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Chloe
Sunday, April 3, 2011, 7:33pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Quoted from Kim
I have already ordered the software.  How do I know if I am A1, A2, etc?



Serotyping would give you more information.

http://www.healthy.net/Health/Article/Serotyping_and_Diet_DAdamo_Serotype_Panel/732



"The happiest people don't have the best of everything.....they know how to make the best of everything!"
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Kim
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Thanks!  Anybody have their insurance pay for the test?  
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cajun
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Cleo,
Just wanted to tell you that we have been to Roscommon (lovely 12th century castle ruins) and Sligo, home of the exquisite "Beleeck" china...been there for centuries!
We loved the whole west coast of Ireland...extremely friendly people and gorgeous scenery!
I hope to get to Portugal someday, too! According to my traveling cousin they have great food and vineyards just like France.
You should do a family search...you have some rich cultural ancestry!


 Ao  ISFJ   Taster   Rh+  

"God gave us the gift of life. It is up to us to give ourselves the gift of living well." Voltaire
"Whisper words of wisdom. Let it be." Sir Paul McCartney
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Quoted from Kim
I have already ordered the software.  How do I know if I am A1, A2, etc?


Requires a blood test.

The software will work without the A Subgroup entry, until you find an opportunity to have your A subgroup identified.


MIfHI                            I follow a SWAMI diet.
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Tuesday, April 26, 2011, 10:46pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Cajun, thanks!!! Been so super busy with a new job, that I have been neglecting the boards, so I just saw your comment. Yes, I can't wait to travel to the places my family is from...the number one goal of bustig my hump at work right now. Castle ruins? Maybe I'm related to a Princess Katherine of Roscommon lol! My real name btw is Katherine...Cleo is my cat, been thinking of changing that as everyone calls me Cleo (luckily I love my cat, so....). Trying to get back on track, as I've fallen off the wagon a bit with food, exercise, etc. Staring at me is my elliptical machine, saying come hither. And I'm feeling awfully guilty right about now! idk why I still gain weight at one-million times the rate I lose it. Seriously. Ask my Mom. lol
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Quoted from Kim
Do any of you make your own ghee or do you just buy it?  Any one want to suggest a brand to buy?


I make my own; it's super easy, and way less expensive. I've never bought it.


Let go of resistance; feel appreciation for what is, and eagerness for what is coming.
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cajun
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Hi Cleo!
Irish royalty...I like that!
Keep trying on your teacher diet!
Don't give up! You can do it!
Look at the great fruits and veggies and nuts to snack on.
Drink lots of green tea and get back to your exercise with baby steps.
I am all into rewarding myself with tea and a compliant peanut butter cookie after I have done a gym work out or yoga or danced around for 20 minutes. It helps.


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Well, baby steps it is. Worked out 3 days this week, and will later....hopefully/. It does kind of get easier, but sometimes I cant help but red meat, ice cream. gah!
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Dr. D is not only a teacher through his books, but a GTD Teacher also, correct?  


Dr. D books are categorized in Dewey Decimal 613 - Promotion of Health. I currently live in Columbus, Ohio telephone area code 614 - Prevention of Disease! 

IFHI Fellow 2011
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Chloe
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Quoted from mzunforgettable
Dr. D is not only a teacher through his books, but a GTD Teacher also, correct?  


Dr. D is a GTD Warrior.



"The happiest people don't have the best of everything.....they know how to make the best of everything!"
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check out his avatar......it s all there, even his BT shield


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Quoted from mzunforgettable
Dr. D is not only a teacher through his books, but a GTD Teacher also, correct?  


Thank you!  How do I find his profile?  


Dr. D books are categorized in Dewey Decimal 613 - Promotion of Health. I currently live in Columbus, Ohio telephone area code 614 - Prevention of Disease! 

IFHI Fellow 2011
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find a post by him.....go to the forum main page and click on his name


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
DNA mt/Haplo H; Y-chrom/J2(M172);ISTJ
The harder you are on yourself, the easier life will be on you!
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libralion
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Hi everybody,
I was wondering if I eat all the right things. I have a bit of sore muscles once in a while, so I am careful with the sour things.
This is what I eat every week. Can you tell me if I get all what I need?

