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Posted by: 1293 (Guest), Sunday, February 13, 2005, 1:28pm
I started the btd over 5 years ago.  In the beginning I experienced the most amazing results--less congestion, less aches,  a return of energy, weight loss (with no effort) loss of a painful foot callus (in only 2 weeks) that I had suffered for 15 years, the skin on my arms and legs became soft and supple, etc, etc, etc.

Through the most stressful time of my life two years ago (my mother's death from breast cancer) I ate whatever was available (lots of aviods) and gained 20 pounds.  Since then, the btd, though I did the same things as before, just didn't seem to have the same good effect.  

ENTER SECRETOR STATUS KNOWLEDGE!!!

Now that I know that I am a non-secretor, and eating compliently for only 3 weeks, all the excellent results are back!!! I felt I had lost my way and now I have found that sacred pathway to health that I always believed existed from knowledge of the good doctor's work.  My congestion is again gone, my weight dropping like a rock (14 pounds since Jan 3, started nonnie diet since Jan 21), I have more energy, sleeping better, less inflamation--even little cuts and scratches are healing with no readness or inflamation (which has happened to me since I was a child.)  I read the thread on gums under another column and I should have suspected that I was a nonnie because of all the cavities I had and fillings I received as a child, and I even had to have two cavities fixed last summer.  I am 49 and feel like I have won the lottery, healthwise.  

jp
Posted by: Robert, Sunday, February 13, 2005, 2:12pm; Reply: 1
I am happy for you! I've been on  BTD two months, I suspect non-secretor also...I am eagerly awaiting my secretor status (all thanks and credit goes to my good friend Isa Manuela! she is a jewel. ) maybe I will be able to fine tune my diet too... yes?  Is there a list somewhere on the site for "non" in general?

Bob
Posted by: Beouemom, Sunday, February 13, 2005, 2:20pm; Reply: 2
Duckie You sound like me.  
     I started following the BTD in April of this past year.  Had good results but when I found out in December I was a nonnie then I fine tuned my eating patterns to follow the nonnie guidelines.
     I am 52 and have more energy than I have had in years.  I have lost over 20 pounds.  The last 5 came off after I found out my secretor status.  I try to not have any avoids but am experimenting with how often I can have some.  It is not easy to say no all the time. For me eating something with suger in it makes it harder to say no the next time.  
    I have had the opportunity to share  the BTD with many people in the last 5 weeks since we moved to this new location.  Some have heard of it, others say they could not live without this or that.   Some say "that must be why I do not like this or that".  Then others say "boy am I glad I can eat that".  I have my ER book loaned ou now.  Many of the people I have met have this or that symptom that would/could be helped if they would just try it for a few weeks.  Maybe some will.  I try not to push it on them.   Many can see it is working for me.  I think that speaks for the BTD.  I had my ER book for several months before I dug into it.  Once I read it and started it I have not looked back.  
    Glad you are feeling great.  
 I have an ailing parent now.  He could go anytime.      
Posted by: ISA-MANUELA (Guest), Sunday, February 13, 2005, 3:46pm; Reply: 3
eeh Röbi, :B

have a look at Typebase 4- clicke-di-click and you got it.... ;D

all is in -amazingly.... super-duper  :D :D


:X -regards truly yours Isa
Posted by: 1293 (Guest), Sunday, February 13, 2005, 11:09pm; Reply: 4
For me eating something with suger in it makes it harder to say no the next time.

Quoted by Beouemom

I know exactly what you mean.  A new effect of being on the diet this time (eating like a nonnie) has produced an interesting sensation.  I know when to stop eating at a meal.  I have never ever had that happen before.  I am so much less hungry all the time now, and hunger is a totally different feeling now than before.  Has anyone else experienced these phenomonem?
Posted by: Beouemom, Monday, February 14, 2005, 12:48am; Reply: 5
If I have been compliant then yes I get full and feel satisfied.  If I have eaten sugar then nothing satisfies it.  I just keep wanting more.   Fruit, meat, vegetables, or whatever. I just keep looking for something to meet that craving.  Then I get past the craving and my meals satisfy me.  
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