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Can someone please explain this.  Dr. D says for type A to eat a diet low in phenylalanine....I get the
no meats......but fish is high in phenylalanine...and so is dairy which Teachers can eat.

Is this saying that some A genotypes have higher IAP than others? Or is this accounted for by
portion control and total intake of phenylalanine foods?  I guess I'm wondering why a diet
like the basic A diet wouldn't be better for As with risk factors like cardiovascular disease and
cancer.

"Later studies showed that type A not only secreted almost no alkaline phosphatase in their intestines, but whatever little they did secrete was in and of itself inactivated by the presence of their own A antigen. [4]

Thus, we have here one of the strongest indications for the long term benefit of a low-fat diet in type A, both with regard to the susceptibility to cardiovascular disease, and (although not mentioned here) their additional susceptibility to cancer. Following the type A eating plan, with its emphasis on a healthy fats, low animal protein and the avoidance of foods high in phenylalanine, is the best method to maximize digestive efficiency in type As, lower their level of intestinal dysfunction, and to influence their susceptibility to cardiovascular disease."


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Most foods have some qualities that are desirable and others that are not. SWAMI balances the values of different components of the food with the needs of a particular  individual in making food recommendations. Usually it is multiple factors that determine if a food is recommended or not for a particular individual.



I am a type a teacher for instance and when SWAMI looked at dairy products it eliminated nearly all of them from my diet.  It did not indicate how much of the recommendation against dairy was due to phenylalanine and how much was due to other factors, but I am confident phenylalanine was considered among other factors.


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I am a type A Swami Teacher. I am very new to Geno Type diet and started following Swami diet very closely. So this subject is very much interest.

I like to see more input from other people. Thank you.
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Dr. D'adamo was saying that phenylalanine inhibits
intestinal alkaline phosphatase, and that's why sweet potatoes & yams
were avoid for A's, because they are high in phenylalanine &
effectively reduce already low IAP for them.
Dr D
"but for some reason in non-secretors it seems to paradoxically spark
IAP activity."


so there you go!  to each their own


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Quoted from C_Sharp
Most foods have some qualities that are desirable and others that are not. SWAMI balances the values of different components of the food with the needs of a particular  individual in making food recommendations. Usually it is multiple factors that determine if a food is recommended or not for a particular individual.



I am a type a teacher for instance and when SWAMI looked at dairy products it eliminated nearly all of them from my diet.  It did not indicate how much of the recommendation against dairy was due to phenylalanine and how much was due to other factors, but I am confident phenylalanine was considered among other factors.


Me too.....with a professional SWAMI I am left with only manchego, ghee and
yogurt as beneficial...none are diamonds......about 5 neutral cheeses and remainder are black dots.



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Quoted from Chloe
Is this saying that some A genotypes have higher IAP than others? Or is this accounted for by portion control and total intake of phenylalanine foods?  I guess I'm wondering why a diet like the basic A diet wouldn't be better for As with risk factors like cardiovascular disease and cancer.

I would assume that since some Type A's get more meat, cheeses, and fats, that there are differences - including digestive components and that this can and will affect what the ideal diet is per individual.

Dr. D. knows about all of these parameters and is utilizing the best combination for each person's specific input traits when they use SWAMI...  Remember the list of some 200 parameters that are used in the calculations probably makes for some really interesting calculations...

Future study results can always be added into the algorithms used by SWAMI to bring the diet closer to ideal, as necessary.  


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I appreciate all your inputs. I am more comfortable now trusting in Dr. D and stay with Swami diet. Thank you.
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