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I like to visualize things to keep me on track and lately I have been feeling inspired and spurred on by the following thoughts.

I imagine my lists of beneficial food as being like a giant master puzzle of the optimum healthy representation of my body that Dr D has gelled together for me, with the pieces in the puzzle being each of the food items and lifestyle recommendations that I need to include in my daily life to reach that healthy state myself.  The aim is to reproduce that masterpiece each and everyday of my life, building my own puzzle, by placing food items in my daily menus of the right type, in the right quantity, and in the right location as well as applying each lifestyle recommendation from the masterpiece.  Eating food items that are not on the lists, or in the wrong quantities, or not following any of the lifestyle recommendations for my type,  will be like trying to place a distorted piece into the puzzle, no matter how much you try to make it fit, if it does not belong there it will not work and you end up with a weird, looking picture, which normally will be funny, except that our health is not laughing matter.  So, I talk myself into keeping working on those daily puzzles until they are cemented in my life in such a way that I become the personification of the masterpiece Dr D is showing me today.  




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Great summary!! All the best in your puzzling... Btw how tall are you; just for interest
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1.56, still packing it a bit, got another 20kg to lose, to get me to the first stage of my goal. I always felt better around the 58-62 kg range.  I know some charts according to my height required me to be below 55, but I have been there and I looked terrible, felt awful and vulnerable.  The upper end of 50s is my ideal, but at this stage of my life, I will be thrilled when I get it to the sixties.

Meal planning and cooking within the guidelines is becoming easier and easier.  Today for lunch I cooked a big barramandi fillet, I just had a little portion that could fit in the palm of my hand and hubby and son had the rest.  It was so yummy and tasty.  That with brown rice with lots of onion, garlic, carrot and zuccini.  Yum, Yum.  
I am sipping a cup of Nettle and green tea while typing this.  Thanks for asking. ..  




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at this stage of my life, I will be thrilled when I get it to the sixties. You realise you are closer than you think - being 58
1.56 - I am struggling ot get my brain to compute that into feet...??!!
Meal planning and cooking within the guidelines is becoming easier and easier.  Today for lunch I cooked a big barramandi fillet, I just had a little portion that could fit in the palm of my hand and hubby and son had the rest.  It was so yummy and tasty.  That with brown rice with lots of onion, garlic, carrot and zuccini.  Yum, Yum.  
I am sipping a cup of Nettle and green tea while typing this.  Thanks for asking. ..  
That lunch sounds wonderful... well done!! Was thinking about you, earlier... as I pondered over whether to buy the sole that was on special in the supermarket tonight...But decided to wait and be sure...after my experience this time last week with my fish with lemon pepper Besides, my husband said sole tastes like old boots !!!

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It's not Sole food hey Possum!  he he   Yep, pays to have great fish, sounds yummy Cristina.

I like to bake my fish in Aluminium foil ( I know that could be bad but don't think it leaches into food   and it at least keeps all the fish oils in) with garlic, mozzarella cheese, butter or olive spread or ghee, herbs, and lemon juice.  


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Great hints GW, I normally would have used foil, but this fish has been frozen for a month, so I was worry it will go all watery (like boiled) on us.  So, I rubbed sea celtic salt and olive oil, put it in a baking tray in a 350 oven and hoped for the best!  Kept a close eye on it, opening oven a few times to make sure it was not drying out too much. I think it took 15 minutes?  I do not know, was not checking the time, just waiting for it to be ready to eat.

I learnt something though, frozen barra does not lose its taste at all, if it does, I am glad I did freeze it, otherwise the taste would have blown me away and I would still be wondering around the house with glazy eyes, and muttering incomprehensive things like ate moya, car ica, tri bola, ... and that would have not only kept me away from this forum, but got me in trouble at home ...  




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Lola & Cristina, I have been reading this string and your genuine and sincere appreciation of "the Dr D Programs" is quite inspiring. Really makes me feel like I am making good choices with it

Also picked up on the mucus issue you (Cristina)  mentioned in your throat. It has about worn me out. By the end of the day my throat is so sore from clearing my throat. This could be from wheat right? Just gave it up and hoping to see adifference soon




If you keep doing what you've always done, and you keep getting what you've aways got, perhaps it's time for a change...
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Collonsonia will help with the mucous too!


