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Annaseed
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Hello dear beings,

Am not quiet sure about the brekfeast.
In his Book Dr.D gives only as an example 3 days diet.
so far other 4 mornings have been eating some chicken/beef and vegys. Boy, i feel totally frustrated with So much cooking....think almost evry meal is suppouse to be freshley cooked?.... normally do this after dinner. Do u maybe have a better Methodology?
ok it seems to me we r allowed 1 slice of bread for Bkfst. Where as he gives example of 2 slices a bread for B.
Maybe this's just neutral bread am allowed 1 slice.?
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Quoted from Annaseed
Am not quiet sure about the brekfeast.
In his Book Dr.D gives only as an example 3 days diet.
so far other 4 mornings have been eating some chicken/beef and vegys. Boy, i feel totally frustrated with So much cooking....think almost evry meal is suppouse to be freshley cooked?.... normally do this after dinner. Do u maybe have a better Methodology?
ok it seems to me we r allowed 1 slice of bread for Bkfst. Where as he gives example of 2 slices a bread for B.
Maybe this's just neutral bread am allowed 1 slice.?

I think Os do very well on meat/veg breakfasts. Eggs can be an option, too.
Why not alternate between these?
And leftovers can help you, if you've, for instance, had meat/vegs for dinner the night before.


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Or--you can throw your veggies in a blender/vitamix and add some O protein powder for a break from the cooking thing.
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You can make bigger batches of food at dinnertime and eat leftovers for breakfast. Or have a cold salad with canned fish or hard boiled eggs. You don't HAVE TO spend all day cooking if you don't want to!


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I usually have eggs scrambled in ghee plus a spoonful or 2 of almond butter and a little all fruit jam.  Other days I have a shake made with chia seeds, almond butter, pineapple, banana, blueberries unsweetened cocoa blended up in a Magic Bullet.  I make it the night before and then let it thicken overnight.  Usually enough for 2 servings.
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Hey folks

many Thanks for ur rich answers.
am going to need to procees ur info. and so on
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have you heard about my flax waffle?  
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Let me tell you about jayneeo's flax waffle.   At my house I have no waffle iron--so jayneeo's flax waffle is a flax crepe (sounds fancy, doesn't it? ) at my house.  I do my green concoction for breakfast and the flax crepes for lunch.  Oh so yummy.
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Or--you can throw your veggies in a blender/vitamix and add some O protein powder for a break from the cooking thing.


My blender is really old. d other day was hoping it would make beets a juice instead it has just chopped it fine. but it looks like a good idea to add protein for O's . Can i buy this in my local planet organic shop do u think ,or does it  have to b Dr D protein for O ?

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DrD has formulated his protein powders specifically for each blood type.  I would order his--unless you can find one in which all the ingredients are compliant to your O blood type.  That can be hard to do.  

Many blenders are not powerful enough to make veggie/fruit smoothies.  I use a vitamix.  They are costly, but once you have one--it will last a lifetime.  I have found mine to be an extremely worthwhile investment.  Sometimes easier to drink my veggies than to cook them up and eat them whole.  Plus I use my morning smoothie as a vehicle for many other powdered supplements.  So my breakfast packs quite a (low cal) punch.
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Read labels carefully. You may be able to find an appropriate protein powder in your local health food store, or you may not. While it's relatively easy to find something that has compliant protein (egg, pea, and/or rice)these products often have additives that are best avoided. A lot depends on how strict you want/need to be.

I don't buy protein powders at all- they're too expensive. I buy pasteurized liquid egg whites in the dairy section of my supermarket. It's marketed to people who think egg yolks are unhealthy and want to make "egg white omelettes" but it works in smoothies too. Since it's pasteurized, it's safe to consume without cooking first. Just be sure to buy the kind that's 100% egg whites, not the kind that's 98% egg whites and 2% artificial colors, flavors, and gums. That extra 2% is NASTY stuff that nobody should be eating, but it's added to mimic the flavor and texture of whole eggs.


