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TJ
Wednesday, August 6, 2008, 11:39pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Ron, I'm happy that you finally found out for sure!  I understand feeling like the deck is stacked against you.  I have really noticed that I'm much more susceptible to negativity when I'm detoxing, such as at the beginning of a big dietary change....  Maybe it's just the changes you are going through, that are leaving you emotionally sensitive.  I've been there, and it sucks, but you get through it.  Heck, it sounds like you already have!
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I was talking with a guy in my office last week that always told me he was BT O.  We were discussing meat and I told him it calmed me down while he told me it agitated him He stuck with chicken, turkey and fish.  Hes also a bigger vegie eater than me.  I told him from the food choices he naturally chooses he sounded more like an A than an O.  He said he was born an A but was a blue baby and had to have a total blood transfer using type O blood.  So his mother told him he then became type O.  I told him to get his blood typed because his genetics were BT A.  I didnt want to negate what his mother told him, but I said that by now maybe he reverted back to BT A.


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Friday, August 29, 2008, 7:00pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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urban legends! lol

he might be an aristocrat!!

blue blood an all!!


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Ron, you sound like me when I eat nightshades.  Is your diet entirely nightshade-free or are you eating any at all?  Just curious.


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he was born an A but was a blue baby and had to have a total blood transfer using type O blood.  So his mother told him he then became type O.


Someone that receive a blood transfusion of a different blood type is not going to change blood types. He may temporarily have cells of the other type in his body, but his bone marrow is going to produce replacement cells and these will all be the original blood type. Red blood cells do not divide they just die. New red blood cells are produced by bone marrow.

The average lifetime of a red blood cell is 120 days. Those cells he received as a baby are long gone. So Redlilac I think you were pretty diplomatic to say "maybe he reverted."



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Ron, you sound like me when I eat nightshades.  Is your diet entirely nightshade-free or are you eating any at all?  Just curious.
If I remember correctly, nightshades are things like potatoes, eggplant, and tomatoes, right?

If that's what they are then, yes, I'm avoiding nightshades.  My system is very, very sensitive...
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An A-nonnie! Yes, that would explain why you did as well as you did on the O-nonnie diet. The difference in the diets between A nonnies and A secretors is the largest of all the blood groups.

I'm glad for you that you finally know the truth and can go forward in your quest for great health. Whew!
Well, don't breathe that sigh of relief too soon because, on the O-nonnie diet, I was eating beef and lamb like a fanatic.  Also, I was methodically suppressing my already-weak Teacher immune system with all the O-nonnie Hunter anti-inflammatories like Chinese skullcap.

I've been experiencing a lot of weird pains around my gallbladder and back since shortly before finding out I was an A-nonnie Teacher.  I hope they're just perhaps an ulcer or something, because I don't currently have medical insurance to find out for sure.
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I've been experiencing a lot of weird pains around my gallbladder and back since shortly before finding out I was an A-nonnie Teacher.  I hope they're just perhaps an ulcer or something, because I don't currently have medical insurance to find out for sure.


Ron,

It would probably be good to follow the Liver protocol, as much as coincides with your diet...  I know that with all of the detoxing I am doing, that I have been supplementing my liver for 6 - 12 months and still have pains...  Most of the pain is caused by the body removing the toxin cysts from the diaphragm or rib areas now, but I had my share of gall bladder or liver pain as well...


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If I remember correctly, nightshades are things like potatoes, eggplant, and tomatoes, right?

If that's what they are then, yes, I'm avoiding nightshades.  My system is very, very sensitive...


And peppers, which would include seemingly innocent things like paprika.  


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I wish Ron was still around. I went through the same experience he did on the diet, I found out I was a warrior in the end and now feel just fine.  My blood sugar was out of whack. Well take care Ron, hope your doing good.  
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I believe Ron is still around....as Ron-A-non!
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You should PM him for encouragement.


Eat your heart out


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it disturbs me alot to read about him as a *guest user* we do love him as he is and wanted to have him as a normal memeber hey man be back soon here!!!!!


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He even had his picture up for a few days.  What a handsome man and he keeps hiding from us this way.


ISTJ, BTD since 5/05.  Battling chronic Lyme disease since ~1985.

"Everything is permissible for me, but not everything is beneficial..."  I Corinthians 6:12

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Agh, GUEST USER?  Why would he cancel his forum account????  Ribbit, I hope we didn't scare him off with our backward conservative political thinking.
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I was a member back in 2004-2006 and I got deleted also. Perhaps they don't have the space to keep non active members? I don't notice this in other forums though..

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........ hope that won't become reality .... ...


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hey man called the icebear  or just Ron-A-non...where are you !!!
..... I aaaam missing Uuuu !!!


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