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Dr. D
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The significant variations in APO-B48 and IAP seen between the ABO blood groups are some of the strongest indications for the long term benefit of a low-fat diet in blood group A, both with regard to the susceptibility to cardiovascular disease, and (although not mentioned here) their additional susceptibility to cancer.


http://n-equals-one.com/blogs/2010/10/18/fats-blood-groups-and-the-intestines/


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So lowering our fat intake is better for our gut and cancer susceptibility, but how do we feed our brains?  Fish oils?

(P.S.  Your picture on the n=1 blog is great.  Also, when I told Rob the name of the blog, he cracked up.  He chuckled, chortled, guffawed, and otherwise expressed amusement for an unreasonably long time. )


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This is very interesting reading material for me as I try to understand what is best for my Type A husband. He repeatedly crave for fat food as he was brought up on steaks and french fries. It is extremely hard to make him eat a salad. But if you have a steak on the table he'd gobble it up in no time. Sometimes I'd offer him compliant meat (he being a nonnie can take more) such as goose, chicken, turkey and even NZ lamb. He also would eat sardines but only the Portuguese type in tomato sauce--alas, our supermarket seems to have stopped importing them totally. I wish he would eat more fatty fish like salmon and tuna, which are beneficial for him. But because of his upbringing (living some years in Greenland where it smelled of salmon all over the place), he's had enough of salmon and can't even stand the smell.

Anyhow, Dr D, I'd like to read more about Type A2--the cross between A and O. I have read that some Scandinavians belong to this type. Also, don't Scandinavians have more lactose, thus allowing them to digest milk/dairy products even if they are Type A's? My husband, being a Viking  , *seems* to digest dairy and meat alright. If possible, I'd like to have him take a test to check if he is indeed an A2. If so, then we can end this struggle of me trying to make him follow a strict Type A diet.




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I would separate OIL from fats.. !   ???? Oil is OK yes?  

I use one stick of butter every 2 month.. olive oil all other times.. I put olive oil in a spray bottle .. makes smaller portions for lets say 2 eggs.. a table spoon oil for all meals.

great read - I now can send to my O friend..


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BAllet- I wonder if your DH is an Exploerer. If so, then beef is fine for him.


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Quoted from Goldie
I would separate OIL from fats.. !   ???? Oil is OK yes?  

I use one stick of butter every 2 month.. olive oil all other times.. I put olive oil in a spray bottle .. makes smaller portions for lets say 2 eggs.. a table spoon oil for all meals.

great read - I now can send to my O friend..



Goldie where is the ghee in your diet? loose the butter and make some ghee, it will increase your health rather then deplete it.


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Oil is fat, isn't it?


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Oil is fat, isn't it?


Yes.

Typically people refer to a fat as oil if it is liquid at room temperature, but it is still fat even if we call it an oil.





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IS there a  WORD SEARCH for this blog?

I was looking to find Grapefruit.. I think in cancering.. but I need to reread all post of last 10 days.. to find the mention of it..


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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http://n-equals-one.com/blogs/?s=grapefruit

There is a search box  in the categories column (Scroll down--if you see "Recent Posts" you have gone too far).


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BAllet- I wonder if your DH is an Exploerer. If so, then beef is fine for him.


I would stick to lamb, mutton, and rabbit actually... would not recommend beef unless there is no alternative.
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I'd like to read more about Type A2--the cross between A and O


try the monograms pertaining to A GTs


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Ruthiegirl, that's an interesting suggestion! I should try to measure my husband to see what genotype he is. I always thought he was a warrior because of his personality






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I always thought he was a warrior because of his personality



What's that supposed to mean?  Huh?  Huh?  


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I don't know Ribbit. I have not studied much about the characteristics of the Warrior genotype, actually. I just took the word by face value   My husband would not give up something he believes in/cave in to someone without putting up a real good fight! That's all there is to it  




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Quoted from Lola


try the monograms pertaining to A GTs


Lola, I just took a quick look at the monogram. Seems to me that my hubby fits into the Explorer profile, except that he does not have dark hair and brown eyes... he has blond hair and green eyes. I have yet to measure him and look at his molar though. Funny that you've lived with someone for so long and don't know about those little details   !




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I bought the fish oil from NAP for Hunters and it has helped tremendously to curve my cravings for fat.  I'll crave stuff like massive amounts of butter or potato chips and French fries.  Even eating lots of meat did not help the craving.  


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I wonder if your DH is an Exploerer. If so, then beef is fine for him.


It may give him some lamb if he is an A that does Ok on more meat, but never beef.


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Yes, I have tried to replace beef with lamb. Tonight he actually requested lamb curry! Yay!




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I bought the fish oil from NAP for Hunters and it has helped tremendously to curve my cravings for fat.  I'll crave stuff like massive amounts of butter or potato chips and French fries.  Even eating lots of meat did not help the craving.  


Makes sense!  Your body was asking for what it needed, but didn't know how to specify which fats.  



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http://n-equals-one.com/blogs/?s=grapefruit

There is a search box  in the categories column (Scroll down--if you see "Recent Posts" you have gone too far).


OK I will see if I can figure this out.. THANKS..



C-Sharp.. I just tried the link but it does not go there, saying the addresse is wrong.. but I will look further.. if you found it then I can too..(eventually)  thanks again..

ten seconds later..  

OHHHH I just followed your instructions and scrolled own twice over it NEVER SEEING IT!!! sorry for being just S T U P I D>.. why is one so ?  I don't even have words for it.. its some sort of intimidation of the mind. new things just throw my mind for a loop.. thank god for perseverance..

THANKS


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OIL no I see oil as beneficial.. where I see fats as detrimental to the digestion ... calorie wise it is the same maybe but as far as using it to move things around oils help (ME) more then fats.. but then I eat very little fat..

ghee I use it but in such small amounts its hardly worth it.. I don't care for the flavor to much.. in the fridge it gets old, on the counter I hesitate.. BUT YES thanks for the reminder.. to try again.. I made my own and I bought.. both are the same..

I wonder is there something one could add to the flavor?  I can not imagine anyone eating it as a spread.. I wonder why my taste buds are so jumpy.. thanks for the conversation.. off to make ghee once more..


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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I wonder is there something one could add to the flavor?  I can not imagine anyone eating it as a spread.. I wonder why my taste buds are so jumpy.. thanks for the conversation.. off to make ghee once more..

I use ghee as a spread on the Lundberg lightly salted rice cakes...

I wouldn't add anything to the ghee in the jar, as anything added to it will make it spoil rapidly..  

I add any compliant spices to whatever I am putting ghee in or on to make the flavor what I want...  I sometimes sprinkle cinnamon on my ghee/rice cake...  I spice vegetables and then put some ghee over them instead of butter...  I like the flavor much better than butter...  


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