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aussie_musician
Tuesday, January 3, 2017, 2:42am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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hello .. I'm "new" to this forum ..

back Nov  '16 .. I found out my blood type (O Pos) ..

one thing i would like to know .. is what should i eat for breakfast ??

i have cereal .. which contain ingredients which aren't good for my blood type ..

thanks ..
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It takes some adjusting, but us O's do well with things like left over supper for breakfast.  I usually cook extra supper protein, and have it with some veggies for breakfast.  Hubby does a bit of a couple veggies, a bit of meat, and then throws a couple of eggs on top.



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aussie_musician
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thanks for the reply ..  

so .. er .. what should I eat ??

the list of the foods that I have (from this forum) .. says that cereal is of no benefit to me at all ..

and to add to that .. milk is no good for me ..

my cooking skills are basic (not purposely) ..


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No time like the present to learn to cook. There are many recipes on the recipe base on this site. You had better hurry though as this site will close at the end of January.

there are other Bloodtype diet forums on Facebook and one of our members is trying to start up another forum similar to this one.
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aussie_musician
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the forum .. closing ???

will there be another forum to register with ??
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There are many recipes on the recipe base on this site. You had better hurry though as this site will close at the end of January.


we will all have access to all..... no need to panic

typebase, recipebase, archives all will be available for us to access

only the forum will not be active


have leftover dinner for breakfast


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san j
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Great advice, all.
Nonetheless, don't avoid the most famous breakfast food of all --------Eggs!
How about an omelet with herbs and a beneficial veg?
Don't know how to cook? Scramble 'em! Boil 'em! Salt, spice/herb of choice -- Done!


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Oatmeal is neutral for O secretors. (If you don't know what that is, then follow the secretor diet.)  You can mix oatmeal and water in a bowl and prepare it in the microwave. Even instant oatmeal (with additives that are best avoided) is a better choice than a wheat or corn cereal with milk. You can stir in a spoonful of almond butter to add fat and protein to the meal.

In general, Os do better with veggies and protein in the morning rather than grains. But it's OK to make small changes at a time- and switching to oatmeal instead of cold cereal and milk is a reasonable "first step."


Ruth, Single Mother to 22 yo  O- Leah , 20 yo O- Hannah, and  15 yo B+ Jack


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the forum .. closing ???

will there be another forum to register with ??


You can also find us on Facebook.


Ruth, Single Mother to 22 yo  O- Leah , 20 yo O- Hannah, and  15 yo B+ Jack


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facebook ???


where is there a brick wall ???
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Fruits and nuts may make a good breakfast with little preparation and clean-up!
If you are sensitive to sugars, make the fruit portion small. However, fruit alone on an empty stomach is safer than mixing it up with other foods.  Juicier fruits go well with most nuts, though.

I guess you know that peanuts are not true nuts, but in the bean family. They are avoids for O anyway, which makes us the most expensive blood type. We can't eat too many grains, dairy, or even peanut butter, which are cheaper. No, we have to eat meats, almond butter, and other more expensive, time-consuming foods!
Still, the good/better health is worth it!!  Welcome to BTDland and enjoy this great way of eating!!!!


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I guess you know that peanuts are not true nuts, but in the bean family. They are avoids for O anyway, which makes us the most expensive blood type. We can't eat too many grains, dairy, or even peanut butter, which are cheaper. No, we have to eat meats, almond butter, and other more expensive, time-consuming foods!
Still, the good/better health is worth it!!
Compelling notion, Mrs T: That the planet's majority bloodtype is the most expensive to nourish, per capita.

I suspect poverty is equally harmful to human health irrespective of bloodtype, though certain pathogens are indeed proven killers of certain bloodtypes while relatively harmless to others.
The United Nations and CARE, the Peace Corps may have the stats.

Dirt-poor - as well as the more prosperous - regions seem to sustain O majorities as well as their other groups without special programs; of course there may be a hidden problem you're uncovering.
Poverty as Yellow Fever? Something to ponder.


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I guess in really poor areas, a BTDer might eat more compliant beans, rice, hunt or fish animals, etc. Many Os are vegetarian even tho it isn't the best. But we have to make do with what we have.


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You can make your own cereals with things like kinoa flakes,oats,amaranthine,allowed dried fruits and nuts using warm almond milk,can add cacao too and some sweetener like honey or vegetable glycerin if you like,it's delicious.You can bake cookies and muffins,plenty of recipes on internet.You can buy energy or protein bars or eat fresh fruits,also can make smoothies with vegetables and fruits like spinach,pinneaple ect.You can make  grainless "bread" with flaxseed and eat it with jam.Divide the weekly servings of grains according to your life,they can be consumed as risotto,pasta or as cereals.


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oatmeal eh ??

is the list of foods, being beneficial, neutral and avoided, is that comprehensive ???



and while I think of it .. what about pancakes ???
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Quoted from aussie_musician
oatmeal eh ??

is the list of foods, being beneficial, neutral and avoided, is that comprehensive ???



and while I think of it .. what about pancakes ???


The list is wide ranging, but does not include all foods. It is also based on United States Department of Agriculture data, so it is more likely to include American foods than Australian foods.

To see this list of included foods go to this page: http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/typebase5/T5.pl and click on the index link to display the list of rated foods.

For something like pancakes, you would look up the ratings of all the ingredients in the pancakes. Then use the rating of the lowest rated food in the product. If an ingredient in pancakes is an avoid, you might consider using an alternative for the void ingredient so that the pancakes would not be rated as an avoid.


MIfHI                            I follow a SWAMI diet.
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Quoted from aussie_musician
oatmeal eh ??

and while I think of it .. what about pancakes ???


My pancake recipe,makes 4-5

.1 cup almond milk
.rice and spelt flour,for perfect texture,rice  and millet flour for sweeter or amaranthine and millet or rice for bitter,almost 2 cups
.1/teaspoon cinammon,really makes them tasty
.little olive oil
.little salt
.1 teaspoon baking powder,bought from a store,i make my own using database recipe
.vanilla optional
.1 big egg whole (can be subsided with smashed bananas




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thanks Irene for that recipe ..
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