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 Warriors, are you happy with your diet change?
Yes, I love it! It feels right~ (7 votes)
22.58%
I will try this for 3-6 months (5 votes)
16.13%
I wonder if I could be half Teacher (4 votes)
12.90%
I am positive I'm typed correctly. (3 votes)
9.68%
I have great energy (3 votes)
9.68%
I see no change (3 votes)
9.68%
I feel like there's some other group I belong to, but it doesn't exist (2 votes)
6.45%
I'm losing weight (2 votes)
6.45%
It feels wrong. (1 votes)
3.23%
I wonder if I could be half Explorer (1 votes)
3.23%
31 Votes Total Last vote Sunday, March 9, 2008, 9:38pm by 156
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Chloe
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I am curious about the Warriors.  Did everyone leave and go to the Genotype board?  Or
are there issues with the diet or typing that nobody wants to discuss.


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Quoted from Chloe
I am curious about the Warriors.  Did everyone leave and go to the Genotype board?  Or
are there issues with the diet or typing that nobody wants to discuss.


I check both the genotype warriors board, and this one in BTD every day and usually contribute something. Later on I will probably come back here permanently as I can't afford the subscription there, so I hope there will still be warriors here then



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I'm still here.  Can't say there's been change.  The first day I thought there was some better digestion, but now it's back to "normal."  Maybe I have a tiny bit more energy, which brings me from -10 to -8 on a scale from 1 to 10. I'm a little bummed about it.  I'll stick with it, though, because I like cheese and I think chicken isn't good for me.  The jury's still out for the long term.......maybe I just need to give it some more time.  Oh, and I like Yerba Mate a lot.  In fact, I'm not drinking any caffeine besides that and I'm still awake, so I guess that's good.


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Hi...I'm still here. Dr D's quiz test told me BTD was best for me, so I've not switched to GTD. I'm happy with BTD...no category for me to vote!


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I have switched to the GT diet Warrior. I visit both boards but find the GT diet Board more focused and less confusing. I won't be there long though so I will be back full time here. I like the GT diet.
I was developing rosacea and it is gone. No more red face even with excertion. I stopped eating wheat as well due to the white lines on my fingers. So maybe that is it, but whatever I am happy.
I do not adhere to the portions I  don't have any weight to lose but I would like to maintain my present weight.
  I know I am eating more cultured dairy products then are recommended but I have something called blepheritis, it is a chronic infection of the eye and the dairy helps it. I seem to have less crusting on my eye I think it is too early to tell  if it is gone but I am hoping.


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"Healthy people have the least overt symptoms from eating avoid foods." Dr. D'Adamo
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I'm still here, too, and loving this diet.
Ribbit, I was reading some more about castor oil and what it can do for your stomach - using it on the outside. I wish you would read it. It still surprises me when I see how well this stuff works for so many different things.

This is a snip from the site: Dr. McGarey has successfully used the castor oil packs in a clinical setting for numerous conditions, including liver and gall bladder disturbances, abscesses, headaches, appendicitis, epilepsy, hemorrhoids, constipation, intestinal obstructions, hyperactivity in children, and to avert threatened abortions in pregnant women.

In The Oil That Heals, Dr. McGarey says that Edgar Cayce described at least thirty different physiological functions that could be changed for the better through the use of castor oil applied topically, mostly by the use of the packs.

Here is another:
Dr. McGarey is very humble in his statement, for he does present a plausible hypothesis relating to Edgar Cayce's suggestion that castor oil packs can strengthen the Peyer's Patches, which are tiny patches of lymphatic tissue in the mucosal surface of the small intestine.

According to Cayce, the Peyer's Patches produce a substance which facilitates electrical contact between the autonomous and the cerebrospinal nervous system when it reaches those areas via the bloodstream. Dr. McGarey thus understands Cayce to say that the health of the entire nervous system is, to an extent, maintained through the substance produced by the Peyer's Patches when they are in good health. Although the Peyer's Patches were discovered in 1677, it is only recently that medical science has begun to recognize them as constituents of the body's immune system.

