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sml
Friday, April 25, 2008, 9:17pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I just got back form the store where a very helpful woman aided me in finding some cheese that I thnk I can have.
Besides the typical Chevre which is oK for A's and me because i am allergic to cow's milk (its from from goats milk) , we found Manchego Cheese, made form sheeps milk.

Does anyone know if Manchego is Ok???...I can't find it rated anywhere.


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manchego is more aged....try the younger sheep cheese types like feta......


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does being a "more " aged (6 months) chesse have anything to do about it being good or bad for you?


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If you're following BTD, the rule of thumb is........ if it's not listed it's considered a neutral. Try not to add any other food or drink for several days while trying it out. If it is going to bother you, you will know immediately that it's the cheese and not have to sleuth thru several foods/drinks to find the culprit.  



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Manchego is a staple for me.  There are two kinds available in my store.  One is aged 3 or 4 months, and the other is aged for a year or so.  The one that is aged longer is much harder and dryer.  I prefer the younger one.



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Saturday, April 26, 2008, 2:52am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Well I know this is the BTD section of the forum but if you knew your genotype:teacher, warrior or explorer, that could answer the question. Manchego is very good for teachers, very bad for explorers, and very bad for warriors. Without knowing that you'll have to experiment.


Someone going by the BTD uses the BTD rules. Let's not confuse the issue, this is a BTD site and a BTD board.

That said, The DDE shows Manchego as an avoid for A-nonnies. I would go by that.
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Quoted from Lloyd
the DDE shows Manchego as an avoid for A-nonnies.


what's DDE? I think Lloyd has answered the million dollar question.  



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The DDE is the D'Adamo Diet Equalizer. It is a tool Dr D wrote to help him and other practitioners individualize treatment, like a SWAMI but with the practitioner being able to tweak all the inputs. Since then it has become the collater of information used in GTD and the SWAMI system but can still be used as a stand alone. It can be used to look up foods by BTD rating, although that is a bit like using a Ferrari to go grocery shopping.

This may be of interest to some, a flow chart of how the GTD was developed and the DDE's place in that...  http://www.dadamo.com/GenoType/7GTDflowchart.jpg
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Lloyd, can you please tell me where  it say it is an avoid for A nonnies in the DDE?


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sml, you'll just have to take my word on it (or not!) as you don't have access to the DDE, a practitioner tool. The best I can do is report the information available to me. What you choose to do with that information is up to you. If there were something I could link you to, I would.

To get access you would need to be an IfHI member. One way to do that would be to attend the Crossville, TN mini conference this fall.
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