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kateland
Tuesday, November 13, 2007, 4:33pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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So I just looked up my results from the lab and I am

dah dah DAAAHH!

A nonnie.

I came back to the site to see that there's a whole new test to get, other secretionaryisms, or something, so that will be fun. A1? A2? MN? Rh? Oh yeah.

In the meantime, where are all my A nonnies at!?

I am going back to reread LR4YT for the nonnie stuff, but I also wanted to add that I have found amazing cheddar soy cheese, and made a veggie shepherd's pie with 100% type A friendly  food, and it was so good. I'll post the recipe soon. First I wanna see if there's any chance in h-e-double-hockey-sticks that an A nonnie can eat Dairy Queen's cheesecake blizzard..........................guessing not. lol.
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Welcome kateland - another A nonnie like my hubbie.

Interesting about the noise and crowds - we're both the same. I kind of cringe up inside and get smaller when I should be getting bigger (I'm talking auras), and he just gets plain cranky.

I also hate being startled by loud noises. That turns me from mellow to cranky in one quarter of a second flat. He isn't fussed like me. I suppose that's the difference between O and A adrenal reaction?

Anyway, he's given up tennis and squash and taken up playing the guitar    and he's so much more cheerful.


Note to self: I am me, and also an O-nonnie - I'm allowed not to fit the mould.
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make those alternate nostril breathing techniques your daily retreat!!


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Ahh the guitar is a favorite of mine, too. I also just discovered Yoga - this one instructor Seane Corn (got it from Gaiam) is awesome. She's actually living with OCD and I kept thinking, "you are SO blood type A" during her interview, lol. She has a great mix of spirituality and focused Vinyasa (uniting breathing and movement). I have never felt better in my life after doing an hour of that. And Lola - you're right I've been doing the yoga breathing when I am stressed, and it is wonderful to feel me relax.
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Hi, found out I was a Non-Secretor in Feb. and even though I've been "eating right" for 4 years now, it was still dramatic.  I've been trying to get a support group going on yahoo and also checked with my doctor.  So, Hello!  I hope you are out there.  It is nothing short of a miracle that I am alive (and 48 years young!) so, if I can't round any of ya up Here, I may have to assume you have passed    Give me a Holler  
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Hello Jan! I'm an A non-secretor and still very much alive  



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here s more for you to read while other As come along
Blood Type A Basics
http://www.4yourtype.com/TypeA_basic.asp
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mDjMqnxSBF4


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greetings from an A2B nonnie and normally very healthy  


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A-nonnie here- alive and well in sunny Wisconsin. A yahoo group sounds great, let us know when you get it up and running. Now, what makes you think we all "kicked the bucket"?   And what were the dramatic improvements that you have experienced?


"Be as gentle as  possible, and as firm as necessary".   Tom Dorrance-the 'father' of natural horsemanship

How true, for life, parenting, horse and dog training!
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So, Hello!  I hope you are out there.  It is nothing short of a miracle that I am alive (and 48 years young!) so, if I can't round any of ya up Here, I may have to assume you have passed  


Greetings Jan:

I am 48. Whether I am alive or not is subject to debate. I do post occasionally in spite of my questionable state of nonexistence.

Dead or alive, I do not secrete.


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you seem pretty alive to me C!!


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Dead or alive, I do not secrete.

If only secreting was the only definition of "living", I wouldn't be paying taxes.
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I am one of the few. The proud. The non-secretors.


It is so pleasant to explore nature & oneself at the same time, doing violence neither to her nor to one's own spirit, but bringing both into balance in gentle, mutual interaction.

Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
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Hi Jan,
      I am an A- non-sec. Welcome!


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Count me among the living.
And please tell us about your improved health.
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aloha
I think i am, i think i am.

actually i was looking for a place in USA that could do this.

http://artisanbread-abo.com/sh.....-blood-test-kit.html
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''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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Another one here.


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

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Welcome Jan.  Not an A, but an O...non-secretor.  As Isa says...'half of you.'

This forum is a wonderful BTD/GTD family support group.  You will find none better.

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After two years of calling myself an "O-nonnie", I found out recently that I'm actually an "A-nonnie".  

Technically speaking, it's correct to say that I'm a non-secretor of O, because I don't secrete O.  What's more, I don't even secrete A.  So, although I'm not an "O" who simply doesn't secrete, I'm an "A" who doesn't secrete "O"... or "A" for that matter.

