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Ribbit
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Oh, no, Girly, you're among friends here.     My children haven't been vaccinated either.  I'm just so thankful I had the knowledge and experience I've had (having worked with children with autism) before having children myself.  I think I've saved us from a lot of heartache, especially with two allergic to eggs.


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Hi, Just wanted introduce myself: I'm a Tasmanian woman, but living in NZ these past 6 years. Am type 0 and RH- & also very low in iron with quite reactive skin. I'm pretty sure I am also a Non-Secretor as I can't eat a lot of the avoid foods.
I bought ER4YT 6-8months ago and it helped me lose over 10lbs without much effort. Since then I have also tried other diets/detoxes. All up I've lost about 40lbs in the last 3yrs - still 20 to go though; sigh...
I've been following these blogs with much interest (particularly appreciate Ribbit sharing re skin sensitivities. The pepper/nightshade thing was like a light bulb turning on for me as my face reacts to so many things but I don't always know what it was; though have identified & eliminated quite a lot)
Can anyone tell me what makes sunflower seeds now an avoid on the BTD? What would happen if I kept eating them(I bought a 20lb sack) and why I can have almonds but not almond milk? I am "allergic" to soy so am now limited to only rice milk...
I like the sound of the genotype diet. Will try my library for a copy first. Can relate to things in Gatherer profile but think I must be a Hunter as its the only one that correlates to my leg/torso length measurements?! I have the ring finger length thing as per Hunter but Gatherer also has that...
Cheers, look 4wd to catching up,
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Possum,
welcome!
You can help the other members of the forum help you by choosing a blood type shield to display beneath your name.

http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?m-1219018887/s-0/#num0
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Possum,

Welcome to the forums!  Almond milk often has thickeners and other ingredients which are to be avoided.  You can make your own almond milk and it will be okay.

I highly recommend the GenoType diet!


ISTJ, BTD since 5/05.  Battling chronic Lyme disease since ~1985.

"Everything is permissible for me, but not everything is beneficial..."  I Corinthians 6:12

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Thanks for both your welcomes and the info on almond milk - that's a relief as I always make my own...
And Happy Birthday Ribbit. I second what everyone was saying earlier. I was drawn to your posts right from day 1 You contribute so much!!
Lola I put in my aviator but not sure how to put in any other details...RH-; Signature etc
Re sunflower seeds and type 0 ???? Does anyone have any thoughts? I wondered if maybe I could just use a few each day? Don't really wanna waste nearly $200. I used to make my own flour (sunflower) and out of convenience and laziness, practically lived on sunflowers and almonds all day (and eggs, until last few months)while on the road, until I recently gave up being a sales rep.
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http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?m-1219018887/s-0/#num0

follow the instructions.....

typebase has all food values


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And Happy Birthday Ribbit. I second what everyone was saying earlier. I was drawn to your posts right from day 1 You contribute so much!!


Gee....thanks.

About sunflower seeds....If you look at the top of the screen you'll see TYPEbase Food Values.  Click on it and look up whatever food you're wondering about.  Dr. D explains many of the reasons why the foods are rated beneficial, neutral or avoid.  For Type O:  Contains lectin or other agglutinin.

$200 is a lot to just give up.  Do you know anybody who would buy them from you?  An option is to go ahead and use them up.  I do that every time I change my diet.  I finish up what I've got of the old stuff and start on the new as I can, unless I can find somebody else to eat it.


ISTJ, BTD since 5/05.  Battling chronic Lyme disease since ~1985.

"Everything is permissible for me, but not everything is beneficial..."  I Corinthians 6:12

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