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Joyce
Tuesday, May 29, 2012, 5:24pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Do you eat any wheat, Mayflowers?
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Mayflowers
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Do you eat any wheat, Mayflowers?


It's a constant struggle. I can't lose weight when I eat wheat. I get off it and then I fall off the wheat wagon..and start eating it again. I believe Dr. D said a long time ago that wheat tends to make A's gain weight. It didn't bother me when I was younger but now it's having that affect on me... I'd rather give up dairy than wheat.  
Right now I started to go gluten free during the week and I eat wheat on weekends...
That seems to be working..plus the exercise helps.  Ideally, I'd like to stay off it.
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It's a constant struggle. I can't lose weight when I eat wheat. I get off it and then I fall off the wheat wagon..and start eating it again. I believe Dr. D said a long time ago that wheat tends to make A's gain weight. It didn't bother me when I was younger but now it's having that affect on me... I'd rather give up dairy than wheat.  
Right now I started to go gluten free during the week and I eat wheat on weekends...
That seems to be working..plus the exercise helps.  Ideally, I'd like to stay off it.


I've thought/recognised in the past that we seem to have similar issues!

I started eating wheat again when OH and I got back together after a year apart and even after 40+ years I still wonder if we should be together at all  

Now I'm fat again and need to lose 14 - 20 pounds...mostly off my belly.

I don't eat bread which helps, but am tempted by biscuits, pancakes etc which I didn't buy when on my own.  OH has bread at least 3x a day  
Perhaps I ought to get my act together and make some non-wheat pancakes to satisfy my desires  

I'm also eating some cottage [paneer type] cheese which is on my GT list, but not my SWAMI - whisked up with flaxoil it makes a nice cream subs and seems to be anti-inflammatory for me as per Dr Budwig's protocol.  I don't like liquid milk and real cream so that's not missed.

I do like fish and a piece of chicken or turkey occasionally - red meat not really missed though.
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Joe how would you feel if you had to be bored all the time practicing stress reducing, eating very little, and watching people around you having fun eating more and engaging in exercise that has become cultural, fun?

I know healing quite often is a "pain".  It seemed like I was going around in circles (maybe different circles than you have) myself for quite some time.  Basically, you need to find what works (even incrementally) for you and do it, regardless of whether it is "fun"...


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rAw warrior
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"Oranges, bananas and coconuts cause abnormal growths", Dr. D

I don't like bananas or oranges..never did. My mom who was an A,  ate oranges, and bananas every day. She had cystic breast disease, uterine fibroids, a fatty tumor on her arm and finally developed a brain tumor.  My only vice is tomatoes..  


Good gosh, that's awful!

I did not know that about those things either. Thank you for letting me know.  I used to eat coconut oil before I knew it was on my avoid list as well.  Oranges not so much but would have tangerines/clementines every now and then.  I normally didn't have a problem with tomatoes or bananas actually but when I started eating them every day about a month back that apparently changed.  Maybe because I'm more sensitive to things now that I eat so healthy. I remember reading some where that your body becomes more sensitive to things when you start eating healthier. Maybe there's some truth to that.
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I just made flax bread using this recipe - http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1215 It was easy to make and came out quite moist and tasty (for those trying to avoid wheat).
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add different compliant grain, nut or seed flour.....you can make it savory or sweet


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rAw warrior
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(Apologies for the triple post)

In the book, he talks about Warriors having long legs (especially the women) and having a lot of growth hormones but I am actually very short (5'1"). I match up to all the other criteria about warriors but that. I was wondering why that was. My mom who is also a warrior is also very short (5'2").
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Does being short mean you don't have 'relatively' long legs though?
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My DD is a Warrior at 5' 2" her legs are longer then her torso--


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"Healthy people have the least overt symptoms from eating avoid foods." Dr. D'Adamo
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I don't think the leg thing is as true as it use to be. Where I live 90% of the Hunters, for example, don't have longer legs. I look for this all the time, and rarely does anyone have longer legs.

It would be if the head wasn't included, obviously, with most people.
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I think Dr. D told me the usual indication of a Warrior is the long head.. (unless you're an AB)
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Or really big egghead.... Long but huge sometimes. Unibrow is common.
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Oh I forgot, that was the other thing I didn't have (long head). My head is pretty much in the middle.  My legs were slightly longer (though not very). No unibrow. Everything else was spot on though about the super fast metabolism and being extremely slender (in youth).  Anyways, just curious. Thanks for the responses. They were helpful.
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Or really big egghead.... Long but huge sometimes. Unibrow is common.


Like Adam Sandler?  
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Are there any supplements that are made for Warriors or Type As that would help heal acid reflux?  I couldn't seem to find any.
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Like Adam Sandler?  


Highly doubt it.

Andre the Giant, now he might be a warrior.

This guy might be a healthy younger warrior.

(The story in English)

Will Ferrell I think is an extremely good bet.

Young,

Will

Ferrell

And the "not unattractive stockiness" in later life.
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Are there any supplements that are made for Warriors or Type As that would help heal acid reflux?  I couldn't seem to find any.

  Delfect, Gastro D and intrinsia-- lay off the polyflora while you take the Gastro D.


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"Healthy people have the least overt symptoms from eating avoid foods." Dr. D'Adamo
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rAw warrior
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  Delfect, Gastro D and intrinsia-- lay off the polyflora while you take the Gastro D.


Much appreciated.
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Andrea AWsec
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If you complete three bottles of gastro d it will be best. You should not need it long term.


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Thanks to Andrea for suggesting these to me also, my heartburn symptoms were gone by the end of the second bottle of gastro D & never returned thankfully (i kept taking all three though) I keep deflect on hand all the time just in case but rarely need it, unless i eat out which is only a few times a year . Now take polyflora A and rarely even get bloated, I also take the recommended warrior supps & feel best as a vegetarian since discovering my true secretor status
Wow, just noticed we three are INFJ warriors, extremely uncommon I believe!
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Oh yeah, that was another question I had.  In the book he says, "People in blood group A are most likely to be Teacher or Warrior GenoTypes, though some are Explorers." But I everyone keeps saying that Warrior type As are not so common so I am confused.

I am mainly suffering from leaky gut syndrome (the acid reflux is just a recent thing) so do y'all think Deflect would be better to take or Gastro D if I had to choose one?  I am following the proper Warrior Diet as well until I am able to figure out my secretor status (though I'm guessing I'm a secretor) and get the SWAMI software and all that.

Thanks for all the help everyone.
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Gastro D--  


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"Healthy people have the least overt symptoms from eating avoid foods." Dr. D'Adamo
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Gastro D--  


I'm allergic to mastic. I break out in a rash from it.  I can tolerate 1 Gastro D capsule a day. It really helps my indigestion too.  My acid reflux is from my weight gain. I never had it until I gained weight. The extra fat in the stomach area, pulls the stomach down so the esophagus is straight instead of curved like it's supposed to be and it makes it alot easier for the bile to go back up the esophagus. Weight loss is the best way to handle acid reflux...(well permanently)
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Highly doubt it.


Oh contrare. Adam Sandler has a long egg shaped head and if he's an A or AB, I bet dollars to compliant donuts that he's a Warrior.  After all we have a great sense of humor, we are charismatic, and alluring...  
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