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Aeowyn
Friday, November 5, 2004, 4:20am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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lola,

hummm...  Sounding like a barley substitute for a bowl of soup.  

Thanks!  I'll give it a try.  
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FunkyMonkey
Saturday, November 6, 2004, 1:12am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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whats a linseed mix.  I love barley soup.  I would like to try it.
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heidi
Saturday, November 6, 2004, 1:16am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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It's in Aeowyn's post, fourth paragraph, about a grainy breakfast without grains.  

~   linseed = flaxseed.    
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Funky monkey - I have an 0 in the family who is always in need of a quick breakfast. I just found beef sausage patties at the local grocery store - without avoids! A sliced apple and chocolate soymilk completes the package (My 0 is only 5.)  

Anyway - the helpful point -- take a day to hit all of your local grocery stores and then stick with the one who carries the largest varieties of all your beneficials. Good Luck!
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Josp
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Hi everybody,

I'm new here, and also to the diet. I'm a type O, and I only eat fruit for breakfast. Usually some fresh fruits, and some dried figs, since figs are so beneficial for Os. I went to a lecture some time ago, where they recommended eating only fruit for breakfast, because it is important that the breakfast you eat is totally digested when you eat lunch. The same goes for lunch, which should be "lighter" than the supper in order to give the body the chance to digest it all before throwing down a lot of more food!! it all seemed to make sense to me.

This works great for me. before I changed to the blood type diet I used to eat vanilla yoghurt with strawberries, and cereals. A totally AVOID breakfast I came to realize, but I have had no problem in adjusting to my new beakfast habit.

Cheers,
Johanna
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seem my most recent blog about my STRANGE, but SATISFYING breakfast!

http://www.dadamo.com/bloggers/8/


FRESH START TODAY!!!
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Saturday, December 25, 2004, 5:32am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I just started the diet a few days ago, and am concentrating on avoiding the "poisonous" foods before trying to eat only beneficial foods.  

Rice Chex cereal is alright to eat.  Rice Krispies have corn syrup, but Rice Chex doesn't.  Use soy milk, almond milk, or rice milk instead of dairy.

You can also make "hot cereal" by cooking rice in water.  When it's done cooking, top it with walnuts, dried fruit (figs and prunes are beneficial), soy milk, butter, honey, or whatever else sounds good.  You can make a big batch of rice at the beginning of the week and refrigerate it in individual servings with the condiments already on it.  Then all you have to do is microwave it and go.  Just make sure that there is at least a teaspoon of liquid before microwaving or it will be really dry when you go to eat it.
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allb,
welcome!
it seems like you are already very well informed about your O diet!

hope you get your portions of protein and veggies every day, they realy give us the energy we need!

you seem to be in good shape, and have no weight problems!!!
if I were to have your rice chexs for breakfast, I d be craving sugar all day!!!
but this is what s great about this form of nutrition, it s so individualized, and we all find out what s good for us as we go along!!
throw some ground linseed into your rice, too.
it helps in so many healthy ways!!


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Sabrina Hill
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I like throwing about a table spoon of pine nuts on  my oatmeal. For some reason, I don't even need to sweeten the oatmeal if I do that.
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eubie
Tuesday, December 28, 2004, 1:11am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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This mornin I had a slice of Ezekiel bread with a little almond butter topped with a sliced nanner...ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!
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Ononimel
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Hi there,

Well I am a sweet tooth, I still eat fruit all morning with green tea, sometimes I vary it wirh puffed rice and rice milk with a protien powder added, (Like cocopops but O friendly), but I always make sure lunch contains protien like sardines, any beneficial meat and vegetables, or salad, and a traditional meat and veg dinner with fruit for dessert.

I hope I am doing okay with that.
Love Melissa

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Breakfast for type O?  No thanks!  I'm a predator, not a non-stop feeding prey...
just juice, green tea, or a piece of fruit.
Let your body rest (of food intake) and detox at least for 12 hours a day... and feel the difference.


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carri01
Friday, January 21, 2005, 4:55am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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This may not seem much like breakfast food, but once a week I make a big pot of chili, with ground beef, lots of onions, garlic, tomatoes and a little pinto and black beans.  I eat a bowl every morning to get me going.  I really miss my oatmeal, but the chili is just as filling and starts my day off on the right foot.  It's also nice having it all prepared beforehand so I don't have to think about it too much early in the morning when I'm hungry enough to just eat the first thing in the pantry that I see (or whatever the kids are having.)

Carri
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Carri,
your chili recipe sounds yummy!!

can you share it with us pls?


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Aeowyn
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Carri's chili sounds similar to mine - although I usually eat mine for lunch along with a big salad of mixed greens.