It is correct to say that I don't secrete "O" because I don't even produce it, so, of course, if I don't even produce it in the first place, I certainly can't secrete what I don't even produce.  

However, I also don't secrete "A".  But that's not because I don't produce it in the first place... apparently, I do.  I produce it, but I just don't secrete it, so it can't be detected in my secretions, just as "O" also can't be detected in my secretions, either, but for completely different reasons.

The phrase "A non-secretor" is, therefore, apparently a controlled sort of language meaning "makes A, but just doesn't secrete it".  It could, however, be construed, simply by means of looking at the phrase without prior knowledge of the controlled use of the terms, to mean "doesn't secrete A, for whatever reasons".

...In that sense of meaning, I'm also a "B non-secretor", an "AB non-secretor", a "gravel non-secretor", a "two-headed cat non-secretor", and a non-secretor of just about any other person, place, or thing you could or could not even begin to imagine.

Confused yet?  *L*  Welcome to the Wonderful World of Semantics!  

(Maybe I was meant for law or MBA school.)
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My DH is an A nonnie. Welcome!


Note to self: I am me, and also an O-nonnie - I'm allowed not to fit the mould.
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Well, I made it back, this is Jan who started this 'club'...thats cute..the "Nonnie Clubhouse".  Would like to reply right under ea.reply, but either I don't know how or you can't so, I am going to reply to All of them,,.  Thanks btw, and just an FYI, I do have the yahoo group up and running, just been waiting for all you nons  
btans@yahoogroups.com for those interested.  I'm going to list everyone as nos.(sorry, must be my accounting nature).  #1:  thank you Lola and for the blah, blah link  , I'll try to check that out.  #2:  Thanks Heidi, you look very healthy(and pretty), and what is a non-taster? #3: Thanks Lola for the addt'l links. #4: Hi Tomatilla, a A2B? #5:  Hi Dawgmama!  Well, after reading how much more A's are susceptibility-wise in general, then being a Nonnie it can be miraculous for All Nonnies!  Unforntunately, there hasn't been any dramatic Improvements since finding out I was a Nonnie, the status Alone dietarily is extremely dramatic - the wheat and sugar alone being outstanding there.  In my case, and after 5 months, of adhering to the Non-sec.Tier 2 diet and am surprisingly no better.  Which lead me to what my Real disability is:  I have some kind of rare REM sleep disorder whereby all my severe symptoms/complaints come from with only one exception:  digestion - thats all here in this neighborhood.  #6: Hi, and thanks C-Sharp.  #7:  Lola - cheer C-Sharp up  . #8:  Thanks drive55 for the quote. #9: You have a good sense of humor there Tomatilla . #10:  Thanks Zola for your input.  (BTW, just doing this once, I wanted to, not feeling obligated). #11:  Cute, drive55  . #12:  Thanks Gillian and I like Dr.D's statement there - that's a non-quitter's motto!  We A nonnie's Have to do that or die!  #13:  Hi Purlgirl, well like above, improvements have been all digestive - but in the Long run, the "improvements" would be saving your life, eg.not getting cancer, etc, etc, etc. #14: alohascott, Hi, woulda chk out link but it wants to use page I'm on.  #15:  thanks for the help Lola. #16:  Thanks Ribbit, and I see your from my home, Sweet Home Atlanta!  Been away from home now 1yr4mos. hoping now to be back by x-mas.  #17:  Thanks Debra from way up there in Canada - think only with your heart, everything else will simply fall in place.  #18:  Hi Icebear Ron, your confusing but funny!   Ok, last but not least #19:  Thanks Squirrel.  Just a last lil note, I may be leaving here for a while, not to worry, just need to indeed pursue my lifelong disability, that sleep thing.  Again if anyone else is interested in sharing cooking stuff(of which I don't do a Whole lot, but possibly have very helpful, experienced suggestions) and other general lifestyle, everyday stuff, please go to btans@yahoogroups.com.  Thanks again to all that have replied thus far. Carry on! Onwards and Upwards with the Real Right way to eat!  God Bless    
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the action is right here Jan, so check in more often!!
recipes, and loads more are all available here for your perusal.



