then the other GTs must be different.
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Then, how about this listing?

O - 34% hunters __% gatherers __% explorers

A - __% teahers __% warriors ___% explorers

B - __% gatherers __% nomads __% explorers

AB - __% Teachers __% warriors __% nomads __% explorers

Ta Ta!
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