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Another shopping list method

Posted By: Ramona
Date: February-13, 1998 at 17:41:29

In Response To: Nifty Shopping Aid (Mary)

My husband is A and I'm AB.
I took the alphabetical list (the category list kept me flipping back & forth quite a bit - too hard to memorize the order of the categories) and highlighted "A Beneficial" with orange, "AB Beneficial" with yellow, "beneficial to both" in pink, and "Avoid for both" in blue.
I did not shrink the print on the list (hate those glasses). Many times I get asked about the list while in the store. (I'm amazed at how many people do not know their blood type) I find that the list is especially valuable when choosing items with mixed ingredients. Many times I've left behind something I would otherwise have purchased.

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  • Nifty Shopping Aid
    Mary -- Friday, 13 February 1998, at 5:41 p.m.
    • Another shopping list method
      Ramona -- Friday, 13 February 1998, at 5:41 p.m.

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