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Chandon
Saturday, January 2, 2010, 7:26pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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It's actually an ayurvedic herb often used in teas. The GTD book has it listed under condiments and also calls it Reihan. It's a superfood for both Teachers and Explorers.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ocimum_tenuiflorum
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It's actually in the Hunter Activator:

Holy Basil: Is regarded as one of the most important plants used in Ayurvedic medicine. In the past decade or so a number of scientific studies have looked at holy basil. Holy basil may help counteract the effects of stress. Holy Basil supports healthy cortisol, insulin metabolism, and blood sugar already in the normal range*
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I enjoy adding basil to many dishes!


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Wallet card could use a little tweaking I think:


Where it says 'superfoods' are CAPITALIZED I think it would read better as 'diamond superfoods' are CAPITALIZED

Also, clarification of the instruction 'Avoids that (not than) can return to your diet after the 60 day washout period'.....my earlier understanding was that the abstinence period was 3-6 months.



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Quoted from Lola
only basil alone is listed.....is it not the same?


No, related though.
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omitted by mistake I guess then......

looking at the picture linked above, it is what I have growing in my garden pot!!

have always used for my basil pesto or salads.......

leaves are tiny


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In Spanish shopping lists there is a problem with printing special characters (accents, tildes, ...).

The special characters display correctly in lower case words. The uppercasing function is causing codes to be displayed instead of interpreted.

Quoted Text
ED MEATS: Cabra Carnero Cordero POULTRY: Avestruz PAVO Pichn FISH AND SEAFOOD: ABADEJO ATLÁNTICO Atn Aleta Amarilla, Rabil Atn listado Babosa vivpara BACALAO BACALAO JOVEN BROSMIO Cabeza de Toro CARACOL CARPA Cojonoba manchada Corvina CORVINON OCELADO DORADA EPERLANO ARCO IRIS Esturin GALLINETA NÓRDICA, SEBASTES Llampuga LUCIO LUCIO NEGRO Lucioperca MÚJOL MEDIALUNA PALOMETA Pargo Pargo Rojo PERCA PESCADO BLANCO Pez Loro Pez Luna, Mola PEZ MONJE Rodaballo SALMÓN REAL SALMÓN ROJO Salmn, Atlntico, salvaje SARDINA SARDINA DEL PACIFICO Tilapia Trucha Asalmonada, salvaje VENTOSA CACHO


MIfHI                            I follow a SWAMI diet.
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I get the same hieroglyphics right here on the Spanish forum!
for this particular reason, I ve decided to avoid spell checking, when writting in Spanish.....

maybe eliminating accents all together might be a way to deal with this issue?

great you brought it up Kent!


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On the Swami Xpress diet report it has provided different values for the below two live foods, which if I am not mistaken could be considered synonyms.

Chinese Kale, Kai-lan appears in the Superfoods as a ◊, while Broccoli, Chinese appears in the Neutrals.

Could you please clarify if they should be considered as synonyms or not?
  • If so, what should be the correct value?
  • If not, would you have their scientific name so that I can try to clarify the difference between those two?
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http://www.dadamo.com/SWAMI%20GenoType%20__%20Jane%20Public.pdf

BRASSICA OLERACEA CAPITATA ALBER
this might help you locate some varieties if you google specifics....

enjoy your investigation, and if you come up with answers, pls come back and tell!

another helpful link
http://www.foodsubs.com/


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I am not yet swamified.. BUT may I ask the good Doc..D:

is cream a milk AVOID or...  a butter type and ok for O's??  

PLease thank you...


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Quoted from Goldie
I am not yet swamified.. BUT may I ask the good Doc..D:

is cream a milk AVOID or...  a butter type and ok for O's??  

PLease thank you...


This has been asked many times in many threads.

I suggest that you read some of those threads. The short answer is it is safest to treat all forms of cream the same as half n' half.

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I have not read this entire thread so I don't know if this has already been posted, sorry if I repeat.

Under "Fats and Oils" my swami x tells me:

GT3 Teacher choices stress short chain fatty acids, medium chain saturated fats and high lignan oils; all of which have a
regenerating effect on the lining of the digestive tract. Ghee is a clarified butter which has had its solids removed is a
source of several short chain fatty acids, including butyric acid. Butyric acid has been associated with enhanced genetic
fidelity due to its effects on the enzyme histone deacetylase.


Which is all good and fine, BUT, Ghee is listed under "Dairy"



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Ghee used to be under Fats and Oils too at some stage, hence the reference.  That got fixed, but the working has obviously been overlooked.  Not sure if this has been picked up before, honestly first time I noticed it (that I remember). Good pick up!  




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broccoli is not kale. kale is a type of cabage and while they are the same veggi family they are as differnt as roses from dogwood trees.


nothing to do? who has that!?
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Quoted from battle dwarf
broccoli is not kale. kale is a type of cabage and while they are the same veggi family they are as differnt as roses from dogwood trees.


That maybe so, but all over the internet Chinese Kale and Chinese broccoli are one and the same  




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Confused my swami lists cilantro as a diamond food but coriander as a neutral. perhaps someone would explain the reason thanks

aha think i found the answer but will list it for others

http://whatscookingamerica.net/cilantro.htm


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one s the seed, other  s the leaf


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Might or might not be a bug...

Lima bean flour is listed as a neutral on my SWAMI

Lima beans are listed as a toxin.  (not a black dot)


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if not a bug, things to consider when swami was run according to you
Epigenotoxin (Anti-Metabolomic: Intracellular Toxin/Ubiquitylation Disruption)
Epigenotoxin (Nitrilosides Phenolics)
Serotoxin (serum flocculating glycoprotein)

those might be some factors being taken into consideration by the system when computing your report.....
the flour however, might not present those issues


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A minor typo in the Explorer Swami Xpress:


Developing Specific Meal Plans


As a SWAMI Xpress client, you have special access to unique meal planning software, which allows you to develop a weekly meal plan directly from the results of your diet report. You can even print out the recipes to use during the week and generate an ingredient shopping list!



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emailed Bob......thanks!


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  Great Thanks Lola



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My SWAMI report has quite a few more glaring grammatical errors.  Do you really want me to post them?


My SWAMI diet is a blend of BTD and GTD Explorer, but I'm not totally compliant.  Also I try to choose foods that have a Low Glycemic index.  DW and DD are A+, probably also Explorer.
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