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Lola
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the right butyric acid present in certain types of cheese will help....
once your gut is healing, you could slowly add those types of cheese in your diamond and SF category, and see how you do.


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My skin is sensitive when the weather is cold to nichel and gluten in a bad way, and gluten in toiletries is an avoid for me. Melissa Jones reported the same, i remember.


Thanks Maria.
What is nichel? and gluten in toiletries?  and who is Melissa Jones?  Still lots to learn.
But loving it.

And Lola, You always help me.


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Would someone that has IBS have those lines?


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Nichel is a metal used in bijoux, and worse for me in detergents as foam bath, shampooing, may be creams, , gluten is the tecnical name and you find it in the ingredients of the same toiletries as wheat protein, poor us.
Hope it helps


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I have some good news about my left thumb. A couple of smaller white lines have disappeared. Its been five months since i started the GTD.


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that s wonderful!

I also find mine more legible......ridges are restoring


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Hello all BTD's,
It's been quite awhile since I posted on this forum, I have been working on my new holistic health blog that I just created back in Nov. If any of you would like to check it out; the address is as follows: http://holisticwarriors.blogspot.com. I have a few good articles on there that I created myself. You can leave a comment to let me know what you think.
Anyhoo, Since we are on the subject of celiac disorder(I like to use the term disorder instead of disease cause it is a disorder of the intestinal system.) I was wondering if any of you that have this problem experience chronic nausea and chills with this? I have the wheat/gluten intolerance myself and get the nausea and chills most of the time, I do keep the traditional medicinals orgainic ginger tea on hand to drink whenever I feel like this, casuse it does help. I know that ginger is real good for nausea. Any other natural  remedies that one has for nausea just let me know,  I also would like to know if this nausea/chills goes along with celiac disorder?
Any information that one can give me regarding this issue that I get frequently would be helpful. I do take supplements that are reccommended for celiac conditions.
Thanks,
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Thanks for the photos Lloyd!

When I took my fingerprints for the Genotype test the prints had lines on them, sort of like Tic-Tac-Toe. That struck me as being a little weird and at first I thought I was dehydrated or just getting pruny fingers from being older (I'm in my thirties...hardly old).
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Hello BTD's,
I have another question for anyone who would like to answer, since doing fingerprints is a good likelihood of  discovering if whether or not one has the celiac disorder, I was wondering if I do my own fingerprints, would it be possible that I could send my fingerprints to the D'Adamo clinic for an analysis, and would there be someone there that could do the analysis and send me the results back?  I am not sure how to read my own fingerprints, and would feel more comfortable if a professional could do it and that way I could tell if I truly in fact have a celiac disorder. I feel pretty sure that I do, cause I have most of the symptoms and get a bad reaction when I consume wheat or gluten, and type A's have a sensitive digestive system anyway. I would rather do a fingerprint or stool test, cause regular western MD's , I feel don't have that much expereince with it and don't know how to handle the issue very well, they go about it with the wrong approach at times, where ND's know how to handle the issue with diet and supplements, they treat you as a whole person and take that approach with illnesses, they have much more experience with this, homepaths and DOM's take this approach as well.  
Any help you can offer would be great.
Thanks and take care,
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call NAP directly with your request


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I need some help here. I have white lines on most of my fingerprints. I took a gut Permiability tst which shows I have Leaky Gut. I ran my SwamiXpress again with white lines and digestion problems. Spelt Bread, Sprouted Wheat, Some Dairy come up as Diamonds. Does that mean It'll help me heal my gut? Isnt Dairy and Gluten bad if one has whitelines?

Someone help please.


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if on your list, fine...make sure you DO avoid all other gluten containing grains which are on your avoid list

it is the WGA that s at stake here, not the gluten per se, unless you were declared gluten intolerant or a celiac sufferer

dairy has substantial butyrate content to help heal your gut, the reason why Dr D computed it into your report.......


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So are you saying that its better to include the Beneficial Dairy and Gluten foods into my diet?

btw the link doesnt work.


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Works for me   Try pasting it into your browser
& imo yes there is great benefit in adding beneficial dairy to heal the gut.. Ghee for example is very healing
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Or, you can try and avoid dairy and gluten all together, regardless of what swami says.  From what I understand, gluten and dairy can sometimes not be good if you have leaky gut.  My Doctor has recommended my Daughter, B blood type) to avoid both for a while, to let her gut heal.  And I have been of dairy for a while.  I just seem to do better without it.  It has been stopping me up.  


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It's a personal choice.  I would not eat any gluten with a lot of white lines and leaky gut.  Actually, I haven't eaten gluten in a few years -- one of the best decisions I ever made for my health -- even if the gluten containing grains might be allowed on my food list.



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I have white lines thru my fingerprints as well and had constipation issues all my life. I have been avoiding all gluten for the past 3 months except sprouted wheat bread, which does not seem to bother me. Regarding the dairy SWAMI does give me beneficial cheeses and yogurt but I'm starting to suspect yogurt (eating greek yogurt, would that make a difference?) making me constipated judging by my food log. The funny thing is that occasionally cheating with a Latte or an Ice Cream does not constipate me   I would think an avoid would make me feel worse then a beneficial But all in all I decided to stay clear from dairy but I gotta say those yummy Lattes are occasionally my downfall!
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Reading this threat in the morning peaked my curiosity and I finger printed myself again just to see where I stand after 3 months on this diet. WOW, my lines have been reduced to an occasional dot!
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Wow.  I'm impressed.

Yeah, dairy can mess with you.  It's just that simple.  Not everyone.  But some of us. Regardless of what swami says.  It's a computer program, it's not a strand of DNA in your body.  It just gets closer than most other diets.  But you sometimes still have to tweak to your needs.


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Wow.  I'm impressed.

Yeah, dairy can mess with you.  It's just that simple.  Not everyone.  But some of us. Regardless of what swami says.  It's a computer program, it's not a strand of DNA in your body.  It just gets closer than most other diets.  But you sometimes still have to tweak to your needs.


JJR -

My ND said the same thing - that a one-size fits all computer program is not always the best when dealing with a specific condition.

My white lines are so bad that I was almost refused service when I went to get fingerprinted for California State to start teaching. My ND stared at one fingerprint for five minutes and could not read it properly. Thank God I have all arches, except for the thumbs (ulnar loops.) The white lines are AWFUL.

Melissa


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one-size fits all computer program is not always the best

swami express is not a medical device unless run by a practitioner who can tweak every button.....

no way can you call swami express a one size fit all computer program

for it designs personalized nutrigenomic reports

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Problem is, the more specific you get, the more it becomes a 'medical device'.


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swami express is not a medical device unless run by a practitioner who can tweak every button.....

no way can you call swami express a one size fit all computer program

for it designs personalized nutrigenomic reports



I agree with you Lola...I do. That's what my ND said when I told him I was going to follow SWAMI instead of his protocol.  


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Are the white lines vertical - from knuckle to finger tip - or horizontal - across the fingertip? I have lots of vertical lines, but no horizontal...
Thanks


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