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Saskia
Monday, September 24, 2012, 5:16pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Hello  , it seems that I am a Teacher, and for Teachers Miso is a big Avoid, but Natto is recommended - whereas for a Group A person Miso was recommended.  Can anyone tell me (or refer me to the information about) a) what it is about Miso that has disqualified it; and b) why Natto is ok?  I hope my question is clear enough...
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Perhaps it is the culture agent?


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Many things changed in value between A diets and Teacher diets.

In GenoType many more factors are considered in rating foods than in the blood type diet. So foods will often rate differently.

I do not know the specifics for Miso and teachers.

For this teacher, Miso was a Neutral when evaluated on SWAMI (Like most products containing soybeans).


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my recommendation
get a swami, let it determine the rating according to YOU, and not the general food list in the book for all teachers


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Thank you, AK,C_sharp and Lola.  (I did get a Swami, but I am still gathering the info to input. Tbc...)
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