Breakfast
6 figs, 2 almonds and 1 walnut.

Around 9.30 hr
1 sandwich(homemade speltbread) with peanut butter

Around noon
4 times a week a bowl with porridge from 2 mugs of homemade soymilk(together 0,50 ltr)with oatmeal and 1 tablespoon of honey. The other 3 days I eat a sandwich(homemade speltbread) with compliant cheese.

Around 2-3 pm
Fruit. That can be anything from pineapple, melon, apple, strawberry, kiwi, nectarine, pear.

Around 5 pm
Twice a week I eat all sorts of vegetables with wild rice or kamut.
Twice a week I eat avocado with bread.
Once a week I eat a compliant salad with spelt fusilli and tuna.
Once a week I eat pizza with some sort of salad.
Once a week I eat aduki beans with wild rice or kamut.

Besides the tuna I eat fish 3 times a week, salmon and tilapia, baked.
On the other days I eat 2 boiled eggs.

Around 7 pm
I eat 4 times a week a little bowl of joghurt with spelt krunchy(has raw sugar in it, but I love it!)
And fruit from pineapple, melon, apple, strawberry, kiwi, nectarine, pear. I eat at least 3 parts of fruit every day.

For drinks, at the moment it is only water. Sometimes I drink almond drink, which is delicious. I also used to drink half a liter of green tea with lemon, but since I found out it has cafeine in it, I stopped drinking that, since I have a nerv problem at the moment. That is also why I stopped drinking coffee without cafeine, because that also has a little bit of cafeine in it. It is too bad, since I loved drinking that.

So what do you all think? Is this a balanced diet?
For instance I rather would skip the soymilk porridge and eat joghurt instead every day, but for a teacher that is difficult.

Johanna



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My first impression is you need more vegetables.....can you add some to each of your meals and snacks?





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Quoted from upnorth6
My first impression is you need more vegetables.....can you add some to each of your meals and snacks?


Yes well vegetables is difficult. I eat them once a day and I try to eat at least 150 gram. I don't really like vegetables. Salad and avocado I love. I could eat more of those, but I don't know if that is what you mean.

Johanna


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It is better to eat a mix of all of your allowed foods in each category to vary the nutrition profile a bit, but getting any vegetable is better than getting none...        


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It is better to eat a mix of all of your allowed foods in each category to vary the nutrition profile a bit, but getting any vegetable is better than getting none...        

Libralion,
I find it interesting that under you name, you indicate Teacher, but in the text of the post you talk about a Warrior...  


Yes you are right. I will try and eat some more avocado's and other vegetables.
As for the Warrior word, sorry for that. I corrected that. When I started with the gentyp diet my measures indicate that I was a Warrior. But last summer I did the measuring again and then it turned out to be that I am a teacher.
That is very symbolic for me and so right.

Johanna


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Just in case you haven't come across it, I started a Type-A Teacher poll to help see the differences between Secretors and Non-secretors.  So far, the results seem predicable...non-secretors have higher disposition to infection and bacterial overgrowth.

Secretor Poll:
http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?m-1306989353

Non-secretor Poll:
http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?m-1306989404/

I am curious to see the results if more people vote.  Does anyone have any thoughts on the subject?


Success is 2% inspiration and 98% perspiration.
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wow! long thread, i haven't read it so my q's may be asked already!!
any teachers have Parmesan cheese on the OK to eat on SWAMI?


"BTD is not about losing weight, its about giving the body what it needs and what it needs only. Thus being a healthy beast"   
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Parmesan cheese is a Diamond food for me  
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Parmesan is a neutral for me. Yum!


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Quoted from FitnessAddict
wow! long thread, i haven't read it so my q's may be asked already!!
any teachers have Parmesan cheese on the OK to eat on SWAMI?


Parmesan is a diamond on my SWAMI..


"The happiest people don't have the best of everything.....they know how to make the best of everything!"
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Quoted from Chloe


Parmesan is a diamond on my SWAMI..


me too.


“Tomorrow is the most important thing in life. Comes into us at midnight very clean. It’s perfect when it arrives and it puts itself in our hands. It hopes we’ve learned something from yesterday.”

John Wayne's last words
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Parmesan is diamond for me too.
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