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Jan, I don't sleep either (thanks to hyper-sensitive ears which hear every movement any of my children makes during the night, plus a baby who wakes up nearly every hour) and I can say that even if you're doing everything right diet-wise, if you're not sleeping you're still going to have a heap of complaints.  I think most of the current [few, admittedly] issues I still have stem from the fact that I don't get REM sleep.


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even if you're doing everything right diet-wise, if you're not sleeping you're still going to have a heap of complaints.

yes, sleep helps restore and repair the body......
the muscle skeletal structure and all......it says so in the arthritis book....so the lack thereof, can lead to unnecessary issues later on.


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Jan....A2B-nonnie here back @ your service  
don't hesitate and come along for a Vegatest to Switzerland....


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Are A-nonnies tense people?  Are we overly sensitive, hypervigilant, and oftentimes worn down?
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I don't think I'm tense. I suppose I might be a little overly sensitive though.

I just read your wisdom teeth story Ron, and sometimes feel -like you- that nothing is ever simple for me. Everything that happens to my body has to be the worst case scenario.

I choose not to let my "bad luck" wear me down though.  



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I just read your wisdom teeth story Ron, and sometimes feel -like you- that nothing is ever simple for me. Everything that happens to my body has to be the worst case scenario.
Yes, that's it...

It's nice to finally be understood for a change.
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Are A-nonnies tense people?  Are we overly sensitive, hypervigilant, and oftentimes worn down?



Yes!


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Are A-nonnies tense people?  Are we overly sensitive, hypervigilant, and oftentimes worn down?


Not tense, but definitely sensitive. I suppose that comes from me being an explorer. In fact, I think for me being an explorer overides many of the blood type tendencies that are supposed to be common place for type A.



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Not tense, but definitely sensitive. I suppose that comes from me being an explorer. In fact, I think for me being an explorer overides many of the blood type tendencies that are supposed to be common place for type A.
Yeah, the nonnie trait does seem to impart unto us the more "Hunter" kind of hypervigilance... hence my similarity to the Hunter personality.

We nonnies really are a whole other dimension unto ourselves:  It appears to me that we seem to require a deeper and more personal intimacy and sense of order in our lives than secretors necessarily do.
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alle NT's are tense ...all.....


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I've finally gotten to the point where I can laugh about being the odd one out and the one who receives all the "bad luck."  I used to feel sorry for myself, then I got sarcastic about it, then I got used to it and could accept it, and now I laugh about it.  BTD has helped free me from a lot of the worry I used to have about life in general and the feeling that people were out to get  me.  I used to spend a good bit of time talking myself out of the sarcastic depression that sometimes came....but it gets easier and easier, and I find that the more I can laugh at myself and at life, the better my "luck" gets.  I put "luck" in quotes because I think it's a silly word.  I believe all things happen for a reason and we won't necessarily know what that reason is.  But if I can laugh instead of getting upset, everybody's the happier for it.


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[quote=973]  I put "luck" in quotes because I think it's a silly word.  I believe all things happen for a reason and we won't necessarily know what that reason is. quote]

That's the same reason I used the quotes. I don't believe in good or bad luck, but for lack of a better term...

I too believe that everything -the good and the bad- happens for a reason, and that we are not given more then we can handle.  










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Actually, on the quantum level, everything operates on the randomized bell curve principle.  And if there's an algorithm to the randomness on that level, no one's yet found it.

Sorry to freak anyone out by pointing that out, but the universe seems to be build on the perfect blending of chance and predictability.
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The Teacher GenoType has an open, tolerant and altruistic biological relationship with the environment. This Type is based on an archetype of a Teacher, learning by being open to new things and new ideas and possessing an inherent ' wisdom of the body.' Biologically, the Teacher GenoType is able to encounter many new environments, tolerate and quickly adapt to and learn from change.


rings a bell doesn t it??
http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=GT3%2D3P


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The Teacher GenoType has an open, tolerant and altruistic biological relationship with the environment. This Type is based on an archetype of a Teacher, learning by being open to new things and new ideas and possessing an inherent ' wisdom of the body.' Biologically, the Teacher GenoType is able to encounter many new environments, tolerate and quickly adapt to and learn from change.
Well, then, perhaps the only thing that changed me from total madness was my unknowingly being a "Teacher" because if there's one thing my father loved to do to us when I was trying to grow up as a kid, it was move us around!

Sheesh.
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