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hope everything looks better tomorrow, Henriette! )

drink lots of water to help flush it all out!


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Thanks Lola
- I feel fine today- but BOY HOW stupid can one be ? I thougt that after 7 years BTD I knew my avoids.....


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we never stop learning, it s only human! )


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Sant_j's New Blog: A Treat for B's...


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You are an excellent writer, exj-j, and I mean that quite sincerely.  I read only a few blogs on the internet as I usually don't have patience with them but yours I do read all the way through.

Do you remember when Meg Ryan got sick after eating cheese in "French Kiss?"  I didn't notice whether she was following it through with wine and fruit, though.  Next time I watch that movie I'll have to observe.
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Oh I get hungry - real comfort food
- and I agree with NHG - I always in enjoy your blogs  


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I love you guys!!!
And thanks for commenting HERE, on the Forum, so I'm relatively sure to actually receive your kind words.

And: There's a New Blog Today, my clan-mates. About another great author...


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woohoo here in stead of me......my mother a B Rh- and also a NONNIE ;) ...bonjour tout le monde


and some wavies to all of halfes of mine ;)

pst.pst..

we are both nonnies but both we are also lactose intolerant...but we seem to be merely descendant from white people ...and Peter wrote about B's with lactose intolerance are mostly   African's so are we now white Africans ;)
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Hi B's! I really do miss y'all.  I'm here quite seldom, and I love our little "yard", hoping to catch up with you.

I do hope you're finding the recent series of Blogs for B's helpful.

True Confession: Eating lots of ice cream lately AND I actually resorted -- for the first time in YEARS!-- to popcorn the other day. I was starving, at someone else's house, and there was, I tell you, NOTHING to eat there.  I popped this cr-p, burned it....it was a lose-lose all the way, but at least I wasn't hungry for awhile afterward.

Oh well.  Stay in touch, clanmates....Moi


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Oh don't tell me you sold out to Orville! The horror! Just doing laundry and getting ready to go spend the weekend in the French Quarter in New Orleans. One of my coworkers is getting married there. Talk about a brave O, getting married on the thirteenth 2 blocks away from where his exgirlfriend is working at a strip club. Trudie my boxer dog is laying nearby totally unaware that she is getting boarded tomorrow. Had to ambush her and drag her into the shower yesterday.

BTW why isn't this a sticky?
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think I did it!
if it wasn t already done before me......lol


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Hi sante-

I truly enjoy your new blogs- they are just so down to earth- common sense -AND very USEFUL

Actually - thre seem to be lot of new Bs around- and plenty of subjects have been discussed.

Im going to a birtsday today- normally they serve a lot of chicken,tomatosalad,smoked salmon and chocolate cake- guess what Ill be eating? - salmon and chocolate cake

Have a nice trip GCG


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Have any of you clever Bees tried Polyvite, Polyflora and Deflect for B's?

DH (you know - B-nonnie ) has taken them for 3 weeks now, and they really don't seem to agree with him. He's majorly bloated and has stomach aches almost every night.

He's had a rumbly stomach for a while, so I put him on Polyflora to help him with that, but it only seems to make it worse...

His diet is so-so-BTD. That means breakfast and dinner is BTD - the rest isn't...

Just wanted to hear if any of you had noticed anything similar.

(I do well on the O-supps myself! )


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I have never tried the deflect - but the rest works fine for me- I did do the low dose due to the cost.

He could be catching a bug... lots are around
or just getting used to them.

However IF he eats some of the really nasty stuff for a b nonnie- he would get problems....
They are much more sensitive than us secs.....

I dont do NAP vitamin products at the moment- cant afford them

I do multi B complex
magnesium
and halibut liveroil ( natur A og D) at the moment

and I seem to be fine- when summer comes Ill change the liveroil to ordinary fish oil ( I never get around all that fish ) and will add some clorella.
I eat homemade or Thieses drnet yoghurt every day- and it seem to keep my stomach in fine shape





































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Quoted from Henriette_Bsec
...I eat homemade or Thieses drnet yoghurt every day- and it seem to keep my stomach in fine shape ...


*slaps forehead* I can't believe I didn't think of this! Of course - I'll give him youghurt in the morning. He's eating his own home made spelt bread with ghee and cheese every morning. (I HAVE told him, that all that starch isn't good for him being nonnie and all...) Time for a change! Thank you SO much, Henriette!

Well - if that doesn't help, I don't know what we'll do!


DH me!


