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Amazone I.
Sunday, December 30, 2007, 10:29am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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sorry warrior-companions... I am not sure if this is really me, only the test results *seem* to show up that it might be....might happen  is alike...ok...I am still struggeling to accept ........


annddd sorry I don't know anything about *being such an eclectic being*
especially, hey sweeyties are WE the rest of the survived "amazones" ....hmmmm with arrow & bows  ...ääähthey were always some fine muscular built up women but merely slim....


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Tomatilla - I think I might be your GTD sister.  I'm matching on  Explorer and Warrior (exact same numbers in the strength tests) so I will order the PROP taster and that hopefully will provide the final answer.

From the verbal descriptions though I feel I am a better fit in the Warrior category.

Maybe we'll be the Warrior Sisters!

And I believe we would be in pretty good company with one other Warrior that I know of.


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It appears I too could be a warrior although I'm not 100% sure.  The Explorer type also matched me because I have extreme caffeine issues but didn't fit me at all with the secretor or rh factor. I too need to do a prop test to be sure.  The warrior diet didn't make me feel as rebellious as the
Explorer would.  These two diets seem to be extreme opposites with the animal protein
beneficials.   And the Warrior diet seems closer to the type A Blood type diet.


"The happiest people don't have the best of everything.....they know how to make the best of everything!"
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I don't understand why you need the PROP test to be sure?  With the advanced charts, since you have your bt and sec status info, and your torso/leg/finger measurements, shouldn't you be able to know for sure?  Or have I missed something?


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

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Mitchie
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No Gumby, you didn't miss anything.  I did.  I got caught up in the strength testing charts and forgot all about my original GT which is Teacher.  Even though I test stronger in both Explorer and Warrior than Teacher, I am what I am.

Thanks for the question you posed.  It made me get back on track.  

Sorry Tomatilla, I really wanted to be your Warrior Sister!


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seems to be fine ..huh ...ahem
ok me I am a prob tester:....I prob tested nada ... a nonnie in deed here as well   

Mitchie, you are pardoned...of course ya are ...half of mine


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And we can still be Royals together.  


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sweety, I come back as usual to my A2B nonnie diet and a bit of superdouper mediteranian diet...what do I need more ....I feel lost and very very confused.... but i do have my private helper called Vegatester..
am I blind  


the *bon mot* " overtly resist change" seems to fit in...!!!


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No Isalein... you are not blind...   Resistant to change... perhaps  


But you are probably the most enigmatic of all of us. And I bet if anyone does, you have all the genotypes inside you... just like the enneagram.



and lucky you with your vegatester!!


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Quoted from Amazone I.
sweety, I come back as usual to my A2B nonnie diet and a bit of superdouper mediteranian diet...what do I need more ....I feel lost and very very confused.... but i do have my private helper called Vegatester..
am I blind  


the *bon mot* " overtly resist change" seems to fit in...!!!



AMEN to you.  I totally feel overwhelmed to be changing food choices again and will probably just give up all of this information in favor of following my own healthy, organic Mediterranean diet with lots of fruits and vegetables and live in my own little world of "FREEDOM TO EAT WHATEVER I WANT"  Sorry....it's been fun and interesting but I'm completely OUTTA HERE!
None of this makes any sense to me...IT's too theoretical...It's not a proven diet to prevent or fix any disease and nobody will ever know what my real genetic makeup is unless I do gene testing! I believed in the blood type diet for a short while and  with all this abrupt and sudden change, suddenly this just became too overwhelming for me.  I am choosing to wake up
tomorrow and once again be captain of my OWN ship!  I feel liberated!  I feel empowered
and and suddenly very mentally and physically healthy!

I wish you all the best of luck.  



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Quoted from Chloe
I am choosing to wake up tomorrow and once again be captain of my OWN ship!

What navigation charts are you going to use?



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Quoted from Chloe
I totally feel overwhelmed to be changing food choices again and will probably just give up all of this information in favor of following my own healthy, organic Mediterranean diet with lots of fruits and vegetables and live in my own little world of "FREEDOM TO EAT WHATEVER I WANT"  Sorry....it's been fun and interesting but I'm completely OUTTA HERE!  


Best of luck to you with your health and nutritional endeavors.  
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Hi Isa,
I tested too warrior as also my nephews testify in their body , blood group and mood, probably with a hint of teacher, but I save my turkey twice a week and an occasional roasted chicken or guinea hen.
I am happy with a little bit of tomato, bell peppers and eggplant. I summer it is precious to be able to eat them fres and tasty from the fields. It seems we have  more choices with GTD !!

happy new year as a new winning warrior !
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This little warrior wishes you and all your dear ones a Happy New Year and many others to come. Forgetting chicken for turkey I have gained back mussels, octopus and scallops; what a wonderful world !!!!

Maria Giovanna


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Fellow sister Amazons,

  I thought I was a teacher. I had my son measure me last night I was up at 11:30 trying to calculate... and I do have the narrow head, broad shoulders, long legs, short torso, ring finger longer on both hands...and I'm 5'7", considered tall.  He measured me and it seems I am a Warrior. (sigh) For a minute or less I thought I could eat more cheese.  

I am going to the clinic so I'll know for sure.  I haven't done the fingerprint part.
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We need more warriors! Warriors unite!
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Hi Mayflower,
we gained back also occasional tomato, eggplant and bell peppers, cheers, I am really satisfied !
Happy new year again
Maria Giovanna


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Measured.. and now I join the Warriors.

  Giving up chicken will be diffucult. I have known for about a year that I need to be a Pescatarian/vegetarian. This just confirms it for me.
  I do love tomato, espically home grown ones.
  dottie1


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I, too, guessed I was a Teacher, but after entering in my information into the GTD site, I have been assessed to be a Warrior. The Warrior profile fits me very well, and I'm happy to note that I can overcome the midlife bodily rebellion I am currently experiencing by following this new food therapy.  


It is not my responsibility to convince anyone of anything.
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I am shocked that black tea is now a super beneficial.  

And so, so saddened to see chicken, blueberry, cherry, pineapple, jerusalem artichoke, broccoli, goat cheese, and pecurino go by the way-side, among other things. Oh my!


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I was shocked about the black tea as well.

I used to drink Bancha tea ( a type of green tea) when I was a child, my Mom would buy it. It came as little sticks that we put in hot water.
  I am not a great fan of black tea.
I guess I will stick to warm lime and water and coffee.
I did enjoy some cottage cheese with walnuts in it at lunch.

  I do not like green peppers or eggplant so.. I don't think I will be eating any of those.
How would you eat eggplant if it wasn't in eggplant parmagana?
Most of the high glycemic fruit is gone( due to the diabetic risk), my beloved pineapple, cherries and blueberries.

I do like grapefruit and will eat one a day when in season.

I also like cranberries. I buy quite a few bags over the winter and freeze them.
I cook them till soft and add them to all sorts of things.

I will miss Peter's input here on this forum, more then the food. ( I think I got it right, he will now be on the Genotype Forum, exclusively, right?)
dottie1




  



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make an eggplant dip! yummm!!


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Sorry folks. I just re-measured with the help of my mom and I am a Teacher, after all.


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I will miss Peter's input here on this forum, more then the food. ( I think I got it right, he will now be on the Genotype Forum, exclusively, right?)

Exclusively concerning GTD in terms of answering questions, but not BTD or off topic.



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Quoted Text
I am a Teacher, after all.

how do you feel?


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