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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Ordered it this morning - thanks!




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most avoids may cause this discomfort....
dairy is another one for instance..


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Golfzilla   thanks.

Regarding the mucus, I had also picked up that grabbing a few too many dates (which I love) is sure to trigger that throat clearing need.  The dates itself are a bene, but the only dry ones I have access to, come packed with vegetable oils,      sure to be avoids ...  Pity, but, no thanks ...  




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Quoted from Cristina
I learnt something though, frozen barra does not lose its taste at all, if it does, I am glad I did freeze it, otherwise the taste would have blown me away and I would still be wondering around the house with glazy eyes, and muttering incomprehensive things like ate moya, car ica, tri bola, ... and that would have not only kept me away from this forum, but got me in trouble at home ...  
I am intrigued/amused Please...is it possible to explain or is it too private

GW Your fish recipe sounds wonderful too!! Now that one is sole food!!!
Never been too sure on re the aluminium foil issue myself... from all the warnings/conflicting info I've read...Would be an interesting discussion??!!
If you can trust Wiki..."Aluminum is the third most abundant element in the earth's crust after oxygen and silicon, making up about 8% of the surface. It finds its way into the air and water and is taken up by plants from the soil. With that much of the element on earth, if it were toxic to living creatures, there would not be many around.
Acidic or highly salty foods tend to leach more aluminum out than other foods...
There are a few risks associated with aluminum. Excessive amounts in children with kidney disease can affect bone strength. Large amounts - in excess of what is possible to ingest in a normal person's diet - affect fetal brain and skeletal development. Also, people can develop skin sensitivity to aluminum chlorhydrate in deodorants."
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I am intrigued/amused Please...is it possible to explain or is it too private



Posumm!!  Not like you not to get the pun!  I meant that the fish would have been so delicious if I just cooked it fresh that it would have sent me into a state of bliss and the muttering of words is from all the recent research I have been doing with relevant words still twirling in my mind: atemoya (our custard apple), carica papaya (our papaya), annona tribola (US PawPaw). The trouble at home is that when I start muttering those words they all seem to shake their heads: there she goes again with that forum thing ...   All good fun ...  

With the punning question, it makes me think that I still got to learn a lot from the master punning friend from NZ.  




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Cristina, ha ha! sounds like some incantations maybe from Harry Potter!  Glad you're enjoying your tucker, this is not like any other deprivation diet thank goodness.  Never felt like I'm on a starvation diet on the BTD/GTD only a get healthier diet!  

You must have defrosted your fish before you cooked it?  I always get frozen fish (that's what budget allows at the moment really).  Heard from fisherman that they are all frozen on the boat straight after catching anyway, so fresh fish in a fish shop is a misnomer.  Our local fish and chip shop catches some themselves though.  If it's frozen too long it can get freezer burn (crystals forming) so I watch out for that.

When I defrost it myself then I can trust that it's safe to eat.  My Mum bought some fish from a supermarket deli once and got food poisoning from it (in Darwin (semi-tropical north of Australia) mind you).  

Golfzilla - know exactly what you mean, it's very annoying, ahem (clear throat).  


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GW, nope, I did not defrost it, went straight from the freezer to the oven, (after rubbing the oil and salt).  Broke all my conventional traditions with that one.  To start with, I did not think it was going to work.  But my goodness!! It did work, finger licking work!  And to think of it I had the oven quite high to start with (in a hurry to get it on the table to waiting family).  When I said I was keeping an eye on it, I was also doing some intervention.  I took it out once or twice to remove the thinner bits of meat that were cooking (did not want them paper dry and kept the hungry mob waiting with fork and knife happy).  Also, at some stage I cut it in half (across not lengthwise), because of the thick mid drift, too thick, too long to cook, and left the one half in the oven while I pat and toss the other half on a very hot cast iron pan.  We ate the pot one first while the one in the oven was finishing off cooking slowly.  By the time we finished the first half, the second one was ready.  I guess it was a case of play it as you go and the experiment worked.  