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Henriette, do you drink the B drink in the morning as Dr. D. suggested?  I have used the flax oil for years since I first read about it in Eat Right 4 Your Type.  Recently I substituted olive oil but was not happy with that.  The last two days I have used only the cod liver oil.  So, the drink goes like this:  1 tablespoon oat bran, 1 tablespoon lecithin, 1 tablespoon psyllium and 1 tablespoon cod liver oil in pineapple juice.  What is your formula?  I was wondering whether to also put in fish oil besides the cod liver oil and forget the flax oil altogether.

What do you think?
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Henriette, do you drink the B drink in the morning as Dr. D. suggested? I have used the flax oil for years since I first read about it in Eat Right 4 Your Type. Recently I substituted olive oil but was not happy with that. The last two days I have used only the cod liver oil. So, the drink goes like this: 1 tablespoon oat bran, 1 tablespoon lecithin, 1 tablespoon psyllium and 1 tablespoon cod liver oil in pineapple juice. What is your formula? I was wondering whether to also put in fish oil besides the cod liver oil and forget the flax oil altogether.

What do you think?



No I dont - we cant get the lecihin here- ( or more correct I have only found soy lecithin- and when I tried that 3 years ago- I felt really bad

NHG Is it dark in your area ???
I only eat codliver oil or more correct halibutliveroil( Cant get pure codliveroil here) in the wintertime because I dont get a lot of fatty fish and it is really dark here.
We only get enough vitamin D from sun in june and july !
Ther rest of the year I use regular fishoil ( from salmon9- to get omega 3 - I think as I have said before that I do better with the fish omega 3 than with flax- maybe becourse of my forfathers life at the sea??
I drink homemade pinapplejuice or other juices with my lunch as a dessert when
Im home - I dont do well with to high sugary/carb things in the morning.
I use flaxseeds in bread or on salads- but never the oil- I find it to go stale too fast - it smell like my paint for my windows - with linseedoil

Poly I think he could do worse !!

I rotate with my yoghurt and fruits-
In summertime I might have fruit and cheese instead
Sometimes eggs as well.
In winter I do have oats in the morning if it is really cold or eggs and sausages.
Then I have yoghurt as part of another meal.


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Henriette, thanks for the help.  I believe I will forget about the flax oil from now on and I'll try the salmon oil.  No, it's not that dark here in the winter but there are a lot of overcast days.  However, the suggested levels of vit. D have risen for bone health so I'm not too worried about using cod liver oil year round, now.  I used to be an outdoor person but have changed and find myself indoors more than I should be.  In the cardiology book, Dr. D'Adamo suggests using olive oil instead of flax and that's why I tried that.  I wasn't too keen on that, though.  I think I tried it for one whole week.  
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Just thought that iwould poste this for my B firends - another reason for getting organic dairy / or keeping a cow in the garden

copied from something I wrote in  another thread

Scientist have found out that if they let organic cows eat grass COMBINED with white clover and alfalfa they raise the omega 3 ammount in organic dairy with 100 % - and the milk taste much more creamy.....

They advice that more fields will be sown with a combo of theese herbs and grass
and since organic cows here have to be on grass from april- november( compaired to regular cows that often never sees the sun)- it will mean just another reasons for the Bs ( and abs ) to choose organic milk....


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Hello Heinriette and all the other B's and wannaB's. It is looking like spring is getting closer. My tomato seedlings are allready sprouted and growing on the window ledge. Five weeks or so before time to transplant them outside.

I haven't seen many cows but a field near my parent's house has goats and all the females have little twin goats born in the last week. Cheese, yogurt, and stew on the hoof!
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Lucky you GCG
Here it will be late May before my peppers and tomatoes( for Emma ) will come out.
I have just sown eggplants and peppers in door. Will do some flowers as well.

Winter has finally hit us this weekend..... but they say the snow will turn into sleet/ rain during the day.

By mistake I pulled up an asparagus plant and it had 3 cm long sprouts ( asparagus)
- so if the lukewarm vinter contine Ill get early aspargus.

Baby goats are just so cute ! as all animal children


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Just reviving our little world here, B's, especially for the benefit of Henriette_Bsec who says she's been feeling lonely for B company.

I just had a thought, too, about B and solitude. Elsewhere on the Forum Tomatilla was saying that AB loves solitude, and I am a fool for it! Just wondering where my fellow B's weigh in on this.


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Sure I love solitude- that is why Im not married
It seem to me that most Bs at least the ones around me are independent types that like spending time on their own-AND getting back to the clan
I just felt the odd B- among all the b nonnies.


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nope dearle half of mine, you are more than appreciated here noooo oddness to see around  
 and that thingy about marriage...hmmmm..... better to sleep some night over that thema....(huuuuh you really want to give up you independance ...ready....able...willing
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