Current research appears to confirm Dr. McGarey's theory. A double-blind study, described by Harvey Grady in a report entitled Immunomodulation through Castor Oil Packs published in a recent issue of the Journal of Naturopathic Medicine, examined lymphocyte values of 36 healthy subjects before and after topical castor oil application.

This study identified castor oil as an anti-toxin, and as having impact on the lymphatic system, enhancing immunological function. The study found that castor oil pack therapy of a minimal two-hour duration produced an increase in the number of T-11 cells within a 24-hour period following treatment, with a concomitant increase in the number of total lymphocytes.

This T-11 cell increase represents a general boost in the body's specific defense status, since lymphocytes actively defend the health of the body by forming antibodies against pathogens and their toxins. T-cells identify and kill viruses, fungi, bacteria, and cancer cells.

http://www.annieappleseedproject.org/castoroiluses.html
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I am glad to see who (and where) my Warrior relatives are.

Were all of you on the BTD first?

I'm fascinated by the healing powers of Castor oil.  I think I'm going to buy the book and
experiment.


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Very happy old Warrior.  I have actually become fond of the 100% dark chocolate.  I never thought that I would eat chocolate without a sweetner.
Maybe this is what is diminishing my appetite.  I divide a square and eat half mid-morn and other half mid-pm.
namaste
ruthie


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Quoted from Chloe
I am curious about the Warriors.  Did everyone leave and go to the Genotype board?  Or
are there issues with the diet or typing that nobody wants to discuss.


They had to go out and fight.     Go WARRIORS!!

(Had to give a little tease!   )
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Very happy old Warrior.  I have actually become fond of the 100% dark chocolate.  I never thought that I would eat chocolate without a sweetner.
Maybe this is what is diminishing my appetite.  I divide a square and eat half mid-morn and other half mid-pm.
namaste
ruthie


Interesting you should be writing about chocolate because I just read an article on Dr. Mercola's site about chocolate and I was about to share it here. We are a genotype group
that is asked to eat chocolate as a beneficial food, but read this:


"Regular consumption of chocolate could weaken bone density and strength, which could in turn increase the risk of osteoporosis.

According to a new study, women who eat chocolate daily have an overall bone density 3.1 percent lower than those who consume it less than once a week. More than 1,000 women aged 70-85 were asked to keep a diary of how often they consumed chocolate or cocoa-based drinks.

The researchers did not distinguish between types of chocolate consumed.

Even though chocolate contains flavonols and calcium, both of which are linked to a positive effect on bone density, it also contains oxalate, an inhibitor of calcium absorption, and sugar, which is linked to calcium excretion.

This study comes less than a month after British medical journal the Lancet warned consumers that manufacturers usually remove the healthy element -- the flavonols."



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Thanks for the update Chloe...and just when I was beginning to adjust to chocolate without sugar. Wonder what DrD thinks.
namaste
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I'm here and I love it! My biggest problem is no meat, (my choice as well, no animal) no bread (commercial) no potatoes.What's gonna fill me up?...Aani


Listen, this is what I think: I think we can't go around measuring our goodness by what we don't do, by what we deny ourselves, what we resist, and who we exclude. I think we've got to measure goodness by what we embrace, what we create, and who we include. Pere Henri (Chocolat)
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Beet greens.  


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Quoted from +Aan
I'm here and I love it! My biggest problem is no meat, (my choice as well, no animal) no bread (commercial) no potatoes.What's gonna fill me up?...Aani


I'm still here too   but like Aani I'm having a hard time about what to eat. It was so easy to have chicken with everything on BTD now I find I'm having too much fish. I like fish and it does fill me up but we can only have it 3-5 times week (I think) and I was having it for breakfast, lunch and dinner almost every day expect weekends! Now what do I eat? I'm afraid to have too much grains and carbs because I need to lose weight. As much as I like beans, how many times a day can I really have beans!   I'm still adjusting.