Obviously barra must be naturally good to produce something so nice even after this rough treatment and a month old in the freezer.  Bought it at local woolies, where they seem to get good fish lately.  




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Posumm!!  Not like you not to get the pun! Quite true... I think its to do with me failing to give your findings the attention they deserve - I am (just) surviving all the new things to learn at work at the mo, by taking it in, on a needs to know basis... & my brain has shut down temporarily on things I think I can afford to focus on at a later date.. however it caught up with me when I didn't know whether sole was a good purchase the other evening...
I meant that the fish would have been so delicious if I just cooked it fresh that it would have sent me into a state of bliss and the muttering of words is from all the recent research I have been doing with relevant words still twirling in my mind: atemoya (our custard apple), carica papaya (our papaya), annona tribola (US PawPaw). The trouble at home is that when I start muttering those words they all seem to shake their heads: there she goes again with that forum thing ...   All good fun ... Indeed!!!
With the punning question, it makes me think that I still got to learn a lot from the master punning friend from NZ.  
Not sure about that...I think you're great as you are...
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Guessing the ice in the fish melting into water kept it moist while it was cooking and defrosting at the same time.  That may be a whole new way of cooking using the iceblock method.  Great stuff.


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I am intrigued/amused Please...is it possible to explain or is it too private

GW Your fish recipe sounds wonderful too!! Now that one is sole food!!!
Never been too sure on re the aluminium foil issue myself... from all the warnings/conflicting info I've read...Would be an interesting discussion??!!
If you can trust Wiki..."Aluminum is the third most abundant element in the earth's crust after oxygen and silicon, making up about 8% of the surface. It finds its way into the air and water and is taken up by plants from the soil. With that much of the element on earth, if it were toxic to living creatures, there would not be many around.
Acidic or highly salty foods tend to leach more aluminum out than other foods... That's a worry since I like putting lemon in my fish! like the way you say we're still here and there's lots of it around!
There are a few risks associated with aluminum. Excessive amounts in children with kidney disease can affect bone strength. Large amounts - in excess of what is possible to ingest in a normal person's diet - affect fetal brain and skeletal development. Also, people can develop skin sensitivity to aluminum chlorhydrate in deodorants."


Thanks for the info small, cute furry animal! I get swollen lymph nodes in the neck from normal deodorant so I go for aluminium free tea tree type now.  We used to have aluminium pots and I've worried about that.  I heard it's linked with alzheimers.  Yicky.
I think there was a thread on it before on here.  Searching and found some people saying canned foods are a source, it causes Autism, it's in some cream of tartar, baking powders, immunisations.
Found this in the Blood Type Diet FAQ at http://www.dadamo.com/faq/smartfaq.cgi?subject=988813483
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"Avoid aluminum cookery (it can contaminate your food with aluminum) and microwaves (they change the molecular structure of foods in unknown ways) for heating foods."


Yep, there's a lot to know and it can get a little overstimulating at times.  


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Cristina's two month reflections:

September and October (and these few days in November) were the months where there have been moments of celebration (my DD's 25th), moments of a mixture of pain and feeling of relief (dentist amalgam removal), lots of learning and joy and networking in the forum, scary moments (DH bee thing and DGD accident) and life in general.  I am here and determined to reach my goals.

After secretor tests and in depth look at personalities ... I joined the Swami Warriorhood on the 15th Oct dragging a 2 week plateau of 87kg.

Four days on the Warrior lifestyle, still low activity levels though, but I saw the scales moving again down to 86kg where they stayed for the next 20days til today.

Nov 4, the warrior supps arrived, started taking them.  Weight still plateaued at 86.

Five days later which included some supps  and two heavy sessions of gym, transformed the plateau into a 1.5kg loss.  Now on 84.6Kg.

Except when we had the dust storms here that caused me a bit of discomfort for a couple of days, I have been feeling fantastic during this Swami ride: satisfied, rested, alert.

