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christaalyssaA+
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WOWZERS! I FEEL SO GOOOOOOOD! I found blackberry juice today and after my shopping I was exhausted and cranky. I am drinking blackberry juice right now and feel FANTASTIC!!!

Question: What does "blocks polyamine synthesis or lowers indican levels" means? Cause that's what blackberries and blackberry juice does for us that it's highly beneficial for.


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Question: What does "blocks polyamine synthesis or lowers indican levels" means? Cause that's what blackberries and blackberry juice does for us that it's highly beneficial for.

Here is a good article on polyamines:
http://www.drpeterjdadamo.com/wiki/wiki.pl/Polyamines

Indican:  http://www.drpeterjdadamo.com/wiki/wiki.pl/Indican


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Mayflowers, I just looked at my Swami and it says only 3 fish servings/week. I don't eat any other fish except the occasional wild salmon when it's in season. I'm going to start to pay more attention to the serving suggestions. I'm a very hungry Warrior so servings and portion conrol are hard for me.


Hmm. I guess a Warrior is a Warrior is a Warrior.. I would have thought you got a little more meat than me because of the B-ness.  Do you get lamb?  I can have veal once a week if I want. I can also have duck, cornish hen, (black dots) emu, caribou, kangaroo...
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My only meats are lamb, mutton, and rabbit and they're all neutral. The serving is 1/week. My superfood poultry is turkey 1/week. I think the B in me gives me a lot of beneficial dairy- 5 servings weekly and my superfoods are:

cottage cheese
farmer cheese
ghee
kefir
paneer
Quark
Whey
Yogurt

Neutrals:
Feta Cheese
Manchego
Milk, Goat
Mozzarella
Ricotta cheese
sour cream


Mayflowers, is my dairy list similar to your dairy list?
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My only meats are lamb, mutton, and rabbit and they're all neutral. The serving is 1/week. My superfood poultry is turkey 1/week. I think the B in me gives me a lot of beneficial dairy-


If you have a superfood, it's gotta be more than once a week. Diamonds should be eaten daily.
You have more meat and more cheese than I do.  I have paneer, cottage and farmer.  that's it. All the other cheeses are black dots.
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Sharon
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I'll look at my diamonds more, I didn't know they should be eaten everyday. I'll try to have a week with just diamonds as an experiment. My diamond fruits are:

apple
apricots
blackberries
cranberries
elderberries
figs
goji, wolfberry
gooseberry
grapefruit
grapes
lemn
lime
noni
peach
plums
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Sharon my mom is also an AB and she seems to do well on no meat at all. Just like an A almost. She also finds that she has mucus issues with dairy. It's all very interesting to see how we all are so very different but than again so very human too.


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Awesome! Thanks! So really drinking blackberry juice is going to speed up my metabolism... YAY! and just do overall really healthy stuff for me! AWESOME! Well I do feel fantastic this morning. At 15 dollars a bottle I'm not too stressed by the cost of it. Could be worse. At least I finally found a good source.


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christaalyssaA+, My mom is a B Nomad. Do you know what your AB mom's genotype is or what your mom's mom (your grandmother) blood type is? My beneficial dairy works well for me and doesn't give me mucus but red meat slows my digestion. I do eat lamb occasionally 1/week. Maybe the fact that I spent 9 months in the womb with a dairy tolerant B gives me an increased tolerance for dairy than an AB who had an A mother? I'm trying to learn more info about relationships between mother and child's blood type. Shelly, another AB, on this forum has an A mom and can't tolerate dairy very well. Maybe I'll make a poll.
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Well that makes sense for you with your dairy than. My mom is a Warrior like me and my grandmother is either an A or an AB. My grandmothers father was an AB and her mother was an A.


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Quoted from Sharon
I'll look at my diamonds more, I didn't know they should be eaten everyday. I'll try to have a week with just diamonds as an experiment. My diamond fruits are:


Yes ma'am... you should eat them daily. And if you want the best health, you should only eat diamonds and benficials and no neutrals.   (I'm still working on that..but I have a plan.. )
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Quoted from christaalyssaA+
Well that makes sense for you with your dairy than. My mom is a Warrior like me and my grandmother is either an A or an AB. My grandmothers father was an AB and her mother was an A.


I'm still trying to figure out if my mom was a Warrior also..or an Explorer. She was right handed..but she loved red meat. I mean "chewing on the bones" loved red meat. She was A+ like me but only 5'1"
She had a weight problem when she got out of her twenties. She was heavy..which of course led her to get interested in health and nutrition.  I don't think she was a Teacher because she had weight issues and Teachers usually don't (right?)  But she had a quick, short temper... Maybe she was a Warrior...
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Quoted from christaalyssaA+
Sharon my mom is also an AB and she seems to do well on no meat at all. Just like an A almost. She also finds that she has mucus issues with dairy. It's all very interesting to see how we all are so very different but than again so very human too.


