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jayneeo
Monday, June 9, 2008, 5:03pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Kyosha Nim
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Yes, Lola's right, the O can be more acidic than the other types, but still, the way to keep balance without removing meat is to really go heavy on the veg.
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Amazone I.
Monday, June 9, 2008, 6:00pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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whats' about getting tested...I do have B-clients similar to O'clients where  wheat is the factor   and I do have nonnie's where merely sugars & carbs are the  -factor for diseases...ahemmmm yeppers
go...go...gooo for any kind of tests which is ok for your accordance!


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As soon as MelissaJ Gets back with me on the cost of the SWAMI consultation. She confirmed I am a gatherer. I wanted to be ahunter so badly. I'll gladdly pay her. I need to be individualized further than I have with the BTD O sec and and GTD gatherer.

The tomatoes and nightshades do not agree with me and the black dots are poison. I have not been as good about following to a T the GTD, budgetary constraints, More BTD or GTD day for meals. I still have issues with low blood sugar, menopausal, PMS issues and achy joints. Lots of hereditary issues. I am Half Finnish and half Scot-irish. I am using up the last of my BTD supps and will order GTD when I have. I hav had some cross-contamination issues as of late too. I will be having them this weekend while my husband and I travel for a Pre MOB Marriage enrichment Workshop. Anyway I sympathize with you all.


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Lola
Tuesday, June 10, 2008, 4:54am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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come August 08 it can be done online

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SheriBerry
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Sighs... just when I got used to  eating beef ( O superfood)   it became neutral on the G2 diet...  bah humbug...
so now I'm going to have to learn to love turkey and lamb....

didn't someone once have a tip for taking the "gaminess "  taste out of the ground lamb? soaking it in something?  
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jayneeo
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ground lamb doesn't cut it for me...but I have come to loooove lamb. Costco has great chops, I like them marinated for a couple hours first, in wine or a very rich balsamic vinegar and olive oil, then grilled.
must trim fat...fat has the gamy taste.
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Lola
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baking soda was advised, I believe....


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