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I'm a secretor. Just got the results back.  Sorry if my title was too shocking!!!!  Made you look though didn't it.  Hhehehehhehehhehehehehe.

It's weird though, I felt like I had a lot in common, personality wise with what alot of the Nonnies are talking about.  But, I guess that might tad bit misleading. Oh well.  It's good to know.  It might explain as to why I had pretty good health growing up and only lately that I've had problems.  

Now I have to go back and read all the things again.  I was avoiding some stuff because I wasn't sure of the secretor status.  

I'm still confused as to if soy is a good thing or not.  Because now I can have it for sure.  I always didn't mind soy milk.  Tastes pretty good.  Although as an AB I can have skim or 2% also.


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"Finally brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things." - Phillipians 4:8

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ABNoWay, it is funny how you related to what many of the Nonnies were saying. I'm doing the same thing, so when I get my tax return off, this secretor test I have goes with it. Not to the same place, of course, just at the same time!  Then, if the results are Nonnie, here I will go again through another bewildering learning cycle. If I'm not nuttier than a fruitcake going through this again, it will be a miracle.  Thank goodness, you are a Secretor. Maybe I will be too. You give me hope!
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I'm still confused as to if soy is a good thing or not.  Although as an AB I can have skim or 2% also.


If soy is on your list of neutrals or bennies, go for it. Just watch the ingred. Most commercial made milks have avoids, most have carrageenan.    If they would just stop using that in everything, we'd be so much better off. Carrageenan is a big no-no.



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I HATE CARRAGEENAN! It makes my stomach hurt even worse than corn products! I do have a source for good soy milk, though. I can make it myself, but I'm taking some time off from that chore.
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I'm a secretor. Just got the results back.  Sorry if my title was too shocking!!!!  Made you look though didn't it.  Hhehehehhehehhehehehehe.

It's weird though, I felt like I had a lot in common, personality wise with what alot of the Nonnies are talking about.  But, I guess that might tad bit misleading. Oh well.  It's good to know.  It might explain as to why I had pretty good health growing up and only lately that I've had problems.  

Now I have to go back and read all the things again.  I was avoiding some stuff because I wasn't sure of the secretor status.  

I'm still confused as to if soy is a good thing or not.  Because now I can have it for sure.  I always didn't mind soy milk.  Tastes pretty good.  Although as an AB I can have skim or 2% also.

Darn.  So much for that crime spree I suggested earlier!





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I EXPECT MUCH MORE FROM SOMEONE WITH SUCH A HIGH POST COUNT!!!!!!  

Hhehehehehhehheehhe.  You totally made me laugh when you wrote that though.!!  


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I thought I would revive this thread instead of starting a new one.  

Most of our family just learnt our secretor status - quite exciting.  (Our 8yr old contaminated her test so she has to do another one )

I don't belong here either and neither does my DH but my 12yr old Type A daughter just found out she is a nonnie!  Very interesting actually, she always seemed to have a reaction to wheat in her diet and now this is ANOTHER piece of the puzzle fitting right in.  

Just want to say - the more I learn, the more amazed and appreciative I am of the BTD - so thank you Dr D

My little nonnie can now have lamb and tomatoes - so that's pretty cool!  I am considering giving her access to this forum with her own avatar - she is almost 13 - I think it would encourage her to live and learn the BTD - any thoughts?  Is she too young?



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SIGN HER UP!!!!!

What is a DH?

I still post in this forum and nobody has banned me, so I'm sure you can hang around too.    We'll be the Non Nonnie Gang.  Hehehehehehehhehehehehehe.

I'm glad the accent doesn't come through on the keyboard, because we probably wouldn't understand a word each of us were saying.  I have a northern, nearly canadian accent.  Not quite but I say things like, "Eh?"  I'm assuming you have an Australian accent, MATE.  


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Got it!


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I read somewhere where somebody had once said, "I'm a nonnie in every way except secreter status."  So, there are those out there who fit the bill but don't.  We don't know my DH's status, but we assume he's a nonnie because he does slightly better on the nonnie diet, as well as being an HSP (highly sensitive person).  He has related to everything I've read him from Live Right regarding secreter status.


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SIGN HER UP!!!!!

What is a DH?

I still post in this forum and nobody has banned me, so I'm sure you can hang around too.    We'll be the Non Nonnie Gang.  Hehehehehehehhehehehehehe.

I'm glad the accent doesn't come through on the keyboard, because we probably wouldn't understand a word each of us were saying.  I have a northern, nearly canadian accent.  Not quite but I say things like, "Eh?"  I'm assuming you have an Australian accent, MATE.  


