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Dr. D
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Please keep the typo reports and other finding coming. It all gets put into the works. Thanks.


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Cristina
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Thanks Dr D




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Grammar typo on this page:

http://www.4yourtype.com/deflect.asp


Deflect isn't going to allow you to regularly consume avoids any more than a bulletproof vest can't protect your head, arms or legs.

it should say  "any more than a bulletproof vest can protect"




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Jumari
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On the Books Teacher for list I have commercial mushrooms as a diamond.

With Swami, I can't find them anywhere, even as a toxin.
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Cristina
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On my Teacher Genotype Diet Report:

In the section: Understanding the Geno Type diet food categories, under:

Fish and Seafood

... Others do best with the "white' fish which...

I think it should be "white"

...Insure that salmon purchased is not "farm raised" by rather "wild caught".
...

but instead of by

Vegetable Protein

at the end of the second last sentence:

...a protein missing one or more of these are an "incomplete protein."

is instead of are
"incomplete protein". (the dot after " instead of before " )

Fruits
First sentence

The best fruits for each are rich in antioxidants, vitamins and fiber.

Geno Type missing between each and are?

3rd sentence:
... which may them especially important nutrients ...

make instead of may

Last sentence seems too long without pauses:

What is especially great about the wide choices of fruits is how well they can substitute for carbohydrate cravings in the early stages of the program that can
result from the severe grain restrictions.

Maybe a comma after fruits, and  program,  ??




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Swami Teacher Genotype  (non sec) diet report, under food categories:

Fats and Oils

Ghee is a clarified butter which has had its solids removed is a
source
of several short chain fatty acids, including butyric acid.

Suggest replacing is a source with and it is also a source

But that could just be me, the way I am reading the original ...




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Swami Teacher Genotype  (non sec) diet report, under food categories (just before the food listings):

Carbohydrates

... Some of glucose goes directly to fuel brain cells ...

It should read
... Some of the glucose  goes ....

GT3 Teacher carbohydrate choices designed to minimize bacterial and fungal overgrowth in the digestive tract and increase assimilation.

It should read

GT3 Teacher carbohydrate choices are designed ....


Live Foods and Fruits have the following sentences in common:
Second paragraph, second sentence:

... Foods also high in pesticides or containing known genetically modified components or molds are also not included.

Better read (omit first 'also'):

... Foods high in pesticides or containing known genetically modified components or molds are also not included.

Second paragraph, last sentence,  a missing closing ).

... detoxifying agents (glucosinolates and isothiocyanates and plant phytochemicals (organosulfur compounds,
saponins, phytosterols and monterpenes).

I think it is meant to be:

detoxifying agents (glucosinolates and isothiocyanates) and plant phytochemicals (organosulfur compounds,
saponins, phytosterols and monterpenes).




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Quoted from Jumari
On the Books Teacher for list I have commercial mushrooms as a diamond.

With Swami, I can't find them anywhere, even as a toxin.


In swami they are referred to as "mushroom, white, silver dollar".  Does that show up in your swami?


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Jumari
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Hi Gumby...Yes it does but, I've looked it up and those are what we call champignons not your garden variety commercial mushroom. Am I mistaken?
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Web definitions for Commercial mushroom
     Agaricus bisporus--known variously as the common mushroom, button mushroom, white mushroom, table mushroom, portobello mushroom, crimnini mushroom ...
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Commercial_mushroom




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I *think* the classification name was changed in order to be more specific, as the white common mushroom and several of the other types Cristina posted in the wikipedia quote most definitely have different ratings.  'Commercial' never really refered to a specific type of mushroom which is probably why it was changed.  If you look in the typebase, that 'commercial' identifier no longer is used.

Champingnon is the french word for mushroom as far as I know.  


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Thanks everyone. Hopefully manana de la manana.


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Couple of minor typos in my Swami:
In the recipe for Pumpkin/Butternut Squash Muffins (or our type flour) should perhaps be (or your blood type flour)

Red Meats (Warrior) frequency 1 serving weekly............but all of them are Avoids, so surely this should be 0 servings weekly.

thank you



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The GenoType Diet book lists fennel in the Live Foods Category (superfood for Gatherers). My SWAMI report, however, does not - only the spice fennel.
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Hey, you are right Tom...veggie fennel is not on there!  I never even noticed.  Good catch.


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Fennel. Hmmm.. it's in the tables. Probably a hiccup.


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OK. Fixed. Explanation too complicated to discuss!


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another excuse to rerun yet another swami!


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Forgive me if I'm late to the party here.

Have we covered "Bitter Melon" appearing on the Avoid list of the Live Foods, and "Bitter Melon (Bitter Gourd)" and also appearing on the Neutral list in the Fruits on the same report? G2 Gatherer (O-non) hybridised values.

When I googled it, Bitter Melon and Bitter Gourd appear to be the same thing, although I must admit I didn't realise that.


Note to self: I am me, and also an O-nonnie - I'm allowed not to fit the mould.
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Quoted from Squirrel
Forgive me if I'm late to the party here.

Have we covered "Bitter Melon" appearing on the Avoid list of the Live Foods, and "Bitter Melon (Bitter Gourd)" and also appearing on the Neutral list in the Fruits on the same report? G2 Gatherer (O-non) hybridised values.

When I googled it, Bitter Melon and Bitter Gourd appear to be the same thing, although I must admit I didn't realise that.


Thanks. I'll investigate


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When I used English-US (default) as preferred vernacular, zucchini was mentioned on the right-hand side of the Geno Harmonic Foods table (e.g. butter). Since I switched to English-UK, the UK equivalent, courgette, is listed as neutral in the Live Foods section, but no longer as part of the Geno Harmonic Foods combos.
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Tom, how was zucchini listed in the US version in Live food? In my Swami Teacher version they are both listed as SF.  No mentioned in the HF GHFs.





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Cristina, it was listed as a neutral. Not quite sure what you mean by HF.
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I should have used GHF (the Geno Harmonic Foods).




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Not sure if this counts as a "bug", but I'm unable to print an Acrobat PDF file from my report. I get a "The connection to the server was reset while the page was loading." error, though my Internet connection works fine as I'm able to browse the web for other pages.


It is not my responsibility to convince anyone of anything.
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