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Henriette Bsec
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My diet is basically like this.

7.00     Egg on toast
9.00     Tortilla
11.00     Fruit
13.00     Tortilla
15.00     Fruit
17.00     Dinner
19.00     Smoothie
21.00     Tortilla

Tortillas are the quinoa-spelt tortillas from "Eat Right..........." They`re filled with whatever I feel like. This usually means meat sallad and home made yoghurt dressing or maybe sallad and marinated feta of some sort. They`re so great. I have them in there freezer and they defrost in room temperature in like five minutes. I`m heavy on things like parsley, basil and cilantro, too.  

All meals have the addition of raw veggies and fresh juices. Sometimes I just have some cereal instead, which consists of some spelt flakes, crushed oat and quinoa, valnuts and some dried fruit like cranberries, apricots and/or bananas.

I`m not a slave to it. I change things around, but size and time is about the same.
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I'm an a, but I tend to have the same type pattern as you all.  I do best on 4 meals a day, three main meals, earlier in the day and then a light snack at night, I normally like to eat 'dinner' between 3-5 and then I just eat light at night.  Gotta say banana and almond butter sounds pretty good, might have that tonight

with some cinnamon or course

sometimes I just eat some avocado at night or an egg yolk with veggies and ny

I let my menu vary according to how I feel but I make sure I don't go longer than 4 hours w/o eating or I get too hungry

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oddos, That seems like a lot of grain servings in one day, 3 tortillas and toast plus any unlisted grain with dinner or whatever. You might consider trying to reduce the amount of grains you are eating particularly if you are trying to lose weight.


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oddos, That seems like a lot of grain servings in one day, 3 tortillas and toast plus and unlisted grain with dinner or whatever. You might consider trying to reduce the amount of grains you are eating particularly if you are trying to lose weight.


My breads are very high in protein. Besides, you haven`t how they look when filled or what I have for dinner. Trust me I know what I`m doing.

I`m not really trying to loose weight. Just trying to keep my energy level and not loose muscle. I also love eating this way. It`s like having my favourite snack all day long, and it`s healthy and makes me feel great as well.
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I'm sorry. I didn't mean to offend you. Many members post their diets in order to get feedback from others. I am sorry if I incorrectly assumed that you would welcome comments.

I was just trying to indicate that the number of servings of grain that you are eating is a lot more than the BTD recommended 5-9 servings a week for a type B+ secretor and one less serving per week for a type B- secretor. However, the BTD is about individuality so if diet works for you that is OK.


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No prob. I`m not offended. Just pointing out the variables if anyone is curious.
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no structure here either ...but eating that late makes me feel .....prefere to drink my teas instead .... until my belly is gurgeling ......because if I eat that late I'll get fat also as quick as I might ...so far
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 Thank goodness for this forum! At last I understand a little more about my food needs. I simply cannot sleep without a little something in my stomach. I am struggling with weight (I have since childhood) and my Dr. said NO SNACKS...3 meals a day, PERIOD!!! I tried to explain that I literally hurt in my stomach without something there. She is very nice but I think she thinks that I am nuts. Oh well...
 My biggest problem is I often run out the door without a snack and then find myself in a real problem. I do brown bag when working, but misc. errands will set me back. I think that I need to put together some snacks in ready to go bags. Are walnuts, almonds, raisins good choices? I know the books say that nuts are not as good for B's but they are portable protein sources. I also thought string cheese (the pure mozzarella) would be a good choice.
 I also love hot milk with ginger and honey at night. I thought I was the only one to drink such a combination.
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Breakfast, preferably with plenty of protein, is very important if you are trying to lose weight. That gets your metabolism started early in the day and will help keep cortisol low.


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K1204, the hot milk with ginger and honey sounds really good to me.  Is this conducive to a good night's sleep, by any chance?   I need hints how to produce deep sleep.
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Hi New Hampshire Girl! I have REAL problems with getting a good night's sleep (I sleep like the dead but wake up feeling I've been fighting someone all night long), but I do find that the milk, ginger, honey mix helps. I am at the point I can skip the honey since I LOVE ginger. Let me know what you think of it!

 Oh, by the way, high protein in the morning...does that mean eggs, etc. I am not much of a heavy breakfast eater but I have been making a smoothie with pineapple juice, flaxseed oil, lecithin, banana, yogurt and strawberries. I figure it is kind of like the metabolizer drink Dr. Dadamo recommends. Does that seem good or should I add something else?

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Kat -Sounds really yummi- will try that tonight

You could add some B protein powder to raise the protein.

I don┤t eat eggs every day
- sometimes I just have cheese, veggies and grapes- maybe ricecakes.
OR yoghurt with walnuts and fresh fruit- however if I opt for the latter - I make sure to bring some protein for my midmorning snack.


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Okay!  You have me convinced k1204 to try milk, ginger and honey this very night!  I'll let you know if it works.
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Been a little while since someone posted on here, but I just wanted to say that if, for whatever reason, I can't eat when hungry, I totally panic too.  I've heard other B's talk about this so it's nice to know others feel that way too!    Eating protein right before bed and upon waking is the only way I feel "ok".  Need to get secretor status tested asap.
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Hi Julie
welcome-
I felt so relieved wheni found out that I was not the only one with this panic.....
Good to meet other B┤s


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