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KimonoKat
Thursday, October 7, 2010, 7:16am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I went to the Dr. and I weigh 232lbs. I was very relieved that I had not gained back to 255lbs where I started. I am still on this roller coaster ride of eating good and then going down hill. Im not beating myself up too much. I start out really strong in the morning and then become weaker and weaker before the day ends. That is a good idea Goldie about eating just a tiny bit of something that is not a good choice, but to be really honest, I can not stop at that. I justify it very well. I am sitting here taking really big breathes, cause I have come to the point that I have to do something and I am disgusted with myself with the strength. My goodness it is food! Why does it have to be sooo hard. I was reading the beginning posts when I started and I am being hard on myself. It has been three years and I could say back then, I did not know better, but I can not say that now. I feel absolutely terrible today. I know if I can stick to this for three days, I will feel so much better. I want to feel the way I did before when I was following the BTD diet so bad. It is all about change and it is so hard. Thanks for all of the words of incouragement. I just want to go to bed. I apologize for being so down. I will start again tomorrow.


Valeria,

Here's a suggestion. Maybe take baby steps???  Tomorrow,  take it one hour at a time.  Here is one of the things that has helped me in the past.  I write up a phrase of something I want to achieve as if I've already achieved it.  

I am healthy and eating right.
I am at my ideal weight.
I have moved into my new house.

And I tape it up all over the house and I say it often.  Hundreds of  times.  It's a positive reinforcement of your goal.

See?

Other times, I've focused on eliminating one type of avoid at a time.  Recently, it was to eliminate my candy.  After I mastered that for a period of time, then I add in something else. Currently, I'm avoiding grains and eating grain free.  I'm on day 24 I think.

  We always learn something new from what we perceive (at the time) is a failure.  So look back on today as learning and look forward to tomorrow.


Knowledge is power.  SWAMI gives you the diet that will unlock the key to better health, and it's all based on your unique individuality.
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Good Morning,

Andrea, that is a great blog! I got tears. I forgot to take care of myself. Thank-You for reminding me of that. I am 100lbs over weight and I need to take a deep breath and think before I put anything in my mouth. Will this be taking care of myself. I made it through yesterday, but it took a lot of self talk. I got my hair cut and it looks better. I took the dog for a walk and that was good. I feel better today emotionally. I do have a headache which is from caffeine withdrawal. I am drinking hot green tea. Thanks,Kimonokat I will take one day at a time, even if it is 5 minutes at a time to get through and I will put a positive thought on my frig and mirror.  Goldie, tonight when I get home, I am going to go through all of my food and give away the choices not healthy for my blood type. Then, I am getting my ER4YBT book and go the grocery store and buy all the beneficial and super foods on my list. It is a start. All I can say is, this is so hard! I have to do this for myself and my physical & emotional health. Thanks for all the support. Thank-You!

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don t forget to build up a gradual exercise routine!
like begin by getting up every morning, and take a walk around the block.....
then go about doing all you normally do before going to work

build up, week after week.....and so on


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Quoted from Valerie
tonight when I get home, I am going to go through all of my food and give away the choices not healthy for my blood type. Then, I am getting my ER4YBT book and go the grocery store and buy all the beneficial and super foods on my list. It is a start. All I can say is, this is so hard!

I applaud you for jumping in cold turkey, but understand that it is the hardest way to make it stick.  It does take some time to get used to cooking with compliant foods and putting meals together.  Don't beat yourself up if you have a meal that isn't perfect, look for ways to improve it.  In my experience, self-discipline is more about the mind than the physical...  If you tell yourself something is hard, it is, but if you tell yourself that it may be a little struggle, but it is doable and we are going to get through it for the better, it seems to go by more easily...

Much success on moving forward to your goal weight and good health that comes with it...


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Quoted from ABJoe

If you tell yourself something is hard, it is, but if you tell yourself that it may be a little struggle, but it is doable and we are going to get through it for the better, it seems to go by more easily...


Wise words.  Listen to our own self-talk.  Are we respectful of our own humanity or do we tear ourselves down and beat ourselves up because we are down?  

forgiveness . . gentleness . . kindness . . all gifts to ourself!  



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Well, New Day! I made it through yesterday!!!! It truly was a difficult day. The green tea did not help much with the caffeine withdrawal. I had the worst headache in the world and my body was all messed up. I really really wanted to eat some poor food choices snap me out of probaly shock. Got to love cold turkey. I am all or nothing person and that is who I am, but because of the posts above saying break in easy. I did balance. I went and got a cola and drank only 5 sips. Yeah!!!!  I hope I am over the caffeine addiction. I stuck to my diet and walked the dog.  I packaged up all the avoids in box. Out of sight, out of mind. I can do it is stuck on my frig and bathroom mirror.

I have been thinking about what ABJoe wrote.

(Quoted by ABJoe If you tell yourself something is hard, it is, but if you tell yourself that it may be a little struggle, but it is doable and we are going to get through it for the better, it seems to go by more easily...)
Positive thinking , baby steps and self care are the key.

