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Lola
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just received my SWAMI.. lola you are great.. what an instant delivery !!!!  


Meditation is an easy way of 'good' methylation !!!!!  
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White vinegar makes me depressed. Apple cider is fine however it seems.

When I do the explorer diet my intestines seem ok somewhat but become fat intolerant after they build up bacteria.

I too benefit a lot in energy with animal protein. I have to eat lots of vegetables and fruit at the same time but it does have an affect that vegetables and fruit alone do not!

Lola those are from the Alkalize or Die book. I think in general they hold pretty true. Also Dr. D's recommendations of portions would hold them to be pretty true too. Simply to say Dr. D. clearly recommends more vegetables and fruit than anything else, daily. I do believe some different foods have affects in different ways for alkalinity, but the general idea seems right, and the general foods work with all the GTD in mind.
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http://www.adhdrelief.com/CandidaTest.html

This describes the spit test. You might find it mentioned on this site as well.

Yes, as Lola says, I don't think a given food reacts the same in each blood type.
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Hello Fellow Teachers,

I too have only just recently converted to teacherhood after switching between Warrior and Explorer for over 3 months. It seems as though when I measure my fingers with my palms upright it became apparent that my ring finger on my right hand was longer by over 2 mm. The strange thing is that when I use the method suggested by the book, measuring from the webbing, they come out equal.

Unfortunately for me I have due to my misdiagnosis gained about 3 to 4 kilos in the last 3 months. In alI fairness to the GT diet, I have been unable to exercise for about 5 weeks due to being inundated with work. I was wondering if anyone has still managed to lose weight woithout excercise? Or is combination of GT diet and excercise an absolute must for weight loss.

On a completely different and yet important topic. Does anyone know whether hydroponic vegetables are to be avoided. Nowadays it is really hard to find lettuce that is not hydroponically grown.
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those are fine!
if you want to get the swami, you can have it compute your genotype, inputting all the right measures and data!


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I am waiting for my SWAMI to arrive to tell me personally what is good what is bad..I found right4eu.com slow in dispatching the stuff..

I feel my digestive system is very poor in breaking down protein stuff and produces lot of methane gas in that process   which is so unpleasant to pass   I would not blame candida all the time. I am strictly on teachers diet for past 4 months now.. But methyl gas production has not reduced..

Any other teacher has the same problem?


Sometimes getting rid of the bad bacteria isn't enough.  Replacing the good
bacteria is necessary.

Are you aware that you'd be able to get a more customized Teacher specific probiotics combination (good bacteria) from taking the Teacher Activator supplement:

Saccharomyces cerevisiae, lactobacillus plantaru, Lactobacillus bulgaricus: These probiotics and healthy yeast strains enhance proper microbial balance in the digestive tract and help remove metabolic toxins and endproducts of excess bacterial overgrowth.

It's found here:

http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=GT3ACT




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Well, last Friday, I woke up *********extremely********** dizzy -- so much so that I was actually nauseated almost all day, and threw up a few times when I moved my head too quickly. It started easing up when I started eating food [no, I'm not pregnant -- everybody has asked me that], but really only went away when I started massaging my neck, and it finally got gone when my husband got home from work and really rubbed my neck. Was that candida die-off settling in my neck joints? or was it sitting at the computer too much and getting a stiff neck? Who knows.

I did the spit test several months ago, and it was nearly clear, with just a tiny amount of speckles in it -- whereas my husband's was really gross, with everything they said *might* come up if you have candidiasis. (Speaking of which -- is that something a husband and wife might pass back and forth, either through casual or intimate touch? Because I'm sure he has it, and if he could give it to me, then even if I tested "clear" before, I could get it now. Of course, he's thought he had candida well before we got married and never did anything about it, so if I could get it from him, I would have likely gotten it from him years ago.) But I ought to pay more attention to the acid/alkaline thing and see if I can get that in line.


@Ffantazsia -- the spit test is... first thing in the morning, spit into a glass with room-temperature bottled water in it. If you have candida, your spit will look gross -- speckled, or stringy (like "legs" hanging down), or cloudy. My husband's was all three of those when we did it, while mine was basically clear.


