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Jumari
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On the book I have bakers yeast as being a diamond for teachers. I was able to get Brewers yeast tablets online. Should be here soon. Are you suggesting that I use Brewers yeast instead of Bakers yeast for bread making Lola? Will that work?

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Steamed Swiss Chard
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Dressed with Garlic and Olive Oil

Brie Cheese on Rice Cakes

YUMMYYYYYYY

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On the book I have bakers yeast as being a diamond for teachers. I was able to get Brewers yeast tablets online. Should be here soon. Are you suggesting that I use Brewers yeast instead of Bakers yeast for bread making Lola? Will that work?


No, don't do that!  Do as you originally planned, bakers yeast in the bread and brewers/nutritional as a supplement/seasoning.  All are superfoods for teachers.


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Lola
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the bakers yeast for bread baking is the one to use for bread baking.
the bakers yeast mentioned in the food lists should also read brewers,
cause some people call brewer s, baker s yeast indistinctly....

nutritional yeast has it s own rating.

so to answer your question, do not bake using brewers yeast and do not add the yeast you use for baking, in your smoothie, or for making your faux compliant marmite spread.....
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?496


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Is nutritional yeast and brewers yeast completely different?


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baker's yeast is used for leavening. Brewer's years has a bitter hops flavor. Nutritional yeast is similar to brewer's yeast, but not as bitter because it is grown on molasses, that is the reason for it s unique sweetness.

brewers is plain and bitter tasting, and that is the one I sprinkle on salads and use as faux parmesan in dishes.....(that is the one appearing in my swami list exclusively as yeast, baker)

pls do not use the instant yeast used for baking or any form of baking yeast for a supplement.....only bake bread with that!!

yeast, baker should also read brewer not to confuse people.


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The glycemic factor in Teachers seems to have nothing to do with calories or amount of sugar, but rather how it will interact with the body/illness.


and the fact that you are 23 and find it is impossible to gain weight.


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Actually it was the opposite for me. However I am demanding so even if I am losing weight it can never be fast enough.

Although at the moment I seem to be losing weight. I also eat way more peanut butter and almond butter than recommended.

If I eat five pieces of brown rice bread I feel great and lose weight initially but then the candida becomes a problem because it has not been dealt with and then prevented from re-occurring through intestinal bacterial balancing.
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I have lost 5 pounds in the past week on a glycemic-modified Teacher diet.




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I have lost 5 pounds in the past week on a glycemic-modified Teacher diet.


Great job!  

So what did your glycemic modified Teacher diet look like?  Did you leave out grains
or fruits?  


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So what did your glycemic modified Teacher diet look like?  Did you leave out grains or fruits?  


Yes, pretty much.

In May-June 2008, I tried several weeks of ignoring the glycemic index and carb counts on the Type A BTD.

By the end of that experiment my blood sugar was all over the place. I was lucky my best friend, who was living with us at the time, was an RN. Twice she came home to find me in a hypoglycemic stupor after eating a normal carb meal. My blood sugar was 30 on both occasions.

The other night I ate grains with dinner and experienced a frightening hypo episode about 1.5 hours later.

I am trying not to become an out-of-control diabetic like my mother and sister.




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  I see that rice syrup is an avoid for us. Can we use brown rice syrup, or is it the same?


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read the ingredients used to create the syrup.....if all check and brown rice as well, then it would be ok.....

syrup is extra concentrated sugar, don t forget!


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   Yes, but it's not white or brown sugar, which is an avoid for me. I'm just trying to figure out what sweetners I can use to experiment baking with. I have been a sugarholic all my life and I am a baker. So, it's saying alot for me to give up the white and brown.


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Sucanat does not seem to be as bad even though it is still from cane suger plant. I use honey, and maybe barley malt will work.
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http://www.google.com/custom?q.....itesearch=dadamo.com
on sucanat

agave or vegetable glycerine are worth looking into for sweet subs


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   I have honey, barley malt, agave and glycerine.  


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I found out that, like Chloe, I'm not quite as cheese-worthy a Teacher now that I have my SWAMI Xpress diet! I lost most blue cheese except Gorgonzola, for one. I'm down to 8 superfood cheeses only 4 times a week. My fish servings went up to 5, and my carbs servings went down to 3 or 4 depending on whether I compute "Best" or "Normal." For "Best" the serving size is now 1/4 cup for grains.

