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hadoken
Wednesday, June 22, 2005, 3:31am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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hidradenitis suppurativa
http://www.answers.com/hidradenitis%20suppurativa

I am glad the BTD has helped your condition!
WelcomeGG!! ))


Where do you find all these great sites?

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Alright, I broke down and had a bagel for breakfast this morning after my original breakfast fell through (don't want to disgust you with the details).  I was nauseated all morning!  One week sans wheat, and already my body can tell the difference.  So when the doctors bought pizza for lunch (I work in a hospital), I had my tuna salad and spelt bread.

Guess who's going to be the most upbeat and energetic this pm?

I love ER4YT!
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Well - we all have days like that
I came home after a VERY stressfull  week hungry like af wolf- and when my mum served swedish meatballs, with cream sauce, ligonjam  and new potatoes- I just couldn┤t resist it- felt  so VERY guilty all day and terrible full.
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Hi all you Beautiful B's! á

My husband is a B, and has a BIG sweet tooth. He loves wine gums and other (IMO icky) sweets like that filled with chemicals.

Do you have any suggestions what kind of sweets he can have instead?

Thanks! á


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Fruit by itself is pretty good. Sometimes I mix frozen blueberries with plain yogurt and add a little vegetable glycerine for sweetener with a touch of vanilla extract. I have made cheesecakes using vegetable glycerine instead of sugar that came out pretty good.You can often adapt recipies subsituting for the avoids in them. Gnawty had a recipie for cookies using banannas, rice flour, eggs on the forum a month or 2 ago. You might try the recipie index.
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Hi all you Beautiful B's! á

My husband is a B, and has a BIG sweet tooth. He loves wine gums and other (IMO icky) sweets like that filled with chemicals.  Do you have any suggestions what kind of sweets he can have instead?
Thanks! á


How about dried cranberries with yoghurt coating.  One of our 3 health food stores here have them.  They remind me of the chocolate covered raisins I used to have.  

Also try licorice drops (the soft type).  But check ingredients as some are made with corn syrup (or other non-B ingredients) and not molasses which is a B ingredient.  I eat a brand called Panda - made in Finland, I think and imported to Canada.  

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Thanks for the advice! I'll look into it.

He doesn't like fruit very much (men! ), but maybe I can persuade him to try if I make the fruit a little more "interesting".


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CHOCOLATE !!!!!
- I think you can make homemade winegums......-just substitute the corn sirup with ordinary cane or beet sirup- Haven┤t got recipes - but look at the library or at "Panduro hobby"......
Jamie Oliver makes some healthy "gums" with dry fruits like abricots etc put in a blender with a little juice untill very processed- he rolles the fruitpaste out thin, and cut them in funny shapes and dry them untill they are more dry and chewy. I made some for my daughter -she thought they were a nice change for ordinary dry fruit.


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Or add cream...


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Thanks guys - sounds great!  


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fruit leather is great!!
and it s easy to make......just grind the fruit add a bit of water to make it spreadable.......
on a lined baking tray, spread the pure of fruit ,it shouldn t be too soggy or watery........let dry in a dehydrator.......cut into strips and roll them up with the tray linning inbetween....can be serane wrap......enjoy!


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Thanks Lola- I didn┤t know it was called fruit leather- but it sounds like the Jamie Oliver stuff-


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yes, indeed......!!!
only this one is real thin.......like leather! )


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Sounds great - and certainly something my husband would like!

Thanks, lola!


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hello everyone in the world of Balance and BEEES. I am just starting now. I have read the book but I feel lost. I don't know how to go grocery shopping for this. I am a B my two year old twins are Bs but my husband is an O. He is easy since I can feed him all the meat and not have to worry about anything. But I still need help. Can I introduce this to my twins? I am lost as so portion sizes substitutions and every thing. What should I do? I want to start as soon as possible. I want to be healthy and definately need to lose weight. I don't know if the 30 day plan in Cook Right for your type is a diet for regular people who want a life style change or for those who want to lose weight.
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Hello famsheikh and welcome to the BTD Way of Life!

Yes, the world of Balance and BEEEs, indeed!  

Which book have you read... Eat Right 4 Your Type or Live Right 4 Your Type? Eat Right is considered the introductory version and will set you well on the path.

I have an O in my household too and it is pretty easy to cook for both, many dishes can be shared. Sure, you can introduce this way of eating to your 2 year-old twins and since the B diet is very balanced, there shouldn't be any problems. Just like with any food and children, watch for reactions to a new food when first introduced.

Grocery shopping is easy once you become familiar with the food lists for the blood types you are shopping for. I made a list of all the foods we could share, especially the beneficials that all 3 blood types in my household shared (unfortunately, not many!) and tried to emphasize those foods in meals that we ate together.

For weight loss, it is recommended that you follow the portion guidelines listed. Also, check the typebase 4 link located in the top left of this page for updated values on food status (beneficial, neutral or avoid).

Welcome and feel free to ask as many questions as you may need  !!


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famsheikh,
welcome!

If you go to the top of the page and click on member centre and get yourself a nice avatar then we can all see what blood type you are and you won't have to type it each time you post.

t Y


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Poly there's a link about *AB loves his gummybears*..... very yummi but with
organic stuffs even better..... (yes I know.... just sent my nonnie home )
this link was written from our beloved maischddaa
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Oh - I'll have a look at it.

Thanks Isa!  


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I've been on the BTD for 2 weeks and I notice I have more energy and am sleeping better. I'm not feeling bloated after meals and have less gas. I was shocked to find out I was a B, I thought I would be A. I was eating all the wrong foods. Just about everything I was eating is an AVOID.  One thing though, I am hungry all the time! I am eating a lot of Cod & veggies, turkey meatballs, spinach salad w/feta cheese,spelt bread, spelt cereal w/skim milk, walnuts.  Does anyone else find they are more hungry on this diet? I know I'm eating enough calories. I need to lose a bit of weight and don't want to overdo it.

For the first time in my life, I really don't feel like I'm on a diet. I thought it would be hard to give up salsa, corn chips, gaucamole, but I am totally satisfied and eating healthier than ever!
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don t forget to do some serious visualization!
it helps lower your cortisol levels, and balancing your system!


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I've been on the BTD for 2 weeks and I notice I have more energy and am sleeping better. I'm not feeling bloated after meals and have less gas. I was shocked to find out I was a B, I thought I would be A. I was eating all the wrong foods. Just about everything I was eating is an AVOID.  One thing though, I am hungry all the time! I am eating a lot of Cod & veggies, turkey meatballs, spinach salad w/feta cheese,spelt bread, spelt cereal w/skim milk, walnuts.  Does anyone else find they are more hungry on this diet? I know I'm eating enough calories. I need to lose a bit of weight and don't want to overdo it.

For the first time in my life, I really don't feel like I'm on a diet. I thought it would be hard to give up salsa, corn chips, gaucamole, but I am totally satisfied and eating healthier than ever!



I was wondering what brand and where u buy ur spelt bread and spelt cereals ??
I'm in Canada btw ... Thank-u  


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jax, also finding out your secretor, will help you fine tune your needs.


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I was wondering what brand and where u buy ur spelt bread and spelt cereals ??
I'm in Canada btw ... Thank-u  
Arrowhead Mills spelt flakes. I can buy them at my regular grocery store and the Health Food Store. My spelt bread is Rudi's Organic Bakery, which I got at the local health food store

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