A married to an O with two children, A & O

For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against ...spiritual wickedness in high places. Eph 6:12
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Quoted from Chloe

Saccharomyces cerevisiae, lactobacillus plantaru, Lactobacillus bulgaricus: These probiotics and healthy yeast strains enhance proper microbial balance in the digestive tract and help remove metabolic toxins and endproducts of excess bacterial overgrowth.


Using brewer's yeast daily is also good.


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Destroyer, did you establish for sure that you are a Teacher? I think at some point you had a question mark.
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I have an idea. I will let all of you GenoType me. I am A(-) (been double checked).

Measurements
Torso > Legs (if I lost all the fat on my body it might be even, but I am not sure about reversing)

Upper Leg > Lower Leg (tried measuring this to get it to change, it really is what it is)

L&R Ring Finger > L&R Index Finger (could measure it a million times any way you want, it will always be that)

Strength Test
#1. Caffine when I was a child bothered me more, now it just makes falling asleep a little difficult even if I have three strong cups in the evening (might make other things happen though).

#2. I do not know of any cognitive diseases.

#3. My grandpa has heart issues and his brother has diabetes. My grandpa typed out as a Teacher or Explorer and he really looks more like an Explorer. He also is chemical sensitive and responds extremely well to lots of fruit juice and juicing vegetables. He said he felt best on vegetables, grains aside from wheat, and some meat. However he has not lived like that in a long time. He loves to change perceptions! Also muscular with a very broad head.

#4. My brother had cancer at 1 years old, and my grandma had bowel cancer that eventually killed her. My other Grandma has battled candida at least once from what I know.

#5. My dad has Crohn's, considers himself to be somewhat chemical sensitive, and have allergies. However all those things did not develop until he started to regularly eat red meat, potatoes, etc, away from his childhood almost vegetarian diet. As children him and his brothers might get a cold or something but that was about it they where healthy and lean. He also never gained weight until after the military. Basically everything speaks towards an overgrowth of bacteria. His teeth also did not get bad till later in life, again a bacteria thing probably at culprit. He is the only one I know of with an autoimmune problem.


Finger prints. I have nothing but loops.

#6. I have white lines. Wheat does make me hungry but I think that is due to candida perhaps, and the white lines due to lectins perhaps. My father has a problem with wheat, again I think it did not develop until he began to regularly consume red meat though. (bacterial issues)

#7. Yes they are all loops.

#8. No they all match.

#9. No, normal old righty.

#10. My knees touch, maybe in part due to low arches which are building up but under too much fat. If I was skinny I might have clear gaps between my legs, my body is sort of wide, not real wide, but wider than an AB tall Nomad ectomorph that could almost blow away in the wind.

#11. No large openings but hey I am overweight.

#12. You can see one tendon for 3 inches really clearly. However if I start to move my hand around you see more. You see them on my neck big time, at my elbows, etc, but I am overweight so they are not super clear. I am WAY THE HELL MORE SINEWY than my Gatherer roommate.

#13. Yes I have shoveling teeth.

#14. No no extra molar cusp that I can detect.

Body Type
Well I can easily touch my Thumb and middle finger, if not overlap a little.

I am sort of a meso-ecto I think. If not then I am ecto. I have muscle, clearly, but my limbs are not thick like my mesomorph friends at all and my muscle pertains primarily to things I have developed. I have a big chest and and my pelvic bone pokes out a little toward the front on the two top parts.

I have a square jaw shape (close to 90)

From what I can tell I have an ideal hip to waist ratio. My waist might be a tad smaller than hip.

Elongated head

According to the online quiz thing I might be a super taster. I am at least a taster for sure. Broccoli and black strap molasses are bitter. Black strap is too bitter for me to enjoy straight. I need to get some food dye to try the counting thing.


Strength test


GT3 Strength test = 14 (maybe 19 with prop test)

GT4 Strength test = 8 (maybe 13 with prop test, or does the caffine thing count? it only makes it hard to go to sleep, that would be 13, and maybe 18 with prop test)

History etc

As a child the only sickness I ever got besides some annoying nose bleeds was sinus infections, mostly ear infections. The colds and flue happened. I never had any serious problems except they threatened to take out my tonsils once.

