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Mayflowers
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Oh, it was your mother who was an Ao....which most of us wouldn't know this much about our own parents....but given DH's mother for sure was an O, that makes him an Ao.


And I tried Dr. James D'Adamo's diet for Ao's. He said I should be eating 6-8 servings of meat
and he ok'd chicken. So I decided to try it for a few weeks..and I gained weight..    Had to go back to my SWAMI ish.. It would have been ok if I was younger, but my hormones require a more fine tuned, diet now. I think meat even poultry is too hormonal for me.

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Cooking for two people with totally different foods is difficult.


Well my house is A, O and B. It would be hard if they wanted to follow the diet. I just managed to get oldest to like almond milk now and he only likes the vanilla.  It would be a lot easier for you if you  and your husband both could just follow the basic A diet wouldn't it? Oh well. We are individual.

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Chloe- instead of making a baked pasta dish, why not make a dinner that consists of a few different selections that you can each take what you need? It sounds like you can both have rice pasta or rice, and that you can both eat many of the same beans and animal proteins (poultry and fish) but you need different proportions of each. Instead of spelt pasta, you could make rice pasta with a pureed bean  and veggie sauce and some fish or poultry on the side. Or put a variety of dishes on the table, some mutually compliant and some (such as cheeses) good for only one of you, and you each assemble your plates with the proportions that fill you up and make you feel  good.

I, for one, can see no purpose in cooking spelt noodles for one family member when rice noodles are  good for both of you.


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Chloe- instead of making a baked pasta dish, why not make a dinner that consists of a few different selections that you can each take what you need? It sounds like you can both have rice pasta or rice, and that you can both eat many of the same beans and animal proteins (poultry and fish) but you need different proportions of each. Instead of spelt pasta, you could make rice pasta with a pureed bean  and veggie sauce and some fish or poultry on the side. Or put a variety of dishes on the table, some mutually compliant and some (such as cheeses) good for only one of you, and you each assemble your plates with the proportions that fill you up and make you feel  good.

I, for one, can see no purpose in cooking spelt noodles for one family member when rice noodles are  good for both of you.


Do you have a recipe for a veggie/bean sauce?   Never made it before.

We can both have turkey and a few similar fish....He won't eat salmon...I won't eat fish high in
heavy metals and prefer he doesn't either.... I can have chicken, he can't.  We both get very
small portions of grains anyway.....so it's almost easier using brown rice because it just steams in a rice cooker and requires no assembly.  Just thought spelt pasta would work better for lasagna.... because it tastes more like wheat than rice does.  And I have found a sprouted Ezekial wheat pasta which he can eat and rates higher than rice, so rather stick with his highest rated foods.  Many nights I eat vegan...which is where the protein issue conflicts.  I would have tofu
but he won't feel full on plant proteins for dinner. Tried that and all night he stood with the
refrigerator door open saying "what can I have for a snack?"  I'm fine on vegan meals....so either
way, I'm often taking tofu chunks, lots of veggies, drizzling on EVOO, tamari, toasted sesame
oil, lots of herbs and just covering and baking it in the oven. He wouldn't be thrilled eating
that way... THought at the same time if I were baking a lasagna, and could cut into portions and freeze, I'd have at least a few meals that would be simple on nights I wanted to just re-heat and focus on my own dinner.

For a guy who used to live on big bowls of wheat pasta, a serving portion now for pasta is so small for him that he'd look at the measured amount of food on his plate and think I was kidding him.

THis is a guy who would not eat beans for dinner....only if it were in soup...and that's starting
to become my saving grace...If he eats any soup, or a big salad and soup, then dinner can be much smaller.

Focusing this week on finding good soup recipes...Only I can't have tomatoes but can have
chicken stock...He can't have chicken stock but can have tomatoes.  Rather just make soup he
can eat....and then make a separate batch for myself and freeze in portions for both of us.

I'm relying heavily on my freezer to make this easier. .


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For a guy who used to live on big bowls of wheat pasta, a serving portion now for pasta is so small for him that he'd look at the measured amount of food on his plate and think I was kidding him.