I don't do much measuring - and the spices are to taste anyway - but here's what I use.

ground burger (I've used beef, goat, and elk - all are good)
chopped onion
chopped garlic
tomato sauce and/or canned tomatoes
black beans (these are my favorite beans so they are the only ones I use)
sea salt
paprika
cayenne pepper

Brown the burger along with the onion and garlic – drain the grease and add everything else.  Adjust the seasonings to your own taste.  Sometimes I throw in some other spices like oregano or basil – depends on my mood.
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I am new here, but I thought I would get in on the breakfast chat. I have a protein shake made with pineapple juice and bananas and or blueberries and just green tea sweetened with stevia.
I am wondering if other O's have their children on the diet. I follow it pretty well for my children. Before I read the book I was eating just like a type A should. Does anyone have high cholesterol or other related health problems due to the high level of red meat in the diet?
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carri01
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My chili is pretty much just like Aeown's.  I don't measure anything, really, but use about these amounts:

1 lb ground beef, browned, drained, and rinsed
1 can chopped tomatoes
1/2 onion, chopped
big spoonful of minced garlic (the kind in a jar)
couple shakes of sea salt
a baby spoonful each of cayenne and chili pepper
however much beans --probably a cup and a half--ended up getting soaked over night in filtered water, drained (I've discovered that if you soak the beans in filtered water they cook much better and get softer than if soaked in chlorinated water.)
enough filtered water to just barely cover everything in the pan.

Bring all to boiling and then reduce to simmer for a couple of hours.  If you're from Texas, leave out the beans.


I don't know how you guys can eat just fruit for breakfast.  I wake up ready for breakfast every morning, but if I eat just fruit I'm hungrier in two hours than I would have been if I'd never eaten in the first place.  The same goes with eating a salad or only nonstarchy veggies and protein for lunch.

Betsy-O-
My cholesterol has decreased, as well as general inflamation and joint pain.  I also have much better control over reactive hypoglycemia with more meat and less starch and sugars.  I don't think I eat any more red meat than usual, but it may seem that way because there is so much less starch and sugar.  There may be a greater percentage of protein in the diet now, but I don't think the amount is really any higher.  

My children's father is type AB, which makes my kids either type A or type B, and though they haven't been typed, I'm pretty sure I've got one of each, judging by temperament, allergies, and health problems caused by certain types of food.  And they both refuse to follow any type of diet, but they are teenagers, so what can you do about that?  I do have one who will abstain from milk products now because of stuffiness, but that's as far as I've gotten.  Anyway, don't assume that just because you're an O that your children will be also.  My parents are both type A's, but each is a combination of O and A parents, which is how I ended up an O.  (I was secretly hoping I had really been adopted, but it wasn't to be.  Ha ha!)  
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ty both for the chili recipes!!


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Quoted from cherylhcmba, posted Friday, October 22, 2004, 8:27pm at here
Hi Ximena,
Ghee is clarified butter.  Butter is simmered.  The water evaporates and milk solids are skimmed off after they rise to the top.  It is also commercially available, usually in glass jars instead of sticks.  Spelt bread is different from Ezekiel bread.  Spelt bread is made with spelt flour instead of regular wheat flour.  Ezekiel bread is made with sprouted grains.  The grains may even include wheat that is normally an avoid for Os as an example, but the sprouting process inactivates the harmful lectins.


Cheryl!!   You just made me really excited.... Are you saing that I, as an O, can have Ezekiel bread that contains "organic sprouted wheat, organic sprouted barley, organic malted barley..."??????  Because my mom just bought some Ezekiel bread and it looks way better than the rice flour and spelt flour bread I've been trying to stomach.

You just made my whole day....if anyone can confirm this for me, you made my day too  
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sorry Amai,
O's cant have malt or barley. and if you are a noonie you cant have spelt either. have you tried a rye bread????

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Quoted from rosieb, posted Monday, January 24, 2005, 10:46pm at here
sorry Amai,
O's cant have malt or barley. and if you are a noonie you cant have spelt either. have you tried a rye bread????

rosie


I should have known better than to get excited  .  I haven't tried rye yet because everywhere I look, it's made with wheat flour.  I'm not sure yet if I am a secretor or non yet.

Thanks for the info  
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if you go to type base up the top, you can check what are or avoids for you. assume your a secretor.
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Carri,
My 3 youngest kids are O's, it was on their charts. I was told by a nurse that if the mom is an O they automatically put the babies blood type in the chart.
I have lost weight since eating the O diet. I wasn't fat but I felt a little bloated and my pants fit better. My husband lost about 15 lbs. He was a huge carb eater. My oldest daughter is an A. She won't follow it either. But she hates meat anyway. And fortunately for her, I was a vegetarian for years when she was small. I had no idea!
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Betsy,
pls go to the 'member center' (top right of page) and chose your O avatar, like the rest of us, ty.


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Hello Amai,

you were saying:

"Cheryl!!   You just made me really excited.... Are you saing that I, as an O, can have Ezekiel bread that contains "organic sprouted wheat, organic sprouted barley, organic malted barley..."??????  Because my mom just bought some Ezekiel bread and it looks way better than the rice flour and spelt flour bread I've been trying to stomach.

You just made my whole day....if anyone can confirm this for me, you made my day too   "

Actually you can have Ezekiel bread for the sprouting process destroys the dangerous lectins. Just make sure that there are no "wheat flour" added to it. So, sprouted wheat, sprouted barley, barley malt all OK for you, however, only neutral.

I recommend you to try the Essene (Manna) bread instead, for it is beneficial.

cheers,
Yaman



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