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OneHorseFarms
Saturday, July 26, 2008, 6:00pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I am entering into my second week of the Blood Type Diet and I am happy beyond measure at the results so far.

It has been a fun "game" to see how many positive foods I can eat and how minuscule amount of negatives I can eat (so far it has only been a small amount of negative one, maybe two, days out of the whole week).

On day two of the diet my acne cleared up by at least 90%. I still have oily skin and I didn't change anything external in my routine but the occasional zit I get now is small, unnoticeable and heals really quickly. WOW.

I had a well-meaning acupuncturist tell me years ago that dairy was the reason for my acne so I cut out as much dairy from my diet as I could (Whoops!) but my skin never improved.

I am now happy to report that I have put mozzarella sticks (now eaten with ranch) back on my menu--something I NEVER would have done a few months ago--and my skin is clearer than ever before. I now see that chicken, corn and maybe tomatoes (I still need to get my secretor test done) were the foods impairing my skin.

I would stay on the BTD forever just for clear skin, but I also am enjoying sleeping through the night (no more waking to pee!), increased energy for my muscles, and the part that is most astonishing is my social level.

When I was little I was an extrovert. I would chat with anyone, anywhere, anytime. Somewhere along the line--probably 10-15 years ago--I became very quiet. Not introverted per se, but just happy to listen and observe over talking. I chalked it up to my passion for meditation, the desire to quiet one's mind and hear more, but when I look back I can see that some social situations were very draining for me.

NOW I am on fire with happy chattiness! I went to a company function after work yesterday and I couldn't believe how EASY it was to talk to people! I used to run out of things to ask people about themselves but last night I was a non-stop river of questions! I learned all about one of my co-workers and felt so energized by  it!

I CAN'T wait to see what other benefits my mind, body and life get from finally eating in-line with my body. I have ordered the secretor and genotype tests, the genotype book and a few B blood type supplements to take my health and wellbeing to the next level.

  I am so happy and grateful for Dr. D' Adamo and his work so that I could turn into this "new me."


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Mayflowers
Saturday, July 26, 2008, 6:50pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Congratulations on your wins with the Blood Type Diet!  

I notice more and more positive things happening every day!
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C_Sharp
Saturday, July 26, 2008, 7:11pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Great Results!!

Also liked your Webpage and blog

Lots of horse pictures:  Pheonix and Bailey


MIfHI                            I follow a SWAMI diet.
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Stefina
Saturday, July 26, 2008, 7:17pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Great.  Week 2 was when it all hit me too and my Crohn's Disease symptoms and all of the other symptoms went away. Yeah!

Same thing for me with the dairy removal! Yikes!  Removing dairy helps so many people it's easy to think that it would help you too before you realize we are Not the majority!

I hope to see more posts from you! Blood Sista!  
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OneHorseFarms
Saturday, July 26, 2008, 7:39pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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  Thank you for all the welcomes. I am not someone who needs everyone to believe what I believe (so I won't be trying to force the BTD on people [ok, unless they ask me about it!]) but it IS wonderful to be able to celebrate with those who understand.

Mayflowers, Thank you!!! I am so excited for change!

C_Sharp, the blog I use most is this one: http://onehorsefarms.livejournal.com/. I sometimes double post to the InsaneJournal one, but not always. (New LiveJournal friends are always welcome, although be warned I have what some might consider to be "out there" beliefs.

Stefina, ADORABLE fairy pictures! I am sure I will post and reply to posts lots since I am so hooked!

Do any of you write in a blog?


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C_Sharp
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Quoted from OneHorseFarms
Do any of you write in a blog?


I presume you have seen the Blood Type Blogs. A number of people you see posting here have blogs there.



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OSuzanna
Saturday, July 26, 2008, 8:02pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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OneHorseFarms, welcome, it was wonderful to read your success post above. Happy chattiness - I can relate!
It's awesome what changes, looked-for and unexpected, happen to us when we jump on the BTD or GTD.
Keep up the good work!


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Mayflowers
Saturday, July 26, 2008, 8:19pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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My son is a B and he does very well on dairy. I'm trying to keep my O son off dairy. He did well on soy milk but he won't drink it now.
I don't understand my problem with dairy.  It stuffs up my nose, but if I stop it completely, I can't lose weight..It's a love/hate relationship..lol
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TJ
Saturday, July 26, 2008, 8:22pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Quoted from OneHorseFarms
...and the part that is most astonishing is my social level.

When I was little I was an extrovert. I would chat with anyone, anywhere, anytime. Somewhere along the line--probably 10-15 years ago--I became very quiet. Not introverted per se, but just happy to listen and observe over talking. I chalked it up to my passion for meditation, the desire to quiet one's mind and hear more, but when I look back I can see that some social situations were very draining for me.

NOW I am on fire with happy chattiness! I went to a company function after work yesterday and I couldn't believe how EASY it was to talk to people! I used to run out of things to ask people about themselves but last night I was a non-stop river of questions! I learned all about one of my co-workers and felt so energized by  it!

I am an introvert, and always have been, but I, too, have noticed that it much easier and more enjoyable to "extrovert" when I need to.  I tend to be a million miles away, but now it's not as hard to be "here" in the moment as I'm conversing with someone, and my social confidence is drastically improved.  I can empathize about those draining social situations--most social situations used to be draining for me; now I don't notice it as much.
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Victoria
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Welcome to a fellow B, and a fellow Oregonian!     

I had similiar experiences upon starting the BTD, even the change in my interaction with people!  Your report was fun to read, and very inspirational.  Keep sharing!



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Great testimonial! Keep up the good work OneHorse Farms and hope to hear more from you  !


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Quoted from OneHorseFarms
I am entering into my second week of the Blood Type Diet and I am happy beyond measure at the results so far.

...NOW I am on fire with happy chattiness!

...I CAN'T wait to see what other benefits my mind, body and life get from finally eating in-line with my body.

...  I am so happy and grateful for Dr. D' Adamo and his work so that I could turn into this "new me."

Awesome!  Isn't the BTD profoundly wonderful?!  I'm glad you are experiencing the benefits and they only get deeper and more amazing from here!  Welcome and congrats to you for discovering the BTD!





"If you are on one of Dr. D's diets and it isn't joyful, you aren't doing it right." - moi

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I'm trying to keep my O son off dairy. He did well on soy milk but he won't drink it now.


May want to think about other milk alternatives.

Soy milk is an avoid for O nonsecretors.

It is neutral for O secretors, but not all of them seem to handle it well according to posts that I have seen in other threads.


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Mayflowers
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Quoted from C_Sharp

May want to think about other milk alternatives.
Soy milk is an avoid for O nonsecretors.
It is neutral for O secretors, but not all of them seem to handle it well according to posts that I have seen in other threads.


Right now he's drinking koolaid.. and water. He likes chocolate milk, so he'll drink that once in awhile. Now he's on a Snapple water and vitamin water kick.  
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http://www.4yourtype.com/products.asp?dept=3
worth taking a look and slowly introducing these in your son s diet.


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My older B son just started to like ice tea. I'm trying to get my O to like it but he's shaking his head saying NO! Working on it.  
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