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girly
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It's been quite a few months since I have been on the site!! I was so addicted and felt I needed a break. I have wittled my 5'9 frame from a size 20 to a size 9! I feel amazing and want to encourage everyone to learn their secretor status..Learning that I was a NON-SECRETOR and that I absolutely must stay away from ALL forms of sugar changed my life..perhaps even more than the diet itself...the weight ( 70+ pounds just fell off)





Mom to 4 B's...living with extreme food allergies to wheat, all dairy, eggs and pineapple !! ( Me, not the kids..)
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ain't that right!!!
can t recommend doing the secretor test enough, to anyone I bump with!!

so happy about your results!
great job!


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CONGRATULATIONS!!!!
I am so glad for you and happy that you are doing so well.
I too hope to find the way, still learning from all the knowledgable people on this site.
I am gaining instead so trying to figure it out. I was just advised to find out my secretor or do GTD. Wish there were more areas in Eastern Canada interested in this....
Cindy


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any before and after shots you can post...very curious


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What a great accomplishment.  You must be so proud of yourself and I know you must feel great!!!!
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I'm really happy to hear about your success.  It's so interesting how secretor status can make such a difference.
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You go, girly! It's so satisfying to finally dump the weight!


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girly...congratulations on your weight loss with this way of life.  Yes, learning your secretor status is the key...especially when you are a nonnie.  Me too, I have learned  that all kinds of sugars, even compliant ones, are not that good for me. Keep up the work.

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b r a v o o o..... I feel a bit  
coz of my weight gain....


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I would gladly post some before and after shots if I could figure out how to do it!! ...
I look so completely different !  Much of my weighloss success is also due to the fact that I have cut out my food allergins completely too! Haven't eaten any dairy or an egg in 7 months!!! ( Haven't had a migraine in 7 months either...hmmmmm...I wonder???





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that's what I wondered..when B's wrote to me *no dairies......* ..gopf.....ok sweetheart.....no d's for the next few months....up from tomorrow ..........on.....yada.... ....


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Oh, girly, I'm so happy for you!! This is real dancin' in the streets stuff!
That secretor test is a real life-changer, I know it was for me.

cindy, it's my understanding that the secretor and non-secretor diets are miles apart for A's. Also saves so much guesswork. Do it soon as you can, you'll never regret it. You can only learn useful stuff from having it done.
Cheers, all...


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Thanks for letting me know about you weight loss... I have an AB sister and she will be wanting to get in shape for her wedding... I will pass along your success... THANKS and WAY TO GO!!!


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girly,

I'm speechless.  That's amazing.

I wish I could stay away from the carbs like that... *L*
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Congratulations girly! I'm trying to follow your lead and stay off all sugar also until I reach my goal weight. It's so hard! I've aleady cheated twice this month!    Maybe it's harder because I'm an A? (In my case)
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Congratulations girly! I'm trying to follow your lead and stay off all sugar also until I reach my goal weight. It's so hard! I've aleady cheated twice this month!    Maybe it's harder because I'm an A? (In my case)


Mayflowers...don't think of it as cheating...think of it as a reminder of how far you have come.

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..I'm speechless....I wish I could stay away from the carbs like that... *L*


girly, WHAT an accomplishment. I am so happy for you and proud of you!! It takes real commitment to reach the goals you have. Keep up the good work.

Ron, I'm right there w/ ya.........hard to give up the carbs.  



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It's been quite a few months since I have been on the site!! I was so addicted and felt I needed a break. I have wittled my 5'9 frame from a size 20 to a size 9! I feel amazing and want to encourage everyone to learn their secretor status..Learning that I was a NON-SECRETOR and that I absolutely must stay away from ALL forms of sugar changed my life..perhaps even more than the diet itself...the weight ( 70+ pounds just fell off)

  
Fabulous!
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Haven't had a migraine in 7 months either...hmmmmm...I wonder???


Double fabulous with a cherry on top!


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Congratulations Girly! You've done a great job



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Much of my weighloss success is also due to the fact that I have cut out my food allergins completely too! Haven't eaten any dairy or an egg in 7 months!!! ( Haven't had a migraine in 7 months either...hmmmmm...I wonder???

Yes, migraines are often caused by: 1)allergens, or 2) severe digestive issues - (may refer to #1).



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Yes, migraines are often caused by: 1)allergens, or 2) severe digestive issues - (may refer to #1).


3) lack of hydration

For me anyway......when I drink my allotted amount of water, it keeps things well under control. Of course eating compliantly helps as well.  



