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italybound
Thursday, April 17, 2008, 2:32am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Quoted from Caz B
... I read LR4YT about 3mths ago for the 1st time.  I have just started reading it again but in a whole new light thanks to what I have been learning here over the past mth or so.  


yes, me too. after being on these forums and learning so much, then you go back and read and it's like "wow, I get it now". same w/ the article from Dr Lam re: adrenals. lots of reading and learning to keep our brains active.  



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BohemianChris
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I've noticed a lot of people saying they are following a hybrid of Blood Type and Genotype. I guess its natural to follow the diet that has made you well, then transition to the diet that will preserve your DNA for longevity. Personally my hybrid is following Explorer minus the worst type B lectins (corn, chicken, lentils...). I've found a neat feature on the TypeBase4. When you click on the Known Lectin link, you will receive a reference to an article that discusses that particular protein. Its a great way to back up the diets with specific scientific work and takes Dr. D's food decisions beyond Good and Bad.


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BohemianChris
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After reviewing Live Right 4 Your Type, it would make sense to follow Genotype diet while avoiding the Tier I avoids for Blood Type. On the + side, there are Tier I Beneficials that are also Genotype Superfoods. I'll have to DOUBLE emphasize those


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Mayflowers
Sunday, May 4, 2008, 12:01am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I'm follwowing a hybrid of BTD/GTD prescribed by Dr. D. for me.  
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BohemianChris
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Can you provide some more details Mayflowers?


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Lola
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she went to see Dr D and had her gt swami done, Chris.

think you ll enjoy this very much .....
http://www.4yourtype.com/which.asp

it helps you through the combining stage.....


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I'm always slow at complicated things, so am happily ditching the BTD and going totally with the GTD rather than  trying to combine them. (But I might have tried it if I had a particular health issue.) Someone told me yesterday that as something that is on the A diet does not agree with her she is not attracted to the BTD. I was quick to point out that it is not that clear cut, and that individual differences will always occur and that it is up to us to find them out.



Eating half and exercising double.
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Thanks Lola,  that link sure settles my mind about flip-flopping between the two diets.  
Now, what do I do about that darn chicken?  Neutral for explorer, avoid for B......and ever since I told hubby that I could eat chicken again (because of the Explorer diet) he'll never let me go back to avoiding it again   

***(I already know the answer.....I was just frustrated for a moment )


OUCH!!   My dogma was just run over by my karma!
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