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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 8

Re: Breakfast for O's???

Posted By: Jan
Date: Thursday, 21 January 1999, at 10:59 a.m.

In Response To: Breakfast for O's??? (Jenny(o))

Hi -

I have been pulling ideas from the CR4YT book. The best quicky for me is hot rice cereal. Be careful that you don't get the kind with cinnamon in it though like I did at first. Or one piece of Ezekial bread toast with dark cherry fruit spread. For some reason this seems to get my juices going well for the first part of the day but I have to make sure to eat a good high meat source lunch or snack so I don't get the "funk and munch" and sugar ravings (I call it raving instead of craving because I turn into a raving madwoman cramming anything in my face and feeling cranky to boot!).

My mom (an O, too) has been eating rice and fruit for breakfast for years and this works well for her - she's never been overweight in her life. She is a size 4!!!! Well, she was up to 125 pounds once for about a minute then joined Weight Watchers and got right back down to 100 to 105. I don't think I ever weighed 100 pounds in my life - just bypassed it right to the 150's somehow!!!!! and then some.

Best of luck - let me know how you do.


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