Thanks so much for all the support. It means everything to me.
I feel better today.
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See if you can find any yerba mate near you. That's a tea that's high in caffeine, but is healthy for Os. I like to start my day with yerba mate and then have green tea later in the day.


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Congratulations, Valeria.  Another day for you!  

I can understand the all or nothing approach because I think I'm somewhat like that.  We just have to know ourselves and be honest with ourselves.  Some people are all or nothing, meaning that they will go all out on something new, only to drop it like a hot potato when it feels difficult.

I went into the BTD many years ago, full force, because it made utter sense to me, and I was that committed to rebuilding my health.  It was not always easy, but over the years, it has proven to be a powerful and successful way of taking care of my body.  I've never reconsidered, and I'm not a person to do anything half-heartedly.



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Quoted from Valerie
I can do it is stuck on my frig and bathroom mirror.

Positive thinking , baby steps and self care are the key.

Thanks so much for all the support. It means everything to me.
I feel better today.

Glad you feel better today...  I'm mostly all or nothing myself...  Just understand that there will be days that are better and no so good, but we persist through both...


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a tea that's high in caffeine




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Hi Valeria

I just wanted to say that I think all of us struggle especially at first.  I KNOW I feel best when I am completely compliant, but have many times "gone off the wagon".  It seems to take feeling lousy again to bring me back.  I find that I have to keep my HEALTH in mind every time I reach for food, instead of thinking of weight loss.  I don't have as much as you to lose, but I do have many health and auto-immune issues that are greatly affected by what I eat.  I absolutely know this, but because doctors, friends, and so-called experts are saying something completely different it makes it more difficult to stick with it.   Eating around co-workers, friends, and family can make you feel very deprived (especially as an O).

One thing that may help is to start out the first week by just cutting out the biggest problem for O's and most other blood types which is wheat.  When I first started the BTD I removed wheat, then later corn, soy, and then dairy.  Take the big ones out slowly and add in more of the good veggies, etc.  My challenge for myself right now is coming up with more recipes that are quick and easy since I am single and only cook for myself.  I really don't like spending so much time in the kitchen just for one meal, but there really isn't much I can eat unless I do the work.

I, like you, seem to need the support of the forum to remember that I am not alone in this and that it really does work and it is a lifestyle NOT a diet.  Even if I don't post very much, just reading the words of others who are in similar situations and are working for their own health in the same way really helps me.

Hmmm, makes me think that I need to explore a BTD support group in my area.  It would be nice to talk to other people in person who are doing the same thing.  A potluck lunch of compliant BTD dishes (labeled according to type)  would be fun!

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and that area is??


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I printed this whole thread out and read it bit by bit and I now feel like I have gone through the ups and downs with Valerie/Valeria!  

First, I think you need to consider seeing a therapist/counselor.  Your issues with your self esteem are heartbreaking and I think that maybe you don't really truly believe that you are worth the hard work it takes to lose weight and get healthy.  That mindset needs to change.  

I am also an "all or nothing" person. (maybe it is a trait of 0's) I went cold turkey but I was prepared for this as I had been on the Maker's Diet (Jordin Ruben) earlier in the year and it has similar avoids in some areas.

I would suggest a few things for you:
Ezekiel bread!  I LOVE this stuff.  I can have it for toasted for breakfast (with an egg or with butter and honey or jam) it is sooo tasty and helps reduce that feeling of "carb deprivation"

Prunes!  You can bring a tupperware container to work and munch on them whenever the sweet tooth starts nagging.

Frozen Grapes!  Oh my gosh!  These are heaven for me.  I love to have snacks and treats on hand at home for my TV viewing pleasure and these are so nice, I don't even eat regular grapes anymore.  Buy 'em when they are cheap and toss the bags in the freezer.  Next day they are perfect.

Rye crackers!  READ THOSE LABELS!  I love rye crackers but many brands are mostly wheat!  Wasa makes a whole rye cracker and I can eat them plain but I also like them with goat cheese.  Yum yum!

Bowls of Apples and Bananas (not too expensive) and whatever other yum-tastic fruit you like for easy quick snacking.

Baby carrots

Also try chopping up your cooking veggies (ie: garlic, onion, bell peppers etc) on the weekends and store them in containers in the fridge.  That way when it's dinner time you can grab your protein and throw in some veggies quickly.  

Dark Chocolate.  Yeah, it has sugar in it but buy the 70% or more and take a square and suck on it when you really need a chocolate fix.

Finally, if you are going to overeat, try to overeat your allowed foods (10,000 grapes or 25 rye crackers) instead of those ice cream bars or pastries.  

  I know it is a struggle but we are all here for you!!!


One of the greatest moments in life is realizing
that two weeks ago your body couldn't do what it just did.
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I too have struggled over and over again. I am kinda a conspiracy theorist and have gotten into a nich where I'm thinking corpritists/hospitals want us sick and/or fat. They put chemicals in our food to keep us addicted. They keep us sick to prescribe things that give us other side effects so we can get more prescriptions. Huge corporations are influencing what we should/shouldn't eat. Getting myself healthy, away from the food addictions to becme healthier is now my goal. It seems to be working. This my not be for you but if you look at the whole picture. Not just what you're eating, maybe this will help.


