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Vkoslin
Wednesday, October 24, 2012, 2:02pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I believe I always click allow to choose genotype. It went down to 41%, a 1% change, but still very much Warrior


SWAMI Warrior , Real-Life teacher, newly vegetarian.
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Andrea AWsec
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But what scares me is...middle age/menopause. If I'm struggling this bad now, where the heck will I be at 50?!?!


By 50 you will feel better and know so much more about yourself.


My only thoughts are to save your pennies and make a visit to Dr D. at the University of Bridgeport-- and you will get help with your issues


MIFHI

"Do not try to satisfy your vanity by teaching a great many things. Awaken people's curiosity. It is enough to open minds; do not overload them." Anatole France

"Healthy people have the least overt symptoms from eating avoid foods." Dr. D'Adamo
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Sun
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Hi Vkoslin,

I am a Warrior nonnie & have followed my Swami for almost a year now. My fingerprints no longer show the white lines I had when I started (probably due to no wheat, yay!).

I dropped 10 lbs I didn't know I could ever lose! Could be due to the following:

1. I stopped eating my grains/carbs with any animal products (i.e. brown rice with pinto beans for breakfast & poached egg with spinach salad for lunch & fish with vegetables for dinner). I stick with brown rice (no wheat or corn) and eat rice cakes for snack.  
2. The only dairy I eat is cottage cheese (a diamond for me)- usually as dessert with a little dark chocolate & red wine (diamonds) or as a snack with tomatoes (remember I'm a nonnie).
3. I have also been taking trehalose supplement with grapefruit juice. Others have reported weight loss but that's not the main reason for taking it...

I just received my yoga teacher training certification- I'm a die-hard Bikram practicer but have discovered the wonderful benefits of inversions that other types of yoga offer. 'Legs up the wall' and 'shoulderstand' are fantastic poses you can do at home that flush your endocrine system. This does tremendous things to my mood, metabolism and vitality.

Hope that helps.
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Vkoslin
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Thank you Sun!!!!


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CoachAng
Monday, January 21, 2013, 12:59pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Hello!

I know this is an old thread, but I have been researching the Genotype diet/SWAMI.  I am very new to this entire BTD way of life.  I apologize if my question is already answered somewhere else.  

By doing SWAMI, will this tell me if I am a 'nonnie' as I see mentioned in this thread or do I have to do a separate saliva/blood test to determine that?  Using body measurements, finger-length (ring vs index) etc,  I would be classified as a Warrior.  I am lost and want to eat the best I can for my body.  

I am experiencing immese health issues that no doctor can pinpoint/correct.  Looking for guidance!

Thank you SO MUCH!!
Angie
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Mayflowers
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Quoted from CoachAng

By doing SWAMI, will this tell me if I am a 'nonnie' as I see mentioned in this thread or do I have to do a separate saliva/blood test to determine that?  Using body measurements, finger-length (ring vs index) etc,  I would be classified as a Warrior.  I am lost and want to eat the best I can for my body.  


Hi welcome.    You'd take the secretor test first, then you can find out if the blood type diet or the genotype diet is better for you. You can start with the regular blood type diet in the mean time. Click below.
http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=TE006
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ABJoe
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Quoted from CoachAng
By doing SWAMI, will this tell me if I am a 'nonnie' as I see mentioned in this thread or do I have to do a separate saliva/blood test to determine that?  Using body measurements, finger-length (ring vs index) etc,  I would be classified as a Warrior.  I am lost and want to eat the best I can for my body.

SWAMI will not tell you whether you are a Secretor or Non, but it will allow you to run the analysis with that setting set both ways to see how much different the diet is for you.  This would show you the significance the Secretor test would have on your diet, allowing you to have more knowledge about setting the priority of obtaining the Secretor test...

I would get SWAMI first, as I think it provides much more personalized information than Secretor test for about the same money...


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CoachAng
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Thank you both so much!  This helps answer the question I had.  I was not sure where to invest my money to start.  I want the most 'bang for the buck' persay and do what is best from the start.  

Thanks again!!
Angie
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