Probably a Warrior



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Yep, most likely a Warrior.


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Quoted from Andrea AWsec

Probably a Warrior


Andrea, do you partake of dairy or do you choose to avoid it?  I was allergic to dairy and then out grew it..
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Bought some tasty Finn Crisp crackers...Whole grain rye, water, yeast and salt.  Good with pb.  
Only 40 cals and has 3 grams fiber!
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If you have a superfood, it's gotta be more than once a week. Diamonds should be eaten daily.

I don't know that I agree with this statement!  If I understand the comment correctly, this response is to a statement that turkey (a superfood) was being eaten 1 time per week.  The question comes in then - does this statement mean that turkey should be eaten everyday? or that superfoods in general should be eaten everyday?

As a Warrior, the emphasis should be on vegetable proteins, therefore, the meat frequency is very light...  It is my understanding that while turkey is a superfood for Sharon, she should still only eat it one portion per week and the rest of her protein needs should be from other sources (fish, eggs, nuts, and beans)...

I do agree that in general, diamonds and superfoods should be emphasized in the diet, but I think the frequencies apply to them as well.

Am I not understanding this correctly?


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I don't think she was a Teacher because she had weight issues and Teachers usually don't (right?)

Toxic Teachers can have weight problems...


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I don't know that I agree with this statement!  If I understand the comment correctly, this response is to a statement that turkey (a superfood) was being eaten 1 time per week.  The question comes in then - does this statement mean that turkey should be eaten everyday? or that superfoods in general should be eaten everyday?


Hi Joe,
I probably should have stated that the frequency portions should be followed on your own individual SWAMI but the Diamond foods, "Are exempt from the portion and frequency guide" They are great metabolic activators. "If you are not interested in rapid weight loss, you can eat as much as desired of these foods"    So if turkey has a diamond next to it, then unless you're trying to lose weight, you can eat as much of it as you desire.

I get what your saying about as a Warrior we should concentrate on vegetables..but the diet is synergistic. All of the beneficial foods  listed are beneficial for you. Turkey for me is a neutral. I have 0-2 servings a week. But Dr. D finds fish is beneificial for us so really all vegetables and fruits isn't totally healthy for a Warrior. If it were, he'd have us vegans.
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How are the Warriors doing today?  Any tips...tricks?  What do you usually eat in a day?  
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After two nights out late (Thursday and Friday) last week, and busy Saturday and Sunday, I finally got an early night last night to catch up on some sleep.  I don't feel like quite the zombie I did at times...  In spite of eating out three times over 4 days, I was able to eat mostly compliant, so the rest was most of the requirement to feel better.  I'll still need to get a couple more early nights to completely recharge, but I am happy with the rebound so far.

At a luncheon banquet yesterday, Beef and Chicken fajitas were served, with sides of refried beans and rice and condiment were tomato salsa, guacamole, sour cream, etc...  I waited until last to get my plate so I could pick some onions out of the beef, get refried beans and rice and top it with sour cream.  Couldn't pick onions out of the chicken due to the lectins...  It was a reasonably compliant meal in spite of how it sounded going in...  

I had tuna salad - made with yogurt, garlic, and Italian seasoning on two rice cakes with a large portion of peas for dinner.


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As I've mentioned before, I haven't eaten meat since I watched the movie Food, Inc. And I've not missed it! I thought I might, because I used to eat a fair amount of turkey (even though it was neutral). I'm doing great on beans and compliant cheeses, and seeds and nuts for my protein. I try to eat as many greens as I can; I seem to crave them, especially in the warmer months. So on that note, for lunch I'm eating a large salad of arugula, broccoli stems with a few carrots for color, great northern beans, feta cheese, evoo, and ume boshi vinegar. So good.


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Hi all!  I have been on BTD for about a month and have lost  10 pounds or so.  I recently bought the Genotype diet book to see what the difference was.  If I did it correctly I am a warrior.  My blood type is A+.  Anyway I noticed that there were some additions to foods like tomatoes that a warrior can have but shouldn't be had on BTD.  This made me pretty happy even if they are limited because I have missed my tomatoes!  

I have been looking through a couple of cook books that I have and found a couple of recipes that have beneficial items in them but call for buttermilk.  I am wondering if any of you know of a substitute for buttermilk.  The one recipe that I am looking at specifically already has tofu, lemon juice, salt, dry mustard, cayenne and olive oil but calls for 1/4 c. buttermilk and the recipe is for light mayo.  Any suggestions on a substitute would be greatly appreciated.

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try any of the yogurt, paneer, ricotta or other possible substitutes, available in your list in the gtd book

here are more recipe ideas

http://www.genotypediet.com/GTD_recipes.shtml


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