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C_Sharp
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The GenoType and Blood Type diets use two different approaches.

While some foods match, many foods are rated differently in the two systems.

If you are following the GenoType diet you will want to follow the ratings in the GenoType book and not the rating in the online typebase.

Incidentally blood type As can be Warrior, Explorers, or Teachers.  If GenoType ratings were the same as blood type we would not need the different GenoTypes.


MIfHI                            I follow a SWAMI diet.
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Lola
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in a nutshell.....foods bad for you cause inflammation, and may lead to pathology in the long run.....prevention is the best approach for life!


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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The harder you are on yourself, the easier life will be on you!
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Jim
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thanks guys for all the help(using guys here as a non gender ) What I do know is I eat a salad everyday for lunch for two years I don't know if I cold eat another one atleast not with a smile on my face.
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Lola
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15 years or more here and going steady, and I don t know what I d do if they took away my salad!!!!
I think you should eat from all your food groups......you can never get bored of that!

you can add teacher to your avatar if that s what you are following, and have other teachers give you excellent tips and recipes
displaying messages under the avatar:
http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?m-1219018887/s-/s-new/#num1


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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Hello wonderful group of people.  I am taking the easy way out here and asking for some favorite, simple teacher recipes.  

I have just traveled across country, to Orange Co., CA, by train to be with my family to plan my mother’s memorial service.

I am swamped and don’t have much time to look up and tweak recipes.  

According to Genotype book two of my sisters measure out to be Teachers.  One is in dire need of help; diabetic, high cholesterol, asthma, overweight.  I have encouraged her forever to try BTD/GTD with no success.  I am staying with her and she is highly motivated right now.  

I thought if I could fix her a couple of things she is almost guaranteed to like, and not feel too deprived, she might actually go for it.  She works.  I can either make a simple breakfast that she can easily duplicate when I am gone (she lives alone, is under extreme stress, has little time to prepare foods), or send her with a few simple things to eat when she gets to work.

I would also like to give her something to eat while at work for lunch and make something for her to have for dinner.  

I would appreciate any suggestions. Off to the grocery store ASAP.
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Ladyhawk58
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Hi Maukik,

Unfortunately my computer is playing up and I can't connect to the internet, so I am using my partner's at the moment and so I don't have access to all my saved recipes, but this one is from this website and is my all time favourite salmon recipe that I serve to guests. I make it without the tomatoes and think it's probably better that way anyway:
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?977

I love tofu sliced, dipped in tamari then sprinkled generously with nutritional yeast and fried in ghee for a quick meal and it's good the next day in salad for lunch

For lunches I usually take a mix of salad stuff eg romaine leaves, alfalfa sprouts, arugula, beet leaves with avocado (this makes it) etc and add either a couple of hard boiled eggs, a can of salmon, some leftover tofu or turkey/chicken and add some dressing: http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?768

I also make batches of quinoa or brown rice that I keep in the fridge and use as a base for lunches with the same dressing plus leftover veges, coriander, mint etc. Or sometimes I will add colby or gouda cheese to hot rice and broccoli and carrots and add to brown rice. The flaxmeal bread is great for sandwiches with colby and alfalfa sprouts: http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1215

I take walnuts and almonds for afternoon tea break, fruit or a fruit smoothie with added tofu for morning tea break.

Breakfast is either quinoa, rice, amaranth flakes etc with some yoghurt, chopped dates or prunes, a little cinnamon and almond milk. Or eggs on toasted rice cakes, or almond butter and compliant jam with ghee on rice cakes is nice too.

Hopefully that will give you some ideas.
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Quoted from maukik
I have just traveled across country, to Orange Co., CA, by train to be with my family to plan my mother’s memorial service.

I am swamped and don’t have much time to look up and tweak recipes.  

According to Genotype book two of my sisters measure out to be Teachers.  One is in dire need of help; diabetic, high cholesterol, asthma, overweight.  I have encouraged her forever to try BTD/GTD with no success.  I am staying with her and she is highly motivated right now.  