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Fantastic Girly!  Now you need to hang around more and share your wisdom with others.



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Girly, welcome back!  And what great news!

When I switched my daughter to the nonnie diet she improved as well.  She can't eat eggs or dairy either (except ghee).  She still has migraines. We haven't figured out what causes them, but I will keep hydration in mind.

Girly, can you eat soy?  Just out of curiosity, do you know your GenoType?


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When I switched my daughter to the nonnie diet she improved as well.  She can't eat eggs or dairy either (except ghee).  She still has migraines. We haven't figured out what causes them, but I will keep hydration in mind.


Ribbit, how old is your daughter?

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Fantastic Girly!  Now you need to hang around more and share your wisdom with others.


I second that!!



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Bravo Girly! Simply amazing!


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Ribbit, how old is your daughter?




5 1/2.  Going on 18.


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5 1/2.  Going on 18.


........bless your heart!! I'm putting up my shield before I ask, but I was looking in the You: The Owners Manual book again and it lists caffeine as a trigger. You're not letting her drink coffee are you?      But seriously, how about chocolate, green tea, anything w/ caffeine. Does she have them all the time or just when she has been to specific places? friends or relatives who might let her eat or drink whatever she wants?



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The only caffeine she ever gets is about 1/2 square inch of 100% chocolate (no sweetener) every so often, maybe once a month at the most.  She's had about three migraines, all in the last year and a half or so.  She may have had them before and just couldn't express what was happening.  I don't think it's caffeine.  I don't know what it is.  The eye dr said it wasn't her optic nerve.


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Actually, since I started on the Teacher diet, I feel like I'm losing weight.
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Ribbit,

That seems to be true of every little girl.  

Guys, on the other hand, are almost completely the opposite:  Your average 18 year-old male is usually going on 5 1/2.
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I've often thought of writing a book just on the secretor thing... Congratulations!


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I've often thought of writing a book just on the secretor thing... Congratulations!


Yes, yes!  You should absolutely do that... I think it would generate an awful lot of buzz and interest, because it seems so exotic.
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I've often thought of writing a book just on the secretor thing... Congratulations!


Please do that would be a great book.  Id buy it.


I am B- NON-Sec Explorer; my son is B+ SEC Nomad; my Mother was O+; and my Father was AB-
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another best seller!


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yep...yep..yep please Peter feel free to do that..we are waiting
for this .... here in old Europe (even when CH-land is not EU )...we do need muchmore educational stuffs coz docs and therapists are still persuated either that this thema is NOT relevant and at the other hand....that they still predict
that we can eat what we want...without any sideeffects...


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I've often thought of writing a book just on the secretor thing... Congratulations!


Another vote for it.  When you can find the time.   

Debra



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girly...congrats...I'm thrilled for you...I know exactly how wonderful & proud you must feel...I weigh 9 pounds less now at the age of 69...126 lbs. than than I did when I was 7 years old weighing in at 135 pounds...thanks to the good Dr.D I have been able to maintain this current weight. My heaviest weight was 175 when I was 14 years old. I'm only 5'3". Keep up the good work...I'm rooting for you as I think we all are.  
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Rex, 7   or 17?


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I've often thought of writing a book just on the secretor thing... Congratulations!


Oh, yes please!  I believe that a majority of people who have not had success on the blood type diet are those who did not take their secretor status into consideration.

It makes so much difference!



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Ribbit...the age was seven (7) when I weighed 135!!
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Girly... so it sounds like you averaged 10 lb a month?

is that right?  

Hope you are continuing to do well!    That's a big accomplishment... man how time flies, huh?  


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what is the most quickest way I can find out about the secretor test? doctors? Im in Australia.
I found I have put on a little weight and the only things I really changed was I started taking Blackmores Cod Liver oil Tablets and also started eating salmon which I never ate before. I feel Im getting really bloated and have definatley put on weight suddenly. Cod liver oil and salmon are meant to be great for Hunters. Now Im wondering whether I am really a hunter? can anyone suggest anything?


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I ordered a secretor status test, but in the meantime Ill take out of my diet those things that I added.
I think I might be a type O secretor as the foods that I added go against it: like salmon, cod liver oil + guarana.
I am feeling really sick and very sluggish and fat.
My weight is at about 55kgs and Im around 1.65m's tall, I feel my best at around 50kgs.



Eat your heart out


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Valerie Kay
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Wow that is absolutely awsome! Great jobe girly! That is huge!
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Quoted from jayneeo
if you're not used to it, Huntress.....it may take some getting used to.

I mean the salmon.....


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What, you didn't mean the extra weight?


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