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MommytoEliana
Wednesday, January 24, 2007, 6:48pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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oh great an A trait .  thanks for all the suggestions girls
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Quoted from MyraBee
This is too funny---most All of the A's I know are like this!


Me too!  I've always had issues with foods...mostly texture, I just don't like the way some things feel in my mouth.  And smells...if they smell funny, I can't eat them.  Looks...well that is what might make me not buy them .  I am getting over a lot of it though, slowly but surely.  since the btd I've also discovered that some of the things that I won't eat because of my 'issues' are actually avoids, so it's not all bad!  


Embracing my A-ness! (Ok, that is waaaay better in print than it is out loud! )

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MommytoEliana
Wednesday, January 24, 2007, 7:14pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I don't like any of my food touching on my plate either...is that an A thing too?
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Alia Vo
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Stick to the Tier II foods in LR if you're trying to overcome stress or an illness.  Or adhere to only beneficial foods for the time being.

The Fatigue Health Series book may be helpful for you.

Please remember that blood type A's already have elevated basal levels of cortisol, thus take advantage yoga, alternate nostril breathing, a calm/relaxing lifestyle, peaceful time for yourself.

Alia


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MommytoEliana
Wednesday, January 24, 2007, 7:33pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Thanks!

Quoted from Alia_Vo
Stick to the Tier II foods in LR if you're trying to overcome stress or an illness. Or adhere to only beneficial foods for the time being.

The Fatigue Health Series book may be helpful for you.

Please remember that blood type A's already have elevated basal levels of cortisol, thus take advantage yoga, alternate nostril breathing, a calm/relaxing lifestyle, peaceful time for yourself.

Alia


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Quoted from Mommy_to_Eliana
I don't like any of my food touching on my plate either...is that an A thing too?


No, that's just weird!  


Let go of resistance; feel appreciation for what is, and eagerness for what is coming.
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MommytoEliana
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GEEE Thanks!!!
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No, that's just weird!



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Victoria
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You are definitely doing better Jeannette!    Now, keep on tweaking your program to make it better and better!

If you don't get enough Omega 3's, depression can be one of the effects.  



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MommytoEliana
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Thanks!

Quoted from Victoria
You are definitely doing better Jeannette! Now, keep on tweaking your program to make it better and better!

If you don't get enough Omega 3's, depression can be one of the effects.


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Maria Giovanna
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Hi Jeannette,
we are a large majority of As and I like every new or ethnic food or nearly (as a grown up probably), my mother hates them, my nephews are exactly so, the older eats a lot in qualtity and variety, the younger is picky and loves only his routine  food. My brother is similar and despises ethnic food.
It's good however to propose the largest number of foods to the children, when they are ready to digest them. They should become less picky and have a better panel of nutrients.
Nostril breathing was for me a saviour also in the bus travels.
From April I too could not arrange my schedule for yoga lessons. I realy miss it; if you'll find the time in the future try it !
Maria Giovanna


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GEEE  Thanks!!!


You know I'm kidding, right?


Let go of resistance; feel appreciation for what is, and eagerness for what is coming.
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MommytoEliana
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Yes, I do  

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You know I'm kidding, right?


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MommytoEliana
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I've always been a picky eater. If you think I'm bad now you should have seen me at age 2 . Occassionaly I try new foods but I need to know what it is before I eat it. I hope to one day fit yoga in. I do have a yoga video I bought for 50 cents at a yard sale last summer.

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Hi Jeannette,
we are a large majority of As and I like every new or ethnic food or nearly (as a grown up probably), my mother hates them, my nephews are exactly so, the older eats a lot in qualtity and variety, the younger is picky and loves only his routine food. My brother is similar and despises ethnic food.
It's good however to propose the largest number of foods to the children, when they are ready to digest them. They should become less picky and have a better panel of nutrients.
Nostril breathing was for me a saviour also in the bus travels.
From April I too could not arrange my schedule for yoga lessons. I realy miss it; if you'll find the time in the future try it !
Maria Giovanna



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