Laura


Warrior: Once you're faced with a challenge, you'll keep ramming a wall until you break through especially if that challenge is mental. Use your nimble mind and tenacity to conquer life and stick with your GenoType Diet. You're bound to succeed.
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Me, too! I'm still here (I was out of town and off the Internet for several days)! I love the GTD, and it is working quite nicely for me. I'm still losing, and my eliminations have been very regular.

I try to frequent both boards but this board will always be my "home".


It is not my responsibility to convince anyone of anything.
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Now I don't feel so all alone. I am also way too big. I don't need a lot of carbs either. However I am eating more vegetables which is a good thing. How are beet greens going to feel me up? Or were you just being facetous?


Listen, this is what I think: I think we can't go around measuring our goodness by what we don't do, by what we deny ourselves, what we resist, and who we exclude. I think we've got to measure goodness by what we embrace, what we create, and who we include. Pere Henri (Chocolat)
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And Ruthie, you are something else. After all 79 years and 6 years on the BTD? If you don't have a testimonial you should. I'm gonna go right now and check...Aani


Listen, this is what I think: I think we can't go around measuring our goodness by what we don't do, by what we deny ourselves, what we resist, and who we exclude. I think we've got to measure goodness by what we embrace, what we create, and who we include. Pere Henri (Chocolat)
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Me, too! I'm still here (I was out of town and off the Internet for several days)! I love the GTD, and it is working quite nicely for me. I'm still losing, and my eliminations have been very regular.

I try to frequent both boards but this board will always be my "home".


I do notice one great big difference with the Warrior diet. My eliminations have profoundly
improved.  As much as I feel the protein choices are slim on this diet, by eating way more
nuts than I've ever eaten in my life and upping my fruit, I am taking in way more fiber.  When
you consider that poultry is missing from our choices, on the BTD, I might have eaten a
protein lunch with some veggies and a salad.  By having to substitute more plant protein for
animal protein, I've started eating more beans, more grains and less animal
food.  I've read that eliminating after ever meal is normal and healthy.  Well, I can't believe
how my body is reacting to this diet.  A much faster transit time.  Food stays in my digestive
system a lot shorter than it used to and suddenly, my entire digestive system is functioning
better.  It's now been four weeks on the Warrior diet.  Weeks one and two caused great
digestive upheaval.  But, at the end of week 4, I think my body is starting to accept all this
fiber and it's telling me it's helping me to clear out a lot of toxic waste.  A week ago, I was
ready to quit and only do the BTD.  But once I got to week #4, it's becoming a smoother
and more comfortable journey.



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Quoted from Chloe


But, at the end of week 4, I think my body is starting to accept all this
fiber and it's telling me it's helping me to clear out a lot of toxic waste.  A week ago, I was
ready to quit and only do the BTD.  But once I got to week #4, it's becoming a smoother
and more comfortable journey.

Good news Warriors --Dr D. has said in a thread on the Genotype site that there should be a black dot against mozzarella. Woo--hoo---------------





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Thank you for that encouragement.  I'd been toying with the idea of giving up the GTD also, but if it'll get better, I'll stick with it.

My husband said that y'all should start a thread on the GTD corrections that are posted on the Genotype site for those of us who won't/can't pay for it.  Would one of you consider doing that?


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I'm here and I love it! My biggest problem is no meat, (my choice as well, no animal) no bread (commercial) no potatoes.What's gonna fill me up?...Aani


The carbohydrates are a filler...  You can use some of the flours to make quick breads or cook some of the grains for a cereal.  There are also vegetable proteins which are a combination of protein, fat and carbohydrates...

Fruits also can be filling.


