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Posted by: brinyskysail, Saturday, September 10, 2011, 3:10am
Do recessive O's exist only to be passed on to offspring or is there more to it?  I've previously joked that being an Ao is what causes me to eat a lot of protein, but is there any truth to things like that?  Do Ao's or Bo's have increased O-like qualities, either physical (like increased levels of IAP) or personality-wise?  I've never seen anything written by Dr D that makes reference to this.
Posted by: Lola, Saturday, September 10, 2011, 3:17am; Reply: 1
try a search......read about subtypes of A and MN system

Dr D has computed all these nuances into his swami program

hundreds of variables determine which foods best suit your specific type

A1 an A2, each get what they need physiologically.....complex, I know :)
Posted by: passionprincess, Saturday, September 10, 2011, 3:19am; Reply: 2
I am a Bo if we were to get technical. My dad is a hunter (for sure, although I did not measure him... he fits about 90% of the description).

Ever since my candida cleanse, I am craving protein. Sugars don't do anything for me and I am just happy with protein and feel that I can function better.

My O dad and I have more of a friendship - common interests, etc. My AB mom and I get along really well but more like mother-daughter/sisters (typical of female mother-daughter relationships). The relationship I have with my father is a bit different from the standard father-daughter relationship since we can spend hours discussing music, literature, philosophy, etc.

So... who knows. I was suspecting the same thing (what you wrote) but kept it to myself. :) You and I can be half Os. ;D
Posted by: 15986 (Guest), Saturday, September 10, 2011, 3:23am; Reply: 3
In the diet systems of Peter D'Adamo it makes no difference if you are heterozygous or homozygous
Posted by: passionprincess, Saturday, September 10, 2011, 3:31am; Reply: 4
Of course not... but this is more of a fun speculation.

Quoted from 15986
In the diet systems of Peter D'Adamo it makes no difference if you are heterozygous or homozygous


Posted by: brinyskysail, Saturday, September 10, 2011, 3:34am; Reply: 5
Quoted from passionprincess
I am a Bo if we were to get technical. My dad is a hunter (for sure, although I did not measure him... he fits about 90% of the description).

Ever since my candida cleanse, I am craving protein. Sugars don't do anything for me and I am just happy with protein and feel that I can function better.

My O dad and I have more of a friendship - common interests, etc. My AB mom and I get along really well but more like mother-daughter/sisters (typical of female mother-daughter relationships). The relationship I have with my father is a bit different from the standard father-daughter relationship since we can spend hours discussing music, literature, philosophy, etc.

So... who knows. I was suspecting the same thing (what you wrote) but kept it to myself. :) You and I can be half Os. ;D


I'm a lot like my dad (Type O) and nothing like my mom (A).  I never knew if it was genetics or the way I was raised (or likely a combo of the two), but considering blood type puts an extra spin on it.  Plus it would also be interesting to know if it affects physical/functional aspects.  I don't know if more Ao's are Explorers, but it seems like many are, and Explorer is a GT that overlaps A and O; it sort of seems like a combo of the two with A aspects but more animal protein, more vigorous exercise, etc.
Posted by: Serenity, Saturday, September 10, 2011, 11:22am; Reply: 6
Very interesting topic, would love to hear more!  :)
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