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Drea
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swami was designed by Dr D to give practitioners  a chance to print out, detailed and personalized diets tailored to their patients needs.

for those assisting the conference, we got a free one time go at the swami program, entering all of our data, and a personalized code number, given to those who purchased the measurement and fingerprint pack available to us there.

access to swami has a monthly fee of 250 us,
or a single use 10 pack of 199.50.......


thanks for the info!


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Mike was mentioning to us, how certain food values changed according to his swami results....he will have to re run it, to be on the safe side, that is all.


Ohh you mean Kiwi "fruit" were his new friends! Sorry I thought he meant Kiwi "people"!

New Zealanders are also known as Kiwi's, named after our national bird. (the Kiwi)

That is where Kiwifruit got it's name from.  Cheers John.


 
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lucky i only bought one kiwi...new swami results are more inline....my intuition was saying the old results were not right


RHN MIfHI

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how often can you run your program?
I thought it was a one time only possibility.

I will run mine as soon as I can get as many test results as possible.
and a few measurements I haven t done yet.


Mike, can you post your new results pls?
using the detox bias and your data.........what does the swami program advise?


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I have run the software with an anti-aging bias. Some of the results are surprising. here's a summary of major changes as per the "Aging" book and typebase in general:

- Rabbit, chicken, duck, turkey and goose are super beneficial

- Anchovy, bluesfish, lobster, sardine, all trouts super bene
clam, sole, gray sole, mackerel, salmon, tuna bene

- dairy infrequent neutrals in Aging book are now neutrals

- Soy and chick pea super bene

- sesame and tahini are back and super bene almonds super bene too

- rye flour and 100% rye bread is super bene, big surprise for this O!

- My green/greek olives are back! Super bene , asparagus and pea super bene too

- Apricots(!), peaches, pears, watermelon super bene, apple, cranberry, grape, grapefruit, lemon, lime, quince, raspberry and strawberries bene!

- And , there goes my peppercorns

- surprise surprise; red wine super bene..

So far so good, huh? But, what follows is so big a surprise that it makes me think if there is another bug in the software. I hope Peter has a glance:

Neutral beverages: Beer (with a warning: high gluten or prolamine food), coffee (harmful lectin for O), distilled liquor, commercial diet soda , black tea, white wine..

Dear Doc, tell me if these are correct, preferably before I indulge in heavy boozing

Cheers,
Yaman


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commercial diet soda's ( that means diet coke, diet pepsi etc. right?)  My understanding is that the nutrasweet and aspartame causes damage to the brain (that causes short term memory lost (since I quit drinking, my memory has increased amazingly) and also read that it (soda) turns to menthol alcohol and than to embalming fluid and affects the liver.  Is this all a lie?  Or are we taking our chances drinking it?  Dr. D are you just saying it doesn't affect the lectins so is neutral? any responses would be appreciated.  Is this only true if trying to stay young?lol
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I'll have to take a look. The Detox switch fix may have to be made to the Anti-aging switch as well


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Thanks Peter!

And I promise to stay away from bars until I hear from you

Cheers,
Yaman


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Thank You Dr. D- will wait for a response!
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I had the same type of situation for beverages.  I know that Beer, Coffee, Liquor, Commercial Soda, etc. are avoids.  What it looks like is that since there are no neutrals in the list that the avoids get placed under the "Neutral" heading instead of the "Avoid."  On my paper copy there's nothing to indicate that these avoids are just shifted over, but looking at it on screen I can see that there different shades of gray for bennies, neutrals and avoids.  In this case the avoids are under the "Neutral" heading, but they still have the darkest gray background, the background of all other avoids listed.  
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Though I didn't notice that colour difference, that was my guess too.

However I'd like to be sure for red wine is listed as super beneficial. Could it be that all the neutrals/avoids were shifted or was it only the avoids, that I would like to know.

Also there is the water with lemon issue. If it were a slip of the avoids, then why could that water with lemon be an avoid when lemon is beneficial

It looks like a total mix-up there, very likely a bug, as:

- commercial beer and white wine give me a terrible headache
- black tea and coffee spike my BP
- diet or not, all sodas give me stomach unrest
- I cannot tolerate any liquor other than grape based (ouzo etc), or tequila, now and then in small quantities..

cheers,
Yaman


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Hi Yaman,

Chris is right. The Neutral 'place holder' just collapsed the column so that the avoids almost seemed to be under the neutral. I fixed it.

The lemon and water thing was just a glitch in the data file.

Rerun it and everything will be ok
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Thanks Peter


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Report your suggested food list once you are done, Yamancim!
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ahem,, I think the Vegatester might be enough for me .....added with BTD & other BIT programs, what do I need more .....and then it is to handle for me, crack as I am to the pc work .....and...I just love to use my own head to look up and   getting  solved something into a positive attitude and  I just love simple resolution ........
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and you don t get bugs, either!  