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protein combos to consider
Legumes + seeds
Legumes + nuts
Legumes + dairy
Grains + legumes
Grains + dairy


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I'm still here too   but like Aani I'm having a hard time about what to eat. It was so easy to have chicken with everything on BTD now I find I'm having too much fish. I like fish and it does fill me up but we can only have it 3-5 times week (I think) and I was having it for breakfast, lunch and dinner almost every day expect weekends! Now what do I eat? I'm afraid to have too much grains and carbs because I need to lose weight. As much as I like beans, how many times a day can I really have beans!   I'm still adjusting.

Laura


Do you tolerate dairy?   Eggs?  I have even less choices because I don't tolerate eggs or dairy
or gluten grains, but I'm finding that a lot of veggies, soups (miso based) and more fruits
and nuts goes a long way.  I bought small cans of wild salmon online so that's a safe fish to
have thrown on a big salad. I've made muffins using a mix of quinoa and amaranth flours plus some almond flour.

I've pureed cooked dried apricots to use as a spread on a muffin.   I've smooshed peanut
butter into a cored out apple.  I've made baked apples and added dried cranberries,and I've made my own applesauce in the food processor to be able to use
cinnamon and sweetened both with apple juice.  I've made pesto using pine nuts. I've made a white bean hummus and used rice crackers to spread it on. I've stuffed artichokes with a rice
mixture.  I know this isn't animal protein..but I'm trying to use as many of these new food choices more often.

For breakfast, I often just have a protein smoothie using rice protein powder, some acai
berry concentrate, frozen fruits.  But we could just as well use whey protein powder.

There is this vegetable protein food called QUORN which is on our list and I think I've seen quorn burgers in the health food store, so there's another possibility.  

I've seen lentil loafs as meat loaf substitutes in vegetarian cookbooks before.

Getting mozzarella cheese back would help to produce a pizza or quiche.  But I see no reason
why a seasoned farmer cheese wouldn't work just as well.

Any nut can be ground into flour. Using melted chocolate, beaten eggs (whites and yolks
separately), there is a way to make chocolate almond torte for a dessert.  Many websites
online have vegetarian and even vegan recipes.




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All about Quorn

http://www.quorn.us
     

Protein Comparison     
In just 5 short years more than 50 million servings of Quorn products have been enjoyed in America, but many people still dont fully understand what its all about. Are Quorn products made of soy? Or maybe textured vegetable protein (TVP)? Actually, Quorn foods are totally unique in so many ways, and there are some very surprising facts about the Quorn line that you may be interested to know!

All Quorn products contain mycoprotein. Mycoprotein (myco is Greek for fungi) is a nutritious member of the fungi family, as are mushrooms, truffles, and morels. The fungus used in all Quorn products is Fusarium Venenatum. There are lots of great things about mycoprotein which very few people know, so here are just a few:

- Mycoprotein is a fungus which contains high-quality protein, enabling us to offer an alternative, purely vegetarian source of protein to meat. It is high quality because it has all 9 essential amino acids.

- Mycoprotein is naturally low in fat.

- Mycoprotein also contains very few calories, so we can bring you foods which deliver on taste but which dont max out on the calorie content.

- Mycoprotein also contains essential dietary fiber, which as we all know, helps to maintain a healthy digestive system.

- Mycoprotein contains zero cholesterol.

- Mycoprotein is completely meat-free and soy-free.

The mycoprotein organism that is used in all Quorn products does grow naturally, but we simply grow it under controlled conditions so that we can bring you a large variety of high-quality Quorn products.

Only Quorn products contain this special vegetarian protein ingredient, and our expert chefs have many years of experience in using mycoprotein as an ingredient and turning it into our deliciously tasty and convenient line of ingredient products, grillable items and classic chicken-style products that weve become famous for.

Quorn is simply the brand name we use to highlight those products that contain our special ingredient. Look for the Quorn logo in the freezer sections of natural food stores and the natural section of supermarkets nationwide and make a positive choice for you and your family!


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How are beet greens going to feel me up?


those will take care of the 'feel good' part, besides filling you up as well!!


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