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SWAMI O+ Gatherer, Healing from Fibromyalgia
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I suggest you keep on eating the O nonnie foods, but emphasize any Gatherer beneficials that are neutral or better on BTD. If you feel good eating chicken, then it's probably OK for you personally. Since apricots are an avoid for O nonnies, I wouldn't suggest adding them. Peaches would be a better choice.


Ruth, Single Mother to 20 yo  O- Leah , 19 yo O- Hannah, and  13 yo B+ Jack


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GT 1 (Hunter)
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I do not consume any dairy or wheat!!! @ ALL!
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Gatherer!
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My daughter and I did the GTD measurements together (even though she is only 13).  While we are, basically, structured the same, our difference became very apparent pretty quickly.  She is a Hunter, for sure, and I am a Gatherer, for sure.  Our differences:

She - Hunter:  extremely symmetrical.  Not only is everything on her face symmetrical, but her fingerprints match - EXACTLY - from one hand to the other.

Me - Gatherer:  I am extremely unsymmetrical.  Not one of my fingerprints matched any other on either hand.  My face, if a line is drawn down the middle, looks like two different faces.

Click on this link and go to pictures 5-7 to see the example of her symmetry:
https://picasaweb.google.com/EquiPro2008/DorothyGTDMeasurements?authkey=Gv1sRgCNCBz8aByIrWrwE#

She - HUNTER: She is clearly ectomorphic.  While our bodies are laid out very similarly (long legs, short waist, shorter neck, etc.), her bones, while very long, are petite.  Her fingers are really, really long, for instance, but very tiny...she wears an incredibly small ring size.  There is little or no mesomorph in her.

Me - GATHERER:  I am clearly mesomorphic with a lot of endomorph in me.  I am an amazon who carries a lot of bone and muscle mass, but I also have a soft layer on top of my muscle-y body.  There is no ectomorph in me at all.

These were the things that really helped me determine the differences between us.  The rest of the factors just enforced what we were already able to see.


FRESH START TODAY!!!
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