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ABJoe
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Beauty Enhancing Summer Salads Right For Your Type

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Spinach Salad with Dried Cranberries and Pumpkin Seeds (Blood Type O)
Roasted Cauliflower, Shaved Fennel, and Beluga Lentil Salad (Blood Type A)
Beet Salad with Yogurt and Walnuts (Blood Type B)
Brown Rice and Summer Vegetable Salad (Blood Type AB)


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They all look so delicious but I vote for the O salad as best.


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The quinoa ruined my beet salad (JMO   ), but, à part ça, I Heart Beet Salad.
"Beauty-Enhancing"?  


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They all look so delicious but I vote for the O salad as best.


I agree.  



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Well,

Let me say this about that.....

I, A, O, also......

Looks scumptious!!

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I Heart Beet Salad.
"Beauty-Enhancing"?  

The only input I have here is that beets help keep the gall bladder happy, which assists with proper digestion and keeping waste out of the body, so the skin isn't having to expel waste and therefore, be blemished from that activity...  

Healthy skin is more beautiful than unhealthy skin, so ....


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The Type A one is the only one that makes me want to gag. Yet the others look awesome... I'll never be beautiful.
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The only input I have here is that beets help keep the gall bladder happy, which assists with proper digestion and keeping waste out of the body, so the skin isn't having to expel waste and therefore, be blemished from that activity...  


Does anyone know or can comment on cooked beets versus raw beets?  Why if you eat them raw your urine is clear, but if eaten cooked, your urine is red?  I know this is off the subject but AB's comment brought my question to mind.  Beets are a diamond food.  I'd like to eat them more but due to Dr. Henry Bieler in his book Food is Your Best Medicine, he states that cooking beets makes them indigestible, hence the red urine... Liking that to when you consume run-of-the-mill B vitamins and your urine runs real yellow.  Anybody ever heard anything on this topic.

By the way, the A salad looks scrumptious to me, as do all of them with minor tweeking.  Thanks for the recipes.


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Does anyone know or can comment on cooked beets versus raw beets?  Why if you eat them raw your urine is clear, but if eaten cooked, your urine is red?

If there is a difference, most likely your digestive system needs some of the enzymes (or something else) that are/is destroyed during the cooking process...


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If there is a difference, most likely your digestive system needs some of the enzymes (or something else) that are/is destroyed during the cooking process...


Hmmm.  You mean if I try eating cooked beets and take some digestive enzymes with the meal I might be able to digest them?  Does anyone else notice a difference in the color of their urine when eating raw vs. cooked?


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You mean if I try eating cooked beets and take some digestive enzymes with the meal I might be able to digest them?  Does anyone else notice a difference in the color of their urine when eating raw vs. cooked?

Enzymes are one possibility...  There may be other components changed/damaged/destroyed/etc. by the cooking process that produce this change in some people.


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The O and AB salads are more appealing to me. Don't like fennel.


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Enzymes are one possibility...  There may be other components changed/damaged/destroyed/etc. by the cooking process that produce this change in some people.


AB, does that mean that you do not produce red urine after eating cooked beets?  Or do you not eat beets?


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AB, does that mean that you do not produce red urine after eating cooked beets?  Or do you not eat beets?

I do not have red urine after eating cooked beets - and yes, cooked beets are one of the foods I eat very regularly as they are great for my gall bladder. I rarely eat raw beets, as they don't taste as good to me when raw.


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Yup, definitely the O salad!
All ingredients are beneficial for me but the seeds, are a neutral.

I tried something a bit different today on my arugula/romaine/chicken/manchego cheese salad. Instead of the usual swirl of EVOO and fresh squeezed lemon I used the EVOO and fresh squeezed lime! A sweeter tang but yummy!  


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I do not have red urine after eating cooked beets - and yes, cooked beets are one of the foods I eat very regularly as they are great for my gall bladder. I rarely eat raw beets, as they don't taste as good to me when raw.


Thanks for making that clear, AB.  I'll be trying them soon with enzymes.  


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