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jacekk
Saturday, March 10, 2007, 7:19pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Quoted from ironwood55
My suggestion is you follow the BTD recommendations and don't worry about carb, fat, and protein amounts or ratios. It works and it is a lot easier.

Besides what blood type is your body builder friend? My guess is he is probably a type O.


My friend is "A" .

I Follow BTD diet and try to go with some sport algorythm diet because when you do some sports you require few more calories (base on your training type and cycle)  than others. Every one is individual (heigt, wieght etc.) so you reaquire different ammount of fat , carbo and protein. That is why I am asking . Am  right or wrong ?  
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Saturday, March 10, 2007, 7:54pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Quoted from ISA-MANUELA
sorry dearle, are you sure that those products are the right-one of Peter's downline

but must sya the ingredients arent' that bad with those amounts of aminoacids, that sounds good
about *stevia* this I think is ok only neutral for AB's secretors, but we don't know if you are a nonnie or a sechi ...so far if you don't get the feeling of might be you are a secretor, if you are a nonnie,
don't wonder it that stuff just - you  

another demand, please, don't do the error and confond O's and AB's ability for sports and don't be if that won't work exactly the same for you as for your friend, therefore we might be quicker and sharper in mental things  
hey ...man...good work go on this way and you feel better and better


about alternative suplements I mentioned

Ingredients:
Beta-carotene    1.20  mg
Vitamin E    10.00  mg
Vitamin C    60.00  mg
Vitamin B1    1.40  mg
Vitamin B2    1.60  mg
Vitamin B6    2.00  mg
Vitamin B12    1.00  mcg
Inositol    20.00  mg
PABA (para-amino-benzoic acid)    5.00  mg
Biotin    40.00  mcg
Pantothenic acid    5.00  mg
Folic acid    100.00  mcg
Rutin    4.00  mg
Citrus bioflavonoid    4.00  mg
Quercetin    5.00  mg
Betaine HCl    10.00  mg
Iodine    50.00  mcg
Calcium    100.00  mg
Iron    5.00  mg
Magnesium    80.00  mg
Copper    0.50  mg
Zinc    80.00  mg
Chromium    30.00  mcg
Selenium    40.00  mcg
Manganese    1.00  mg
Potassium    20.00  mg
Molybdenum    80.00  mcg
Boron    50.00  mcg
Vanadium    100.00  mcg
Nickel    30.00  mcg
L-glutathione    5.00  mg
L-Cysteine    10.00  mg
Bromelain    25.00  mg
Red grape skin extract    10.00  mg
Green tea leaf extract    10.00  mg
Licorice root    5.00  mg
Celery leaf    50.00  mg
Broccoli    20.00  mg
Garlic    50.00  mg
Cranberry    20.00  mg
Niacinamide    18.00  mg
Choline bitartarate    20.00  mg
Silicium    1.00  mg

Can You tell me if there are some ingriedents that should be avoided ?
 
As regards my body builder friend and ratio algorythm: he is "A" and this lagorithm is for individul as well depending on your typ of life style, type of excersise, Weight and eg. trianing if its is wieght reducing or body building or others. I don't do body building because it isn't the way I woul'd follow, body building for mi is too boring. I need to do few different dynamic sports because I easylly get bored. I need constantlly changes not to state at one place.

Sweetener : what would you recommend as neutral ?

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ISA-MANUELA
Saturday, March 10, 2007, 10:38pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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hmm, I didn't saw any contradictoires in there, but you might take minim. 2x1 daily especially if you are going for harder workouts, would say even more
sweetener; = let me heared something about agave nectar, I never tried this personally...but seems to be ok for all types

and I apologize I thought that your friend was an O ...so you are both in the same case, don't drain you too much please you might eat similar, but it seems that you will be in need of more proteins, so I'd go for proteinsdrink  
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Quoted from jacekk
My friend is "A" .

Is he following the BTD? Why would you follow his advice versus the BTD?

Quoted from jacekk
I Follow BTD diet and try to go with some sport algorythm diet because when you do some sports you require few more calories (base on your training type and cycle)  than others. Every one is individual (heigt, wieght etc.) so you reaquire different ammount of fat , carbo and protein. That is why I am asking . Am  right or wrong ?  

The point is the BTD works and doesn't require you to deal with counting carbs, fats, and protein. That is a lot of extra work and hassle. Why bother with it when you can just generally follow the BTD recommendations.

I agree we are all different and have to adjust the BTD to our body's requirements and exercise will influence that. If you are more active then the BTD exercise recommendations for your type, then up you protein recommendations a little bit.

If you find the serving sizes and frequency recommendations are not sufficient to supply you with enough calories, because you are losing weight or lack energy then one approach is to just up the serving sizes and/or frequency recommendations in all food categories proportionally.

If you want to count calories go ahead and do it.


FIFHI; ISTP;
Started BTD 3/2002, with 2 O- secretor teenage sons
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marianne
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I have an awful habit of remembering a fact without remembering the source I heard or read it from but perhaps it is worth repeating anyway:

Stevia is somehow connected to infertility in men.  

Please correct me if I am misquoting or just plain wrong, but if there's a chance it is true, it would be important to let everyone know about it.
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jacekk
Sunday, March 11, 2007, 1:28pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Quoted from ironwood55

Is he following the BTD? Why would you follow his advice versus the BTD?


The point is the BTD works and doesn't require you to deal with counting carbs, fats, and protein. That is a lot of extra work and hassle. Why bother with it when you can just generally follow the BTD recommendations.

I agree we are all different and have to adjust the BTD to our body's requirements and exercise will influence that. If you are more active then the BTD exercise recommendations for your type, then up you protein recommendations a little bit.

If you find the serving sizes and frequency recommendations are not sufficient to supply you with enough calories, because you are losing weight or lack energy then one approach is to just up the serving sizes and/or frequency recommendations in all food categories proportionally.

If you want to count calories go ahead and do it.


My "A" friend just started with BTD so he needs more practice with that.

If you find the serving sizes and..... Yeah this what am I saying, yes this is rather more "tool" for addjasting proportion and frequency of food than diet - it is very flexible. Normally I follow more or less as D.Adamo procedure "AB" says (proper source of protein, fat and carbo- that is importatnt, and I do my best and do not eat high processed food- that is obvies I'd say). And my qustion was regarding rather freq and portions P,F,C in every meal base on my indyviduality. My "A" friends follows thoroughly different diet dan me because he is body builder hoever he try to adopt BTD and he says that despite the fact he is "A" body building doesn't bother in any thing and he feels excellent . As I said I do more dynamic sports so I need some kind of mechanism that helps me improve results etc.....

BTW I study a lot and carrefully BTD diet and try to find as much benefits as possible  

Many thanks for discusion

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Quoted from marianne
I have an awful habit of remembering a fact without remembering the source I heard or read it from but perhaps it is worth repeating anyway:

Stevia is somehow connected to infertility in men.  

Please correct me if I am misquoting or just plain wrong, but if there's a chance it is true, it would be important to let everyone know about it.


Well , scientists say that stevia is ver healthfull and cure many diseases like hihg blood preasure, diabetes, helps in flew, weight loose etc.. Has no callories or just few. One small spoon of can sweeten 1 liter of water.
"Stevia is somehow connected to infertility in men."   I didn,t found anything about that  
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