My Teacher percentage was 41%. I thought I might end up with a higher percentage, and my genoharmonic relationships emphasize enhancement of histone acetylation effects.

This weekend I went away to a retreat where they served vegetarian food (lacto-ovo), although we went out to dinner both nights. I was able to easily choose things on my diet, including some soy, and get a lot of vegetables. Plus eating out, I ate fish. It was a good way to transition into my updated Teacher plan.
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Chandon your mother sounds like a Gatherer.


That's quite possible. That diet is meant to be rather low glycemic, and I know my mother has some real issues with getting addicted to sugar. She is also "exercise challenged." I feel that way too!
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Chandon....Once you imput all your info on the SWAMI, how long does it take to get your diet?


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You get it right away. It's really quick. It can take a while to do all your measuring. I ran the diet before I went away, but knew that I wanted to change the answers to a couple of questions and then also input info about my teeth, since my husband looked at them. I reran it and quickly got an updated diet. Plus you can easily switch the type of recommendation you want for servings.
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   I ordered mine on Tuesday. Guess I should be getting it any day now. I'm so excited to see what it tells me!


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Quoted from Chandon
I found out that, like Chloe, I'm not quite as cheese-worthy a Teacher now that I have my SWAMI Xpress diet! I lost most blue cheese except Gorgonzola, for one. I'm down to 8 superfood cheeses only 4 times a week. My fish servings went up to 5, and my carbs servings went down to 3 or 4 depending on whether I compute "Best" or "Normal." For "Best" the serving size is now 1/4 cup for grains.

My Teacher percentage was 41%. I thought I might end up with a higher percentage, and my genoharmonic relationships emphasize enhancement of histone acetylation effects.

This weekend I went away to a retreat where they served vegetarian food (lacto-ovo), although we went out to dinner both nights. I was able to easily choose things on my diet, including some soy, and get a lot of vegetables. Plus eating out, I ate fish. It was a good way to transition into my updated Teacher plan.


My geno harmonic relationships emphasize nutrients that enhance gene methylation (which increases the fidelity of my gene's ability to make good quality copies of itself).

Also if I hit "best" I get very little grains too.  I tried eating more grains from
the "Normal" printout for a week as portions were higher for grains but I felt really rotten.  Easily bloated and digestion isn't good... I'm not good on a lot of grains.
So choosing "best" was the better option for me.




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I got spinach, apples, bell peppers, and chicken as neutral foods and asparagus as a superfood. Hazelnuts, safflower, and sunflower seeds are now superfoods. I don't think I've ever eaten safflower seeds. Plums, prunes, watermelon, and cantaloupe are now superfoods. Also red wine is a superfood! Also, tomato is now permanently a toxin, but chocolate became a black dot food. Also, white rice products are now neutral and some additional sweeteners are neutral, plus sugar is a black dot toxin. So, I see to have a little more versatility, especially when it comes to eating out. A whole bunch of cheeses either dropped to neutral or became black dot toxins, but feta jumped up to being a superfood. I can even have soy milk as a neutral now instead of a black dot. All red meats are in the toxin column. My fruit servings went up to 4, plus I have more choices among fruits. I have to say, I don't mind the changes, but knowing tomato is truly bad for me is a little depressing. The thing is, though, is that tomato (especially concentrated forms) seems harsh to me, just as chili peppers and vinegar do, so it's not really a big surprise. I have to study the genoharmonic foods.

It's really fun to see what you get. It's also nice shopping for new things. I picked up some yellow plums this weekend, since they are in season. Switching from diet to diet so quickly does make it challenging to remember what are the right foods to eat. We do get a little card for shopping, so that should help.
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Also if I hit "best" I get very little grains too.  I tried eating more grains from
the "Normal" printout for a week as portions were higher for grains but I felt really rotten.  Easily bloated and digestion isn't good... I'm not good on a lot of grains.
So choosing "best" was the better option for me.


I am thinking that if I am eating more fruit, I won't have as much appetite for grains. Plus beans provide a lot of carbs too. I know that this weekend I didn't eat a lot of grains; I think knowing the range will be helpful and I can try to lean toward the lower end.


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