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The world of SWAMI is so awesome. So many more food choices--along with the geno-harmonics it really rocks. Now I just need to convince my B nonnie son to take the SWAMI plunge. Why he resists I do not know. SWAMI opens us up to the dietary road to health like no other.
Reports of chimera are rare, but experts believe the actual condition is fairly common. According to one study, about one in every eight single births started as a multiple set at conception. One twin often dies early on in the pregnancy. In some cases, the remains of this twin get absorbed into the remaining sibling during a process called vanishing twin phenomenon.
I have doubts about it being fairly common, but in some instances I suppose the DNA might affect the survivor to some degree. For the sake of this thread, however, it doesn't change the fact that our genotype is determined by blood type and physical measurements, not the foods we prefer or seem to tolerate. Much less personality traits.
In orher words, a good reason to advance to Swami.
Neither of my parents share my blood type. If one parent is O and the other AB, the child will only be A or B, this is the case for me. I had a twin that did not make it early in the pregnancy too. I am A and actually strength tested highest for nomad, but had i been B, it would be a tough one to distinguish.
Being A and having an O- and A- maternal lineage (mom and grandma), this was more evidence suggesting explorer.
I am not two toned and although a tad asymetrical side to side, overall could pass for normal in many circles!