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Juliebug
Tuesday, February 25, 2014, 7:31pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Thank you so much Adam! I am new to BTD/Genotype. I have been having weight issues since I turned 38. Up until then I stayed at 136 lbs eating anything and everything I wanted. In the last 7 years I have gained 70 lbs. I have tried every diet with no long term success. I went to the library to check out ER4YT and they didn't have it. I ended up checking out the Genotype book instead. It is an amazing book. My husband and I went through all of the measuring and tests and are both type A+ Warriors. Even the description fit us to a T! The first five days I lost 4 lbs. I know I am not eating everything in a day that I am supposed to eat. On Sunday I decided to add in 2 TBS. nut butter with dried figs and apricots for a snack and had brown basmati rice and veggies for dinner. I weighed on Monday and gained 1.2 lbs. I'm sure I was losing weight the first few days because I was having fish, veggies and kefir-almond milk fruit smoothies and nothing else. Is it normal to gain some weight if you don't combine the foods properly? Can we have dried fruits with nut butter? The Genotype book doesn't do a very good job of explaining meal planning, combining foods, etc... so I ordered the ER4YT book along with the cookbook for Type A. I am feeling much better, but this is more than just a weight loss program for me. I want to be able to feel good, have optimum health, look good and be back at my normal weight. I also want all of these things for my husband. What is the best resource for me to learn what foods are best to be eaten together and what combinations will train-wreck my success? I'm just asking because it seems you have a very good handle on this program. I would love any advice from folks who have been on this program.  Thanks!!!
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Welcome, Juliebug!  

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The first five days I lost 4 lbs. I know I am not eating everything in a day that I am supposed to eat. On Sunday I decided to add in 2 TBS. nut butter with dried figs and apricots for a snack and had brown basmati rice and veggies for dinner. I weighed on Monday and gained 1.2 lbs. I'm sure I was losing weight the first few days because I was having fish, veggies and kefir-almond milk fruit smoothies and nothing else. Is it normal to gain some weight if you don't combine the foods properly? Can we have dried fruits with nut butter?


Yep, those nuts and nut butters will get ya!  Watch out if you tend to hold onto calories like I do.  For the time being, I've decided to completely eliminate nuts, seeds, and nut butters (except flax seed for flax bread and crackers) due to their high fat content.  I am probably around 60 pounds overweight currently, and have been struggling all my life with over-weight issues.  But, now that I'm 50, I'm completely fed up, and will get this done this year come hell or high water.  Anyway, if you must dabble in the nuts, seeds, and nut butters, be sure to indulge in only a very small amount, perhaps around 150 calories or so, but that's just a general guideline, you are the best judge of what you can handle.  Exercise also can burn off those calories, so if you decide to go for a big walk or something, then the 2 TBS nut butter may have not been a big deal.  But, we Warriors can't handle a whole ton of exercise as it tends to stress us out, at least it does for me with all the weight I'm currently carrying.  For you, it might be different.

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What is the best resource for me to learn what foods are best to be eaten together and what combinations will train-wreck my success?


Hmmm...that's a toughy...my first response would be to say experience is the best teacher of that.  Just experiment out in the kitchen and see what works.  Look at some cookbooks and recipes, and then tweak them to make them more compliant.  During the winter, eat more foods containing vitamin D, in the summer, maybe not so much, because of all the sunshine.  If you get a SWAMI, then there are Geno Harmonic combinations that come with that which tells you of certain foods that work very well together.  Definitely, look at posts by Chloe, she is very knowledgeable and posts often and her husband is a Warrior (she is a Teacher).
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Thank you so much Adam! I think you and I are both emotionally/psychologically in the same place...FED UP! Something has got to give this year. Do you ever eat beans and rice as a protein? I was trying to figure out if a serving of cooked beans is equivalent to 1/2 cup or 1 cup. Can we have dried fruit or is it better to eat only fresh? I will check out Chloe's post as well. I was glad to see red wine as a "superfood" but probably need to cut back on that too. ! I joined a gym last year and actually gained weight...all that darn exercise just made me hungry. I do well with a long walk. Thanks again and best wishes!
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Do you ever eat beans and rice as a protein? I was trying to figure out if a serving of cooked beans is equivalent to 1/2 cup or 1 cup.
Well, again, it really depends on you.  Most sides of bean cans will say that a serving size is 1/2 cup.  We are talking cooked beans here, of course, and not dry beans.  It also depends on the bean.  Some have more protein to them.  I do pretty well with just 1/2 cup cooked beans, any more than that and my stomach starts to hurt.  I'd eat 1/2 cup cooked beans, then wait 15 minutes and see how you feel.  If you are full, then that's definitely plenty.  However, I really can't have just beans for lunch.  I need some fish or poultry for lunch.  But, I will add a little ground poultry to some beans for a mean chili, mmm good, and have that for lunch.  If I'm having just beans for a meal, then I'll have that at supper time.
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Can we have dried fruit or is it better to eat only fresh?
With dried fruit at the store, even at an organic place, you really don't know what they are treating it with.  I used to buy dried fruit, but I don't anymore.  Check this out:

http://healthyeating.sfgate.com/health-risks-sulfur-dioxide-dried-fruits-3921.html
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I was glad to see red wine as a "superfood" but probably need to cut back on that too. !
Same here, hickup!    I can only last about a week until I'm back on the red wine.  It is just too good for us Warriors to pass up.  But, these days, I'm limiting myself to 4 oz at lunch and 4 oz at supper, and on some days, only the 4 oz at supper.
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I joined a gym last year and actually gained weight...all that darn exercise just made me hungry.
Same here.  Stay away from gyms.  They are too noisy and stressful.  Get some light handweights to use at home if you want to firm up your upper body.  Some Warriors (and others) like Yoga, but I personally find it too stressful being around a crowd of people and trying to follow all the positions.  I give up every time and go home.
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I do well with a long walk.
Same here.  Best thing you can do (weather permitting) is a nice 30-40 minutes walk outside in the fresh air.  Number one exercise for us Warriors, although some here may disagree.
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Thanks again and best wishes!
You too!  Don't be a stranger, ya hear!  
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Thank you again so much Adam. This is great information! I am really looking forward to receiving the books I ordered. I think they will also help. No two people are alike so I will have much trial and error. I have questions like...why no shellfish or hot chilis. What adverse reaction can they cause? I guess I will just eliminate them and then try again later and see. I know there are many things going on in our bodies that we can't see or feel. I guess I will have to trust that if it's not good for my blood/genotype I should follow it. I won't be a stranger. I have spent the better of the afternoon reading other threads and posts...there are some really neat people here in this community. It's great because everyone is trying to better themselves! I hope that as I learn I too can help others...
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I've just discovered I'm Warrior and while reading the super foods and toxins list I found pineapple in the avoid list but pineapple juice in the beneficial list?  
I don't get it.  Is there just something in the fiber of the pineapple that needs avoided?  
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I've just discovered I'm Warrior and while reading the super foods and toxins list I found pineapple in the avoid list but pineapple juice in the beneficial list?  
I don't get it.  Is there just something in the fiber of the pineapple that needs avoided?  


Welcome.

When it comes to foods versus something refined or separated out of the food it can occasionally be confusing to see different ratings.

There are several possible reasons.

It's mostly about nutrient profiles of the two different things, how that compares to other foods in the category each is being rated in, and other things like lectins that are not part of the common nutritional profile.
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a "warrior* dear friend of mine justamente enclosed the healing mushies into his diet and has lost about 12 kilos of weight since 6 weaks,... has lost gert symptoms etc...
ok he deoes + - BTD/GTD but still encloses too much of carbs... B U T...still has lost such amounts of weights ... and other boring warrior thingies ...what do I want claim more ...


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Warrior question about "squash" in the avoid list.  I see pumpkin in the beneficial list.  So is ALL other winter AND summer squash off limits?  Acorn thru zucchini?
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Wow, thought I was a Teacher until I did the SWAMI - sure glad I did!  It explains why I have not been doing as well as I expected.  The SWAMI typed me as a Warrior, and, starting today, that's what I am doing.  Guess I missed a few things!   Looking forward to coming back to this forum for help!  I've already gotten some great suggestions, and found that a lot of the stuff in my freezer (wild Alaskan salmon and cod) and grass fed lamb are OK!  That makes me happy.  Also looking forward to feeling better.


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Hi PAVANC,  glad to see another AB Warrior on board!

I also mistyped as Teacher, corrected later by SWAMI. The Teacher diet didn't really suit me, either (maybe works better for A type Warriors?).  The lamb, fish, turkey, rice, fruit and veggies fit perfectly. Are you OK with the Warrior restrictions on dairy? Manchego is quite versatile and delicious, and quark makes a fair substitute in recipes calling for yogurt.