Is your DH overweight?
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Is your DH overweight?


No not at all....weighs the same he did when we got married....but carries weight when he is
overweight in belly (and started to develop high blood pressure)...On his mother's side, they were all diabetic....so watching his intake of non essential carbs very carefully.  Ideally beans would be his best plant protein along with lots of veggies.. My goal is to get him focused on what's best for his health.  He's remarkably compliant, although a complainer because he just LOVES some
really B A D foods!...


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Do make a veggie/bean sauce, you  basically take a thick veggie soup and puree it.

It's not a bad idea to make a huge lasagna or baked ziti and freeze in individual portions, so you can quickly reheat something for him on "vegan nights" for you. One advantage to baked pasta dishes is that you can fill them up with lots of veggies, meat, and/or cheeses so you get a nice, big portion without actually eating a lot of grain. You could even add cooked beans or lentils. With a big bowl of pasta on the table and sauces on the side, it's much easier to over-eat the grains.


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There is a wonderful black bean spaghetti by Asian Expressions. Difficult to find in stores in my area.  I ordered it on-line from  Plum Market.




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I'm like Acadian is impressive likeness in his speech! my parents are A and O as I am a teacher and I also want meat ... that's why I often think that I'm explosive and yet I love bread, I declined but I can not do without any of it is psychological! My cheese is sheep! plus I'm in the right area: the Pyrenees so I just sheep's cheese that I want! I sometimes feel like red meat suddenly when I have not eaten for a long time! I am looking for a product in France allowing me to better digest gluten or dairy products .... because I can not completely do without .. as if I reduce my transit must be OK if I make a slip is not good at all ..... since shortly here as soon as spring is here whereas before it was returned to the intestine


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You might need red meat once a month or so- far less than the 5 times per week that I need it, but it still might be something that your body needs for optimal health. Sheep, lamb, or goat is probably a better choice than beef for an A.


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Quoted from ruthiegirl
You might need red meat once a month or so- far less than the 5 times per week that I need it, but it still might be something that your body needs for optimal health. Sheep, lamb, or goat is probably a better choice than beef for an A.


Ruthie.... how much meat do you require for optimal health per month? Just curious.
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hello

I'm like Acadian is impressive likeness in his speech! my parents are A and O as I am a teacher and I also want meat ... that's why I often think that I'm explosive and yet I love bread, I declined but I can not do without any of it is psychological! My cheese is sheep! plus I'm in the right area: the Pyrenees so I just sheep's cheese that I want! I sometimes feel like red meat suddenly when I have not eaten for a long time! I am looking for a product in France allowing me to better digest gluten or dairy products .... because I can not completely do without .. as if I reduce my transit must be OK if I make a slip is not good at all ..... since shortly here as soon as spring is here whereas before it was returned to the intestine


Can you find Gluten Ease?  It's the only and only supplement I know about that works.  At least it's
worked very well for me. I cannot digest cheese without it....and cheese for a type A Teacher is
healing for the gut.  It gives our bodies low overgrowth food.

http://www.enzymedica.com/products/GlutenEase

Although my diet doesn't include red meat, when I start thinking about it and feel I want to eat it
I eat lamb. It randomly hits me that I want it....sometimes every few months.... I would suggest you choose lamb over beef or chicken livers over beef liver.  Most Teachers would do okay on those two
"meats".

And I too do fine on sheep's milk cheese...Manchego -- yum!


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Ruthie.... how much meat do you require for optimal health per month? Just curious.


SWAMI says 5 times per week, which I guess comes to 20-22 times per month. I've found that if I have less than 2 servings per week, I start to get depressed and lethargic- so a minimum of 8 times per month, just to maintain minimal health. I have never once experienced the feeling of "I've had too much meat lately and really can't stomach the thought of eating it again." My kids (Os and a B) do experience that if they have meat too many times in a week. I don't know if there's a maximum amount of meat where my health would decline if I ate too much of it.


