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Amazone I.
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night & days..... ...... but this since a while...some months.....tried Fem Balance but it didn't helped....


augmented the intake of Alfalafa against hot flashes today from 3x3 to 3-4x5 tablets and it seems it works better for me ....terrible always have the feeling to need a shower... perhaps will i go for some sauge leafs as well.... i am that tired of feeling like a boiler.....


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justamente got my two new lists....
the lists were much longer what I seem permitted to eat... ok will have a discussion with my measurer soon.........


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mann it seems I'm a lucky  bum.......

I may have  red meats like  beef ...= neutral.... ....
mais...all kinds of wheat....emmer, spelt,artichokes, shiitake, potatoes   and even chicken is allowed after 60 days....I didn't ate it since ... coz I felt that it isn't that good for me... dito potatoes and other starchy things make me ache.... ......

hey tell me Tamari is ok but it must be wheat-free... so far another biig if I can have wheat... next Oats was written in capital letters.. ok for that but then it is written in little letters i can't have oats in teutonic language.... ...ok..ok... I'll give the no-no's back to the translation's system.......

wish you all a wunneful weekend.... ....


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Explorers unite...

Just curious...how many of you have chicken as a black dot?


Chicken is a total avoid for me.  I have not eaten chicken in 30 years.  In grad school I used to lie down crumpled up in the fetus position with cramps.  I did not get that bad of cramps when I had my period.  I kept a food diary and tracked down the source of my distress as chicken.  


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Chicken is avoid for my Explorer A+ sec wife, RedLilac.

Well, Isa, mushrooms!     Try fried mushrooms in Ghee!     


My weight loss goal: 220 lbs.  A 6'4" dyslexic oddball: the size of a line-backer, the silhouette of Winnie-the-Pooh.
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Red Lilac.. nearly the same for me... I' d this experience as a real little child; I remember I was about 2 years old and since then I never ever touched chicken again...

Paul... please tell me more about those *thingies.*..and why only in ghee instead of garlic & onions & fresh herbs & olive oil....


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Garlic, onions and herbs, yes, yes, - yes but try ghee instead of olive oil!  I used to not like mushrooms, but received them on later Swami runnings and tried & fryed in ghee.  Delicious!  

My Father used to grill tomatoes and fry mushrooms and serve with bacon and eggs for brunch (late breakfast or early lunch).  Would have just eaten eggs and bacon and toast if left to my junior tastes ....

Remember, clarified butter takes the heat better than olive oil - much higher smoke point.  


My weight loss goal: 220 lbs.  A 6'4" dyslexic oddball: the size of a line-backer, the silhouette of Winnie-the-Pooh.
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Ghee is not clarified butter, and Ghee takes higher heat better.

Clarified butter still has water content in it and lacks the good short chains of fatty acid that Ghee has or at least significantly more of...

Ghee should have all water (or as close as possible) removed and the short chains of fatty acid released from the lactose blobs of cholesterol, in it.
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Paul... I'll give a try today   thanx for sharing ....


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got justamente a phonecall... my newest...latest version of *my shopping list* should arrive this weekend......of course am I patient!!!....


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I feel like I'm starting to detoxify from the diet. I've had a few days where I've had detox symptoms in the morning, including sweating. I think berries and juices have been particularly instrumental.
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now I've got it why I wasn't able to stand the MMS for a second or third time... it's all about GSTM+ & GSTT1...... so far it isn't to be expected that others might react likewise and so I am able to recommend this stuff to others (ok I'll test it before all recommendations ).... but others musn't react likewise I did....it becomes more and more clear....


What is 'GSTM + &GSTT1?


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">http://www.4yourtype.com/explorer.asp    


all about genetic inherences about gluthadione S-transferase M1 =GSTM1
gluthadione S-transferase theta = GSTT1  & GSTP1.....

lacks of the enzyme G6PD and disturbances of p450 meant here is the whole family of CYp1 to CYP4


I coppied the whole and showed it to my latest MD...who told me that I am only a sort of   coz I was always reluctant to take any kind of allopathic medication so now I've got the proof....





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Ghee is not clarified butter, and Ghee takes higher heat better.

Clarified butter still has water content in it and lacks the good short chains of fatty acid that Ghee has or at least significantly more of...

Ghee should have all water (or as close as possible) removed and the short chains of fatty acid released from the lactose blobs of cholesterol, in it.

Does this mean that it is not good for someone with high cholesterol?
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The cholesterol is gone, short chains of fatty acid are not associated with cholesterol from what I understand.

However I will stay my personal findings are that if you are not physically active to raise the heart rate then the fat content may not be good for you. My chest suffers from something caused by fats and ghee affects it more. If I just get out and raise my heart rate a little bit of pressure and it is gone. I mean it can take a moment or two, or use too, but it is like someone turns on the speed when I go running. I assume it is the non-secreter Type A part of me... unless I am utterly confused and I am a warrior.
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Quoted from paul clucas
Garlic, onions and herbs, yes, yes, - yes but try ghee instead of olive oil!  I used to not like mushrooms, but received them on later Swami runnings and tried & fryed in ghee.  Delicious!  

