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Lola
Saturday, August 7, 2010, 4:56pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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how about a swami for your hub?
that will give him all his possible choices


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Hmm, it will be interesting. I'm sure swami will be great for you. It takes your diabetes into account. I'm really thrilled with my swami! And enjoying my added foods. Sad to see coffee go, but it seems to have a negative impact on my eczema, so it was one of those friends which are not really friends.

I'm excited for the day I get to that point in my journey although BTD/diabetes protocol is working wonders for me.  AS for giving anything up I, fortunately, don't struggle with holding on to things that aren't good for me.  I like you're "friend that is really a bad friend" approach.  I'm also really open to trying new things once I wrap my head around the benefits.  
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Dawn,
Elk seems to be unrated for GTD, as I don't see it in the lists...  As such, most people would rate it Neutral for all.  I would treat it more like the other red meats for the Genotype in question, however.  In the case of Warrior, this means very little red meat or poultry.  

Dr. D. specifically stated that some of the byproducts of red meat digestion cause an increased chance of several cancer types in the Warrior Genotype.  As such, your hubby may not have immediate reactions, but the byproducts build up in tissue and aid cancer growth later.


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I pulled a muscle in my right bicep area; it's been on and off sore for over two months, but building the fence and having a lot of dogs that need a lot of brushing has taken it's toll on me. Would this be a good choice do you think?


Yes, try it..I get the 4 mg. try 1 or 2 caps to start and see. I also recommend.. MSM lotion with arnica in it. NOW makes that also.  I swear that stuff is magic...
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I have just finished the book "Change Your Genitic Destiny".  I have some question that maybe your other Warriors will already know.  Where have you found Whey protein powder yogurt? I have googled it and can't seem to find what Dr. D' is talking about.  
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Where have you found Whey protein powder yogurt?

This is an error in the book, it should be 2 entries, Whey protein powder and Yogurt.


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Yes, try it..I get the 4 mg. try 1 or 2 caps to start and see. I also recommend.. MSM lotion with arnica in it. NOW makes that also.  I swear that stuff is magic...


I found the Now Brand Astaxanthin but it contains gelatin (which I don't do). I'm still searching for gelatin-free astaxanthin, but from everything I've read about it, it's the new wonder food.



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I found the Now Brand Astaxanthin but it contains gelatin (which I don't do). I'm still searching for gelatin-free astaxanthin, but from everything I've read about it, it's the new wonder food.



Too bad. I said it before, I'm not a purist. I'll take it if there's only a small amount of gelatin. I don't eat Jello..or and kind of gelatin desserts so I'm good.  I actually hate Jello. Avoided the Jello salad rings like the plague.    Order it from NAP. You have to call them. It's about $25 for 30.  I have to go for the less expensive brand on my budget.
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I'm taking a page from your book, Mayflowers. My friend picked me up a bottle of Solaray Astaxanthin, and I'm going to give it a try for 30 days. I really want to start the supp and when I've decided whether I want to continue, then I'll get the vegan variety. A little gelatin isn't going to kill me, I suppose.


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Hi Everyone

I am enjoying and being enlightened by all your posts.  New since July, I am having some trouble adjusting to the switch to more soy products (I loveunsweetened soymilk!).  Have noticed intestinal discomfort and hope this will subside as I continue.
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Hi Everyone

I am enjoying and being enlightened by all your posts.  New since July, I am having some trouble adjusting to the switch to more soy products (I loveunsweetened soymilk!).  Have noticed intestinal discomfort and hope this will subside as I continue.


Hi Mnmom!    I think your discomfort will subside..When years ago, when I first went vegetarian, beans really bothered me and as I kept eating them I got used them and the discomfort went away. I suggest trying Beano with it.  I myself like the liquid beano better than the pills. The pills made me queasy.
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I'm taking a page from your book, Mayflowers. My friend picked me up a bottle of Solaray Astaxanthin, and I'm going to give it a try for 30 days. I really want to start the supp and when I've decided whether I want to continue, then I'll get the vegan variety. A little gelatin isn't going to kill me, I suppose.


Great! That way you'll see if it works or not and then you can get it without the gelatin.  
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How long would you say the Astaxanthin took before you noticed a difference?


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try making your own soy milk, with no gums or additives etc, known to be inflammatory


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How long would you say the Astaxanthin took before you noticed a difference?


I'd say within the first week I noticed the pain was better..aches were gone and I knew I only added astaxanthin. I searched it on the web and other people were using it as well for pain..
check out the reviews... Only one person gave it one star.
http://www.iherb.com/Now-Foods-Astaxanthin-4-mg-60-Softgels/414?at=0  

The very first review was for shoulder pain.
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As O's don't have Dairy products, what can we take to strengthen our bones? We must be short of Calcuim? Or do we need to take supplements ?


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Lean Beef, Rich Oiled Cold Water Fish (Halibut and Cod), Olive Oil, Walnuts, Seaweed, Spinach, Collards and Kale, Garlic, Berries esp Bluebury and Elderberries, Ginger, Plums, Linseed oil, Green Tea.
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As O's don't have Dairy products, what can we take to strengthen our bones? We must be short of Calcuim? Or do we need to take supplements ?

Don't allow yourself to be misguided by the standard dietary mish-mosh being spewed around by one-size-fits-all recommendations.  If you eat your green leafy vegetables and eat your meat / bone broth, you should get plenty of calcium / magnesium to have healthy bones.



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Do many Warriors have problems with coffee? It is an avoid for me, but I think it is good for many of you? When I went off coffee for the first two days, my eczema largely cleared up with just some flaky skin left over. Of course I had to put that to the test a couple of times, enough to convince me that I need to stay off it.

Then, at my daughter's, she brought on Pero, which, it turns out, is made up of three diamonds for me, malted barley, barley and chicory. Yummy, with a wonderful creme on top. I added <> soy milk and it became perfect. But it threw my hands back out of whack somewhat. I ignored that for a while, actually forgetting that it was so much better before. Then for a couple of days just now I didn't have time for Pero. Voila', my hands are better again. This makes me wonder: do I have a problem with roastedness? Is that it?

Anyone else have a problem with roastedness?


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Do many Warriors have problems with coffee?

I can't stand the taste of coffee, never have been able to.  Even though the book says Superfood, it doesn't work for me...


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That sure shows our individuality. My hubby would never get through the day without coffee, simply for the flavor. And he is an O; it is an avoid.


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I love coffee.  I feel good when I have it.  


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I enjoy my daily coffee. I don't need it for the caffeine (usually); just love the taste. It's a diamond for me.


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My husband measures warrior in GTD.  We haven't gotten his secretor status, A1 A2 or MN status yet.  He is willing to try tofu.  He tried it years ago and didn't like it at all.  I was wondering what type of tofu you all would recommend trying for someone who is turned off to it and a way to cook it.
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