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rAw warrior
Thursday, May 31, 2012, 5:41pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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^ Lol

I noticed that the Deflect contains Pineapple concentrate and I see that pineapple is on Warrior's toxic list so perhaps the Gastro D is the way to go like everyone is saying. I suspect my acid reflux is caused by very low stomach acid at the moment (though I know it was already low to begin with) which was probably caused by the tomatoes and bananas I had been eating.  Just a guess though.  At 5'1", 90 lbs. I know it can't be due to weight.  My metabolism is much too fast for weight to have ever been a problem.  It will probably slow down by the time I hit 40 like my mom's did (she's also a Warrior type). I guess I will have to do the Swami to see exactly what foods are right for me.  Maybe pineapple will be good again. At the moment I'm trying out plain Kefir until I can afford the other stuff.

Thanks again for the feedback.
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DoS
Thursday, May 31, 2012, 7:33pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I think you are trying to see what you want.

Not a lot of warriors seem to have real narrow heads, even when elongated.
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Serenity
Thursday, May 31, 2012, 9:51pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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rAw, pineapple is a superfood & pineapple juice is a diamond on my swami (I also take the bromlain supps)  But that may not be so for others as Swami is so individual, in fact mine says I am a reactive type so not the usual "thrifty" warrior & I have never been overweight. I am a 164cm (5 foot 3?) ectomorph with a long thin face/head.
I agree that Adam Sandler could be a warrior.
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rAw warrior
Friday, June 1, 2012, 12:52am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Thank you, Serenity. Perhaps I should not be so fearful of the pineapple then
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Mayflowers
Friday, June 1, 2012, 6:42pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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^ Lol
I noticed that the Deflect contains Pineapple concentrate and I see that pineapple is on Warrior's toxic .


Pineapple is a diamond super beneficial for me. I never had trouble with pineapple and it helps my digestion.. makes the skin look nice too..
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Friday, June 1, 2012, 6:43pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I think you are trying to see what you want.

Not a lot of warriors seem to have real narrow heads, even when elongated.


(lol) I still think Adam Sandler is a Warrior.
(obviously you haven't seen me. My head is narrow)
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rAw warrior
Saturday, June 2, 2012, 3:06pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Pineapple is a diamond super beneficial for me. I never had trouble with pineapple and it helps my digestion.. makes the skin look nice too..


Perhaps it would be a good replacement for the kiwi I had been eating. Do you SWAMI too (I assume so)?
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Saturday, June 2, 2012, 7:16pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Perhaps it would be a good replacement for the kiwi I had been eating. Do you SWAMI too (I assume so)?


Yes, I've been to see Dr. D as a patient so there's no question that I'm a Warrior.  
I really think he's been too generous with my alloted food. Lol..  I've had to cut out more to
lose.  It's coming off ...slowly..

I like kiwi, but I noticed it was breaking my face out like citrus does.. weird. I have a problem with most tropical fruits. Pineapple is the only one I can tolerate.
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rAw Warrior I'm curious what you look like. A reactive, young, small, warrior.
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Yes, I've been to see Dr. D as a patient so there's no question that I'm a Warrior.  
I really think he's been too generous with my alloted food. Lol....


I could never eat the amounts of some categories recommended by swami even set on the "smallest portions, least frequency" either....there is just way too much    I eat about a third of all the categories except the fruit & veg, I have the recommended 2 fruit and most days all of the 5 cups of veg.

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rAw warrior
Sunday, June 3, 2012, 4:33pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Yes, I've been to see Dr. D as a patient so there's no question that I'm a Warrior.  
I really think he's been too generous with my alloted food. Lol..  I've had to cut out more to
lose.  It's coming off ...slowly..

I like kiwi, but I noticed it was breaking my face out like citrus does.. weird. I have a problem with most tropical fruits. Pineapple is the only one I can tolerate.


Oh that's cool I had considered paying him a visit myself but figured I'd try out SWAMI and possibly the supplements first.  I'm feeling pretty optimistic about those things.

Slowly but surely

Sometimes when I would eat kiwis I guess I would have an allergic reaction to it too (though very subtle)because my lips would sometimes get sores from it but it was only sometimes that it would happen so wasn't frequent or severe enough for me to stop eating it until I saw it was on avoid/toxic list for me.  So I thought it was better to be safe than sorry.  When I first starting eating them it felt like they helped me in some way but they stopped "working" after a week.

Only problem I have with pineapple (and this may not be an issue any more) is the  time I ate it (which was a while ago), it's almost like it temporarily stripped the enamel off my teeth or something because whenever I would brush my teeth after that they were super sensitive for about a week until they went back to normal.  So I decided to avoid it from that point on but I have not tried it in a while so maybe it wold be okay now.  In the past, that had not been an issue so I found it strange.

I had a quick question about SWAMI (since you use it) - I saw on the video that there's places to enter in your Lewis Blood Group and your MN Blood group.  Does the kit it comes with give you the ability to figure those things out?  If not, how would I got about finding out that info? Just wondering! Thanks
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rAw warrior
Sunday, June 3, 2012, 4:35pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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rAw Warrior I'm curious what you look like. A reactive, young, small, warrior.


