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In response to: Blood Type Couples: O and A

Tue, 17 Sep 2013 18:22:47 +0000

Let's not forget that these "typical A and O personality types" are generalizations. Some individuals don't act in the "typical" way. Much of what you described about the A in regards to exercise/pushing oneself are things I can relate to, as an O with a chronic condition.

But that's just the personality stuff; food wise, I'm all O!


Reply to Ruth: Of course. These generalizations, however, have -in my experience- spoken to scores of people who otherwise couldn't quite grasp the Eat Right Individuality concept. This sort of explanation opened their minds to the necessity of gearing food choices as well as fitness/recreation programs, to individual differences within their O/A relationships and families. -Sante



In response to: Calzone! And Other Take-Out Foods for B's

Tue, 13 Nov 2012 21:09:19 +0000

try some Middle Eastern food too, loaded w/ lamb & beef. Avoid the hummus though



In response to: Minority Blood Types (B and AB) and Personality

Mon, 05 Nov 2012 23:30:14 +0000

I am an 0 blood type, but perhaps it is my Explorer self that relates to the B blood type. I have friends who are B's and I find them absolutely refreshing. I very much think outside of the box myself and when they say things it makes perfect sense to me. We laugh a lot when we are together which is great!!!



In response to: Well-Guarded Secrets: Low-Tannin Red Wines (Reprise from 19 January 2006)

Sun, 27 May 2012 21:03:46 +0000

I have just received a comment I found interesting. I didn't publish it directly, but it accuses me of publishing a falsehood re the tannin-freeness of white wine, which is fermented after the skins, seeds and twigs (the tannin-bearing parts of the fruit) have been discarded. The commenter, who has a spam record on this website, makes the point that some white wines are aged in oak, which imparts tannin to many wines.

I'm glad this challenge arises, because readers who've heard about the tannins in oak -most notably American oak- might encounter this information elsewhere and become confused about white wine. The commenter suggested a couple of websites that would perhaps have further obfuscated the matter, but I've located one that I believe puts the "oaked white wine tannin question" in the right perspective. And know that very much white wine is NOT oak-aged. Begin your education on this matter here:

http://blog.cawinemerchants.com/2010/02/tannin-in-white-wine.html

Santé!



In response to: Philosopher Under the Knife

Thu, 17 May 2012 20:48:59 +0000

Nice.



In response to: Philosopher Under the Knife

Sat, 05 May 2012 13:25:32 +0000

Nice blog, Sante!

I completely concur with the philosophy of Living Right for Your Type. I aspire to do the same. Worrying doesn't serve me.

p.s. I'm glad you are okay, both in body and mind.



In response to: Philosopher Under the Knife

Fri, 04 May 2012 20:16:19 +0000

Congratulations on navigating some choppy waters! It is great to know you have come to a safe harbour.

You have never left any doubt about you being intellectually hip.



In response to: The Moody Heath: Bloodtype B/Genotype Nomad and Weather

Wed, 04 Apr 2012 22:57:47 +0000

Born and raised in Hawaii as a nomad. love the tropical storms. I dance to thunder and lightening is that crazy or what! High surf, driving from below sea level to 10,000 ft. in a couple of hours. talk about pressure. Don't like to sunbathe but if i do go to the beach i need to dive in deep water where it's cool. Yes, my ancestor arrived from England, I'm part Hawaiian and sensitive to the sun.