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TJ
Thursday, April 24, 2008, 1:23pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Quoted from carolinagirl
No I haven't been tested for the secreter status.  I'm in secreter denial b/c if I test that I am a non-secreter I think my food content will go down even more.  Like meat and water right? (JK) Is it really THAT big a deal about the secreter status?


Secretor status is a big deal if you are a nonnie!  If it turns out that you are an O-nonnie, yes, your diet will be even more limited, but only because it needs to be!  Think of it like this: you might be a non-secretor, but if you don't test, you won't know.  Not knowing won't change whether or not you are a secretor, it just deprives you of an important piece of information.

O is actually a recessive gene: to be a type O, you need an O from both mom and dad.  Your husband's parents could both be As, making it most likely that their children would be As, but if they both have the recessive O, your husband could have gotten it from both.

As far as adrenal fatigue diet recommendations go: if a certain food is to be avoided on either diet, you probably should avoid it, even if it's beneficial on the other diet.
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There is a "Fatigue" BTD book.  It may help.  The blood types are not recessive.  You have to have been given it from your parents.  So when you say your husband was an O and the rest were A's, I think one of his parents had to be an O.  Although, I could be wrong about that because O's are the universal blood type.  Someone can confirm or deny if I'm right.  I think if you follow the BTD, it should help your adrenals correct themselves.  I could be wrong about that too, but I think it's been helping me in my fatigue.


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Also, I was wondering, does your bear have adrenal fatigue? he's been pushing himself along on his front for ages now, it kinda reminds me of how I feel when I get up in the morning and have to force myself out of the house to go to work.


yeah, this is what adrenal fatigue makes you feel like!! getting up at 4AM was THE hardest thing I did all day! getting up at 6AM, same thing. If I can sleep in until 8, I feel so much better, it's amazing.
Ron, are you keeping IceBear for your screen/forum name? I likey!!     Sorry to hear he's fatigued



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ABNoWay,

There are two ways to be a type A: AA alleles or Ao alleles.  The only way to be a type O is to have oo alleles, i.e. the O gene from both parents.  So that means, probably no O to fill out your family, since you can only give A or B to your children!
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Is it really THAT big a deal about the secreter
status?

http://www.dadamo.com/knowbase/newbie/1.htm
last lesson speaks about secretor status


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ABNoWay,

There are two ways to be a type A: AA alleles or Ao alleles.  The only way to be a type O is to have oo alleles, i.e. the O gene from both parents.  So that means, probably no O to fill out your family, since you can only give A or B to your children!


I thought so.  My little saying at the bottom of my posts are there for fun.  Meaning we'd have a rounded out family then.  We could adopt and get one.  Could you imagine that.  "What kind of child are you looking for?"  "A type O"  



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Well I just finished the Genotype book.  It appears that both my husband and I are Gatherers and living in the south I screamed and literally jumped for joy to see my precious Black Tea on the beneficial list as well as chocolate.

As far as blood type, I'm guessing both his parents had recessive O Genes.  I pulled his military record just to be sure and he is O-.  Both his parents spend much time at doctors offices so when they say they're A I believe them.

Thanks for all the information, I guess I need to go over to the Genotype Diet now and start reading there.  

Carolinagirl


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It's great that you are both the same Genotype, will make things a bit easier for you - yay!  And yay again for Tea and Chocolate woo hoo too!


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I like to walk also, sometimes I just feel like walking miles around the city but people don't seem to do that much anymore.  Cuddling would be nice to, haven't done that is a while.  
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