I thought if I could fix her a couple of things she is almost guaranteed to like, and not feel too deprived, she might actually go for it.  She works.  I can either make a simple breakfast that she can easily duplicate when I am gone (she lives alone, is under extreme stress, has little time to prepare foods), or send her with a few simple things to eat when she gets to work.

I would also like to give her something to eat while at work for lunch and make something for her to have for dinner.  

I would appreciate any suggestions. Off to the grocery store ASAP.

First, welcome to my small part of the world...

I steam vegetables (carrots or broccoli) with a tilapia fillet on top and sprinkle a bit of garlic powder and dill weed for about 15 or 20 minutes.  Place this in a reusable container (either metal bowl with plastic lid or tupperware type container) and send with my Teacher to work for lunch...  It is mostly room temperature when she eats it, but likes it.

A meal for dinner:
Mix:
black beans, (no salt added) - canned at Food4Less or home-made,
Co-Jack cheese grated,
turkey, either pre-cooked and crumbled or browned ground,
into a pan and warm to taste.  Spread on large plate and top with:
plain yogurt (Mountain High or Wallaby is best)
more grated cheese, if desired
avocado chunks

Eat with fork or compliant crackers or chips with salad or other vegetables as desired.


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Thank you, LadyH and Joe.  I am going to get these ingredients right away.  

Lady as a B, I never buy tofu.  What type is best for the recipe you gave?  Soft, hard?
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''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
DNA mt/Haplo H; Y-chrom/J2(M172);ISTJ
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Lola
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a quick look at the index.......pick and choose
http://www.genotypediet.com/csvsearch7x.pl?Stuff=GT3&search=


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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I use hard - I drain it and then dry it by lying it on a kitchen towel and folding it over the top to soak up all the moisture.
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My favorite breakfasts are oatmeal made with 1/2 water and 1/2 almond or soy milk. Top it with ghee, honey and cinnamon! OR...buckwheat frozen waffles (Nature brand) with maple syrup...they are gluten free and buckwheat is good for us teachers!
When I am in a hurry, cannot beat throwing some fresh pineapple chunks and fresh blueberries I keep in the freezer in a container with your favorite yogurt!


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Can the teacher eat potatoes?

Thanks!
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welcome!


try the pull down menus for info

if not listed in your book, consider neutral


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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Quoted from 12952
Can the teacher eat potatoes?


Per the book, both sweet potato and white potato are avoid for Teacher.



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Unfortunately, they are avoids and I LOVE sweet potatoes and yams...with ghee and cinnamon..YUM!


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Quoted from 12952
Can the teacher eat potatoes?

Thanks!


Sweet potatoes would be a neutral if you were doing the BTD and were also a non secretor.

And I'm wondering if a some BT A nonnies would get sweet potatoes too on their SWAMI.


"The happiest people don't have the best of everything.....they know how to make the best of everything!"
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I see the avatars have changed - are changing ?  

Couldn't find any info on what is happening???
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nothing is happening!!!
we are getting a new look, c'est tout!!
enjoy the change!
http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?m-1295038892/


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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Thanks Lola,  
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So as a Teacher... via my Swami... I'm trying to sort out mentally how I can best support weight loss. According to the Teacher genotype it's about cell detox. As I follow my Swami I feel great. Are their any teachers in here that can share their ideas on detoxing for weight loss via the teacher genotype?


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I am eating all my diamonds as much as possible. Just curious if anyone has any other helpful hints.


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Christa,
I just read and posted to you on another thread. Welcome as a teacher!
I strongly believe in hot and cold teas for detox and weight loss.
In my experience, drinking hot(black Irish breakfast) tea am and pm (chamomile) and suntea cold (green with acai) during the day just jump started everything!


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>ideas on detoxing

Two things come to mind:

"Purify and Tonify" on page 235 of hardcover book.

"Overnight detox" page 252 of hardcover book (in the explorer's chapter)


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