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bpositivegirl
Wednesday, May 30, 2012, 2:08am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I read the Genotype Diet book, I took the secretor test. Here are my stats...

B+
Nonsecretor
5'4 (63 1/2 inches tall)
30-33 inch torso
28inch leg
13 inch lower leg
13-14 inch upper leg
Ring finger longer both hands

TORSO LONGER
UPPER EQUAL TO LOWER or UPPER LONGER
RING FINGER LONGER

NOMAD strength test=18
EXPLORER strength test=16

Fingerprints
Right thumb=Whorl
Right Index=Ulnar Loop
Right Middle=Ulnar Loop
Right Ring=Radial Loop
Right Pinkie=Ulnar Loop

Left thumb=Ulnar Loop
Left Index=Ulnar Loop
Left Middle=Ulnar Loop
Left Ring=Whorl
Left Pinkie=Ulnar Loop

38 hips
30 waist
0.79 average
9 1/2/ 12 1/2 x 100=76.0 mesocephalic head

Supertaster
Mesoectomorph
Incisor shoveling
No Carabelli's cusp
Andric leg openings
Middle and thumb can overlap


Basic Calculator=
Hunter, Teacher, Explorer, Nomad

Intermediate Calculator=
Explorer or Nomad

Advanced Calculator=
If my Upper leg is longer then I am definitely a Nomad...if my lower leg is longer then I am either Nomad or Explorer but women are likely Explorer here so I am a woman. But men get Nomad for longer lower legs.

Does anyone know?
I can't decide if my legs are equal or upper is longer than lower. Also my husband got Explorer but it said mostly women get that but he strength tested between his deciding two which were Hunter and Explorer and got 14 for Hunter and 30 for Explorer. My strength test did not confirm which one but was in the middle with an 18 for Nomad and a 16 for Explorer. So I need help...Some kind of tie breaker. I do have fatigue issues...so I thought Nomad for sure but now I am not sure.
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Wednesday, May 30, 2012, 2:19am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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explorer~FM~lactose, soy, grain free
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Do you fit either description better?  When I first read the book I knew right away that I am an Explorer so I was shocked when I typed as a Teacher.  Later I got swami and discovered for sure what I already knew - that I'm an Explorer - but anyway, consider if you "fit" Explorer better than Nomad or vice versa.


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Seraffa
Wednesday, May 30, 2012, 5:15am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Get a SWAMI and you will be happy. I have elements of Teacher, Warrior and Explorer but so far test the most for Explorer in my diet. If you are Explorer you will have bits and pieces of other type(s) on your body anyway that could be quite subtle but affect your diet and can put you on a new customized path that you will enjoy.


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Oh and don't forget to figure in your Meyers-Briggs personality type!


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Quoted from 17279

Does anyone know?
I can't decide if my legs are equal or upper is longer than lower. Also my husband got Explorer but it said mostly women get that but he strength tested between his deciding two which were Hunter and Explorer and got 14 for Hunter and 30 for Explorer. My strength test did not confirm which one but was in the middle with an 18 for Nomad and a 16 for Explorer. So I need help...Some kind of tie breaker. I do have fatigue issues...so I thought Nomad for sure but now I am not sure.


You might ask yourself if you are prone to viruses that linger for a long time. (Nomad)
My B- friend has had Menier's disesase for many years.
If not that, then at least you can guess your bone marrow is affecting you esp. if you have been or are anemic. (Explorer)
There's many reasons for fatigue; women's tabloids don't explain them as succintly as this diet will.


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INFJ/ Sun Pisc. Moon Capric. ASC Virgo
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Lloyd
Wednesday, May 30, 2012, 11:33am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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It looks like you are not sure on the leg measurment.

Check the method here: http://www.4yourtype.com/swamixp_video.asp
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hey welcome *overlapping genotyping explomad* ... what's about your performance in comeing along with allopathic  medications This is our true handicap that mostly painkillers kills us dearly and neatly   ... some ??9 reactions onto div. foods... one day ok another day yikes what's that...rashes sometiems and non-expected reations might occure.... and yesss to give more infos into swami's
questionary might be a good idea as the MBTI-test is....


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Paula 0+
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Your index fingers have same pattern, usually explorers have an ulnar and a radial on the other finger.
Also are you left handed?  Those are biggies for explorers.
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