Jicama tortillas

I’m not sure where I first heard of jicama tortillas – from a paleo friend or an internet advertisement, perhaps.  I was intrigued.  How would you fold them?  It seems like they would crack like rice tortillas which have been a complete disappointment.  How would you make them?  Jicama is hard enough to peel.  How […]

PCOS and unexplained weight gain

I said I was going to do one more blot about allergies, and I will.  But we have had a guest in our home, and I thought her story might be useful to some who are visiting the BTD site because of their weight. I’m going to be careful not to identify our guest – […]

Allergy Answers 2

One thing that I found curious when I first looked at the food lists for Type O (my son and me) and Type A (my husband and daughter) was that Type As can have unlimited servings of vegetables.   Type Os can have 3-5 cups a day.  That was another fact that came back to my […]

Allergy answers 1

Is it really the middle of June?  Where did the time go?  My Strong son has gotten married! My Darling daughter and her family have moved!  Precious BC now lives just an hour away from us.  My little business is booming!  I have been decorating and celebrating and packing and working and unpacking and …..well […]

Green beans in my cereal

This is a Mother’s Day vignette – that would only happen to someone on the BTD. It’s been almost a year, and I continue to enjoy eating my meals upside down. My biggest meal of the day is breakfast.  Lunch is either a salad or meat and vegetables in a bowl.  Supper is fruit, ground […]

Brain Exercise – what type is best?

As you know if you have spent any time with the Blood Type Diet – every body is different.  Not only do different Blood Types need different foods, but Dr. D. recommends different types of exercise for the different Types. Once I turned 60, I became interested in brain function, and I hope to maximize […]

Watching BC Grow as an A

My Darling Daughter, my Son in Love, and my adorable grandson came to visit last week. Baby Cakes is two years old now. I could write all kinds of grandmotherly things like how he learned so quickly to shoot rubber bands, how his language is developing, how he loves to color pictures and play outside […]