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Rex
Sunday, November 18, 2007, 8:06am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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You "young-uns" are adorible.  Ahhh to be young again...sigh.  All kidding aside, it's so great to see that you have such a great interest in maintaining your good health.  I developed my interest in maintaining my health starting about the age of 15 years old.  Now I'm almost 69 years old & I see the wonderful results of my efforts.  Many of my friends of my same age are not doing as well as I am.  I'm so glad that I stuck with it...it has paid off big time for me & I'm sure it will pay off for you too if you stick with it. People still are amazed that I refuse to join them when they eat their "junk" foods...I "just say no"...they say they can't do without what they describe as "life's pleasures".  I tell them that my life's pleasure is my good health...they still don't get it, oh well.
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You "young-uns" are adorible.  Ahhh to be young again...sigh.  All kidding aside, it's so great to see that you have such a great interest in maintaining your good health.  I developed my interest in maintaining my health starting about the age of 15 years old.  Now I'm almost 69 years old & I see the wonderful results of my efforts.  Many of my friends of my same age are not doing as well as I am.  I'm so glad that I stuck with it...it has paid off big time for me & I'm sure it will pay off for you too if you stick with it. People still are amazed that I refuse to join them when they eat their "junk" foods...I "just say no"...they say they can't do without what they describe as "life's pleasures".  I tell them that my life's pleasure is my good health...they still don't get it, oh well.


"Life's pleasures' that bring you pain and an unhealthy body.  Yes...good health is the best of all pleasures.  To be able to do what others can't.  I love it.  Hopefully, one day they will get it.

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good one Rex!


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I believe so strongly in the BTD...it's worked wonders for me. I've even lost a few more pounds which is surprising in light of the fact that I'm eating more food than I ever allowed myself to eat before. It's the choice of foods that seem to be making the difference.  For example, never in a million years would I ever have used EVOO as a salad dressing but that's exactly what I use now...and still, the weight is coming off...and staying off...amazing!
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I don't know, Drive55, the lime gelatin sounds good to me!  Yes, I know it's not on my list of things I should eat but I do love lime gelatin with cream cheese, crushed pineapple and walnuts.  I serve that sometimes at Christmas and there are a few of us who dig right in and slurp it up.
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I don't know, Drive55, the lime gelatin sounds good to me!  Yes, I know it's not on my list of things I should eat but I do love lime gelatin with cream cheese, crushed pineapple and walnuts.  I serve that sometimes at Christmas and there are a few of us who dig right in and slurp it up.


Yes, but surely not with MAYO on top???  Also, I doubt you could possibly serve this dish to guests and say, with a straight face, that this is a "salad".  
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Gee, how could I forget the mayo!   A salad, it is n-o-t.  Actually, I could slurp it all up and call it dessert.  But then, I'm funny that way.
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So I'm digging up this old thread again....

I typed 6 people in the last 3 days!  I'm finding that the word spreads fast, and people ask about me, wanting to know their blood types.  Usually they don't know why, they're just curious.  But it always opens up for a good chat about ER4YT/GTD.  These are from last night- I just thought y'all might get a kick out of the pics







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Man, your white board looks just like the one in the D'Adamo Clinic!

Here is your next lesson!

http://www.dadamo.com/B2blogs/blogs/index.php/2008/10/16/the-early-blood-detectives?blog=24


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You go Eric!   You have a regular little clinic going there..
Making a profit?
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keep on spreading that enthusiasm!!!


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Dr. D, thanks!   That's a pretty big compliment!    If you know where I can get cheaper Anti-A/Anti-B agglutinins, I'm all ears...     (maybe I should just tomatoes and chicken...lol)

Haha thx Diana & Lola!  A clinic... that's the dream actually.   But I figure I should probably finish ND school before I get sued for trying to spread the word.


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Eric, I would venture to guess the girls flock around you not so much because of the health information you're offering.  I would venture to guess they would flock to listen to you talk about any subject you cared to talk about.  But that's just a guess.


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hahahahahahaha... i dunno, but the intentions are honest, honest!


Speaking of making a profit though... that brings me to what Dr. D said in his most recent blog:

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Ill grow herbs in my own garden and when someone cant pay, theyll just give me a basket of vegetables or a chicken.

Last I heard he was practicing in a white lab coat, in downtown Seattle, in a conventional medical office.


It's true, people will talk all they want about what they'll do when... bla bla whatever... I've also seen this happen to some friends of mine, who started out with huge ambitions and great intentions to help the world, but then they get sucked into the American Trap because of a job offer after high school, etc.    So I'm not anywhere near perfect, but I'm trying to set my life now so that I won't have to make any hard decisions if a fat dollar bill gets dangled in my face.




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Eric,
Have you given more thought to entering an N.D. program?



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Eric, I would venture to guess the girls flock around you not so much because of the health information you're offering.  I would venture to guess they would flock to listen to you talk about any subject you cared to talk about.  But that's just a guess.


yeah, just a wild guess!
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Eric, they are right about the girls trust me. I found it was best just to sit and listen, but I did consider what I listened too sometimes it was not what I liked. If nothing else you are planting a seed-just like you mission.

On the note of ND School right now that is not an option for me. I'll be lucky to get to the Univeristy of Utah Med School. FOr my husbands civilain he works for the railroad and the hub is here in Slat Lake City. But I'll bring some interesting questions and situations to class   to say the least. I'll probaby go to Utah State Univ. or Weber State Univ. to get the six pre-med classes I need. Right now, I've two young boys who need Mom to home school them again. That my dear is why I am not in my second year of med school.

Good luck


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Typed one person last night at work. She really just wanted her blood type which she kept telling me was B, turned out to be an A.

I had to get up from the table in the breakroom, they were on to the weight watchers thing again and points. My O friend was proceeding to eat a whole bag of popcorn and a can of Progresso soup all given points by WW, all on her diet. She lost 5 put back 3, and has been counting points.
  I did say a few things, about losing and regaining weight, they all agreed. I left it at that, keep them a bit hungry for information.

I later approached my WW friend and asked if she would like me to at least measure her and give her a list of foods that would help, and that she could combine it with WW if she wanted.
She agreed.. I think she is a Gatherer ( I need to do all the calculations)big obesity family history, big diabetes history.  
She has one son that is autistic and does not speak.

So the day to day challenges continue with people.



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That's really cool!   And probably one of the first things that stuck out when I first read ER4YT... it's not about points, counting, starving, or anything!  Just common sense and discipline-- things we lack in our society


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it's not about points, counting, starving, or anything!  Just common sense and discipline-- things we lack in our society

And Eating for our types!


MIFHI

"Do not try to satisfy your vanity by teaching a great many things. Awaken people's curiosity. It is enough to open minds; do not overload them." Anatole France

"Healthy people have the least overt symptoms from eating avoid foods." Dr. D'Adamo
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I wonder which group is harder to convince that our food lifestyle Is the best way to go.   The 20 something crowd still think they are invincible and havent suffered many of the ailments that older people have.  Middle aged people who are getting that middle aged spread with all the side effects from a poor diet showing up should be open to it, but many are set in their ways and brainwashed by the media and commercials.  Then there is the geriatric crowd who grew up on organic food because that was all there was, but slowly got sucked into the SAD way of life.  They have seen so many fads come & go that they just say hogwash.  They have also grown up trusting traditional medical doctors, so will do anything they tell them to.

Eric, Im glad you are at least convincing some young minds.  Maybe as they grow older, what you said will stick in their minds.


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