My Father used to grill tomatoes and fry mushrooms and serve with bacon and eggs for brunch (late breakfast or early lunch).  Would have just eaten eggs and bacon and toast if left to my junior tastes ....

Remember, clarified butter takes the heat better than olive oil - much higher smoke point.  

I love sauted mushrooms!!!!

Your Fathers grilling ingredients make me sick just reading them.


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Ghee is more prominent in my SWAMI than it had been. The last time I made ghee, I was waiting for the foaming to subside and I kept getting bursts of sputtering. It seemed like it would never end. I finally strained it and was really close to burning it. I think I really got the water out fully! Maybe I ended up with more butyrate this time.

I've been trying to eat some every day. My body seems to really need the fats now, so I try to get a lot of variety between olive oil, ghee, sources of GLA, fish oil, flax oil, and sometimes some other oils. Olive oil and blackcurrant seed oil are my diamonds. Most fats are now allowed on my SWAMI, except for ones like peanut, corn, cottonseed, and palm.

The challenge for me is to organize my meals so I don't eat more grain than I need. Beans make a good substitute, although I'm unclear as to what our bean servings are. My thought is that beans aren't limited since they aren't mentioned in the info about frequencies, but I am not one to eat a lot of beans. If I don't get enough carbs at night, my body lets me know (can't sleep), so I do eat some beans even though I tend to eat the full amount of nut servings per week. Since I'm not an O, I feel that carbs are still somewhat important for me as an Explorer. I generally eat the right amount of fruit per day and often some juice.
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got my newest foodlists today...    but ok now I am too tired for verifications and tests...but it seems very similar to others before... and as mentioned once it is told I can have a stuff and then denied .... ja..jaa.. those nasty translation systems....   nighty night all...


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you won't believe it but yep..another foodlist today.....meep....meep... I knew it.... will compare all the received one and choose the one who fits most... orrrrr........

na ja as I thought parole..parole..parole... but perhaps this-one might be the real true- one.... lets' have an eye on that as well... instead of roflamoing  ...



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Isa - how come you are getting so many new food lists? (I'm jealous  )  Are they updating the translations or changing your calculations?  Did you have SWAMI or SWAMI express?


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You're still an Explorer, right? Now that I have my SWAMI Explorer list, the latest and greatest to date!, I couldn't be happier. It is so much more tailored to me than the one in the book and fits me much better than my old Teacher list, as enticingly varied as that was.
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Symbi, my *measurer* has gotten dif. informations whithin the last few years about me ...that'swhy now I can profit of those diverse lists ... now joke appart this is exactly as P.D. describes.... a lot of errors and then getting along with doing it to the very best ....   I;   nouveau became a guinea pig .... and as I once wrote about the european situation of needs for more educational issues and also sustain from IfHI & all the big maischddas overthere ........seem to know better to implement the whole swami's then .....
but one thing I've to mention, my *measurer* isn't at all from the medical line but is infact an ingeneer, so far I am proud that he made all those progresses and that today he is even better then most of us coz he really got the combinations and what's about it ....he took the pain to get introduced by BIT/BRT etc (bioresonance therapies etc...) and then at the same time he learned to manigance a machine called Global Diagnostics...computerized thingy ) and at the same time he choosed to get into the swami and BTD themata... man, and what else... he really is a very intelligent man and well educated ....You see, I am in good hands .... but justamente love to make some jokes about my own situation......

I think getting the most of informations is one of the very best things, but we are all humans and committing errors are ok  for humanoides...isn't it ....

Ok I will compare all the lists also with my own trouvailles via Vegatestings... and
yep I think he made it ........ but we all can learn how quick things can change and that we must be aware  to work very accurately as therapists.....

the very best as a joke is; always he tries to get me back to the warriorhood... the program converts me directly to explorer....


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Thanks Isa, being human we all do make mistakes and it's good to try out different things so we can know we're on the right path.  Probably good you are getting an average of different readings and having access to all those machines and information.

You're lucky!  An engineer would be the best for measuring!  If anyone would know their way around a ruler or a protractor ...

I'm glad you're an Explorer!  Not that we're planning a softball game or antyhing, at this stage, but I'm glad you're on our team  

BTW I also swing between Perceiving and Judging.  Used to be more P when I was younger, now becoming more J, isn't that typical.   It sneaks up on you.  I hope to keep an open mind, though not so much that my thoughts fall out


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thanky you Symbi
btw....please remember the scripts of Briggs-Myers...the booklet *gifts differings* here she explains why all introverts are justamente doing the opposit of their endings ... ... meep...meep...


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little update: since a while I'm on the new  explorer program; but not one gram lost..... ....ahem....ok menopsy's kiss... and not enough of sports.... ....
hmmm next saturday my new challenge as a hypnotherapist begins; perhaps the combination of both.....


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