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smithicks
Sunday, July 31, 2011, 11:20pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Hello, I am transitioning to the Hunter diet from the Type O diet, and am quite confused about which foods are superfoods and which are toxins.  The book is clear enough, but when I go to the online recipe center for the GTD, multiple recipes include toxins or black dot ingredients, although they are not noted.

For example, this Hunter recipe is for cottage cheese and pineapple: http://www.genotypediet.com/gtd_recipe_viewer.pl?6303. Whereas, cottage cheese is in the toxin column in the book.  

Another recipe includes spinach and green olives, both black dot ingredients: http://www.genotypediet.com/gtd_recipe_viewer.pl?6706.

So, I guess my question is where is the most up to date information?  The book references the web site for the most up to date information and meal plan help, but I cannot find either.  Am I missing something?  Thanks in advance for your guidance.
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Sunday, July 31, 2011, 11:36pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Follow the GenoType values in the book! These are the most up to date values publicly available.

Some of the recipes in the GenoType database were inherited from a pay site ran by Waterfront media. Waterfront was not always sensitive to what was an avoid. We are working to remove errors.

Also note on the listing of recipe pages in the search pages it indicates on the icons whether a recipe include black dots.  (True for most black dot recipes --not all)


On pages with recipes:

Black dots are not noted in the listing of ingredients sections, instead the presence of black dots is noted in the "benefits" section.

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The GenoType food ratings are copyrighted and people are not allowed to post listings on the open web.

When the GenoType website was restricted to those that paid $5 per week, the food ratings were included. Now that the site is free, food ratings are not included.


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Personally, I prefer the recipes in the blood type diet database.

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipes.htm

I just look at the ingredients to verify they are GenoType compliant.

This spares me from getting recipes like this one in the GenoType recipe collection:

http://www.genotypediet.com/gtd_recipe_viewer.pl?6340

(A recipe that explains that before serving chocolate kisses, I should unwrap them)

(According to the GenoType database chocolate kisses are good for all GenoTypes, except Teachers. Kisses contain sugar and milk in addition to chocolate so they are actually bad for all GenoTypes.)


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(A recipe that explains that before serving chocolate kisses, I should unwrap them)


That is almost as good as a can of tuna that says "contains fish".


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Mr. Sharp,  thank your for the background and logic behind the info on the web site.  It definitely clarifies things.  I also appreciate the advise about referring to the BTD recipes, which I have been utilizing quite a bit on the BTD.  There are lots of good ones on there, so I will just modify as needed based on the lists in the book.
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