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In response to: Tempeh

Sun, 24 Jun 2012 02:54:16 +0000

I didnt know this was difficult to taste good. The first time we purchased, we cut into strips like chicken fries. fried in canola, after two sides were lighty fried I shaked soy sauce over everything, fried the other two sides, and dipped in dressing of choice depending on blood type. but I think a sweet berry sauce would be a great salty sweet snack for all.



In response to: Blood Type A Stressors

Sun, 26 Jun 2011 06:11:29 +0000

Very interesting conversation. I'm an A- blood type very rare for my race. 1%-2% of african americans are A-. I've just found this blog and found that Andrea pretty much described me to a T. Loud noises , any kind of strong smell(doesn't have to be a bad smell) , and crowds are all fairly intense stressors for me. The few concerts I've gone to in my life have been a horrible ordeal for me. I'm not phobic about any other these things but as a rule I like it calm, cool , and collected. Not loud , smelly and tight.



In response to: Blood Type A Stressors

Wed, 15 Jun 2011 16:00:45 +0000

Hi Andrea!
So true you experience as a type A, as I am as well.
Only I cannot relate to the cold weather bothering me. The cold winters in Holland (not many..) never bother me! I like the cold.
But I do not like to high temperatures.
I am an A alright. Noise on TV, crowds, make my heart pound, so recognizable..



In response to: Blood Type A Stressors

Mon, 13 Jun 2011 02:59:31 +0000

Andrea,
You just described me, an A and my husband, an O!
The only difference is I cannot watch violent, loud, scary shows.
When I read "All about A's" in my first literature from NAP, I couldn't believe they had me all summed up. Then I read about O's and knew they were writing about my husband and son, also an O.
Skeptics are those who just choose not to see what is scientifically in front of them!



In response to: Blood Type A Stressors

Sat, 11 Jun 2011 19:43:54 +0000

Dear Anonymous,
It will be difficult to show medical evidence of the ABO differentiation of the stressors, but the ABO difference of the stress response and recovery is well known.

Epinephrine and cortisol are stress hormones, and the relationship between ABO blood type and both of these has been documented in a number or peer-review studies.

epinephrine function and ABO

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18715853

cortisol and ABO

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1438663

These demonstrate the medical differences in stress response and recovery - without recourse to astrology.

If I, with no medical training, can find these in a matter of minutes, how much more documentation could a professional produce?



In response to: Blood Type A Stressors

Fri, 10 Jun 2011 22:04:36 +0000

I can totally relate, everything except the scary movies, I love good drama, sci-fi in particular-cannot wait for Super 8! :) (type A,enjoying this way of life for 12+years)



In response to: Blood Type A Stressors

Fri, 10 Jun 2011 20:51:42 +0000

I guarantee I could find you people with every blood type that get stressed out by all of these things. This is the same formula used to write horoscopes. Make it so general it could apply to anyone. Can you provide any scientific evidence to back up these claims?



In response to: Blood Type A Stressors

Fri, 10 Jun 2011 18:14:07 +0000

Hi Andrea,
I may be an "O" but everything you said fits me to a "T". So much so that when I first came upon the BTD and read this information, I had my blood type double checked, sure I must be an "A." You probably noticed I was a bit overwhelmed at the conference. You, on the other hand seemed to be conducting yourself beautifully! I am starting to wonder if cortiguard might be in order since I have these "A" tendencies. Been taking catechol for a few years. Thanks for sharing!