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purlgirl
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Lola - huh? I'll try reading it again when I'm not so tired.
Thanks for the link.
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I love seeing all the A nonnies. comaraderie

Scout - try making a smoothie w/ mango, banana and coconut milk. Or curry sweet potato baked fries. yummy

We get a lot of great stuff for giving up corn!


I need to drop a few pounds!  That sounds so wonderful, though!  
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I use coconut milk occasionally to make a curry sauce (with simmered sweet potato chunks & steamed broccoli put in at the end of cooking) or in the mango smoothie with pineapple juice. Be sure to get the real stuff without additives - even 'natural' stuff has gums in it to thicken it. There are handy small single serve cans available. Try an asian market or the ethnic part of the supermarket.

Fresh coconut is very alkaline (good esp. for A's). Crack open the coconut (take off the brown outer shell and peel the brown outer covering off. Tap the coconut and drain off the juice through one of the 3 natual holes in the end, saving the juice. Break it into chunks and send it through the food processor/shredder. to get "milk" mix the juice with the shredded meat and press it through a sieve. It is really good and the meat makes it sweet. (Overindulging in fresh coconut juice leads to diarrhea so beware.) You could even lightly simmer the juice and shredded meat together  before pressing it to get more out of the shreds.

I've made a fresh coconut pie 'crust' before with ground almonds and coconut oil. it was a no bake chocolate pie where the cream was make from avocado (also alkaline) mixed with melted dark chocolate. It was very rich but good - and made to share


Zola, will you adopt me?  
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I just love to eat some coconut...but rarely....but if so.........might be a half of a nut is gone

hey...hey..hey.....just found out that the system didn't deleted this sweet little word: ahem.....weew...
scout you are the hoot .....sunny ahem to you don't get any burns on it  



Still cloudy here in the Great Pacific Northwest  

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I share in your joy!!



(((((Cathy)))))  
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Is there an A-Nonnie ClubHouse somewhere on this forum?
If not, there needs to be
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nope sweety, but ther's a Nonnie-club if you  want to register ......


and sorry I confonded you with *scamp* .....you'ven't been visiting me right now....I think .........

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A- nonnie    Yes! that sounds wonderful.


Coconut - hum- I was so excited. But I still don't have any idea what all that stuff means.  It's a no no for everyone but A nonnies BUT .................there is this problem..............
I had just returned from the HFS with "raw organic coconut butter". I read that there is a problem.  Soooooo the jar sits on the counter unopened.  I am a perfect example of an A. Totally insecure and easily derailed. O well life goes on. Ha , another A specialty - go with the flow.   Right!
I feel kinda nutty. But     I do love my A program. wouldn't eat any other way.

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nope sweety, but ther's a Nonnie-club if you  want to register ......


and sorry I confonded you with *scamp* .....you'ven't been visiting me right now....I think .........



Isa, where's the Nonnie Club?  
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A- nonnie    Yes! that sounds wonderful.


Coconut - hum- I was so excited. But I still don't have any idea what all that stuff means.  It's a no no for everyone but A nonnies BUT .................there is this problem..............
I had just returned from the HFS with "raw organic coconut butter". I read that there is a problem.  Soooooo the jar sits on the counter unopened.  I am a perfect example of an A. Totally insecure and easily derailed. O well life goes on. Ha , another A specialty - go with the flow.   Right!
I feel kinda nutty. But     I do love my A program. wouldn't eat any other way.
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The wonderful/awful thing is I think my sis is going to join us ---- --another A. Nonnie no doubt.



Many people use coconut oil on their skin and hair...do a Google search for coconut oil and see what you come up with!  
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Is there an A-Nonnie ClubHouse somewhere on this forum?
If not, there needs to be

The reason there is a Nonnie Clubhouse is because Dr. D has stated something like that nonnies probably have more in common with each other then they do with their ABO secretor counterparts.

Therefore, ABO specific nonnie clubhouses wouldn't serve nonnies trying to learn about their common traits.



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The reason there is a Nonnie Clubhouse is because Dr. D has stated something like that nonnies probably have more in common with each other then they do with their ABO secretor counterparts.

Therefore, ABO specific nonnie clubhouses wouldn't serve nonnies trying to learn about their common traits.




Very interesting.  I'm nore interested in the food aspects of being an A-nonnie than anything else.  I don't seem to fit most of the traits.  
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thought of doing a serotype test yet?
you might be an A1 or an A2


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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Quoted from lola
thought of doing a serotype test yet?
you might be an A1 or an A2


If I did, what would the outcome mean, in general?
:has no clue what a serotype test is:  
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here you go
http://www.dadamo.com/knowbase/subtype/subtype5.htm
serotyping panel from swcnm phoenix
Contact Southwest Naturopathic Medical Clinic
in Scottsdale, AZ.  480-970-0000
test NAP
http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=TE002
SWCNM
http://www.scnm.edu/medcenter/laboratory.php

Serotype Panel."
gives you secretor status as well as subtype A1 or A2 and rh factor
as well as your  MN system

and in LR4YT on page 356 and the Encyclopedia
on page 43.

http://www.dadamo.com/knowbase/subtype/subtype2.htm
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-LIVE RIGHT pages 356-357
The distinction between whether one is A1 of A2 (and consequently A1B or A2B) is done by testng the blood with a solution containing a lectin from the plant Dolichos biflorus/  Dolichos biflorus lectin reacts more strongly with A1 red blood cells than with A2 cells.


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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If I did, what would the outcome mean, in general?

LR4YT lists the food and frequency changes for A2 and MM subtypes.



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A2 has a more challenging time with
carbs and gets more animal protein, for example.


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
DNA mt/Haplo H; Y-chrom/J2(M172);ISTJ
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How VERY interesting!  I just ordered LR4YT and should get it in around a week or so, in the mean time, I'm waiting for it from my library!

ff to check out the food differences:

I'm A+ is that my RH factor?  

Thank you two!  

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I'm A+ is that my RH factor?
 

The + is your Rh.


Rh Neg, Le(a+b-), NN, Fy(a-b+)

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That's what I thought, thanks.
I was born a month premature in 1952--almost died because of the RH factor--white blood count went way down, etc. I was taken to the Children's Hospital in Seattle by my doctor's nurse, in his car, where my life was saved.  
But baby, look at me now!!!!!!  I grew up to be 5' 8" tall and pretty darned healthy, too!  

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That's what I thought, thanks.
I was born a month premature in 1952--almost died because of the RH factor--white blood count went way down, etc. I was taken to the Children's Hospital in Seattle by my doctor's nurse, in his car, where my life was saved.  
But baby, look at me now!!!!!!  I grew up to be 5' 8" tall and pretty darned healthy, too!  


This an interesting reaction to Rh sensitization, Scout. Most newborns with Rh disease present with severe anemia, and jaundice due to the increased destruction of the red blood cells. They will frequently require transfusion of O negative red blood cells to completely dilute out the offending Rh antibody, which comes from the mother who has been sensitized with Rh positive blood as a result of previous pregnancy or transfusion. Fortunately we have Rh immune globulin better known as Rhogam to prevent Rh sensitization in Rh negative women.


Rh Neg, Le(a+b-), NN, Fy(a-b+)

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This is the story my Mom always told.  She said the whites of my eyes looked like shiny new copper pennies.  She was an RN herself.  :shrug:
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