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san j
Thursday, January 14, 2010, 11:32pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Thanks for the half-B contribution!


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Sharon
Thursday, January 14, 2010, 11:35pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I have B envy!
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san j
Thursday, January 14, 2010, 11:40pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Quoted from Sharon
I have B envy!


Sharon: Quick! Go to my new thread: AB Personality! It's your special hangout!



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I can relate to what Sharon said about her B family.  I'm always on time and I think of myself as being dependable.  As far as stress goes I take time out when I feel overwhelmed.  But sometimes I'm pretty cool when an emergency happens, such as my oven catching on fire because the pumpkin pies were spilling all over the oven.  All I said was, "Oh for Pete's sake!" as I reached for the baking soda and poured some in the oven.  It was a mess to clean up afterwards but I remained calm as the smoke detectors were blaring all around.  
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san j
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You Go Girl! And thanks for showing up, NH Girl: Another blast from the past for me


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TJ
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My dad and I are both B's, and it's a family joke that we can't get anywhere on time!
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dettetynik
Sunday, March 21, 2010, 2:06am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Can anybody pls tell me how do i join the B group forum, I cant seem to find only B Group.
I am new and find it difficult to read all the other groups is there one for only B groups.
Please email me a link to dettetynik@live.com
I am scared I will not be able to find this page again
Also is there a natural product we can use to wash our fruit and veggies with before we use it?
Thanks so much

Bernadette
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Lola
Sunday, March 21, 2010, 7:45am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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you are right inside the B forum
actually titled B and Individuality II
I suggest you read all, starting from page 1


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gulfcoastguy
Thursday, March 25, 2010, 12:46am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Quoted from TJ
My dad and I are both B's, and it's a family joke that we can't get anywhere on time!


In my family the B's are allways on time and the O's are allways late.
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Thursday, March 25, 2010, 5:54am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Hi All,

I just saw Lola reference this page on the Genotype list.  I hadn't see it before.  I am B+, non-secretor, non-taster, Nomad getting ready to sign up for SWAMI later this week.  I did BTD for at least 11 years before starting GTD last year.  Until two weeks ago I was lead to believe I was a secretor after the blood test and saliva test conflicted, so I ate as a secretor.  GTD has been more helpful.  Look forward to SWAMI.
Gayle
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Hi!  I've just found and started the BTD (in my 3rd week). I don't know my secretor status yet, waiting to get the test.  I would have to say that chicken and popcorn (yes, popcorn, I love(d) it) seemed to be all I ate for the longest time, so it's been a bit challenging to go cold turkey (at least I can have turkey!).  I'm also having trouble with the whole avoiding wheat thing -- it seems to be in EVERYTHING.

But I am very curious how my body will respond by adhering to BTD.  So I am trying to be as compliant as possible  (but oh man, popcorn is whispering my name....)

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Lola
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like withdrawal!!
hang in there, it will get easier!


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san j
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Calling all B's: A poem especially for us on my Blog today. Just a quick impressionist tableau, while I'm in profound poetry mode.

Also, Hi drbygrrl. This is the B bulletin board, as it were. Welcome aboard   ok, so it wasn't funny.


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Prety cool - loved it  


ENFP -naturalist, visual/spatial and musical/verbal/chatty Dane- Mother to DD Emma age 19,
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Shelley
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Whew~just finished reading this whole blog from page 1 as Lola suggested above!  It took a little while but I did it.  I also read both LR4YT and the GenoType Diet in the last couple of weeks.  The SWAMI looks interesting, but that will have to wait.  The diets aren't majorly different than how I was already eating, so it isn't too difficult.  I am just paying closer attention to additives like Carrageenan.  There are several things I have given up though: lentils, avocados, tomatoes, and chicken!   I thought I was going to have to give up my organic extra virgin coconut oil after reading LR4YT but thankfully the GT6 Nomad says it is a superfood!  I haven't given up coffee yet, but I am drinking more green tea.  

I have started taking sublingual B12 again, and it makes such a big difference in my sleep!  I want to take supplements Dr. D recommends, but I have to figure a way to do that more economically.  I wondered about taking once a day instead of twice a day?

San J~your 'B' poem is really nice !


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Lola
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once a day sounds good.....your body will let you know what you need with time


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Thanks, Lola, I think I will do that.  I also considered taking some of them individually.  I found several of the recommended supps very inexspensive.  But, they still add up, and, then there would be the hassle of taking so many.

Have a great day!


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I knew it ! I am a non secretor and even though I have been feeling much better I am excited about how much better I will be feeling now that I can cut  out the Secreter foods I have been having eg Cheddar Cheese, Parmesan, Potatoes and Sugar...  and welcome back the things I have missed eg tomatoes, pumpkin.. even though these are neutral foods and not beneficial it will be nice to open up eating habits. I found tomatoes very hard to to avoid..they are in a lot of casseroles etc

Even though its not ideal to be a non secreter I always felt that I was.

Can I ask apart from the above.. what are some big differences in B secreter vs non secreter.

Also how come we have to avoid Soy Beans, Tofu, Miso but can have Soy milk? not that I am complaining i love my soy hot chocs but i thought that was strange.

Any help as always would be great.

E x


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http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?m-1130191808/s-443/#num443
you already have an important B thread going, but no worries, I ve already merged you
I suggest you read it, and find out many more things on your individuality


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Elisha
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Hey Lola

I started a Calling all B's thread a few weeks ago.. I couldnt see it on the forum page so I started a new one.
Is there anyway I can go back to that original thread and post this new reply?


"Do what you want and say what you will because those that matter won't mind and those that mind don't matter" - Dr Zeuss
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Quoted from Elisha
welcome back the things I have missed eg tomatoes, pumpkin..
I'd still not overindulged in these!  I'm also a nonnie B, and my SWAMI tells me to avoid tomatoes if it's ran as Nomad or Explorer.  Personally, my gut feels more settled when I leave them alone.
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On the Nomad diet, soymilk, pumpkins and tomatoes are toxins, and I already knew that I feel better without them!    



Normal day, let me be aware of the treasure you are.
Let me not pass you by in quest
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I havent done my SWAMI i dont really know anything about it. Is that something that I need to do if I am going to do the BTD as opposed to the GTD ?

This is all very confusing.. to be honest

E  


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depending on your issues, you might want to check the healthseries BTD books if you are going to follow the BTD guidelines.......those are targeted and very easy to follow, together with the given protocols in the books
check out all the titles available
http://www.4yourtype.com/products.asp?dept=19


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