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MileHighRob
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(sounding of the drums) ...




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I'm doing so well on the BT/diabetes protocol I question whether or not I might actually be a secretor, after all.  Although my early life (infantry, childhood, adolescence, early adulthood, mid adulthood) say otherwise.

  
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Don't forget to add an extra day due to the Independence Day holiday.  


Every morning create your day.  If you don't, life will for you!

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Quoted from DenverFoodie
Don't forget to add an extra day due to the Independence Day holiday.  

Yes, I remembered that but I figured I'd check again anyway.

Much to my surprise, the results are in...

Beating of the drum begins.

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Maybe I should have taken up the first bet offered.  Color me shocked:



Really surprised.  I guess you'll have to keep that exclusive club house seat warm for someone else.  
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I was surprised when mine said that as well...  
It told me that I had all of my problems due to previous injuries and wrong food intake.  I have been eating right and healing to relieve the issues.  It seems to be working, although not always comfortable...


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Yeah, I would have thought you were a nonnie also.  
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Just like Gomer Pyle said on The Andy Griffith Show.

           "Surprise Surprise Surprise"
                                


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lol... that's funny
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now you know why you ve been doing so well!!


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Quoted from Lola
now you know why you ve been doing so well!!

That was my first thought after the initial shock.  
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Wow, Rob!

I'm wondering why my results aren't in. I sent my sample in just before you did!   


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Quoted from cajun
Wow, Rob!

I'm wondering why my results aren't in. I sent my sample in just before you did!   


Shipping companies are such wonderful things...  I hope it got there OK.  I don't remember, was there a tracking number on the package you sent?


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Welcome to secretorhood Rob!!  




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Thanks Cristina.  I noticed we ate a lot of the same foods and had similar habits.  Test results sure explain things now.  
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Well surprise surprise I am!!
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Quoted from cajun
Wow, Rob!

I'm wondering why my results aren't in. I sent my sample in just before you did!   

OK now I find myself questioning the lab.  

They received it on the 30th and completed the analysis three days later on the 3rd, a Saturday before a national holiday?  There's no lapse in time for the holiday whatsoever.  

Is it normal to receive your lab results in five days with a holiday included in the that time span?  

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Glad to hear that you are a secretor Rob.  We'll just keep the seat warm for someone else...but you can visit anytime.

Debra


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Quoted from MileHighRob

OK now I find myself questioning the lab.  

They received it on the 30th and completed the analysis three days later on the 3rd, a Saturday before a national holiday?  There's no lapse in time for the holiday whatsoever.  

Is it normal to receive your lab results in five days with a holiday included in the that time span?  


They probably wanted to process as many tests as possible before the long weekend.  Hopefully cajun has verified when the lab received the sample.


Every morning create your day.  If you don't, life will for you!

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MileHighRob
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Doesn't appear they took a long weekend if they processed on Sat and delivered results on Monday.  Although I'm going with it.  It seems like the SEC diet has been working well for me anyway.  It just makes me question all the countless illnesses from infantry throughout adulthood.  
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Hi guys...
Yes, I have my tracker but elected to hear by mail So....I am gone fishing...literally..for a few days with my dad so will let you know when I return.
I bet Rob was a nonnie and I was a secretor...watch it all be the other way around!


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Quoted from cajun
Hi guys...
Yes, I have my tracker but elected to hear by mail So....I am gone fishing...literally..for a few days with my dad so will let you know when I return.
I bet Rob was a nonnie and I was a secretor...watch it all be the other way around!

Enjoy your trip.  Hope your Dad catches enough for everyone's dinner!


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Quoted from cajun
Hi guys...
Yes, I have my tracker but elected to hear by mail...

Well, that certainly explains the delay.
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Thanks, Joe! We did catch some good sized catfish(YUK) and Bass! Very hot 40 miles north of Yuma/Algodones...and an earthquake thrown in the mix!
The good news is when we got home my secretor status was in the mailbox!
I am a secretor. No more bets, huh Rob?
Now I need to save for SWAMI!


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Ok...I don't know if I am A1 or A2..just assuming...but I couldn't put my secretor status on my avatar without it!?


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