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New Facebook group for forum members   (reply) Posted by: Munchkin76
Date Posted: Thursday, February 2, 2017, 4:06am
Hey C-Sharp, Lola, PT, Isa and the gang. I've messaged Murshid, so hope to be in our secret club soon. Been offline for a while here, but am excited we've got a new home on FB.

See you all there soon hopefully.

Andy
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IBS, Deflect and....   (reply) Posted by: san j
Date Posted: Friday, January 27, 2017, 8:13am
Glad you've healed!
That gives you the respite to relax and study, see where you can prevent.

Here's a comprehensive program with many different possibilities. See if any part of this speaks to you.
http://drhyman.com/blog/2010/09/16/5-simple-steps-to-cure-ibs-without-drugs/

I don't have this problem, but I do take omega 3s, and I remember reading that people with IBS are often prescribed them, too.  I see that they figure into Dr. Hyman's IBS program, as do probiotics, as well as some sort of elimination diet to determine culprits or restore bowel health. I have read that sugar is often the major villain, screwing up the bacterial balance?

Best of luck.
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Chicken liver pate variations   (reply) Posted by: san j
Date Posted: Friday, January 27, 2017, 7:50am
Most balabustas have their family recipe for chopped liver, and it does call for schmaltz and onions for sure. Hardboiled eggs often/usually figure in there, too.

I was surprised by a Vietnamese "street food" dish of grilled chicken livers on skewers over the fire/coals, with a chili-pepper glaze. Absolutely delicious. The pairing of jalapeño and liver is very special - the strong flavors partner well/ stand up to each other.
If you're inclined to throw some turkey-bacon into the mix, you have an interesting flavor sensation, and some get addicted.
Here are 2 ultra-simple examples of the
chicken liver / bacon / jalapeño  combination, via google. You can do this with only those three ingredien...

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Red yeast rice   (reply) Posted by: C_Sharp
Date Posted: Friday, January 27, 2017, 5:53am
Study of reactions to supplements containing Red Yeast Rice:

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/bcp.13171/
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Oranges - Polyamine Putrescine   (reply) Posted by: Lola
Date Posted: Friday, January 27, 2017, 5:03am
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Having those reason in my SWAMI


great you follow your swami
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Oranges - Polyamine Putrescine   (reply) Posted by: Lola
Date Posted: Friday, January 27, 2017, 5:02am
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Calling All Mushrooms   (reply) Posted by: Bekki Shining Bearheart
Date Posted: Thursday, January 26, 2017, 8:01pm
info on mycoremediation for anyone interested. Just realized I spelled the last name wrong.. Stamets

http://www.fungi.com/blog/items/the-petroleum-problem.html
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Oranges - Polyamine Putrescine   (reply) Posted by: BHealthy
Date Posted: Thursday, January 26, 2017, 7:55pm
Quoted from Lola


get a hold of Dr D's textbook

Will the textbook contain the definitions O-secretor is looking for, or will it contain the reasons that are shown in Lola's SWAMI?  

Having those reason in my SWAMI would make it much easier for me to follow it...

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Calling All Mushrooms   (reply) Posted by: Bekki Shining Bearheart
Date Posted: Thursday, January 26, 2017, 7:46pm
Amazone, will you be on the new forums? I would be interested in any ideas you have about this... am Explorer, but also O...
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Calling All Mushrooms   (reply) Posted by: Bekki Shining Bearheart
Date Posted: Thursday, January 26, 2017, 7:44pm
There is a new page on nutrients of most of the edible/medicinal mushrooms available as a PDF on the Fungi Perfecti web site. Paul Stametz who is the acknowledged expert in the field of medicinal and edible mushrooms owns the company and has documented much of the info. Dr. D could use that  as a starting place.

However my main concern is that, as an O Explorer, I have to be careful about the medicinals-- can't do shiitaki but maitaki is ok. Oysters, black trumpet mushrooms, straw mushrooms and portabellos  are also avoids for me.

Turkey Tail is another medicinal I would eat and grow for medicine if it was neutral or beneficial for me.

This is I think an important thing to pin down, since...