Chemicals... as a child for awhile smoking bothered me a lot but I seem over that now. I can be around it, not enjoy it, even smoke several, and get nothing but a little flem at most. Non-natural laundry detergents do make me itch, but Teachers are also sensitive on the skin, that can be me!

Allergies, you bet! They use to bug me a lot. Although as of more late they do not do much at all. The started to come back when eating like an Explorer for awhile, and the infections. However it all seems related to Candida, which I probably have had since a small child. I was diagnosed as allergic to dairy for a long time. Eventually I started to be able to handle it better. However any type of cream or milk can make me drenched in sweat if I get remotely hot. The last two hikes I have been on I had a little problem with that, but I think it might be due to having trouble digesting vegetable protein.

I use to pound wheat products. There was nothing I loved more than bread. I ate lots of red meat too. I was real overweight in high school. I tried the Atkins and lost all the muscle on my body. I am not sure I lost much if any fat at all. I did not eat like any vegetables, but was happy to lose weight. My parents talked me out of it due to the appearance of blood.

Stress destroys me and my body. I do not lose weight, my muscle get screwed up and I get micro tearing in my heels. I do like Yoga and Pilates. As a child I was pretty flexible, I mean not extremely, but decently. My upper body is still very flexible. My legs are getting better especially with Omega 3, fish, alkaline, and no red meat.

Coffee has a strong affect sometimes in that it relaxes me and makes me kind of care free (cortisol, Type A thing).

Comparison between GT3 and GT4

GT3: I love love love to have certain types of artistic creation. It changes my life and makes it good. Unfortunately drawing rarely has that affect unless it is for special people in my life. Being creative (hard to feel that way a lot of the time, Candida I think) makes me just feel amazing. I am not short though, is 6' to 6'1" moderate? I look at things calmly when I am calm and feel well. My childhood fits the Teacher to a T with infections. I am pretty good at collecting lots of data and analyzing stuff, myself and dad are mechanically inclined, good trouble shooters (meta-analysis). The problem areas for a teacher, the first paragraph could not describe me more.

GT4: I am pretty sure I have above average intelligence! (giving myself that one no matter what) I am RH (-). I think I would of developed diabetes by now if I could have it. I have eaten way more that enough sugar and bad stuff in my life. I do have Spanish influence in my blood line. I love to think outside the box (but maybe to be creative, not so much I am just "different"). I am a little asymmetrical but no where near anyone else that is that I have seen. No one would ever think I am. One nipple is a little different from the other, a mole on one side of the face. Everything on my face does no line up 100% but very close. I have one eye that has a stigma, lightly these days. my rib cage and pelvic bone are not small, but everything other than my feet certain is not big. My shoulder have bones that stick out the back towards the side when standing still (really ectomorphy). All blood test for everything have always shown me to be healthy, no blood count problems or anything.














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Can someone tell me about the "palm upward" way of measuring finger length? I've searched and searched, but didn't find anything. The search function of this site ...  




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Another way of measuring is to start with your hand palm up.  Line the ruler up with the line on the finger crease and then look to the tip to find the finger length.


I was measured back in TN this way by Dr C


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I have an idea. I will let all of you GenoType me. I am A(-) (been double checked).

Measurements
Torso > Legs (if I lost all the fat on my body it might be even, but I am not sure about reversing)

Upper Leg > Lower Leg (tried measuring this to get it to change, it really is what it is)

L&R Ring Finger > L&R Index Finger (could measure it a million times any way you want, it will always be that)


Secretor makes you a teacher.




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I have not been tested for secreter status, I just leave my shield that way based on what GTD diet I am on because it looks nice   .

I just got some Brewer's Yeast supplement. After taking it at the store (yes I can swallow stuff dry, large horse pills sometimes) I found on my bike ride home feeling VERY relaxed all of a sudden. Now I feel relaxed and I could pretty much feel it move through my gut. I could flatulate later, who knows, but seriously it like moved through me! I hope that was sort of the missing bacteria that I needed to digest protein better (in vegetable form, non-green). Too much meat just does not seem like the answer. I got some beets on the stove too! They always make me feel like a champ.
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Does any teacher have problem with Aluminum toxicity? I have been using aluminum utensils all my life. Today, on advice of Dr Andrew Weil, I switched to stainless steel..