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I have taken to a new breakfast on a semi regular basis.  Sliced or shredded veggies (usually lettuce carrot and celery) a can of beneficial fish - yellowfin tuna for me, either ghee or Greek feta salad dressing, and freshly boiled quinoa.

With moderation in the ghee and the quinoa, which is difficult, and/or the dressing, which isn't, you get fairly low calorie warm salad breakfast that can fuel you for a surprising length of time.  Not for nothing was quinoa known as a stamina food.


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Quoted from ruthiegirl
Read labels carefully. You may be able to find an appropriate protein powder in your local health food store, or you may not. While it's relatively easy to find something that has compliant protein (egg, pea, and/or rice)these products often have additives that are best avoided. A lot depends on how strict you want/need to be.

I don't buy protein powders at all- they're too expensive. I buy pasteurized liquid egg whites in the dairy section of my supermarket. It's marketed to people who think egg yolks are unhealthy and want to make "egg white omelettes" but it works in smoothies too. Since it's pasteurized, it's safe to consume without cooking first. Just be sure to buy the kind that's 100% egg whites, not the kind that's 98% egg whites and 2% artificial colors, flavors, and gums. That extra 2% is NASTY stuff that nobody should be eating, but it's added to mimic the flavor and texture of whole eggs.


Extremely interesting answer
i've tried a few times http://www.pulsin.co.uk Pea protein, Ingeredients; 100% pea protein isolate. i think it doesnt give me any nasty reaction. What i'm not sure of is this.
On my list of Beans&Pulses peas r in Neutral area allowed 1-2 weekley. Would my intake of pea protein count towards my weekley fresh/drieed (i guess) pea allowance? Is this d same?
Yeah u r right protein powder is expensive. d one which i took, price didnt schock me though like majority of other powders.
Great comment on egg white...but how do u eat it, i guess in smoothees and so on?

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Quoted from susanC
Let me tell you about jayneeo's flax waffle.   At my house I have no waffle iron--so jayneeo's flax waffle is a flax crepe (sounds fancy, doesn't it? ) at my house.  I do my green concoction for breakfast and the flax crepes for lunch.  Oh so yummy.


This could b good for me .
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I have taken to a new breakfast on a semi regular basis.  Sliced or shredded veggies (usually lettuce carrot and celery) a can of beneficial fish - yellowfin tuna for me, either ghee or Greek feta salad dressing, and freshly boiled quinoa.

With moderation in the ghee and the quinoa, which is difficult, and/or the dressing, which isn't, you get fairly low calorie warm salad breakfast that can fuel you for a surprising length of time.  Not for nothing was quinoa known as a stamina food.


Very interseting.
am bit warried about canned fish .cos Dr.D talkes about canned food as not friendley for as humans. Although he says that canned salmon has high calcium. So im guessing canned fish probablly doesnt count as unfriendly.?
Ghee-i had some butter d other day.reaction afterwards was neg. so,im not sure of ghee also i can see u've feta this might b  just too much dairy for me.
ill try quinoa occasionally
am looking 4ward to ur answer  
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I use it in smoothies, along with greens and a small amount of fruit. My daughter uses it in smoothies with lots of fruit and no greens. She's also an O, but needs more fruit than I do and doesn't get the crazy blood sugar swings from fruit the way that I do. We both add ground flax seeds and/or ground almonds and/or almond butter to the smoothie so it's not too low in fat.

I've occasionally used the egg whites in baking, if I was low on whole eggs and had enough egg whites on hand,  but that's not a use I plan on.


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I use it in smoothies, along with greens and a small amount of fruit. My daughter uses it in smoothies with lots of fruit and no greens. She's also an O, but needs more fruit than I do and doesn't get the crazy blood sugar swings from fruit the way that I do. We both add ground flax seeds and/or ground almonds and/or almond butter to the smoothie so it's not too low in fat.

I've occasionally used the egg whites in baking, if I was low on whole eggs and had enough egg whites on hand,  but that's not a use I plan on.


Thank you very much for ur answer.

i just realized there was a lots of answer in ur first post. What an idiotic miss from me. It can be very though with English language not being first language and learning lots in english. Frantic. Neverthelless i like ur last answer very much . Thank You.
  
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