REality checks:
Got to improve my exercise and supps taking routines. Do not make enough time for the heavy sweaty physical activity and keep on forgetting to take the supps (end up doing both, but at different times all the time).   




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When choosing secretor status I get a 45% (Good Association) with the GT3 Teacher Genotype.

When I choose non-secretor I get 41% (again good association) with the GT3 Teacher Genotype.


Isn't this exciting? I loved getting GenoTyped!    Refresh my memory, why are you following the Warrior diet?
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Thanks for the info small, cute furry animal! Cheers I like this... although if you've ever riled/cornered one of us...you may alter your review  
I get swollen lymph nodes in the neck from normal deodorant so I go for aluminium free tea tree type now.  We used to have aluminium pots and I've worried about that.  I heard it's linked with alzheimers.  Yicky. Doesn't seem to be any conclusive reports on this... I've also heard other info   But again, its prob'ly an individual thing
I think there was a thread on it before on here.  Searching and found some people saying canned foods are a source, it causes Autism, it's in some cream of tartar, baking powders, immunisations.
Found this in the Blood Type Diet FAQ at http://www.dadamo.com/faq/smartfaq.cgi?subject=988813483 Excellent!!! great reminders - Am gonna file it!! Thanks
Yep, there's a lot to know and it can get a little overstimulating at times.   Indeed!!!


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Hi MF, it has been an evolving thing of finding more about myself with tests results, personality, family history.  I input this data into Swami and let it compute the best for me.  I was a bit surprise to start with, but it goes with my intuition.  I have been very open about what is been happening in this journey.  You will find more explanations in posts 31 and 38 (page 2, or pg1 and 2).  

Actually, I have to check my Swami again, but by now with all these refinements, Swami is making me 51 or 52% warrior.  I am adaptable and these are just labels, but the food lists are working great for me at the moment.
Checked it and it is 52% strong association.  Have a look at these values (moderators, hope it is OK to post this here).

Calculator Points:

    * Torso to Leg Ratio /Characteristic of Warrior.
          o Your lower leg is longer than your upper leg.
    * Your ABO blood type (A) is characteristic of Warrior.
    * Rh positive blood type is often observed in Warrior GenoType.
    * Secretor status is often observed in Warrior GenoType.

Strength Testing, First Pass

    * Caffeine insensitive /Characteristic of Warrior.
    * Gynic upper leg space in women /Characteristic of Warrior.
    * Mesomorphic or meso-endomorphic somatotype /Characteristic of Warrior.

Strength Testing, Second Pass

    * Characteristic MN subgroup (MN) /Characteristic of Warrior.
    * Ethnicity strength points /Characteristic of Warrior.
    * Lactose tolerance /Characteristic of Warrior.
    * MBI EI(E) Attitude suggestive of GenoType /Characteristic of Warrior.
    * MBI JP(P) Function suggestive of GenoType /Characteristic of Warrior.
    * MBI SN(N) Function suggestive of GenoType /Characteristic of Warrior.
    * MBI TF(T) Function suggestive of GenoType /Characteristic of Warrior.
    * Parameter suggestive of GenoType (High Risk WHR) /Characteristic of Warrior.

PS: the 51% happens when I change MBI JP(J) where is where I sit most ( think, although these TJPNFS markers go past my attention ... )  Swami uses them, so I put them there.  Either way makes me a warior.  The biggy one for me was the EI, that could change labels (Teacher/Warrior), but most now see me as extrovert.  Maybe I was always extrovert that deteriorating lifestyles (from BTD point of view), made introvert, but the gene resetting process has made me revert back to extrovert.  





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Congrulations on the weight loss.  Keep up the good work!


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Hi MF, it has been an evolving thing of finding more about myself with tests results, personality, family history.  I input this data into Swami and let it compute the best for me.


Oooh. I must have missed that.    I knew there must have been something I missed. So are you tall?  I'm 5'7"...Andrea is about 5'4" I think. Warriors are supposed to be tall. I don't know what happened to Andrea though with her height..lol.  I guess it doesn't apply to all Warriors.  

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