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Laura3378

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Posted: 07 May 2007, 06:44
Any A Types out there?

dempseyn04

Joined: Jul 07
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Posted: 14 Jul 2007, 21:58
Yes. A-negative to be precise. I am just learning about this diet, so will be watching the responses you'll be getting, so thank you for reaching out. According to the opinion on this site about Type A food types, there are no foods considered "ok" or that should be eaten everyday...just things to eat in moderation. Is that your experience? Thank you! Nancy
DelectableB

Joined: Jul 08
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Posted: 23 Jul 2008, 22:40
Hello Laura! Yes, I'm A-negative as well...

I was on this diet a few years ago, but through happenings in my life I went off it and now I'm back to my old-unhappy-lethargic self and that is going to change NOW!

When I was on the diet I never felt more healthy and happy before! It really did wonders not just for my weight, but also my mental state! It's true, what you put into your mouth becomes your life!

I am a strong believer to focus on the foods that you CAN have and that will pull you through. There are many recipes to make it interesting and it's fun to experiment.

And it all makes sense - once you read about the foods that you CAN have you KNOW that they are good for you as you already (unconsciously) know that the foods you need to AVOID are BAD for you.

Keeping a diary on what you eat at what time and how that makes you feel is very important and is also a motivator.

Good luck and hopefully we can support each other with out journeys!

Warmest regards,
Bianca



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