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Well, you don't get this amount of detail without a glitch or two.


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...you've to come for a check.... dearle....you'll gona be
yes here I agree, I need a bit more time, but might get a deeper insight also in their psyche patterns ..... not that bad either ......


hmmm must be honest.... I see every day how people react on new things, they just often doesn't want tho know, not even about food changements, really I do have had a very hard time to get em interested for education in that way
and if I go for questioning of family histories, they shake their shoulders and mostly don't know, or don't want to get to know ...so for example today, I've got a new B client, I think she's a secretor, but does have some problems with her white bloodcells; her doc just mentioned to her....that she wasn't in need to get to know about those happenings; I merely saw that she 's ready for cancer developement, so I told her to change immediately her doc, those manners are just inacceptable for me and I know, that mostly of the Zrich MD's don't like me and my work ....  and also to get her acceptance why she should stop eating chicken yech for those simple minds, it is not easy to understand....sorry it wasn't meant to offend anybody with this
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bugs are solved & re-solved by Vegamachines ...of any type and kind .....



remember that humans ar not only yin & yang...but the law is meant : 3+1  


that's why I am persuated that my way to run is BTD & BIT .....


1,) Neutrino,Proton,Elektron,Neutron
2.) A, B,O,AB = Thymin,Guanin,Cytosin,Adenin
3.)lack of only one of those in the cell, no healing is possible
   cortisol,T3/T4, STH,  anabole Peptide
4.)NH3, CO2,HCO3- ,NH4+

the quadro-polarity

to be seen in english version
here: http://www.z-m-r.de
please click onto the british flag


                                 

                                     

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Quoted from lola
Report your suggested food list once you are done, Yamancim!
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Evet Lola'cim

Now the beverage list is fixed, lemon water neutral, rest is to be avoided. Beneficials are green tea, seltzer, kukicha, rooibos and red wine..

Having read the "Aging" from the Health Series, I now realize how important the epigenetics can be. Rye, for one, was an infrequent neutral there, whereas here it is a super beneficial. Likewise tahini, green olives, strawberries, quince.. The interesting thing is, I was having a hard time to reduce these down to once a month, for they all made me feel good when I ate them. Now I see why

Cheers,
Yaman


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I have yet another issue to be clarified/corrected.

Dear Peter,

In the text part it is said (without bias):

"Tomatoeswhich contain an especially potent lectin capable of agglutinating A, B, and O blood types, and are therefore called a panhemmaglutininshould also be avoided. Tomato lectin has also been shown to lower the concentration of mucin in the gut, to bind to nerve tissue, and to bind to, thus locking open, a cellular mechanism that induces stomach acid production."

It is clearly stated that as an O type, I should better avoid tomatoes. However, in the food list followed, tomato and tomato juice is classified as a superbeneficial, with a note that tomato contained a Type O superbeneficial lectin

Now, which is to be relied on, the text or the food list?

Cheers,
Yaman


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Thank You Dr. D- will wait for a response!

Realize that the SWAMI results that Yaman posts are the result of running the SWAMI using program using a wide range of individualized information, such as his ethnicity, age, sex, height, weight, activity level, serotype data, health history, family health history, any gender specific problems, Lab data, Auxology and Anthropometry measurements, Dermatoglyphics, and his choice of Therapeutic Bias.

Therefore, the results are individualized and may not be apply to someone else just based on the same blood type and secretor status.



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Hi Yaman,

There is a bit of a disconnect that occurs when you work on one part of a computer  program before you start on another. The category descriptions are "hard' which means that once you fit the basic criteria, it prints that paragraph. Most of the paragraph material is from ER4YT. The food values on the other hand, are 'dynamic' which means that they change, as Don says, in a much more flexible manner. In earlier versions of the program the category descriptions were always right in step with the food values  since the program kept very close to the BTD values. However as more and more criteria gets woven in, (such as the 'carbohydrate residue values' and 'bacteria overgrowth' values when you are running in 'Detox' bias, or the 'lignan' values if you are using the 'anthropometric data', or the 'gluten/prolamine' values if you are using the 'white line' switch) these BTD category descriptions are not always in step with the outcomes of the food selection process.

This is of course, very easy to fix. I just need to change the text of the paragraphs that generate in response to the blood type data, and I've begun doing that for B and AB.

However, it is boring work and I got sidetracked this morning doing something more interesting. If you rerun the program, look at the last page and you will see that SWAMI now prints a 'shopping list/ crib sheet' much like the NAP wallet cards, but more specific to the person.

Now that that's done I'll get back to work changing the category verbiage.






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amazing gadgets!!
titanic job!


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Is it expected in the future that those who didn't go to the conference can buy a turn on this software? Or will it be readily available in another format?

Is SWAMI just the software version of the Genotype Diet book coming out in December?

Am I too impatient?
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