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Tuesday, October 10, 2006, 7:21pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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When I sent my secretor test to the lab I was hoping to be a secretor since I love melons and popcorn as well as some wheat grains. (I've never had lamb so that didn't tempt me much)
I came back a secretor and was looking through the list. I would much rather be a non. They get to drink beer!! and eat tomatoes!! Why didn't anyone tell me? I would have been wishing to be a nonnie.
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Aw, shucks, Page.  If you were only a nonnie I could bring over my Guinness and we could chat over drinks.  I'm so sorry.  
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we didn t want to spoil the party! lol


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Tuesday, October 10, 2006, 8:00pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Yep, being a nonnie is good!!   Sorry, but you'll learn to live with it.  
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Yep Page...that's  how it took me too. Don't worry it kind of (has to!) grows on you. Best advice is - don't look at their lists!!!


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Tuesday, October 10, 2006, 9:07pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Quoted from janet
Best advice is - don't look at their lists!!!



So true. I'm really jealous of the Os. I can't look at their list without crying.

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Tuesday, October 10, 2006, 11:52pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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There are a number of O's around here somewhere who would be willing to trade with you.  We'll look the other way, and you can show up with a new shield!  



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Wednesday, October 11, 2006, 12:59am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Hi everyone, I have been very sick with pneumonia,also they found a something on my right lung so more test, I also found out that i have allergies to everything / milk(cow)wheat,corn,peanut(nut trees) soybean, pork,beef,fish(shell)egg Whole, so so sad Chocolate, now i have to see a registered dietitian, would this mean IM a nonnie? Thanks for any help I so sick of feeling Like crapp .By registered Sharon
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There are a number of O's around here somewhere who would be willing to trade with you.  We'll look the other way, and you can show up with a new shield!  


If I had to trade it would be with a B.  

Debra



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Quoted from mySharona
Hi everyone, I have been very sick with pneumonia,also they found a something on my right lung so more test, I also found out that i have allergies to everything / milk(cow)wheat,corn,peanut(nut trees) soybean, pork,beef,fish(shell)egg Whole, so so sad Chocolate, now i have to see a registered dietitian, would this mean IM a nonnie? Thanks for any help I so sick of feeling Like crapp .By registered Sharon


The secretor test is the most accurate, I'm told.

Debra



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Wow, sharona,
I'm so sorry you have been sick.  When the lungs are affected, it seems to just hit the hardest.  I've never had pneumonia, but pre-blood type diet, I probably had chronic bronchitis 1/2 the time.

Try to not overwhelm yourself any more than is necessary.  I have a feeling that a lot of your allergy list is already on your avoid list.  Why don't you make a list of blood type compliant foods and just draw a line (for now) in pencil, through all the foods that you tested positive for.  That way you will be able to concentrate on foods that are only on your BTD acceptable list, and eat nothing that you are allergic to at the same time.

People frequently share that foods they used to be allergic to gradually stop bothering them after they have stabilized their health through following their beneficials and frequent neutrals very consistently.  

I also recommend that you use Dr. D's protocols for Allergy control and also the Pulmonary Support for your blood type.

You may well be a nonnie.  It's especially helpful with chronic illness to get tested and fine tune your diet for the sake of getting well.



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Quoted from debra


If I had to trade it would be with a B.  

Debra



Me too! That way I would still get to eat meat!  


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Debra and OSuzanna,
You are both the Greatest!

But I just couldn't  trade.  I have to have my yogurt everyday!  



Normal day, let me be aware of the treasure you are.
Let me not pass you by in quest
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~Mary Jean Irion

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...I have been very sick with pneumonia, also they found a something on my right lung so more test...


Who knows how it might affect your allergies - but for lung problems try African Sea Coconut Cough Mixture from your local asian market. I've met several people over the years whom swear by this - one with real serious lung issues.




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Well...You can still eat the classic chicken, rice, veg,  of the A diet...(soup, soup, ahhh) and to eat bread and popcorn...? would I trade? hmmmmm, tempting, but I would still hold out for a trade with B, (for the cheeeese, grommet!)
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Quoted from Schluggell


Who knows how it might affect your allergies - but for lung problems try African Sea Coconut Cough Mixture from your local asian market. I've met several people over the years whom swear by this - one with real serious lung issues.


Sounds amazing!



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My nutritional practioner recommended Standard Process Pneumotrophin and large doses of  Vitamin E when I had pneumonia.  Of course that was pre-BTD, but the phlem really got chased out of the lungs when I took the Pneumotrophin...


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What is Pneumotrophin?



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You can look it up on Standard Process website.

Here are the ingredients: Proprietary Blend: 182 MG Bovine lung PMG™ extract and magnesium citrate. Other Ingredients: Calcium lactate, cellulose, and calcium stearate.


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Thanks Don.  I had a friend who took their PMG formula for Spleen when he had a ruptured spleen.  It can be an effective treatment.



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I am using a wide variety of their products as prescribed by my doctor.


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Quoted from Schluggell
Who knows how it might affect your allergies - but for lung problems try African Sea Coconut Cough Mixture from your local asian market. I've met several people over the years whom swear by this - one with real serious lung issues.


would this still be adviseable to use for BTs other than A nonnie?  would the fact that it's a great 'supp/med' for lung issues outweigh the avoid status?  



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Here is a site that lists the ingredients for African Sea-Coconut Cough Syrup. I am not sure anything in it is definitely an avoid. However, there are several items that I never seen any BTD info about.

Tincture of ipecac
Squill
Wild Cherry Syrup B.P.
Extract Glycyrrhiza Liq. = some form of licorice extract
Quoted from Tolu syrup
"Balsam of tolu is obtained from the trunk of Myroxylon Toluifera, . . . a tree indigenous to New Granada. . . . Its preparations are used principally for their expectorant action in cases in which the mucus is tenacious and removed with difficulty by coughing . . . Used in cough mixtures as a flavouring agent and as a mild expectorant." (BPC)


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HA!!! I thought it had 'land' coconut in it. .  Didn't notice it was sea-coconut. Never heard of it. Wonder which of those ingred is the sea-coconut. Lemme research that.........................hmmmmmmmm..........got nothin'.  



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