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Symbi
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There seems to be some typo mistakes in the monographs? Or is it just that they include more than is in the book?  I don't mean to complain much about them, they are a great source of information, great to have!

Some of the teeth information doesn't fit with the book, specifically the strength testing, or the Tips for today:

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Thursday November 5, 2009

Smile!

It may never have occurred to you that the shape of your jaw or features of your teeth could suggest anything about you. But each GenoType has different characteristics of the mouth that indicate a lot about ancestry.

    * Hunter- The scooped-out appearance of your front teeth indicates your meat-eating past, Hunter — a definitive clue that you will do best on a carnivorous diet. Combined with your masculine, squarish jaw, your mouth proclaims you a strong Hunter.

    * Gatherer- Gatherers have an extra cusp (Carabelli's cusp) on the upper front molar. This is a sure sign that your ancestors — who survived famine and scarcity — ground grains and vegetables with their teeth. Your round jaw is indicative of the high levels of estrogen present while you were in the womb.

    * Teacher- It's common for Teachers to have an extra molar cusp, which points to the fact that your farming ancestors relied heavily on grains and vegetables as a food source (as you still should today). Howver, your square, masculine jaw is a rarity among non–meat eaters.

    * Explorer- You have spadelike incisors, indicating meat eating among your ancestors. In addition, your square, wide jaw exemplifies their powerful, carnivorous nature.

    * Warrior- Warriors often exhibit soft, oval jawlines and long, almost egg-shaped faces – a commonality among non–meat eaters who were exposed to higher than normal estrogen levels in the womb. Because of your mostly vegetarian diet, you probably have an extra molar cusp.

    * Nomad- Your Nomad's herding ancestry is evident in the shoveled, grooved appearance of the back surface of your upper front teeth. And the smallish nature of your teeth in general is an indication that your ancestors belonged to milking societies.


GenoType 3 - The Teacher, under Physical Profile http://www.4yourtype.com/teacher.asp
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Clear signs of Teacher GenoType include the combinations of blonde hair and brown eyes or black hair and the epicanthic eye fold in Europeans. Incisor shoveling in Africans and Caucasians is another sign of Teacher GenoType


1. Is that correct?  Shouldn't it be Carribelli's Cusp instead?

Also in the teacher monograph 4th paragraph above Ancestry and Variation

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A common problem for male African Teachers is 'favism' (a type of anemia) though it is of the less severe form that seen with Mediterranean folks. Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) is an...


2. Isn't that an Explorer Trait?  There is alot of information on Favism in the Explorer monograph.  I don't remember it talking about Teachers having that also in the book.


Also in the Explorer Monograph, 4th para under physical profile:

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The Explorer somatotype is typically mesomorphic to meso-ectomorphic...... A common characteristic seen in many Caucasian and African Explorer GenoTypes is the presence of the Carabelli's cusp on the first molar, a feature not common in other hunter-herder types.


3. Is that right, shouldn't that be Incisor Shovelling instead?

4. Maybe the monographs are correct and there is alot of overlap between Explorer and Teacher?  


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there s a swami typo thread....
you might want to add this there, cause most of the monos are somehow included in the swamies.

thanks for posting.


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Just a word, Lola.

I have a great respect for you, so I hope you will not take this as anything but a humorous observation.  Mono is usually reserved as a idiomatic short form for mononucleosis.  A kissing contagion.     ...  


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Thanks Lola and Paul, cute joke.   Mono doesn't sound as bad as Epstein Barr Virus does it!

A moderator - can we change the title of this thread to Monograph Typos or Not? - Teacher and Explorer Overlaps

That might get more interested people checking and giving their opinions on this.  They seem to have alot of similarities between Teacher and Explorer, like being prone to yeast overgrowth in Explorers and any other overgrowth in Teachers.


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yes Paul, I know......at least the whole word is in the title of the thread......

and thanks!
this one is mono immunized! lol


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Overlaps are obvious in the synergists....take a closer look

Teacher/Nomad Synergist for example, and all other

http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=GT3%2D6SYN
       


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ROFL Lola  
and good point about the synergist supplements.

C_Sharp - Thanks for changing the thread title for me.  

Explorer and teacher measurements seem similar;
  • usually longer thighs,
  • longer or equal torso.  
  • Only difference is usually Teacher has one index finger longer, one ring finger longer; while Explorer is usually opposite their gender (Male with longer index finger, Female with longer ring finger).
  • Both have square or squarish jaws.  
  • Both have signs of assymetry between L and R planes.


  • I suppose major difference is Explorers are usually Non-Secretors and/or rhesus negative, Teachers are the opposite.  
  • Blood type too, Explorers can be any but Teachers normally are As (can be AB too) - thanks for the reminder Lola  


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Family - O+ DH and DD (both hunter-ish)
IBS, Fibro, Hashimotos, Adenomyosis, Oral Lichen Planus, Breast Cancer, Terminal case of Optimism

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and of-course BT!

a teacher can t be an O.


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