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FitnessAddict
Friday, July 1, 2011, 7:58pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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anyone has VEAL as an OK to eat???


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No but if I ever send in my secreter test and it comes back that I'm a nonnie I will get Lamb.....





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Are there any other GT3 Teachers that do NOT have any "milks" as benes or superfoods?
When I swamied out as an explorer only soy milk was a neutral.
As a teacher, almond, rice and soy milks are all neutrals.

The only superfood teas I get are Green/kukicha/bancha, or Ginger Root tea.
I do get coffee( a diamond) and red wine as supers! So, I shouldn't complain.
Its just that I am allowed such long lists of superfoods in all other categories
( with the exception of dairy) I thought it strange that at least more teas weren't supers.

Also, anyone know of a source for papadam made from lentil or rice flour...NOT chickpea/garbanzo flour?


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Quoted from upnorth6
No but if I ever send in my secreter test and it comes back that I'm a nonnie I will get Lamb.....

i wanted to knw about Veal specifically cuz on typebase veal is an avoid for both sec and non.


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Veal is Beef! You will never get it as an A. Lamb is a neutral for me and if I ever (rare that it happens) have a craving for red meat I go for lamb, it is delicious.


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Quoted from grey rabbit
Veal is Beef! You will never get it as an A. Lamb is a neutral for me and if I ever (rare that it happens) have a craving for red meat I go for lamb, it is delicious.

actually explorers can eat beef, but i know i will never get it nor i will get lamb.


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Quoted from FitnessAddict

actually explorers can eat beef, but i know i will never get it nor i will get lamb.


You are right, but this is the Teacher's lounge , not the Explorer's caverns.  Why do you think you will never get lamb? Many Teachers get lamb.


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Hi guys
I am a teacher (I think) and I started following the genotype diet a few month back, on and off. I have just shifted countries all the way to Singapore from NZ and after putting on some weight trying all the new foods I am finally ready to embark on the teacher diet again.
Here in Singapore it is pretty hard to find turkey meat let alone the other poultry meats. You can find mutton and turkey ham and thats about it.
I am not sure that I am getting all of the iron I need. I used to eat a lot more meat and a lot less vegetables before this diet.
How do you guys make sure you get all the iron you need in your diet?
Thanks! Alexandra
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first tell us your blood type!
welcome!


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Hello!
I am an A positive. Following the book I am a teacher.
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Welcome Alexandra!
Always good to have another teacher on board!
We are fortunate to get turkey here in the states.
Are you able to find compliant fish? Do you like eggs, peanut butter, compliant nuts?
Do you take any supplements?


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Hi

Yes I love peanut butter and eggs! But I still don't know if you can get enough iron from them... But I just found goat meat in a special supermarket and also mutton meat. Still on the hunt for turkey...

Thanks a lot!



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Good you found mutton....lamb is tasty. I am allowed it on my swami but only in very small, infrequent amounts. I tend to eat turkey, fish or beans and rice together to get enough iron.


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Hello, all!

I'm a Teacher, A+ blood type, have not done the secretor test yet, but plan to in the next week or so.

Glad to see other Teachers here and hope to contribute to this thread on a regular basis. Meanwhile, I'll get up to speed by reading the posts already here.

I probably would've been a Warrior, but my head is the wrong shape!
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Bienvenue, Calire!
Did you decide you were a teacher from the genotype book? Thats how I first did it.
Next, I got my secretors test and then a swami. Now I just want to know if I am A1 or A2! ??
What is the best thing/favorite food for you on the teacher way of eating?


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Quoted from cajun


Also, anyone know of a source for papadam made from lentil or rice flour...NOT chickpea/garbanzo flour?


I usually use Indian groceries, but have to be careful to be sure the papadam are from lentils.

I have also found lentil papadam at international farmers markets and sometimes even at large grocery stores.


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What is the best thing/favorite food for you on the teacher way of eating?

Thanks for the nice welcome!

Hm. Favorite thing - well, since I swapped from the A BTD to the Teacher, having cheese has been rather nice, but I think being able to have avocados is just the best! As an Angelino living in the southern US, I sure did miss my avocados! Now at least I can have them!

Aside from the food, I'm finding that the gentler exercise really works for me. I'd been a gym rat for years, and had success with weight training, but the Teacher exercise plan makes me feel relaxed and less stressed.

