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Th3pr3dat0r
Friday, July 13, 2012, 8:50am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Hi all!I'm a guy who read the book,and i'm trying to do my diet in the best way i can.I am a natural body builder,i know that is not good for type AB but gym is my life,my passion i can'r live without it
My diet is:
Breakfast
Soya milk
Rice puffed
Marmelade
White egg(150ml)+1 egg whole
Whey protein 20gr
Lunch
Rice blasmati+vegetables+tomato sauce(only tomato)
Turkey(100gr) or fish(200gr)
Many Vegetables+20gr extra virgin olive oil
Snack
White egg(150ml)+1 egg whole
50gr oatmeal
300gr fruit allowed
Dinner
100gr turkey or fish 200 or 1 mozzarella
Many Vegetables
Before bed
1 mozzarella or 30gr blend protein+peanut oil or cottage cheese or a piece of cheese

Is good diet for my blood type?i have carefully calculated all the calories according to my metabolism..
Many thx
p.s.sry for my english,isn't so good
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Recently I saw a blog with an AB body builder he was doing very well. You may be more of a B then an A. Which makes your exercise tolerance better.

Might want to take a look at the Genotype diet and see if it works better for you.

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"Healthy people have the least overt symptoms from eating avoid foods." Dr. D'Adamo

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Thx ,can you give me a link to that blog?
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I'll bet you can even contact the blogger.





http://www.athleticcapital.com.....-diet-overall-health


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How about no fat milk for AB? and milk wothout lactose?is better this one?Thx
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Quoted from Th3pr3dat0r
How about no fat milk for AB? and milk wothout lactose?is better this one?Thx

Per Typebase:
Nonfat cows milk - http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/depictor5.pl?493

I don't know that there is any rating for lactose-free milk, so I'd use the rating for the "regular" milk of the fat content in the milk you purchase...



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Yes i see it..i ask cause yesterday i tryed no fat milk but got some stomach problem ,so before trying lactose free if anyone use it
Rice milk is too sweet,i can't find one without sugar added,soya milk is quite good no problems.
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I always use lactose free milk for my teas ....and have no problems then... before I used normal milk until I've had to take notice that I am lactose intolerant .... run....run...run....


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Your meal plan looks extremely similar to mine, so I would say you're on the right track. My intake percentages is something like 50% Vegetables, 20% Grain/Fruit/Dairy & 30% Meat (Only Turkey or Fish).

I've noticed I run like a race horse when my vegetable intake is 50% or higher. Plus I should note that I only eat foods from the "High" section of the book, unless I have no other choice (ex. restaurants). When people ask "Why don't you eat beef or chicken?", I just tell them I'm a Pescetarian (with an undisclosed addition of Turkey).

Since you're AB perhaps you should also consider fasting once a year. I've done extreme (
40 days of water) fasting to moderate fasting (14-21 days water or 1-40 days juice) to light fasting (3 days water or 10 days juice). The benefits are mind blowing! I've been doing them for years.

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so Snowy 1 you don't seem to have bloodsugar issues as we are prone for...us da *nonnies* btw... welcome on the boards... nice to see another green shield ... .... tried once to come along with fastings...didn't worked for me at all was malade comme un chien ( sick like a dog   ... no-no I don't need this anymore and the more protein I get- the better I feel....
and no soy-products for me either ...


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Welcome to the forum, we have a thread devoted to AB's here:

http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b-GC/m-1334289924/
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Since you're AB perhaps you should also consider fasting once a year. I've done extreme (
40 days of water) fasting to moderate fasting (14-21 days water or 1-40 days juice) to light fasting (3 days water or 10 days juice). The benefits are mind blowing! I've been doing them for years.


Sounds interesting, I've always been intrigued by fasting but I've never tried it because I love to eat.    
Can you expand on the benefits?  
And frequency (you said once a year)?

Thanks.
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Sounds interesting, I've always been intrigued by fasting but I've never tried it because I love to eat.    
Can you expand on the benefits?  
And frequency (you said once a year)?

Thanks.

+1 interesting to me too
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I stumbled upon this thread looking for fellow ABs. I'd be happy to offer some observations, but I truly have more questions than answers. Any ABs out there know of an AB specific forum?

I'm also coming at this from the opposite direction. Very quickly:

I was strong and healthy in youth, but declined rapidly in my late 40s and 50s. BTD reversed everything, and in my opinion, saved my life. I suspect ABs are particularly susceptible to decline given  the "modern" diet of unnatural but common foods.