Meditation is an easy way of 'good' methylation !!!!!  
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http://home.earthlink.net/~joannefstruve/_wsn/page3.html

Just thought I'd share a list of aluminum toxicity symptoms because without being tested,
kawaikx15, I'm not sure any of us would know if we were having a problem.


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Does any teacher have problem with Aluminum toxicity? I have been using aluminum utensils all my life. Today, on advice of Dr Andrew Weil, I switched to stainless steel..


Start cooking with cilantro, supposedly it helps clear heavy metals.
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I love love love cilantro. I use it every day.

Here's some recipes and information.
http://www.mnwelldir.org/docs/detox/cilantro.htm


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great article chole..
cilantro and metal toxicity   can you throw some more light on it


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it s an effective metal chelator......less invasive

here are more threads on chelation and cilantro
http://www.google.com/custom?q.....itesearch=dadamo.com


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I think Teacher sounds like it fits better than Explorer and it would be more likely for you to be a secretor. Of course without that info, we're just guessing. I guess you could also look at the foods that Teachers get that Explorers don't and vice versa. For example, Explorers shouldn't have soy, almonds or peanuts, dates, eggs, yogurt, cinnamon, and vanilla, to name a few, and beef if neutral for them. It seems like beef isn't so neutral for you (nor me) and you do well on the foods I listed (as do I). So, really, it seemed odd to have to limit those and also odd to not have to care whether I ate beef, when I was on the diet. Also, the Explorer can have even white rice, tapioca, and so many more sweeteners than the Teacher. That also didn't seem right for me. How was that for you? One food I started to have problems with in larger quantities was ricotta cheese. It started to make me feel sickened. All the while, I began feeling less well and my digestion became more messed up.

Maybe your problems stem from your time as an Explorer and you need to give yourself time working with the Teacher diet with all its variety to reap its benefits. Since I have spent so many years trying to impose rules on myself, combining his program with that, I am using this diet on its own and trying to UNLEARN all the rules that have gotten me in the messed up state I ended up in. Of course following the Explorer diet didn't help, but the problems were really already there to be exacerbated.

Wow, I'm impressed you can eat brewer's yeast straight, Destroyer! I find the taste SOOOOOO REPULSIVE! I thought that might make me a supertaster, but I'm a taster. I mix it with drinks and yogurt with carob.
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They are pills, the brewer's yeast. Now nutritional yeast I could easily eat a spoonful of!

The foods I do really well with on the Explorer list are the detox fruit. The vegetables are very easy for me to enjoy too, like Kohlrabi. I love lamb but obviously red meat gives me that bacterial overgrowth.

The ricotta actually may of been responsible for me feeling like I had more regular digestion. However with the switch to Ghee also, and the bacteria increase it may of done nothing. I always felt like I should limit it though, and only ate it when I felt like I was not digesting well. Even on the Teacher diet I do not feel care-free with dairy. I think it is influencing my sinus infection that is very pestering. I think it might be lingering because I am losing weight fast, or so it seems, and my metabolism is through the roof. I guess candida could be contributing to the situation though.

I am doing better with some foods that were questionable on the Teacher diet, after taking brewer's yeast. Dates are one of them. They can still give me a little of a head rush at certain times.
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It's interesting and encouraging for me to note that there is such a large number of Teachers with negative blood types, non sinewy and non andric like myself.

Aside from the negative bloodtype, I originally genotyped myself as an Explorer due to my Basque ancestry, mentioned in the book as the origin of Explorers.

Just wanted to ask a couple of quick questions.

Would whole meal or whole grain breads be a neutral for teachers?

There is a probiotic drink called Yakult. Would anyone know if this is good for Teachers?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yakult

On the Avatar preferences there is a choice of type 1 or type 2. Could someone kindly explain the difference?

Thanks

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