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lovingandpeaceful
Wednesday, July 18, 2012, 1:06pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Hi All,

I just wanted to know this, what are the main differences between, hunters, gatherers and explorers, I am 0 positive, do the explorers eat a lot less meat ?

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I am A+ but have a vested interest in this since my wife is an O gatherer!  

Hunters and explorers are reactive types generally with higher metabolisms.  Gatherers have a thrifty metabolism.  

Basically gatherers store fat and toxins, explorers keep them circulating in their systems and selectively react, and hunters tend to have more allergic reactions to them on a consistent basis.

O hunters can tolerate higher amounts of fat than O gatherers or explorers.

O hunters and gatherers have more red meats (and others) allowed in terms of frequency eaten than explorers (in the book at least).

O explorers have more variability in the food groups than O hunters or O gatherers.

O gatherers have black tea as a superfood, whereas O hunters and explorers have it as an avoid.

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can't agree about the so called *slow acylator* have been genetically tested and it seems I'm more then quick at this  point ....


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