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Thanks for the welcome messages, Lola and Averno! I got sidetracked with other things, and didn't get back here for a while!  Thanks also for the tip about the Facebook page!  I will check there!.  Yes, I am fine with the Warrior restrictions on dairy, since I am better off without most of it, anyway.  Most milk products, with the exception of yogurt make me phlegmy, and that gives me sinus problems. My SWAMI gives me yogurt as a diamond, oddly enough.  I will try quark, though, and I love Manchego, even though it's just a neutral for me.  I have been making crackers with almond flour and water, and sea salt and rosemary, and they have been great!  I've stayed away from most breads, finding that I have felt better just staying away from "modern" gluten,  I am going to try to reintroduce spelt, though.  Most gluten-free flour blends are loaded with avoids, primarily the starches.  For the last week, I have been avoiding all corn and potatoes and chicken, and my joints have been thanking me profusely.  I know, from experience that it will take a while to heal, but this is a great start.  Again, thank you for your post, and I look forward all the interaction on this board!  Great to see another AB Warrior, too!


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It sounds like you've pretty much nailed it    You have that Warrior spirit- anything worth doing, is worth doing right...

Have you been naturally (mostly) compliant in the past? If so, you're probably ahead of the curve for the typical Warrior. But like me, if you've been eating chicken, wheat, corn etc. all along, you've probably come here with health issues. Feel free to share, there's plenty of experience and good advice from everyone on these boards.

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Thanks for the welcome messages, Lola and Averno! I got sidetracked with other things, and didn't get back here for a while!  Thanks also for the tip about the Facebook page!  I will check there!.  Yes, I am fine with the Warrior restrictions on dairy, since I am better off without most of it, anyway.  Most milk products, with the exception of yogurt make me phlegmy, and that gives me sinus problems. My SWAMI gives me yogurt as a diamond, oddly enough.  I will try quark, though, and I love Manchego, even though it's just a neutral for me.  I have been making crackers with almond flour and water, and sea salt and rosemary, and they have been great!  I've stayed away from most breads, finding that I have felt better just staying away from "modern" gluten,  I am going to try to reintroduce spelt, though.  Most gluten-free flour blends are loaded with avoids, primarily the starches.  For the last week, I have been avoiding all corn and potatoes and chicken, and my joints have been thanking me profusely.  I know, from experience that it will take a while to heal, but this is a great start.  Again, thank you for your post, and I look forward all the interaction on this board!  Great to see another AB Warrior, too!


Hi PAVANC- It's nice to have another warrior on board! Could you share your cracker recipe? They sound so yummy! Thanks!
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Juliebug, the recipe could not be simpler!  I'll do better than type it here - I'll point you to the link!  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyvMX0Kw73Y and she will tell you exactly how to do it!  It turns out exactly the way she says it does!  They are delicious.  I've been using coarse sea salt and dried rosemary as she does, but I'm going to try some other herbs, too, and maybe some sweet spices too.  

Averno, I was eating chicken, and corn and potatoes, since that was readily available, but I had been off gluten for two and a half years.  My husband died in February and prior to that, he was bed bound for six months, partly in rehab/hospital, and partly at home on hospice care.  For five years prior to that, we were fighting his metastatic prostate cancer, and he was somewhat resistant to dietary changes.  Once he got into the institutional care, it was even harder, although in some ways, it was easier for an O, than it would have been for an AB.  I was working full time, and trying to manage all of that, and keep an eye on his care, check drug interactions, make sure that he was getting the best care, and spend as much time as possible with him since he was the love of my life.  I finally retired from my job in October, and by then, he needed my attention even more.  So, I just ate what I could get easily.  Obviously not very compliant, even for a Teacher.  I am now trying to take better care of myself. Sorry for rambling, but that's my journey.  This is now, and we move on!


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PAVANC, I'm so sorry for your loss.

You probably know by now the downfall of gluten free, what with all the additives. Forgive me if I've missed this, but you've been following the Genotype Teacher diet for some time? And just recently Swami'd as Warrior? I ask only because I'm curious about your Teacher to Warrior transition relative to mine. If similar, I think you'll be pleasantly surprised by how well you'll adapt to your new diet. Do be aware, though, that you'll be detoxing to some degree, possibly in cycles. It's normal.