Listen, this is what I think: I think we can't go around measuring our goodness by what we don't do, by what we deny ourselves, what we resist, and who we exclude. I think we've got to measure goodness by what we embrace, what we create, and who we include. Pere Henri (Chocolat)
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First, I think you need to consider seeing a therapist/counselor.  Your issues with your self esteem are heartbreaking and I think that maybe you don't really truly believe that you are worth the hard work it takes to lose weight and get healthy.  That mindset needs to change.  


I seen a counselor for a year and half. I finally quit due to admitting that I was not willing to make any changes in myself. I wanted to stay a victim.

I read elevenhounds post over and over and I took the above quote personal and was mad. I then printed the whole thread and read it all. I did not believe what I was reading. I always wrote straight from my heart. Seeing it in black and white really was hard. I was embarrassed and ashamed so I went back into denial and stayed miserable.

I have thought about what you wrote above over and over the last few months. You are so right and I want to thank you SO much for writing what you did!!! I needed someone to tell me straight. My counselor did not. He sugar coated everything.

I am going back on this diet and work on my self esteem.
I will be in touch and thanks to everyone on here for your support.
Happy New Year!

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That's the spirit Valerie,  good for you! We all try to get back on the
wagon when we fall down....and this message board is full of supporters!
Happy New Year!
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I am deeply touched by this thread mostly because of today's post, Valerie! I too thought eleven hounds spoke a bit strongly, but you took it in enough to let the truth of it percolate in you. Many others here share that issue, so you're not alone! The best of New Years to you!
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Valerie,
I believe you already are more than half way there!!!
what a leap!
congratulations!


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I seen a counselor for a year and half. I finally quit due to admitting that I was not willing to make any changes in myself. I wanted to stay a victim.
I think you being able to admit that is wonderful!! Not many ppl can move on until they can admit that to themselves You go girl!!!

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And may this realization bring a Happy New Year to you, Valerie!  



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Hi everybody,

I am still struggling, but the blood type diet is always on my mind and in my heart. I will keep trying until I succeed.
I have great news!!
My new daughter in-law has gained a lot of weight in the last year and she borrowed my book.
I also found out my ex-husband is on the diet. That makes me chuckle due to this is probaly the only thing he has listened to me about in 20yrs. He went on the diet a few years back and found how amazing it is and how great he felt.
My daughter brought up the diet to her boyfriend and I told him about it and I just found out he is on the diet.
My other daughter told me, mom, your right about eating healthy and using more natural decisions in her life. That makes me smile.
I have such passion inside me about this diet and I know it works.  
Congratulations to everyone that has found this diet and thank-you Dr.Peter D'Adamo.
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and it will only get better!!!
wait and see!


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Keep at it, Valerie...  Everything worthwhile takes some work, but you'll get there!


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Hi!

I am very new to the BTD but seeing amazing results. I am a 36 year old female in a competitive Ph.D. program. I am originally from the west coast and am in Indiana.

As a child, I had asthma and a slew of allergies. I would break out when eating spaghetti during my teens. An avocado face mask made my skin break out in hives. I am of Asian descent but had a serious aversion to sesame oil. It turns out B pos like myself are not supposed to eat any of these things!

During my first year in the Ph.D. program, I came down with pneumonia and ended up being hospitalized for three days. I had to do a medical withdrawal for that semester and have been feeling like I was still sick until recently. Just last year, I was diagnosed with a Vitamin D deficiency. I initially thought it was adrenal insufficiency (I have a mild case of that but the endocrinologist said the Vit D was the bigger issue). Well, they gave me rx vit D and I felt better. Slightly better.

I finally got sick and tired of feeling sick. I was always tired and could barely do anything after I came home from school. I was doing research online and came across this wonderful diet regimen. I decided to go cold turkey and that was as of Monday morning.

It has not even been a full week for me on this diet but I am already experiencing a serious decrease of my allergy symptoms (esp. the asthma, sinus, and pesky eye allergies), no more brain fog (I can actually retain what I read), higher energy levels, and just overall feeling of health.

I was running late for classes yesterday and I forgot my greek yogurt, papaya, and honey mix (breakfast or huge snack). I was going to have it for lunch. I ended up getting a hard boiled egg and a bottle of water (egg is a neutral for me). By the time I came home, I was tired and feeling sick again. I realized that the food from the BTD was acting like my "real medicine".

My parents are amazed at my progress and are following the diet, too.

I don't think I will be able to go off the diet. Even having to skip a meal and substitute with something else made me feel terrible! I do not know how I survived prior to this (well, I was running on empty).

I am hopeful that I can finish my program and be the professor I want to be. I had thought about dropping out because I could not keep up with the program physically.

Thank you Dr. D and thanks to all the community members. Reading your testimonials and advice really make my day!

Health, blessings, and peace!


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