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Posted by: Ribbit, Friday, December 22, 2006, 9:50pm
Is there a way for me to get a simple list of my foods divided into categories of beneficial, neutral and avoid?  I'd like to be able to just print it out and hang in on my fridge.  Now I have a new list to memorize since I just learned I'm a nonnie and I'm dreading clicking on EVERY SINGLE food on the list to see where it falls for me.  Is it listed somewhere by ABO type instead of by food?
Posted by: Ribbit, Friday, December 22, 2006, 9:57pm; Reply: 1
I guess what I'm asking is this:  Is there a simple way to learn what I've been eating that I shouldn't have?  So far in my specific food clicking, all I've come across are foods that I'd been avoiding and now are considered neutral for me.
Posted by: BuzyBee, Friday, December 22, 2006, 10:49pm; Reply: 2
I printed a list from this website http://darkwing.uoregon.edu/~sshapiro/ER4YT/FoodLists_TOC.html Not sure how uptodate it is but maybe it will help. Good luck.
Posted by: C_Sharp, Saturday, December 23, 2006, 1:02am; Reply: 3
Quoted from BuzyBee
I printed a list from this website http://darkwing.uoregon.edu/~sshapiro/ER4YT/FoodLists_TOC.html Not sure how uptodate it is but maybe it will help. Good luck.


Steve Shapiro's site was last updated: 09/21/01

Shapiro's lists are for secretors only!

Shapiro notes on the site: "These food lists do not incorporate information included in "Live Right for Your Type.""




I think many of us have created our own food lists, but we do not publish these lists presuming that doing so would violate D'Adamo's copyrights on the information.
Posted by: C_Sharp, Saturday, December 23, 2006, 1:10am; Reply: 4
Oops! I forgot to mention that NAP sells wallet cards, for non secretors (and a version secretors as well)

http://www.dadamo.com/napharm/BTstore/BTSstore.pl?user_action=detail&catalogno=ED015A
Posted by: mmdoppel (Guest), Saturday, December 23, 2006, 1:21am; Reply: 5
Quoted from Ribbit
Is there a way for me to get a simple list of my foods divided into categories of beneficial, neutral and avoid?  I'd like to be able to just print it out and hang in on my fridge.  Now I have a new list to memorize since I just learned I'm a nonnie and I'm dreading clicking on EVERY SINGLE food on the list to see where it falls for me.  Is it listed somewhere by ABO type instead of by food?


Man, I have been thiking I need the same thing. Thanks for asking!
Posted by: KimonoKat, Saturday, December 23, 2006, 2:39am; Reply: 6
I've made my own lists.  Many on the board have gone that route.
Posted by: Drea, Tuesday, December 26, 2006, 3:35pm; Reply: 7
Quoted from KimonoKat
I've made my own lists.  Many on the board have gone that route.


It takes a bit of time to transfer the information into a spreadsheet, but the typing helps me to learn the food ratings. Making your own list is my suggestion also, and you can tailor it to your own individualness.
Posted by: Alia Vo, Tuesday, December 26, 2006, 5:10pm; Reply: 8
This food list can be as simple as writing down all of the beneficial and neutral foods on a piece of paper in an organized, easy-to-follow chart, list, column, graph.  If inclined, use highlighters, different colored pens and pencils, markers, crayons, paints, to distinguish beneficial, neutral, avoid foods.  

Keep one in the kitchen, one in your purse/briefcase, and one in your car for shopping trips.

Alia
Posted by: KimonoKat, Tuesday, December 26, 2006, 6:13pm; Reply: 9
I believe you can buy a nonnie wallet card from NAP.  I have a five category Type A list from the Arthritis book, but it is for secretors, not nonnies.
Posted by: Vicki, Wednesday, December 27, 2006, 6:06am; Reply: 10
The wallet card is nice.  Hand writing your own list is important for memorization.  I do both the wallet card and hand writing :-)
Posted by: Alia Vo, Wednesday, December 27, 2006, 5:41pm; Reply: 11
I concur about about utilizing both formats.  The aspect about handwriting the food lists is that one can change and/or modify any subsequent food rating changes that occur.

Also, some individuals may have sensitivities towards a beneficial/neutral food that is appropriate for their blood type.  Factors such as this can be taken in account when one is writing their own personal food list.

Alia
Posted by: SusieD, Friday, December 29, 2006, 1:24am; Reply: 12
Sorry, but there does not seem to be an easy way to get a complete food chart. As I see it, the BTD is a guideline and all variations are based on our individuality. Start with a list for your blood type and refine it as you go along. I started with the A secretor list in Live Right over 4 years ago. I tuned into signals from my body responses and eliminated items I personally had problems with. Eventually I got the secretor test and discovered my nonnie status. Further refinements with the Arthritis food lists, for nonnies, of course. Confusing? Sometimes. Worth the effort. Always! I probably eliminated a large part of my avoids the first year-potato, corn, beef. I continued to consume wheat, but experienced negative responses. I found hidden culprits everywhere. Obsessive, compulsive. Maybe, but I have progress and better health for my efforts. Good luck on your journey.

Diane
Posted by: Lola, Friday, December 29, 2006, 2:31am; Reply: 13
Diane,
sounds like you have hit the spot of your individuality!
great job!
Posted by: purlgirl, Tuesday, January 16, 2007, 10:30pm; Reply: 14
Working on my complete list of A nonnie foods is very enlightening. I'm not as good as I thought I was. I keep finding foods on the avoid list that I thought were ok. It is a lot of work, but I can see it's worth the effort.
Posted by: Alia Vo, Tuesday, January 16, 2007, 10:37pm; Reply: 15
By writing the food items down for your nonnie food list, you are enabling your mind to consciously memorize the foods better.  Please always check with TYPEBase4 on this website to confirm the most recent changes in food classifications.

Alia
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