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ascend9
Sunday, October 4, 2009, 4:52am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Hi
I have A+ blood not sure on Secretor Status as am unsure where to have the test in Brisbane.
I like the idea of this way of eating but I have very bad reactions to soy, citrus(lemon),flaxseed and pineapple gives me hives. . I have tried for over 4 years to incorporate the foods listed slowly into my diet but always have the same bad results. This includes hives and really bad fatigue.
Is this normal? I thought I was doing my body good eating these foods but instead I feel terrible. A naturopath put me onto this diet as I have a problem with many food intolerances. Since giving up these foods I feel heaps better.
Any advice would be great.
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you might want to ask about the test

also check the allergies book up at the store


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MIfHI                            I follow a SWAMI diet.
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Hi
I have A+ blood not sure on Secretor Status as am unsure where to have the test in Brisbane.
I like the idea of this way of eating but I have very bad reactions to soy, citrus(lemon),flaxseed and pineapple gives me hives. . I have tried for over 4 years to incorporate the foods listed slowly into my diet but always have the same bad results. This includes hives and really bad fatigue.
Is this normal? I thought I was doing my body good eating these foods but instead I feel terrible. A naturopath put me onto this diet as I have a problem with many food intolerances. Since giving up these foods I feel heaps better.
Any advice would be great.

Hi there, welcome, we are getting more aussies all the time, and have a very active thread on the swami folder. Cristina and Shells are in Qld.
Most of us have used the Pathlab in Melbourne which does postal communication.. you request, and they send a phial and instructions for the saliva. Someone will come along here with the address shortly.




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What types of soy have you eaten? Tofu, Tempeh, soy shakes, soy beans edemame, natto?

You might do better to genotype yourself and see which A you are?


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Mayflowers
Sunday, October 4, 2009, 5:17pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Hi ascend9 Welcome to the forum.     I have the same problem..I have a citrus allergy also. Dr. D told me the longer I'm on the diet, the more I'll be able to tolerate the foods that I have an allergic reaction to.  In the mean time, those are only a few of the foods on the A diet. Just eat the foods on the diet you can tolerate for now and don't eat the allergens.    
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Sorry to hear you have had such difficulty with some foods. It is not at all uncommon.

I agree that you should find out your Genotype!

Feel free to avoid a food to which you are allergic, even if it is on your blood type or genotype food list.




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ascend9
Monday, October 5, 2009, 6:55am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Thanks for all the advice.
I own the Allergy and Fatigue books. The Super Beneficials all seem to be the same. Thats OK I just eat the foods that agree with me. Mmm The Genotype diet sounds interesting I will have to buy that book. Thanks for the Path Labs address in Vic. I will get in contact with them.
Soy foods use to agree with me years ago as I was a vegan. The soy foods I ate were Tofu,Tempeh and Tamari. As well as heaps of fruit and veg & brown rice. I never felt better or fitter in my entire life. I am not sure what happened to my body in the years to come. Fell off the bandwagon. Maybe indulged a bit too much.......
Damn it.
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Hey, we all fall off the wagon occasionally, nothing unusual with that. But you are so fortunate to have come across this way of life so early, lots of us had to wait forever to even hear of it. You will find (if my experience is anything) that as you take the steps from BTD to GTD to Swami you will become even more enthusiastic and healthy.
Keep in touch.



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Question:  Does SWAMI trump the allergy and fatigue books?


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put in another way.
swami is the ultimate health series personalized diet for you!


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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