How 'bout you? What are your faves?
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Wow, the Teachers' Lounge has been quiet all weekend! Is this usual, or does the thread cycle through periods of quietude like this?

Cheers!
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This thread does seem to go in spurts. I saw someone say on another thread that many people here use facebook now. I don't use it.

Calire,  
I know...avacados rule! I love the cheeses also but can only tolerate a few of the hard ones ( sinus issues)
I really didn't think I could keep my weight down without all the gym time, too!
Its still weird to me that only 10 minutes ( different speeds) on the treadmill, maybe 10 on the bike, freeweights for my arms and a little dancing around...total time about 30 min....is all I need to stay in great shape! I do 30 min. of yoga on alternate days but don't stress if I miss a day. Dr. D knows his stuff!

C-Sharp,
Thanks for the info1 I will try more supermarkets and check on their papadam.  


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Just curious.....
Any other teachers ever want "just a little something" sweet about an hour after dinner?
It doesn't matter if I am 100% or 60% compliant, I seem to want something sweet after dinner or before I go to bed.
Many times I will eat apple with peanut butter but once in a while I love ginger cookies with ginger tea.
So.....is this average/normal..or what?


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Hi All

I am A+ Teacher, I am new to the board, read eat right for your time some time ago and recently purchased Swami and Officially started this week.

I am stuck for Breaky ideas, I cant eat oates as I am Celiac (in Australia so no GF oates), so it needs to eat gluten free, corn free, even my bakerys GF toast has guar gum in it which is an avoid... I have been eating omlettes or fried brown rice mixed sometimes mixed with quinoa with egg and some veggies and tamari sauce.  But I will be eating too many eggs if I keep going like this.  

Boy I am going to miss a cooked breaky.  Would love some breaky suggestions.

Thanks
Lisa


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I eat one small gluten free cookie after dinner....I have to have dessert....Sometimes just a date
or a fig...but it has to be sweet.

AussieA+ can you find amaranth flour?  I was making a pancake for breakfast using 1 beaten egg
to which I added a few tsps of water...(that's teaspoon, not tablespoon)...plus about a tsp of agave
syrup....1/4 cup of amaranth flour and a few tsp of melted coconut oil...whisked together until
smooth.....I melted coconut oil in a
fry pan....poured in my pancake batter (making one pancake) and used a spatula to flatten
the shape of it a bit.....I placed fresh blueberries all over the top....
Kept my burner flame on low.....flipped the pancake after about 3 minutes, when it started to smell like a pancake .....and let it cook on the other side for about 2-3 minutes.  Really really delicious!


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Thanks Chloe   Will go to my health food store tomorrow and give that a try, I have buckwheat flour which I have been going to make pancakes with and some blueberries.  Honey is a superfood on my Swami Yay


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Welcome Alexandra, Calire & AussieA+


Papadam (lentil flour)   -    I was surprised to find them at the import store - I think its called World Market. Also Spring Roll Wrappers (Rice 67%, Tapioca Flour, Salt, Water) which I havn't tried yet. They have all sorts of stuff from furniture to food.

Sweets after dinner  -  Yes!  
   Coconut meat is neutral for me -  I get  small chocolate macaroons  at Whole Foods
        (they arn't perfect but I can eat one and satisfied)
  Pitted Date stuffed with a walnut half works good too. I second the apple & nutbutter.

Hot breakfast   -   (I love eggs and I get 7 a week) the pancake sounds good
   how about making some meatloaf that can be reheated?
  
Guar Gum   -   is a black dot avoid (temporary) on my SWAMI list - so it's not the worse food out there - at least not for me.
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Hi I'm an A+ Teacher after Swami.  I have been almost 100% staying on the diet for about 2 months now.  I also have been using the recommended supplements from the Swami program.  Before going on this diet I almost never ate bread and stayed on a low carb diet with lots of meat and vegetables.  I love all the bread and carbs that I'm getting, but my seborrheic dermatitis on my scalp has gone haywire for the last month and seems to be getting worse.  Does anyone else have this and found that the diet aggravates it.  I can't figure out which food is doing it or whether it's the lower protein that I'm eating.  My hair has also been shedding like crazy too.  Any help will be very appreciated.
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