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shazamda
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I have re-evaluated my measurements and I am pretty sure I am a warrior.  The leg measurements were the problem.  

Looking at the warrior food choices I noticed in the Dairy beneficial column "Whey protein powder yogurt"  Is that a typo, should Yogurt be a separate item on the next line?  I've never heard of such a thing as Whey protein powder yogurt.  It would be nice if we could have yogurt.    
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Yes it's a typo. Two separate items.   I have the same problem, leg -torso measurement that I need Dr. D to handle. (hip replacement)
Funny thing was I was trying the Teacher diet last week and I felt better than this week, more on Warrior eating. Hmmmm
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I also just noticed the Frequency under Dairy says
"Frequency: Cheeses: 4 times weekly"
But it doesn't say if that includes milk, ghee or butter.  
Am I over analyzing?  

Because of my tendency to over analyze and my OCD I thought I should be a teacher, but it didn't turn out that way.  No worries.  
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The more I look at some of these frequencies, the more I wonder what they mean too. Basically, right now I'm just eating, more or less, whatever I want from the diamond/super lists and keeping a close observation of how I feel from one day to the next. I am not over-indulging in any one food. For instance, I would not sit down and have a tablespoon of ghee or two tablespoons of nut butter at once (gag!). No way!

I still wonder if one-half cup of seeds means cooked or uncooked. If it means cooked that is not enough protein for me at a single meal. I have started eating a whole cup and feel much better. But I'm still evaluating.....
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It took me 5 years to get the blood type diet down somehwat, and now I'm trying to incorporate the Genotype diet..AAHHHHH! It's too much information!
I'm not following the servings right now either because I gave up grains for now and lowered my carbs to lose this stubborn weight.

As far as the OCD, do you eat wheat?  I have noticed cognitive difficulties from eating wheat, not to mention anxiety, indecisiveness, depression, etc.  I was tested gluten intolerant. So as long as I stay off wheat, I'm good.

Did you notice that most of the mushrooms are gone?  I never did like mushrooms anyway.  
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As far as the OCD, do you eat wheat?  I have noticed cognitive difficulties from eating wheat, not to mention anxiety, indecisiveness, depression, etc.  I was tested gluten intolerant. So as long as I stay off wheat, I'm good.

Did you notice that most of the mushrooms are gone?  I never did like mushrooms anyway.  

I eat wheat very rarely, mostly because I am constantly weight conscious.  I lost a lot of weight in 2006-2007 and I really donít want to gain it back.  I have been OCD since an emotional physical crunch many years ago.  Iím still working on it.  Iím going to try a little wheat and see what happens.

Yes I noticed the typical mushrooms are gone.  The thing that really surprised me is the loss of Atlantic salmon, I can understand getting rid of the farm raised but Iím going to miss the wild salmon.  There are plenty more of other good fish but I was really fond of the salmon, itís the most available when eating out and I loved it on sushi.  Now without white rice I canít do the sushi anyway.  

At first glance it looks like there are a lot more common foods available as a Warrior than when I was doing Explorer.  Should be easier shopping.  


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Alaskan and sockeye are still good. I LOVE salmon!
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Did you know that there were studies showing that schizophrenia was more prevelent in countries that had a high consumption of wheat as opposed to countries where very little wheat was consumed?  
I hope eating wheat doesn't make your OCD worse. Be careful... But, hey, you may not be gluten intolerant like me  
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Alaskan and sockeye are still good. I LOVE salmon!
I wonder if canned salmon is ok?  

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I wonder if canned salmon is ok?  



Why wouldn't it be? Fresh is better, of course.
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Why wouldn't it be? Fresh is better, of course.

Seems like I remember Dr D. saying in the LR4YT book that when meats are canned or flash frozen it creates an undesirable byproduct.  Was it prolamines?  No, I don't remember but it was  something undesirable in the intestines in some people.  I looked in the book but didn't find it.   

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You have the right idea. Polyamines. The choice between not eating fish and choosing between canned or flash-frozen is won by canned in that regard. Polyamines can also be negated to an extent by using other foods that depress polyamine production, such as walnuts, cherries, plums and green tea, among others.
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Dr D. saying in the LR4YT book that when meats are canned or flash frozen it creates an undesirable byproduct.  Was it prolamines?

Live Right 4 Your Type BTD book on page 100
in the section about polyamines.
flash freezing is a greater producer of polyamines than home freezing


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I knew it.  I knew it.  Thank you!  I have long believed that schizophrenia is what some of the women in my family suffer from (nothing really serious, only very annoying). I've also long believed that it was diet related. I've been convinced for years that my OCD was something more, and I know that wheat makes all things much worse.  I don't hear voices when I'm off wheat.  I have been eating a tiny bit lately in some cereal flakes to see how I feel.  I'm okay so far, and happily my wheat-induced constipation hasn't returned.  


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