But I'm a type O. I was responding to an A who occasionally felt a craving for red meat; that perhaps for her personally once a month might be a good amount.


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Can you find Gluten Ease?  It's the only and only supplement I know about that works.  At least it's
worked very well for me. I cannot digest cheese without it....and cheese for a type A Teacher is
healing for the gut.  It gives our bodies low overgrowth food.
http://www.enzymedica.com/products/GlutenEase !


How can enzymes for gluten digest cheese too? Not the same thing.
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How can enzymes for gluten digest cheese too? Not the same thing.


Well, you might want to read about it and see what you think..  This formula digests both casein and gluten.....and for me, I have both issues. A lot of gluten intolerant people have both issues -- read
a lot of forums where people have discussed this and are affected by both.. Lactose which a milk sugar is a different entity.  Casein is milk protein...so whatever enzymes are in this formula, it addresses both gluten and casein.  Best enzyme I've ever tried and it's allowed me to digest
my one and only  beneficial cheese, manchego...  I don't eat gluten so I'm not taking it for that.



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Chloe, reading all the in and outs of the two diets you are trying to "blend" makes me think I would feel that a bomb had gone off in my kitchen if I had to deal with that at my age. Especially with health issues that need attention right away. I am sure you have had plenty of order in your profession as the top chef in your kitchen through the years, and this has to be a very life-changing upheaval for you. I do hope your husband appreciates the position you are in and is as amiable as possible with the whole thing. And I hope you soon get this all worked out so you will feel comfortable with this new regimen and don't wake up in the morning wondering, "What on earth am I going to be able to put together today?"     

It has been a year since I actually dragged out my SWAMI stuff and got serious about following it after being on the other diets for many years. I am finally getting comfortable with the changes, and that makes it easier to cook for everyone else because everyone is at least an A-Type except our two ddil's who are O-Types. I must say that I still don't like the fact that I can't cook with tomatoes, and that lemons are still bothering my stomach! I find myself wishing every single day that I could tolerate lemon.....


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Chloe, reading all the in and outs of the two diets you are trying to "blend" makes me think I would feel that a bomb had gone off in my kitchen if I had to deal with that at my age. Especially with health issues that need attention right away. I am sure you have had plenty of order in your profession as the top chef in your kitchen through the years, and this has to be a very life-changing upheaval for you. I do hope your husband appreciates the position you are in and is as amiable as possible with the whole thing. And I hope you soon get this all worked out so you will feel comfortable with this new regimen and don't wake up in the morning wondering, "What on earth am I going to be able to put together today?"     

It has been a year since I actually dragged out my SWAMI stuff and got serious about following it after being on the other diets for many years. I am finally getting comfortable with the changes, and that makes it easier to cook for everyone else because everyone is at least an A-Type except our two ddil's who are O-Types. I must say that I still don't like the fact that I can't cook with tomatoes, and that lemons are still bothering my stomach! I find myself wishing every single day that I could tolerate lemon.....


  Spring...I really appreciate your sentiments....but honestly, there are so many people on the forum feeding a family of many different blood types/genotypes that are also working outside of
the home.  At least I'm home and not working... I literally don't know how they're doing this if juggling
more individualized meals than I am.... Maybe they have no time to post

Fortunately, we have a very large local diner not far from home that not only has awesome fresh fish, their menu is huge, and they also have an organic menu which at least gives us the
option of brown rice, mixed vegetables, organic greens for a salad.. The owner of this Greek
restaurant seems to place a high value on very good quality food. They also have beans on
the menu and so, pretty often, we just eat out and find it easier to ask for "simply grilled fish, sauces on the side, please no dipping anything in flour, plain brown rice, steamed veggies, a large salad with EVOO and lemon wedges".  Also, I've asked the kitchen to stir fry me some onions in EVOO, add chopped veggies and serve it on top of brown rice with black beans.  They allow me to make up my own dishes..
THe waiters all know how we eat so they're very accommodating.  I also can get them to cut fresh
turkey in thick slices (aka Thanksgiving instead of making it paper thin as they would for a sandwich...With a natural broth on top, I'm happy.  This takes a huge amount of pressure off me
having to figure out two meals every night and constantly waiting to see if DH is satisfied...But still
I pack his lunch every day and make us both breakfast and spend a lot of time buying food....
I think we all spend a lot of time on our food, right?

