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yaeli
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Thanks very ruthiegirl, that really helps.  I think it was differentiating between the two which confused me but now I see what it means, essentially following Tier 1 (along with the neutrals) is generally fine (and Tier 2 need not be heeded so much).  However, if you want to be stricter you should take Tier 2's as important as well, and preferably avoid neutral section?
Again, as a non-secretor, please ignore the separation of foods into Tiers, and just treat the foods in the two Tiers exactly the same, as if they were all printed in one table.



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Oh dear, I'm getting confused now again, there seems to be 2 different views on this.  
If I'm not being too strict , please can someone clarify?

I originally listed all the foods in all the tiers, i.e. Tiers 1,  2, and Neutral: General Nutritional Supplementation for a 'non-secretor'.  
I noted all the Beneficials as foods to eat a lot, Neutrals as ok's but not much benefit, and all the Avoids as do not eats.

Is that what I should be following?

or should I be taking note of the Beneficials, Neutrals and Avoids for 'non-secretor' in Tier 1 and Neutral: General Supplementation Section but the Tier 2's aren't so much an issue, i.e. I could cheat and eat the Neutrals and Avoid foods for a non-secretor in Tier 2,  if I'm cheating, but it's not really recommended?  

or have I got all this totally wrong?



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I originally listed all the foods in all the tiers, i.e. Tiers 1,  2, and Neutral: General Nutritional Supplementation for a 'non-secretor'.  
I noted all the Beneficials as foods to eat a lot, Neutrals as ok's but not much benefit, and all the Avoids as do not eats.

Is that what I should be following?
Yes. This is it.

For non-secretors tier 2 is as much an issue as tier 1.



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Thanks for clarifying that for me yaeli, it's easy just following the recommendations in all three sections of foods too.
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all has been factored into swami Dr D has done the guesswork for us all
http://www.dadamo.com/media/swami.htm
Does that mean being Rh negative has been factored in as well?

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Does that mean being Rh negative has been factored in as well?



Rh is one of the factors SWAMI considers in determining the rating of each food.


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Thanks so much C_sharp
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