AB you crack me up, I'd love to be part of the Non Nonnie Gang!



I just hope you're not imagining a Paul Hoganesque woman wearing crocodile teeth around her Akubra hat and a big hunting knife attached to her belt  

'Cause most of us don't sound (or look) anything like that!  I very rarely say MATE, tho our best friend is more "ockerish" and even calls my sweet, petite, gorgeous daughters "MATE"



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If soy is on your list of neutrals or bennies, go for it. Just watch the ingred. Most commercial made milks have avoids, most have carrageenan.    If they would just stop using that in everything, we'd be so much better off. Carrageenan is a big no-no.


I just got a soymilk maker from soyajoy.com and it is wonderful to know that I can enjoy the milk and not have to worry about the chemicals that are added to the commerical brands of milk. It costs about .45 cent to make a gallon of milk that lasts a good month in the refrigerator. I also make rice and almond milk for about twice that much a gallon. Guess those additives are costly!!!!!   
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I just got a soymilk maker from soyajoy.com and it is wonderful to know that I can enjoy the milk and not have to worry about the chemicals that are added to the commerical brands of milk. It costs about .45 cent to make a gallon of milk that lasts a good month in the refrigerator. I also make rice and almond milk for about twice that much a gallon. Guess those additives are costly!!!!!   
Donna



I'm going to have to look into this.  Thank You!


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AB you crack me up, I'd love to be part of the Non Nonnie Gang!



I just hope you're not imagining a Paul Hoganesque woman wearing crocodile teeth around her Akubra hat and a big hunting knife attached to her belt  

'Cause most of us don't sound (or look) anything like that!  I very rarely say MATE, tho our best friend is more "ockerish" and even calls my sweet, petite, gorgeous daughters "MATE"



Darn, that was exactly the picture I had!!!!  "That's not a knife, now that's a knife."

I'm just teasing.  I was really thinking more "Quigley Down Under" type.  Out in the desert.  In an 1800's ish dress.  Etc. Etc.  

I'm just kidding again.  I could probably go on and on but it would just get old.  

Where I live is probably alot more un-modern than where you are.  But that's the way I like it.  I drive by farms every day to get home from work.  I work in a up and coming suburban town and live in a non up and coming suburban area out in the sticks.  Right next to the big lake though.  1 block away.  Lake Michigan.

The Non Nonnie Gang.  I thought that was pretty cool.



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AB, I'm a little jealous of where you live!  

We live about 45 mins from the inner city of Sydney in the suburbs.  But there is still another 1 hr of travelling the other way to get to the outskirts and the start of the Blue Mountains.

I'd love to live somewhere where there was a little more space but work isn't as easy to come by and we have a great church and christian school that we attend only 15mins away.

Actually, I just realised that a good friend of mine comes from Ohio, she has lived in Aust for about 5yrs now and teaches at our school.  She's just lovely, she went to Bob Jones University and met an Aussie there and married him!


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Caz:  You and your hubbie must be weak secretors because you each had to have a non-secreting gene to give to your daughter.  You have to have 2 non-secreting genes to be a non-secretor.

ABnoWay:  I love driving up through Wisconsin.  The traffic is so much nicer!  Im going to Oshkosh on Wednesday for business.  Beautiful time of the year, if it doesnt rain.


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Caz:  You and your hubbie must be weak secretors because you each had to have a non-secreting gene to give to your daughter.  You have to have 2 non-secreting genes to be a non-secretor.



Wow, that's interesting.  Does it work like passing on the blood type alleles?

I wouldn't be surprised if we were weak secretors, I've always been quite allergy prone but I have also eaten a lot of wheat for most of my life  


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RedLilac, say hi to the EAA for me when you drive by.  If you're going by on the freeway.  Have fun.  Yes it's pretty.  It was 80 on my Mom's back porch in the afternoon today.  It's a little cooler where I live though because of the lake.

CazB, the pastor at my last church went to Bob Jones and we use their ciriculum to teach our son.  It works very well!!!!!  I don't know how to spell "ciriculum" properly I guess.  Whatever we use their books and school system.  He is in 1st grade and is doing very well with it!!!!


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I spent some time at BJU (not long).


Our church has a team come out from BJU each year around July, they help with our holiday kids club.  The Matzgo family are the "parents" to the rest of the team.  Katie their daughter married a guy from our church and now lives in Cairns.

Isn't it a small small world?


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