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Adoptagens for type A nonnie?   (reply) Posted by: Easy E
Date Posted: Thursday, January 26, 2017, 7:41pm
Astragalus is a strong herb, some adverse effects are it can cause the yang to rise.  I notice shorter patience and throat constriction with too much of it, esp. By itself.

I think the term adaptogen is misleading, to me they do not adapt to the person.  

Most I have tried cause abdominal stagnation and stuffiness.  Also irritability and sleep disruption.

The term "adaptogenic" is vague and quite misleading to me at least.

I prefer spices, to me these adapt to my needs far better, and also are cheaper and easier to grow and find.
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Calling All Mushrooms   (reply) Posted by: cajun
Date Posted: Thursday, January 26, 2017, 7:34pm
Isa,
What type should i look for and how can I really disguise their taste and texture????
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Calling All Mushrooms   (reply) Posted by: cajun
Date Posted: Thursday, January 26, 2017, 7:32pm
Good idea MrsT....I hate the texture and taste of all mushrooms but know i should eat some....
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Calling All Mushrooms   (reply) Posted by: Mrs T O+
Date Posted: Thursday, January 26, 2017, 7:28pm
AMazone is the mushroom expert. How about private messaging her before the forum ends?
I have noticed that Vitamin Shoppe now sells pills that are certain mushrooms. That may not be as good as the fresh 'shrooms, but it might add some nutrition to those who are interested.
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Calling All Mushrooms   (reply) Posted by: Amazone I.
Date Posted: Thursday, January 26, 2017, 6:23pm
won't mention here anything anymore without my lawyer ..... .......... ......
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Calling All Mushrooms   (reply) Posted by: C_Sharp
Date Posted: Thursday, January 26, 2017, 5:49pm
Unrated foods are assumed to be neutral. You can eat then eat these foods and note your experience with them to determine if they should be rated higher or lower for you.

For foods to be rated comprehensive nutritional information need to be available.  This information is normally taken from a USDA database. Essentially if the USDA does not include information on a food in its database Dr. D. cannot rate the food since the information is not available to him to rate the food.

https://ndb.nal.usda.gov/ndb/s.....c25c892d2886&ds=
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Calling All Mushrooms Posted by: Bekki Shining Bearheart
Date Posted: Thursday, January 26, 2017, 5:39pm
My partner and I grow an extensive vegetable and medicinal herb garden. I am thinking of adding mushrooms to the mix.

There are a number of mushrooms I can't do, and a few that are neutral. Enoki is my only beneficial. There are many medicinal mushrooms that I can't find on the list. Some of them I have had as ingredients in cooked food.

I tend to crave mushrooms and I expect it is because they are high in minerals.

One that is hard to find in grocery stores that I like very much-- and I have not seen listed on SWAMI or elsewhere-- is Lion's Mane. It has many health benefits as well, especially for the nervous system. Reishi is also one I have considered using and growing.

Also King Stropharia (W...

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Oranges - Polyamine Putrescine   (reply) Posted by: Amazone I.
Date Posted: Thursday, January 26, 2017, 5:00pm


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Oranges - Polyamine Putrescine   (reply) Posted by: C_Sharp
Date Posted: Thursday, January 26, 2017, 4:53pm
Quoted from O_Secretor_Hunter
I went to amazon and put in the search Peter D'Adamo and text book.
I googled Peter D'Adamo and text book.

I didn't see anything that looked like a text book.



Here is a link to information on the textbook:

http://www.4yourtype.com/fundamentals-of-generative-medicine-vol-1-text-book/
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Oranges - Polyamine Putrescine   (reply) Posted by: Amazone I.
Date Posted: Thursday, January 26, 2017, 4:42pm
tsk tsk...a lot of fears here to be seen and to be managed well ... ... but when I saw the guy using his huuuuge water bottle... then my fears appeared.... ..........and sorry sorry dear members here... don't overdoo in blaming certain foods as bad...justamente coz there are more then one aspect to consider... I justamente wanted to show up with the positive aspects of blueberries... I don't want to go deeper or further... here but also no less then to constat that this fruit is nothing but a true gem in health concerns.. ok... ok all dearles I'm going only to blubber
partially...but truth always stays truth... and we also need to be cautious in not becoming >the best enemy of ourselves<....

