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Andrea AWsec
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My Teacher daughter does not like eating animal flesh. I like her to hav one piece of turkey a week just for the protien but if you saw her pick it apart to eat it you would think she was doing a science experiment. It is painful to watch.

So I fiqure she could be a vegetarian.. like her Warrior mother.
What ya think?





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Andrea, Isn't Heidi a lifelong vegetarian and a Teacher as well? She'd be the one to ask.

I was just thinking this weekend, hating fish as usual that maybe I can be just an ovo lacto vegetarian...
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I don't need nearly as much protein as most people seem to think I need.  I wanted to be vegetarian during my last pregnancy because when I'm pregnant all meat except cold-cut turkey makes me very sick.  My midwife wouldn't hear of it.....Maybe by next time I'll be able to convince her I really just don't need it.


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I think it would be very easy and healthy to be a vegetarian teacher, if one chose to be.  I have many days where I don't eat turkey or fish.  I happen to like them in my diet occasionally, but if I chose not to eat them I would have no worries about it.  My protein needs are quite low also...I think it is like that for many As.


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Interesting what just a little bit of bloodtype B can do to change a GT3...I could not try this idea.

I was a vegetarian at one point for about a year. My hair looked great and I felt fine...but I could not retain or build any muscle no matter what I did. My weight was stable. No, my diet wasn't "A" by mistake or GT3, this was before I had ever heard about BTD or GTD, but it was very similar to what you'd get if you made the GT3 lists vegetarian.
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hunters don't have to eat meat right?


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Quoted from Eric
hunters don't have to eat meat right?






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