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Rupert60
Wednesday, May 4, 2016, 10:21am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I am a blood type O- non secretor. So far I think I am an Explorer but want to check and double check that, but everything seems to be pointing that way.
The other day before I had looked into GTD and was looking for a good source of inexpensive protein for an O type I decided to cook myself up some chicken livers. Liver is a food that I used to eat a lot of in the past so I was looking forward to renewing my acquaintance with it. I seasoned it nicely with garlic and oregano and thoroughly enjoyed eating it. However about 5 minutes later I began to feel headachy and nauseous. This lasted for a good 24hrs. Ok so I thought it was coincidence. I had a small quantity again about 3 days later and the same thing happened.
Could this be because as I now know that chicken liver is an AVOID for Explorers. It would seem to make sense.
I still am finding this a little confusing as this genotype is predominately a type O and yet many of the O foods which are either neutral or beneficial are not for Explorer.
Easy to understand explanations most welcome.
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Explorers are a genotype mostly of blood type O and A and came about from the interweaving of O and A in the maternal line according to Dr. D.,  but any type can be an explorer.  It takes this into consideration, and also unique aspects of the genotype that make it seperate from other genotypes.  One aspect is the detox functions.  I would think that eating livers may help the liver, but i am no fan of liver or organ meats.  A grass fed liver would be much cleaner than one processing hormones and antibiotics, and fed poorly.  

In my experience the genotype recommendations come before blood type ones, they work much better for me, but blood type always has some effect.  Some things good for O may not be good for explorers.
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My understanding is that an animal's liver has accumulated the toxins that the animal had been exposed to.  So it's especially important for Explorers to avoid it.

I've never had that reaction to chicken or turkey liver.  But I've had them only a few times in my life.


My SWAMI diet is a blend of BTD and GTD Explorer, but I'm not totally compliant.  Also I try to choose foods that have a Low Glycemic index.  DW and DD are A+, probably also Explorer.
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Ok thank you for the comments above particularly regarding genotype and detoxing. It is all beginning to make a bit more sense. Sometimes no matter what you read it takes someone else's explanation to clarify things.
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Quoted from SquarePeg
My understanding is that an animal's liver has accumulated the toxins that the animal had been exposed to.  So it's especially important for Explorers to avoid it.

I've never had that reaction to chicken or turkey liver.  But I've had them only a few times in my life.




this proposition , in my research has been refuted. I had similar  thoughts and concerns at one time . Best to look into it more. The liver does not hold the toxins. It is a clean and healthy organ to eat.
Your reaction could be, to a bad batch of liver? Maybe you should try some difference sources for chicken liver. make a scientific experiment out of it. Easy for me to say..... ay
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Hi
Yes also have some lambs liver so will try that and see if the reaction is the same.
I think the batch was ok, looked and smelt good. Also from a reputable supermarket chain with high standards for animal welfare.
But if I ever see any I may try and see if organic ones have the same effect.
But I am not too bothered if I can't eat them as I think it will just confirm to me that my genotype diet is more effective for me.
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