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Lola
Thursday, September 4, 2008, 8:14pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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cts,
perhaps you should call the clinic and have them answer those questions for you.


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cts
Thursday, September 4, 2008, 8:18pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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c_sharp, you are very helpful! thanks for your response!

yeah, i really believe in kinisiology, but do agree that the emotional bias of a tester can affect the results. i had supplements tested on me and double checked them with another tester but they both got the same results.

the reason i think the genotype diet is more accurate for me personally than the blood type diet is because i am very very sensitive to sugar, which is neutral for me via the blood type diet. however, genotype wise, i am probably either a teacher or nomad and both have to avoid sugar.

if i get muscle testing for my genotype, do i think the genotype in my mind when they test me, or rather, shoudl i bring foods and have those tested?

thanks!
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cts
Thursday, September 4, 2008, 8:19pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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sorry, what is the "new version of SWAMI?"
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cts
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lola, good idea!
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C_Sharp
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sorry, what is the "new version of SWAMI?"



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SWAMI GenoType is a sophisticated computer software system written by Dr. Peter D'Adamo. Dr. D'Adamo is a world-renowned expert in nutrition and genomics, and wrote the SWAMI GenoType software to harness the power of computers and artificial intelligence, using their tremendous precision and speed to help tailor unique one-of-a kind diets to individuals, based on their blood types, fingerprints, medical history, biometric measurements and over ninety other
variables.

More info and sample


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If i get muscle testing for my genotype, do i think the genotype in my mind when they test me, or rather, shoudl i bring foods and have those tested?


I have had foods and supplements tested.

With me bringing the GenoTypes to mind would probably not work. For others it might.

The reason I do not think it would work for me is that, I am going to self identify as a "teacher" and not a "warrior" because I relate more strongly to the "teacher profession" than a "warrior profession." This identification with profession would overwhelm the concept of "teacher diet" or "warrior diet." What one should eat is really the concern here and not whether one should work as a teacher or a warrior. So one needs a test that will measure that for you.



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Ribbit
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CTS, who do you use?


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dear mayflowers,
thanks for your reply! which way did dr. d decide and did he say you could make those fingers a tie?


He said for me to forget the fingers. I have a long head. I'm a Warrior.  
He also knew (from me) that my dad was AB+ and he was tall, 6'3"..big long head.
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dear mayflowers,
did you meet dr. d in person?
kim
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dear mayflowers,
did you meet dr. d in person?
kim


Mayflowers will probably answer herself shortly.

But you can read about her visit to Dr. D's clinic in this thread


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Mayflowers will probably answer herself shortly.



They say it's okay to talk to yourself as long as you don't answer yourself...  

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Mayflowers
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dear mayflowers,
did you meet dr. d in person?
kim


Yes ma'am. I've been to see him as a patient twice already.  

Thanks C    Lloyd..lol
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Geez, I am surprised no one mentioned fingerprint patterns and medical history...  
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Geez, I am surprised no one mentioned fingerprint patterns and medical history...  


I did mention my dad...

btw, I have arch pattern finger prints on some of my fingers.  

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Kim (a.k.a. cts) and I met today at Starbucks (no, we didn't drink any sugar-laden, double-dose caffeine stuff).  She had the nice fingerprinting thingy and let me borrow it for my daughter.  Elizabeth has 3 whorls!  The rest are loops.  I'm sure Kim will be along later to post her results.  We did enough measurements to make sure of what she is.


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Kim (a.k.a. cts) and I met today at Starbucks (no, we didn't drink any sugar-laden, double-dose caffeine stuff).  She had the nice fingerprinting thingy and let me borrow it for my daughter.  Elizabeth has 3 whorls!  The rest are loops.  I'm sure Kim will be along later to post her results.  We did enough measurements to make sure of what she is.


I am sure the folks at Starbucks thought you drank way too much of something when they saw you fingerprinting and measuring body parts!  
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Lola
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that s great you both met and shared! cool!


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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cts
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it was so so nice meeting ribbit and i hope to see her again soon! she was very helpful. she measured me to be a teacher.
i have more peace of mind now! isn't it so hard when you don't konw your genotype? i am glad to have closure!
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oh, we did the measurement parts at ribbit's house. we were only at starbucks for a little while and we were outside so no measurements at starbucks! lol
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According to that page it says that "NOTE: The online consumer version of SWAMI GenoType will be available August 15, 2008." but I can't find it anywhere. Is it temporarily on hold for now and not available or am I being dense as to where exactly it's hiding?




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According to that page it says that "NOTE: The online consumer version of SWAMI GenoType will be available August 15, 2008."


Release date was pushed back to September. It should be available shortly.



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Yeah, Kim's certainly a Teacher.  Glad I could help out.  We went back to my house to get a tape measure....and also so people didn't think we'd drunk something amiss.


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