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Loops
Thursday, June 28, 2012, 11:12pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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hi -

I really can't get much variety here at all.  Also goat cheese (feta) is a definite avoid for me.  There is very little sheep cheese.  The only cheese I can get that is beneficial is parmesan.  None of the neutrals listed I can get.  REally, the selection is very limited here in Chile.  I mean there are lots of different cow cheeses, and local goats cheese, and that is about it.  Manchego is also an avoid for me.
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Quoted from Jane
  Then again, pregnancy just makes you crave weird things sometimes.  When I was pregnant (I craved tomato soup and tuna fish sandwiches.  


My sister craved dairy during pregnancy and ended up with a child allergic to milk.


MIfHI                            I follow a SWAMI diet.
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hmm, well, does that mean I should avoid it then?  Did she eat a lot of cheese in her pregnancy or something?

Conor - I can't put my finger on what it is exactly about cheese.  Only that I want to eat it and it is very tasty, and then if I eat it the next few days I don't want it, then on the third day I HAVE to have it again.  REally weird.

Sigh. Anybody else have any experiences?  I guess I am hoping that somebody will come on here and say yes I had a casein intolerance but now I am happily eating my Swami diamond cheeses without problem!
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I think you should listen to your body and not over-think things. Make sure you get enough food and enough nutrition, and trust your body to crave what you need when you need it. If you eat a lot of cheese and then don't want any for the next few days, that sounds like self-limiting to me.

C_Sharp's sister was likely having an addictive-type craving for cheese when she was pregnant. If that was the case with you, you'd want it all the time, and not have those "I don't want anymore" days in between.


Ruth, Single Mother to 20 yo  O- Leah , 18 yo O- Hannah, and  13 yo B+ Jack


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Thanks Ruth -

I think you are right.  It has been such a big issue for me because it was hell coming off dairy a few years ago so I wanted to be careful adding it back in.

I have it in the fridge so it is there if I want it.
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I note that nearly all posts are from BT O's. Perhaps that is there more assertive nature reflected.

Any info out there as to which Blood Type tends to stick with the program. A GT3 Teacher I have not continued to have the early on exemplary results. Still a staunch believer in Dr.D's Science.

It would be lovely if Dr. D'Adamo commented on some of theses queries,. Otherwise it's the " SWAMIS' Leading the SWAMIS.
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Do you grate your own? This is key…..do not use pre grated.
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Quoted from erlT
I note that nearly all posts are from BT O's. Perhaps that is there more assertive nature reflected.

Any info out there as to which Blood Type tends to stick with the program. A GT3 Teacher I have not continued to have the early on exemplary results. Still a staunch believer in Dr.D's Science.

It would be lovely if Dr. D'Adamo commented on some of theses queries,. Otherwise it's the " SWAMIS' Leading the SWAMIS.

This comment would be more appropriate in the Teacher's Lounge, but ...
I comment quite regularly, but on a topic for Type O, I feel there are Type O individuals with more experience than I to make the comments.

As a Teacher, you may have some yo-yo type results while following the diet, especially right after the initial feel-good phase when the body starts some deep healing.  Keep with the program and allow the body to heal.  You need to continue to watch for avoid foods and maybe reduce the amount of input as the body takes more nutritional value from the foods you eat.


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