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New discovery!!   (reply) Posted by: TheGameChanger
Date Posted: Wednesday, January 25, 2017, 5:04pm
--- and at the New Forum. You have choices.  
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Menopause/Hormones & HRT   (reply) Posted by: Brimstone
Date Posted: Wednesday, January 25, 2017, 2:15pm
This is such an excellent thread...just wanted to...in a last minute dash stylee...say thanks for all the insights posted here.
Thanks for sending me the link Lola.
Lots and lots for me to think about here, even though it's several years old the info still applies and our bodies remain much the same.
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HRT and blood type?   (reply) Posted by: Lola
Date Posted: Wednesday, January 25, 2017, 8:42am
http://www.bing.com/search?cp=1252&FORM=FREESS&q=hrt&q1=site%3Adadamo.com
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So what's for Christmas Dinner?!   (reply) Posted by: cajun
Date Posted: Wednesday, January 25, 2017, 7:39am
will miss you san J
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HRT and blood type? Posted by: Brimstone
Date Posted: Wednesday, January 25, 2017, 7:05am
Well I appear to still be able to post...it may get stuck in the ether between time zones...but hey, I tried...
I just went to the Facebook page but couldn't post there...I just don't like Facebook it just doesn't feel easy for me...
I went to see a new endo last night about my thyroid meds and how we were going to move forward...
In the U.K. Levo is pretty much our only way unless we buy unregulated alternatives from abroad from online pharmacies. I was wanting to have some T3 added to my levo mix...but was surprised that he gave me two other and unexpected choices...
To stay on levo and trial HRT for 3 months or change levo for Armour...I have until my next bloods in two weeks to think about what I'd like to do.
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New discovery!!   (reply) Posted by: Lola
Date Posted: Wednesday, January 25, 2017, 6:54am
welcome if only for a day!

http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b-xr4yt/m-1484607635/s-0/

come join us in fb
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New discovery!! Posted by: clarity333
Date Posted: Wednesday, January 25, 2017, 6:06am
Through my Promethease report I discovered that I'm a secretor. My blood type is B+. I read the book, Change your genetic destiny. According to the genotype calculator, I'm a GT4 Nomad.
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Adoptagens for type A nonnie?   (reply) Posted by: Easy E
Date Posted: Tuesday, January 24, 2017, 10:17pm
Dang this looks much longer on a phone - that was wordy.  Sorry feeling a bit manic...prob those dang adaptogens!  

With that said, astragalus seems to jive best with my system.  Life demands a good bit at this time in the walk, astragalus I use to reinforce vitality.    All I mentioned have been of some help to me however.
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2017 updates change our swami?   (reply) Posted by: C_Sharp
Date Posted: Tuesday, January 24, 2017, 6:20pm
Quoted from BHealthy
I have both of the old books, live right and eat right.  I bought the new book mostly for the reasons why - why cabbage is an avoid but broccoli and kale are diamonds.   Will the new book give me any more insight into those reasons than the old one?  


Gives you new material on how the diet works and how to apply the diet principles.

Like the earlier edition of the Eat Right book, you will only occasionally find the specific reason why food X rates well and food Y rates less well.
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Adoptagens for type A nonnie?   (reply) Posted by: Easy E
Date Posted: Tuesday, January 24, 2017, 5:59pm
Astragalus is good too.  Ginseng (the Asian type) is good, but it can be too heating and stimulating for young males esp.  Good for an occassional boost perhaps (like a 1 week use period).  You know you have used it too long if you become aggressive and feel overheated easily.  The American ginseng is cooler and better for longer term use, but this one caused me panic attacks (too much dampness in the body).

Licorice root is okay, but not good as a long term tonic in high amounts, i find it to cause early morning waking.  Rhodiola is powerful, but i find it too heating and causing agitation in even moderate amounts to start, similar to Asian ginseng, but fantastic for short uses i...

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