A young bodybuilder would most certainly benefit by taking advantage of dietary choices that are specifically oriented towards their natural, evolutionary constitution. I believe BTD is at the pinnicle of nutrition science, and though it will take a while, will become the norm for health enthusiasts. I'm certain of this because of the profound change I've experienced with weight loss and medical issues. I'm fond of saying "health food was killing me" because, as a long time advocate of healthy food choices, these foods were still very, very wrong for me. To naysayers, my response has been this: "I've lost 45 lbs in 18 months without altering fat and calorie intake, exercise habits, or taking drugs. My blood pressure, cholesteral, and glucose is normal for the first time since middle age began taking it's toll."

My advice to you is that you not overestimate the seeming perminence of youthful vigor, and to not underestimate the damage that avoid foods do to your body over time. Especially the insidious, ever-present nasties like chicken (added to everything for that savory rich flavor), potato, corn, and gums (stabilizers), and sugar (poison).

Good luck to you. Expect amazing results.
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I stumbled upon this thread looking for fellow ABs. I'd be happy to offer some observations, but I truly have more questions than answers. Any ABs out there know of an AB specific forum?

No, I don't know of an AB specific forum, but will be happy to answer what questions I can if you ask them here.


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Dr. D'Adamo has stated that AB's shouldn't skip meals due to stress from not eating.


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the light liver cleanse in the GTD book would be my suggestion, best


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Quoted from Averno
I stumbled upon this thread looking for fellow ABs. I'd be happy to offer some observations, but I truly have more questions than answers. Any ABs out there know of an AB specific forum?


There is not a forum, but there is the thread I mentioned above, and some other threads like this one.

Quoted from Averno
I'm also coming at this from the opposite direction. Very quickly:

I was strong and healthy in youth, but declined rapidly in my late 40s and 50s. BTD reversed everything, and in my opinion, saved my life. I suspect ABs are particularly susceptible to decline given  the "modern" diet of unnatural but common foods.


Same story as me, I agree 100%.  I think older AB's are very susceptible to decline due to avoids (especially chicken) which can have very negative effects that we really feel due to the stress it causes.

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A young bodybuilder would most certainly benefit by taking advantage of dietary choices that are specifically oriented towards their natural, evolutionary constitution. I believe BTD is at the pinnacle of nutrition science, and though it will take a while, will become the norm for health enthusiasts. I'm certain of this because of the profound change I've experienced with weight loss and medical issues. I'm fond of saying "health food was killing me" because, as a long time advocate of healthy food choices, these foods were still very, very wrong for me. To naysayers, my response has been this: "I've lost 45 lbs in 18 months without altering fat and calorie intake, exercise habits, or taking drugs. My blood pressure, cholesteral, and glucose is normal for the first time since middle age began taking it's toll."


Inspiring story, and I agree with you about BTD being the pinnacle of nutrition science.

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My advice to you is that you not overestimate the seeming perminence of youthful vigor, and to not underestimate the damage that avoid foods do to your body over time. Especially the insidious, ever-present nasties like chicken (added to everything for that savory rich flavor), potato, corn, and gums (stabilizers), and sugar (poison).



Again I agree (especially with regards to chicken).  I'm confused about including potatoes in that list though, I do pretty well with them and I didn't think they were an avoid.
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I'm confused about including potatoes in that list though, I do pretty well with them and I didn't think they were an avoid.

Potato, White... is Neutral for ABs per Typebase...
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/depictor5.pl?324


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ciao, Ma non ti senti mai gonfio?
hello, But you never feel bloated?  
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sorry for me  potatoes are no-no^'s... only sweet potatoes are neutrals but even here I show reactions- so far I let em completely appart  


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I can eat potatoes fine as long as there isn't some avoid oil or table salt used in the preparation...  I don't eat them often, as I focus on beneficial foods as much as possible so prefer sweet potato and onion for high carb veggies.


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My Swami has them as an avoid, black dot, and I feel bloated if I eat them. At this point I'm very aware when something bloats me even just a little, and It takes a few days to feel healthy again.

Swami is so individualized. I would really recommend it to anyone on the fence, or not wanting to spend the money. Things will change a little from BTD or GT, but all for the better. I lost most of my excess weight on BTD, but started feeling really healthy with Swami.

Thank you all for the input!
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Averno, I think might be coz of thrifty genes that you felt likely with aging
And I see you're a nonnie as well so far I guess nearly all carbs are a bit difficult to digest? Or makes you instantly *growing* into the false direction ....as they do with me....I am more and more aware about the sentence *silcencing the wrongly activated genes* I think that this is really doable with BTD and GTD and your instant effects (almost to be seen even only after a week of changes) are enormous...so far congrats to you to have found the way to our forums  


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