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Averno, thank you for the kind words. Most of the time I am OK.  He is still with me in so many positive ways.

Yes, I do know the pitfalls of gluten free, with all the starches, NONE of which are acceptable for us, and, as I said, I have pretty much gotten off bread and most crackers and other "gluten free" carbohydrates.  I have found a pasta that is simply brown rice flour and water (Jovial brand).  Fortunately, Cook's Illustrated Magazine also rates it the best for taste and texture in their gluten free cookbook! Also mentioned above, I am going to try to re-introduce spelt to my diet.  Before my husband got sick, we ate at home, most of the time, and I made everything bread-like from spelt.  We were both OK then, especially since we did not eat all that much of it.  Oh, yeah, I am very familiar with de-toxing!     I was trying to follow the Teacher diet as well as I could.  I have to say that I will miss avocados!  One of my favorite snacks was half an avocado drizzled with extra virgin olive oil.  I found the Fresh Pressed Olive Oil Club where every three months, you get three bottles of olive oil direct from the orchard (seriously).  What a difference!  Each shipment comes from a different part of the world.  I  joined in December, and I've had oil from Italy, Spain and this last shipment is from Chile.  Wow!  They have two sizes, and I opted for the smaller one.  https://www.freshpressedoliveoil.com/  I never knew now really fresh olive oil tasted before.  It also comes with a newsletter that gives recipes and tasting notes.  Oh, there I go rambling again.  Sorry.  Anyway, thank heaven olive oil is a beneficial!  I'll find another way to use it!  It's really good in Tuscan white bean spread.  


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Hi PAVANC--thank you for sharing your journey.  So sorry for your loss, but love your courageous attitude.

Forgive me--I know this is a Warrior thread--but welcome from a fellow ABer.   In my BT journey I have drifted from Explorer to Teacher, where I happily reside with all my beneficial cheeses.  

I have found it interesting that both you and Averno are Teachers gone Warrior.  I have finally convinced my son and his wife to move beyond the BTD--particularly since they are both NS. In attempting to GT my DIL yesterday (A+NS) she came out as a Teacher which is the one GT I was certain she was not. As soon as the SWAMI kit comes in the mail I will let SWAMI, in all its wisdom, decide.  I suspect Warrior.

I have made a slight variation on the almond cracker recipe--using herbes d provence.  They are the best.

All for now. Look forward to having you on the board.
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Hi, SusanC, and thank you for your kind expression of sympathy.

As for your suggestion on the herbes de Provence - YUMMY!  What a great suggestion!  Stealing that one!     Something I will miss from the Teacher GT is the cheeses, even though I realize they made me "gloopy".  I love Brie, but now that I am off it, I notice that I do not have the burning in my stomach, and the indigestion, and sinus drainage.  I can have mozzarella (so caprese is still on the menu) and Manchego, and my Greek yogurt.  On the other hand, strawberries and peaches are back, as is CHOCOLATE!  In fact, chocolate is a diamond (YOWZA!)

Thank you for the welcome, and I look forward to talking with you.


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Wierd. My post is gone. And it looks like several of my posts have been deleted from recent weeks.
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Found a recipe for compliant mayonnaise that is incredibly easy!  http://thehealthyfoodie.com/fail-proof-home-made-paleo-mayo-whole30-compliant/  Egg, light olive oil, and fresh lemon (or lime) juice and salt, made with an immersion blender.  Going to try it tonight, since I plan to make turkey salad with a turkey breast that I roasted with a lemon zest rosemary rub on Sunday.  (Turkey, celery, organic red grapes and sliced toasted almonds with a bit of curry powder in the mayo).  Getting hungry!

Update:  It made a lovely, silky creamy mayonnaise, no vinegar, no stabilizers, no plastic feel and a light lemony flavor!  I have not tried it in the turkey salad yet because I ended up going out for dinner with friends, but I will try it tomorrow with a bit of curry powder in it!  


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I just got my first bottle of Proberry!  Wow, That is some delicious stuff.  I could easily dump it into a gallon of spring water and put it in the fridge for summer drinking, but that would probably be so much overkill....  It really does taste good, though!  Three teaspoons a day...three teaspoons a day...three teaspoons a day....  


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Hello
One quick question:
what's the difference between
a) "Salmon Pacific" - allowed
b) and "Salmon wild" - not allowed

How should I know which one is OK in the store?
Thank you in advance.
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