I look pretty normal, just young for my age. I look like a teen even though I'm in my 20s or so I've been told.  Can't say I disagree.  Oh and I have hair and eyes and all that stuff
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rAw warrior
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I also had another question.  Why is there a quiz on here to determine which diet is better for you (BTD or GTD)?  Would the GenoType diet be superior since it's based on more updated information?  Or is one better for losing weight (GTD) and the other better if you're sick or something (BTD)? I know once you do SWAMI it's much more individualized so that stuff doesn't matter so much but I was just curious if one is actually better than the other or better in certain circumstances or not.
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I had a quick question about SWAMI (since you use it) - I saw on the video that there's places to enter in your Lewis Blood Group and your MN Blood group.  Does the kit it comes with give you the ability to figure those things out?  If not, how would I got about finding out that info? Just wondering! Thanks


Hi, No the kit only types you. Lewis is the Secretor status. That's another test you can buy from Dr. D's store to test if you are a secretor or not. It's better to know that info because it fine tunes the selection of your diet foods. MM and MN is hard to find out I actually tried and the doctors don't evnen know what it is! I don't know if they do it at Dr. D's office now, but they didn't do it when I went there. I only got typed. Anyone feel free to add to this.

The difference between the BTD and the GTD is mostly that if you have predisposition to genetic diseases, the GTD will change your genes which will be seen in your children and their children. The BTD keeps the disease genes you have from turning on as you age. Since I came late into the BTD, and I already had my children, Dr. D gave me a diet to maintain my health and prevent disease as I age...like for Warriors, heart disease and stroke. My father was a Warrior, he had high blood pressure, and a stroke, but he ate like a B or O. His type was AB+
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rAw warrior
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Hi, No the kit only types you. Lewis is the Secretor status. That's another test you can buy from Dr. D's store to test if you are a secretor or not. It's better to know that info because it fine tunes the selection of your diet foods. MM and MN is hard to find out I actually tried and the doctors don't evnen know what it is! I don't know if they do it at Dr. D's office now, but they didn't do it when I went there. I only got typed. Anyone feel free to add to this.

The difference between the BTD and the GTD is mostly that if you have predisposition to genetic diseases, the GTD will change your genes which will be seen in your children and their children. The BTD keeps the disease genes you have from turning on as you age. Since I came late into the BTD, and I already had my children, Dr. D gave me a diet to maintain my health and prevent disease as I age...like for Warriors, heart disease and stroke. My father was a Warrior, he had high blood pressure, and a stroke, but he ate like a B or O. His type was AB+


Okay that what's I thought (that the kit only comes with the test for blood type). Ohhh, did not realize Lewis group was same as secretor status! Silly me.  I was planning on determining that before I purchased SWAMI so I'm good to go there.  

That is strange that it's so hard to find out the MN group...I shall look into it more.

Oh okay, I guess I had thought that the GTD did both of those things.

Heart problems run in my family as well (high blood pressure, cholesterol, stroke) but my family has not been eating right either though my mom is trying to get back on track. They are all As and my mom a confirmed Warrior type.

Thank you for answering my questions. I really appreciate it.
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Okay that what's I thought (that the kit only comes with the test for blood type). Ohhh, did not realize Lewis group was same as secretor status! Silly me.  I was planning on determining that before I purchased SWAMI so I'm good to go there.  

You can order the saliva Secretor Test through the D'Adamo store and (unless I'm mistaken), it gives only secretor status and not the Lewis group.



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Mayflowers
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You can order the saliva Secretor Test through the D'Adamo store and (unless I'm mistaken), it gives only secretor status and not the Lewis group.


I get confused about the lewis group. I thought it was the blood version of secretor or non secretor?  
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rAw warrior
Monday, June 4, 2012, 5:49pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Ah, the confusion! lol It's okay, I'll just fill in the secretor status and anything else I can and skip the other stuff I don't know (which should only be three things).  Good enough.  Thanks again, y'all.
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rAw warrior
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I noticed that some people have this sort of thing under their forum name: "Autumn: Harvest, success" and I've been wondering what it means. Didn't feel like it warranted the creation of a thread so, anyone care to enlighten me?  I can't figure it out.
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I noticed that some people have this sort of thing under their forum name: "Autumn: Harvest, success" and I've been wondering what it means. Didn't feel like it warranted the creation of a thread so, anyone care to enlighten me?  I can't figure it out.


Oh, that's nothing to do with the diet.  Dr. D is a 2nd degree black belt in Tai Kwan Do and the belts and the seasons have to do with that..that's how he designed the forum.  

http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b-ref/m-1097503925/s-new/

This link explains it.
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Oh, that's nothing to do with the diet.  Dr. D is a 2nd degree black belt in Tai Kwan Do and the belts and the seasons have to do with that..that's how he designed the forum.  

http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b-ref/m-1097503925/s-new/

This link explains it.


I actually remembered what it meant some time after I made that post...I just forgot that I knew lol.  I'm always doing stuff like that.  Anyway thanks for letting me know!
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Thursday, June 7, 2012, 3:33pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Do any Warriors juice?  I haven't been because it can be expensive but I like it more in the summer than in the winter.
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I juice my grapefruit every morning & add trehalose.  Every now and then, especially if someone in the family is sick and needs a boost or feel like a detox I will get out the champion juicer & we have a few days of juices (we haven't been sick for ages though  
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I used to make juice for the hubby all the time but not for me. I would make smoothies for the both of us for breakfast though. Now I've grown bored of them and started eating oatmeal instead. I love juice but as you said, it can be expensive.
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Does anyone else get stomach aches from canned pumpkin? I've heard of it being common with pumpkin seeds but not so much with canned pumpkin (just the pumpkin, not pumpkin pie filling). I thought I was getting a stomach ache from some lettuce but now I'm thinking it's the pumpkin since my sister got a stomach ache from it as well.  It's weird because I was eating it for two weeks with no problem and now I have a problem with it all of a sudden apparently : / I'm frustrated because I really like it and would like to continue to eat it. I only eat about a cup a day.
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