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Maria Giovanna
Sunday, January 13, 2008, 1:06pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Hi Shazamda ,
I  teacher instead would have been a warrior; chocolate, eggplant, Mussels, Octopus and scallops were good trade for me to lose chicken.
I must check better too for a lot of reason. I hope to know for sure what I am teacher or warrior or Il'll get identity doubt !!
Maria Giovanna


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Loretta
Sunday, January 13, 2008, 6:26pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Im a warrior.  Typical Type A.  This new book has made me skeptical.  The BTD made me feel great.  I dont get why the changes in foods if the foods were already tested for Blood Type. Read the book but just dont get it!  Loretta
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Quoted from Lloyd
The warrior population on the board seems to be significantly lower than what Dr D predicts for the general population, at least according to the census poll we have going.

Unless warriors are too shy to vote?  


Perhaps it's like Dr. D says in the GTD book, he rarely sees Warriors before middle age.  They never seem to get sick and are too busy getting on with life.  Of course, the inevitable downfall occurs.  Maybe those warriors are all sitting in their docs offices now, not realizing GTD would be the perfect medicine for them.


99.8% sure I'm a Nomad.
I think........
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Janet
Thursday, January 17, 2008, 3:18pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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What a surprise to find that I'm a Warrior Woman!!
So far I've found Drea...and Ruthie...anymore of us out there??


Janet
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  So, Janet, you finally got your book, eh?  GREAT!  Welcome to Warriorhood!  I hope you enjoy it!

  (Don't mind me, I'll just be over here, gathering...)


"If you are on one of Dr. D's diets and it isn't joyful, you aren't doing it right." - moi

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Janet
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Nope...PT...still waiting for the BOOK...new one mailed today!
Hope you Gathers are having fun out there


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ruthie
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Janet...mayflowers and dottie have posted.
Isa began a thread, but i don't think she believes that is right for her.
Perhaps we are shy.
I read that there are several on the other site.

I love the diet!
namaste
ruthie


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Janet
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Hi Ruthi...I'm still looking through the food lists...not too sure? But I'm sure it's for my own interest.
Was Isa's thread about Warriors? I started this one because Drea didn't think there were any?


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Drea
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Do a search.


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Janet
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Just found Ruthie's...maybe the mods can marry them up?


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Drea
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Done!


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Janet
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Drea..thanks, I found Isa's too...please!


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Drea
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Drea
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Any other Warriors lurking about?


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Jenny
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Any other Warriors lurking about?

Yep, I've been nipping around the Warrior GTD site, and this one too. Nice to see all the familiar names. I love the community and friendship, and my day always starts with a check in to look at the latest discussions. I must admit that now I tend to focus on Warrior threads, but it is nice that old friends across the border still come visiting.
Jenny



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Chloe
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Quoted from Drea
Any other Warriors lurking about?


Yes, I'm a Warrior, but I am not sure the Warrior diet is better for me than the type A diet.
Here's why.   I fit the description of much of the Explorer's weaknesses...the caffeine sensitivity,
the chemical sensitivity...the quirky reactions to foods and the environment...YET, I'm a
secretor and I've got A positive blood.  THAT doesn't fit an Explorer.  My measurements fit
a Warrior.

How do other As who are Warriors feel about the Warrior diet suiting them better than the
type A diet?




"The happiest people don't have the best of everything.....they know how to make the best of everything!"
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Drea
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I've only been following the GTD diet for a little more than a week, but so far, I've been able to keep the weight that I lost just before the NY off and have not felt deprived. For me, the BTD just wasn't letting me lose the stress weight that I gained over the last two years, whereas the GTD seems to. But I think it may be too early to tell for sure.


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Jenny
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Quoted from Chloe



How do other As who are Warriors feel about the Warrior diet suiting them better than the
type A diet?



Although I was shocked at the changes in the food lists at first,(losing some, gaining some), I am now reconciled and really enjoying it all.I should be, but am not interested in losing weight, just want to have all the other aspects of good health. It is a thrill to be looking forward to some favourite foods after the 3-6 month detox.While BTD gave me 80% satisfaction, I sense that this will be even better.




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Janet
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Hi Jenny, that sounds very positive! I'm going to wait for my book and then maybe visit to GTD site...I just don't know enough yet.

Drea...what foods have you found that are really making the difference to you - weight wise??


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Ribbit
Friday, January 18, 2008, 11:58am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I seem to be measuring a Warrior too, but it doesn't make sense.  I'm going to get my husband to remeasure me tonight.  


ISTJ, BTD since 5/05.  Battling chronic Lyme disease since ~1985.

"Everything is permissible for me, but not everything is beneficial..."  I Corinthians 6:12

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Drea
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Quoted from Ribbit
I seem to be measuring a Warrior too, but it doesn't make sense.  I'm going to get my husband to remeasure me tonight.  


Good idea. I tried measuring myself twice: once a Teacher, once a Warrior, then back to a Teacher, and now finally a Warrior. I seem to be doing well on that plan, which is good.


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ruthie
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I feel like I could sing with Marilyn Monroe...'Diamonds are a Girls Best Friend'.  My wiggle is even coming back but not quite like hers.  Hey 40 or 50 years does make a slight difference.
I love the diamonds in my list of things to eat.
So you have to change your foods...so what!
I say get with the program and don't look back.

namaste
ruthie


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Well, he did measure me last night.  Problem is, I don't have any Warrior characteristics.  So I read the thread on measuring your lower leg length and I took an inch off that measurement, which puts me as a Teacher.  But when I did the Strength Meter, I don't fit a single one at all.  I'm really confused.  Maybe I should read every single thread on the GTD during the day and remeasure tonight.  Maybe that'll help.


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Drea
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Quoted from Ribbit
So I read the thread on measuring your lower leg length and I took an inch off that measurement...


I don't understand. Why would you take an inch off this measurement?


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