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Mayflowers
Wednesday, April 23, 2008, 2:55pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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But the truth is Lola, that it's not actually stated in the book "BEEF" , which infers that it's a neutral, So, I say again someone ask Dr. D on the GTD website and be done with it.  
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Quoted from Andrea AWsec
I did this a while ago with wheat and the white lines on my prints.
I asked in all sorts of ways so I could get permission to eat some bread.. something anything.


Dottie, I have eaten very little bread in the last twenty years, but for some reason on this diet I get this urge for "something, anything" that is like bread. Right now I am using amaranth pancakes made sort of by Ribbit's recipe that taste absolutely delicious to me! They are moist and sort of floppy so it is hard to toast them in a regular toaster, but they are still delicious just heated up! I must be the only person who hasn't made flax bread yet, but I intend to soon.
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Well, I have cocoa mixed in nut butter with some maple syrup and vanilla stirred in. Works for me!
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franklina
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Well, I have cocoa mixed in nut butter with some maple syrup and vanilla stirred in. Works for me!


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Lola
Wednesday, April 23, 2008, 3:18pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Warriors are allowed to have red meat "0-1 times weekly"

depends on what you consider red meat......
go for ostrich, its meat resembles beef has loads of nutrients and less fat.....but stay off beef.


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Mayflowers
Wednesday, April 23, 2008, 3:25pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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That is your opinion Lola... I think they'd like to hear it from Dr. D.  
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Quoted from Lola

depends on what you consider red meat......
go for ostrich, its meat resembles beef has loads of nutrients and less fat.....but stay off beef.
Ostrich is in the poultry category. But as a poultry neutral, it has possibilities...if I ever move to Australia.

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That is your opinion Lola... I think they'd like to hear it from Dr. D.


for those who want to hear it from Dr D.....

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Dr D
Red meat contains Toxins that wreak havoc in the body if they aren't filtered out; instead of removing them, Warriors convert these by-products into carcinogens, which can bind to DNA and end up causing stomach, colon, or breast cancer.


no MF it is not 'my opinion' as you can well see....


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it has possibilities...if I ever move to Australia.


it might be closer than you think!
just found out there s an ostrich farm close to the state I live in!!!
who would have known.......ask around, you might get lucky, too!!


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Mayflowers
Wednesday, April 23, 2008, 3:43pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Quoted from Lola


for those who want to hear it from Dr D.....



no MF it is not 'my opinion' as you can well see....


Lola, if it's not listed as an Avoid in the meats list for Warriors, then it's neutral. "Beef" is not listed in the Avoids list. I am a Warrior and I can have veal once a week.
capeesh?  
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Quoted from Lola
.......ask around, you might get lucky, too!!
I have no problem with getting lucky.

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franklina
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no MF it is not 'my opinion' as you can well see....
Dr. D is addressing red meats in general, the way I'm reading it. The question on this thread is about beef.

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Andrea AWsec
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There is overwhelming evidence from Peter's previous work as well as in the GT diet book that point to Beef (in all its forms) being a toxic food for Warriors or BT A's.


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Yikes.  My cortisol levels are quickly rising just reading this thread.  I think I'll wait for a thread called, "Answer to Warriors re: beef" and then just read it.


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Mayflowers
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I'm done. You all can figure it out for yourselves then.  
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I'm done. You all can figure it out for yourselves then.  
Thanks for your input, Mayflowers.

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Mayflowers
Wednesday, April 23, 2008, 5:48pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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don't mention it.  
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That is your opinion Lola... I think they'd like to hear it from Dr. D.  


I can't imagine what else Dr. D. needs to say about Warriors avoiding beef.
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I do believe every single hair has been split.
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MIFHI

"Do not try to satisfy your vanity by teaching a great many things. Awaken people's curiosity. It is enough to open minds; do not overload them." Anatole France

"Healthy people have the least overt symptoms from eating avoid foods." Dr. D'Adamo
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franklina
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Now I'm confused...I thought the typebase was for the BTD.
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Does anyone have access to the Genotype Website?

I would think the question regarding beef could be answered directly by Dr. D.  He doesn't answer Genotype diet questions here. Something to do with his contract with his book publisher.

So, can anyone get to the GTD site and ask for us?


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Ask him about beef tongue while you're at it!
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he already answered the beef question read the quote I gave....

precisely a warrior asking if he could have a piece of steak for his BD!!!
Dr D advised him to get salmon instead!!!
he did not say, ''yeah, why not, your BD is once a year right??
pop some deflect!''
no, his answer was that quoted above!


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Quoted from 2732
Whew!
But as Lloyd pointed out, Warriors are allowed to have red meat "0-1 times weekly"...that leaves a little wiggle room for individual differences.


the only 'red' meat that I believe is available to me where I live is turkey thigh. There is no way in a million years that I would interprete that as being beef; it is so obvious that is why it was not mentioned in the Avoid list.It would be nice to have everything spelled out really carefully, but we also need to operate using common sense.I have been guilty of getting obsessed with the fine print on several issues in the past, (is this a genotype/blood type thing?) but am trying to let go a bit now.




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