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BTD Forums    Diet and Nutrition    The GenoType Diet  ›  Women By Genotype
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 Ladies, What is your genotype?
Gatherer (98 votes)
Explorer (91 votes)
Teacher (83 votes)
Hunter (82 votes)
Nomad (49 votes)
Warrior (47 votes)
450 Votes Total Last vote Friday, June 6, 2014, 7:39am by Devora
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Teacher Rh+ Lewis: a+b-, NN,Taster
Sa Bon Nim
Posts: 8,931
Gender: Male
Location: Illinois
Age: 55
Quoted from Jonayla
That being said, she's only 8 months old and since she was born at home we do not know what her blood type is.  We don't even know my husband's yet because we keep forgetting to ask the hospital!

All things considered I'm almost certain he fits the A+ Warrior status and since she takes so much after him in build (so far) I'm thinking she might also be an A+ Warrior.  We'll have to wait and see.

An easy way to determine blood type is using an eldon card. Kit is available here:

For infants, the four drops of blood needed for the test are often gotten from a heel prick.

MIfHI                            I follow a SWAMI diet.
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SWAMIED Rh+ G2-Gatherer
Sam Dan
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Location: GOTL, Ohio, U.S.A.
Age: 70
I'm a Gatherer!
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Swami Nomad 49%
Early Spring: Awareness, desire.
Posts: 26
Gender: Female
Location: Western North Carolina
I'm a 49% Nomad with lots of white lines, and very low ridge patterns. So low that I can't absolutely determine my individual finger patterns. I started the BTD in 1999 but was still eating gluten. When Genotype book came out I measured exactly 50% Nomad and 50% Exprorer. Very frustrating, and so I strayed off of the B diet for a time. A couple of years ago I discovered that Swamie was available for individuals, ordered the kit for measuring using the new guidelines and found I also have Teacher characteristics. Swami has made a huge difference! Since my Swami I've had a string of medical issues including open heart surgery and ruptured appendix. I'm firmly on the diet now and exercising lots. Finally down 10 pounds with more to loose. I'm currently reading old threads and putting together my supplement plan - and will start eating more diamond foods, like beets, that I really don't like. The more I read these threads the more aware I become of the multiple layers of wisdom that Swami provides. Who knows, once I can see my fingerprints clearly I may end up an Explorer. Meanwhile My goal is to get every benefit I can from my Nomad diet. A huge thank you to Dr D and to all of you who post to these forums. It is great to be back and posting again.

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