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I've observed, though, that there are some people who measure out to be one genotype, but strength-test stronger for another one; or who have similar strength tests for two genotypes. (I'm only talking about two genotypes that are possible for their blood types. ) Those individuals tend to do much better on SWAMI than on the printed food lists in the book. Some people just don't fit well into one genotype, and they'll benefit even more from SWAMI than will somebody who does well on one of the genotype diets from the book. If you fall into that category, but can't afford a SWAMI right now, you may do better on BTD


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