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Dr. D
Saturday, July 18, 2009, 11:47am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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The older bug thread has been folded into a new thread were I analyze the problem and you can track the progress of the fix.

Please use this thread to report new bugs as they show up.

It would be great if the bug report could be as succinct as possible, and contain any specifics that can help me track down the problem, such as GenoType, Blood Type, etc.

SWAMI is a huge program, with an enormous amount of data. Anytime you unveil a new software platform you will not discover problems until a certain number of people, under different environments use the product. Microsoft and Apple have hundreds of programmers and just ponder how often they want to 'update' their software.


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Dr. D
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I've moved posts on this thread about problems that have been fixed over to the moderator area, so as to not confuse people.

If the problem has not been fixed, it's still here.

If you've posted a problem and it has not been fixed to your satisfaction, please let me know.


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Tea Rose
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Geno Harmonic Food Lists - Broad Genotrophic

Regarding the Geno-Harmonic foods listed on the right side of the page, for the categories:

Fish/Seafood
Red Meats
Fruits
Spices

These lists seem to be incomplete compared to the other lists, stopping with foods such as Kale or Molasses, with no foods listed for the rest of the alphabet.  Most of the lists end with foods from T - Z.  

I could be wrong and maybe these are just short lists.

Rosemary



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Dr. D
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Quoted from Tea Rose
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Geno Harmonic Food Lists - Broad Genotrophic

Regarding the Geno-Harmonic foods listed on the right side of the page, for the categories:

Fish/Seafood
Red Meats
Fruits
Spices

These lists seem to be incomplete compared to the other lists, stopping with foods such as Kale or Molasses, with no foods listed for the rest of the alphabet.  Most of the lists end with foods from T - Z.  

I could be wrong and maybe these are just short lists.

Rosemary


I'll look into it.


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My SWAMI lists serving sizes for nuts/seeds and nut butters, but not for beans, which are in the same category.  In Live Right, the serving size for beans is 1 Cup dried (which seems like a huge amount of beans for one serving, to me).  Does anyone know what the correct serving size is, or should I just consider it to be the same as nuts/seeds?  And would it be dried or cooked?




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It's not specifically listed in the GTD book, either.

I have been using 1/2 cup dry, let's see if we can get Dr. D to 'fix' it....
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There is no serving size listed for 'beans' or it is not clear.
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In LRFYT, I was confused by this, too.  A cup of dry beans has like 88 grams of carbs and 500 calories!  But since I'm only supposed to eat them 3 times a week, I just decided I would have 1/2 cup dry (1 cup cooked) 6 times a week.

With the Explorer, I've decided the serving is 1/2 cup dry, since I still have to have my nuts and would miss the beans too much if I was only eating them once or twice a week.  They're an ideal source of carbs for me.  


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are you eating 1/2 dried beans which you cook and than eat   or

1/2 cup cooked beans    or

maybe 1/2 cup of dried beans ground and made into something

thanks
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I d go with the 1 cup cooked instead of dried


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I'll look into the bean issue.


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Paula 0+
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Not sure if this is a bug, but I was just re-reading over my swami results.  I came out an explorer, but it says my epigenetic worldview is "receptor type"...is this because of my specific info, or is it incorrect?  I know in the book, explorer is "inflammation based".  Thanks in advance.....
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Dr. D
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No, it is indeed possible to be a 'Receptor Explorer' though the combination is not common in type O.


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Interesting! Thanks Dr. D!
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Minor typo in Red Meats. It reads "Beef, Calf" instead of what I think was supposed to be "Beef, Calf Liver" since Veal is already listed as "Veal".
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Sorry, me again.

Live Foods has:

"Lettuce, Green Leaf, Iceberg" and "Lettuce, Romaine"

To this gardener/chef lettuces come in many, many, many varieties, but only really 4 types/families: Butterhead, Looseleaf, Crisphead, and Romaine/Cos. Green Leaf is just that - a variety of Looseleaf lettuce. Iceberg however is a different type - it's a variety of Crisphead lettuce.

Because you listed Romaine separately I would think you intended Green Leaf & Iceberg types & varities to also have separate listings...however, you have it listed the same way in the GTD book (pg 278 ), too, so I'm not sure if it's me being confused by how you're categorizing the types & varieties or a typo in both the book & program.

edited 2X: trying to be clear in what I'm saying
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Thanks.


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Chanur
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Guess who!

Possible issue is: Combined items
Where found: Beverages
Listing: "Green Tea (Kukicha, Bancha)"

I tried to double check myself before adding this to the bug list using the GTD book and my grocery. The results were:

Kukicha is in the book as a specific beverage item for GT2, GT3, and GT4  (pgs 216,232, 248 ). However, Kukicha & Bancha are listed almost the exact same way as in my SWAMI (above) for GT1, GT5 & GT6: "Tea, green, kukicha, bancha" (pgs 201,265,281).

They are sold in my local stores as two different medicinal tea products, even when marketed by the same vendor. Since they are being classified as medicinal, I thought it best to bring it to your attention in case it's not just a case of tea that's good (or bad) for you in a general sort of way.

Bottome line: Are these typos in SWAMI & the book or did you mean to combine them to infer that both items were the same rating?

Thanks!

Bon Weekend!  
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It would be helpful if serving sizes under vegetable proteins could be clarified.  It seems like a half cup of sesame seeds wouldn't be equivalent to a half cup of green beans, or even other cooked beans.
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bancha is the lower part of green tea

and kukicha is a type of green tea.....
think they re pretty much the same, and thus listed together....


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Yes, I understand that Bancha is a type of green tea and that Kukicha is a twig tea from the same plant as green tea comes from, but I still don't understand why they would be sold and listed differently if they are the same.

Perhaps if you tried explaining to me again. Sorry if I'm being dense.
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right, in mine they are all three together separated by comas and a diamond.....


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Unable to generate diet report and cookbook reports.

System status indicates "Unfortunately SWAMI had trouble locating a specific file. If problem persists please contact SWAMI technical support"

I have made no attempt to contact tech support.




I am presuming this is not related, but I experienced the problem after switching my username and password earlier today.

Browsers checked: Mozilla 3.5 and 3.0, IE 8, chrome.
OS: Windows XP & Linux


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