I wish there were GTD restaurants!  


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I wish there were GTD restaurants!  


Looks like your local Greek restaurant is pretty close!


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Looks like your local Greek restaurant is pretty close!


  We make it seem that way.  More than 95% of the menu we can't eat!  But we do have options
of trout, scrod, red snapper, tuna and if we don't mind eating brown rice every time we go there
it's at least a beneficial for us both.

They have many simply prepared veggies that are compliant but not organic...I sometimes just go with compliant.

Every day they roast their own turkeys, so that's always great for both of us. Oh and organic eggs...
but nothing to go with them except brown rice and veggies. And DH is upset that he can't have
cheese.  He wants me to bring rice cheese from home so they can make him an omelette. Oh
and he wants me to also bring him a spelt English Muffin.  I keep laughing at him...If I bring
enough stuff from home, we might as well eat at home... Sometimes it all seems too repetitive
eating out....but then again, eating at home with a picky eater can become even more repetitive.


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You don't have to tell me about picky eaters! I am the QUEEN of picky eaters!


Is that a Warrior thing?



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Bonsoir, Marie!!!

C'est moi, the acadian/Cajun! Oui, nous sommes la meme!
My pere is 0- and my Mere is A+. J'ai besoin de turkey et fish.
If I felt as you do, I would eat lamb every week. Bien sur!
Je l'aime sheep cheese..like you! parce que it digests very well.
Aussi, ne mange pas de les produits laitiers, soulemente yaourt.
I agree that you probably need to eat some lamb! Even duck or goose...they are black dots on my swami.    
Bonne chance... on finding a digestive aid!

Chloe, the Greek restaurant sounds great! At least it gives you a change and a night off! You certainly deserve that!


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Chloe, this is wonderful that you have a place nearby that at least has fresh food and a great approach to cooking it! I know many older people who eat out every day simply because it gets them out of the house and around other people. But I would hate to think that I had to eat at places where the food is not compatible with my diet. Sounds like you have a winner!

Oh, BTW, I got a note tonight from my friend about the enzymes you mentioned, and they have already done their research and are very excited about adding this to their supplements! I plan to order some myself just to have on hand, not only for myself, but for people I know who visit often that have trouble with gluten/dairy. Thanks again!


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Chloe, this is wonderful that you have a place nearby that at least has fresh food and a great approach to cooking it! I know many older people who eat out every day simply because it gets them out of the house and around other people. But I would hate to think that I had to eat at places where the food is not compatible with my diet. Sounds like you have a winner!

Oh, BTW, I got a note tonight from my friend about the enzymes you mentioned, and they have already done their research and are very excited about adding this to their supplements! I plan to order some myself just to have on hand, not only for myself, but for people I know who visit often that have trouble with gluten/dairy. Thanks again!


I'm happy to hear you passed the enzyme info onto your friend

I'm starting to realize that what often seems like an intolerance to a food is likely the enzyme lacking to digest that food. I don't think I could have ever properly healed my gut without digestive
enzymes. I also take Digest Gold before large meals.  



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I did not suspect that I had gluten intolerance (celiac) at all. When I saw the results of my analyses, boy, did that wake me up.

Within fifteen minutes of being "glutenned," my environmental allergies are in full force - watery eyes, sneezing, wheezing, body aches, general malaise, etc. I did not know this before because I was 1, getting a steady dose of it, and 2, on high levels of multiple allergy medications.


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do you have the same reactions also with spelt or emmer or rye Normally when somebody is gluten sensitive... better to stay away from all kinds of gluten's .... and then there are some different treatments allowing to cut down gluten... so far equal if this might be wheat or whatever....gluten was cut down...and no more reactions to expect then ! ....


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