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ABJoe
Saturday, September 6, 2014, 4:58pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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One quick question:
what's the difference between
a) "Salmon Pacific" - allowed
b) and "Salmon wild" - not allowed

How should I know which one is OK in the store?


Where are you getting these ratings?
I looked in both The Genotype Diet book and on my SWAMI Xpress lists and do not see this verbage on either...

In the book, I see (in the Warrior list):
Salmon, Atlantic, farmed
Salmon, Atlantic, wild
Salmon, Alaskan
Salmon sockeye

In the U.S., Salmon is labelled per location or type of salmon, so it is relatively easy to know whether it is from the Atlantic or other...  I don't know about labelling in your country...


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PAVANC, I wanted to specifically thank you for the almond pulp cracker link...I love easy recipes. And I'm a visual learner, so that YouTube video was exactly what I needed.


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Hi,

I am so happy I found this Warrior Support Thread!

I am really desperate, just started my Genotype Diet and ordered Swami and bought the Live Right For Your Type Book.

I used to eat high protein and did cleansing ( which helped me to lose good weight after being obese since childhood ).
The only thing that I have problems with was my digestive system ( constipation since I am born ) and it got worse when I started eating high protein.

As a GT Warrior I read that a diet of grains and soy are very beneficial. Prior to my weight loss I was 190 pounds ( I have a condition called Lipedema or "Painful Fat Disease" which is caused by hormones, but not discovered why and how it causes it and had sore throats for 4 1/2 years long ).
The sore throats rapidly stopped when I started cleansing and I lost some weight, at the same time not knowing that I ate almost gluten free.

When I introduced gluten back to my diet I gained weight, and I am itchy all over my body every day, I get sore throats when I eat gluten, I do have fatigue and think that I must be gluten intolerant.
I tried soy two weeks ago knowing it is beneficial for Warriors and not thinking that I have hormone problems. I had the worst PMS symptoms in years and ate like a maniac/ gained weight on my hips and legs and they started hurting really bad.

I am so frustrated that I can't eat the food that is supposed to be GOOD for me.
I love meat and can't eat it anymore, no gluten, no soy.

I don't know what to do or how to eat. I work out 5 times a week and try so hard to stay in shape and be healthy. Because I worked out too much I hurt my leg and can't do anything right now which makes me even more nervous.

Please help me!


Listen to yourself, your body tells you what you need. Until you know what you need, great advices wont hurt! 
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Averno
Friday, October 17, 2014, 7:03pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Hi Susa03, welcome!

Are you type A or AB?

Here's the place to set your info. Helps us give better advice.

http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b-ref/m-1219018887/
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Hi Averno, I am A+

Just edit my profile.


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Sun
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Hi Susa03,

I feel for you. I have issues with soy & gluten...even too much healthy fat (salmon, avocado) will cause 'arrested bowels' for me. I also limit my carbs to keep my blood glucose at a reasonable level. What to eat?!

Only thing that stands out for me as my perfect food: brown rice & pinto beans. I have it for breakfast every morning (add pumpkin seeds, cilantro, fermented veggies). Eggs are a big staple too.

Other than that, I struggle...
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Hi Sun,

it makes it so hard to eat the way you are supposed to eat as a Warrior.

What do you eat for lunch and dinner? Do you eat snacks and what?

I just cooked a pea soup and salmon sockeye with brown rice and broccoli for the week. I also got gluten free oats, hemp milk ( tastes not really good...lol ) and some dried figs to put in.
I feel like I will gain weight eating like that. Before I had a nutritional shake for breakfast, self made egg cakes with veggies for snack, chicken with sweet potato and roasted veggies for lunch like asparagus ( which is now a toxin ), roasted broccoli for a snack and a shake for dinner. The shake is whey protein and I just ordered the vegan berry shake with hemp and pea protein instead of the whey protein.
I feel I am eating way to much carbs now. Unfortunately I am typically Warrior with extreme appetite....LOVE to eat.

What kind of fermented foods do you eat?


Listen to yourself, your body tells you what you need. Until you know what you need, great advices wont hurt! 
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Susa03...I am so uncreative when it comes to food, and boring. Almost the same thing everyday even when I know it would be so much better for me to change it up. You're actually helping me!

I ferment the veggies that are diamonds for me & not crazy about. Just Real Salt & Spring water...after a few days they are wonderfully pickled (I live in Florida so easy to keep at 74 degrees F):
green beans
okra
onions
leeks

I know you must be so frustrated but remember your body will heal...you are still so young so keep with it! I have strayed to so many diets & always come back to BTD...
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Quoted from Susa03
...just started my Genotype Diet and ordered Swami and bought the Live Right For Your Type Book.

As a GT Warrior I read that a diet of grains and soy are very beneficial.

When I introduced gluten back to my diet I gained weight, and I am itchy all over my body every day, I get sore throats when I eat gluten, I do have fatigue and think that I must be gluten intolerant.
I tried soy two weeks ago knowing it is beneficial for Warriors and not thinking that I have hormone problems. I had the worst PMS symptoms in years and ate like a maniac/ gained weight on my hips and legs and they started hurting really bad.

I am so frustrated that I can't eat the food that is supposed to be GOOD for me.
I love meat and can't eat it anymore, no gluten, no soy.

I don't know what to do or how to eat.


Susa03, be sure and let Swami determine your Genotype for you. You may actually be an Explorer. In any event, Swami will give you a far more precise food list to help with your conditions.

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Hi Averno,

my SWAMI said to put in my Genotype at a field which I think I had to fill out and my Genotype book said Warrior. How can I figure out just by my SWAMI what I am?


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I just figured it out. You were right, SWAMI said I am an Explorer. No wonder why I thought I fall of the table every day eating like a Warrior. Thanks!!! That helped a lot! I can eat chicken now, Woot woot!!!


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great you let swami compute your genotype

much more precise than the advanced calculator in the book


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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Welcome to Explorerdom, Susa03  

About that chicken...  try to find organic, reliably free-range.  

Also,  it's really important to watch for hidden avoids. The hemp milk you mentioned is probably full of gums and such. They really do a number on gut health. (Most processed food, even the so-called "healthy stuff" is laden with avoids). How did your fingerprints turn out? White lines and hard to read? PolyfloraA is a great way to get yourself re-balanced. Maybe have a look at the intestinal health protocol.

http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/18.html
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Flaxseed bread:

1 1/2 cups flax seed meal
1/2 cup barley flour
2 eggs
2 tablespoon molasses
2 tablespoon carob powder
1 cup of water

Mix flax meal + barley flour
blend all liquid ingredients with carob
Mix all ingredients

bake for 25 minutes
gives 12 medium cookies

Very nice when served with cottage cheese or peanut butter
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Bojovnice
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Hello all,

I just finished reading "The Genotype Diet" book, and I am about to shop according to the Warrior food list.  I am aware that there is a newer book called "Change Your Genetic Destiny", and I am wondering whether there are any significant differences/additions to the Warrior food list between the first and the second book.

Also, it is mentioned that the food lists are being constantly updated as Dr. D'Adamo continues his research.  Is there a good source of the updated Warrior food list anywhere on the Internet?

Many thanks in advance.

Bojovnice

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nothing has changed
unless you ran  swami
that would be your personalized nutrigenomic listing


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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Bojovnice
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Thank you, Lola!

I don't have money for SWAMI right now (went back to school), but I am hoping to get it in the future.  

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