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swampjuice
Wednesday, January 20, 2010, 3:24am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Yes, Chandon, that is also correct.  
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Lola
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keep us posted


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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swampjuice
Wednesday, January 20, 2010, 2:57pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Clarification----I was not questioning my status as an Explorer---- I have no doubts about that.  I was questioning why soy milk was suddenly added to my superfood list, and if it is truly okay for me.

thanks
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you being a secretor is key to this, and all the variables you gave swami express.


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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The harder you are on yourself, the easier life will be on you!
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swampjuice
Friday, January 22, 2010, 1:56am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Okay, thanks, Lola.  I'll see how the soy milk works out for me.

Best to all of you.

Dawn
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Mel
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I have my SWAMI test, but I can't tell what my Geno Type is?  Can you tell me how to look for this information on my test?
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Mel - I think it is like page 4 of the print out but mine isn't in front of me.  Are you using Swami Xpress?  for me it shows my GT when I launch the calculation before I click to spool the report
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Quoted from 7832
Okay, thanks, Lola.  I'll see how the soy milk works out for me.

Best to all of you.

Dawn


Hi Dawn! Mine shows on page 5 on the long report. Hope this helps!




If you keep doing what you've always done, and you keep getting what you've aways got, perhaps it's time for a change...
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Mel
Wednesday, February 10, 2010, 8:49pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I am not using the SWAMI express.  I do have a print out though.  I will re-read it again and hopefully I can find it.  Thanks for your response.  I am new at this, so I feel a little lost.
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LuckyDog
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This is a really nice board - so don't waste time lost lots of people will be thrilled to help!
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Lola
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You can help the other members of the forum help you by choosing a blood type shield to display beneath your name.

how to
http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b-ref/m-1219018887/

Welcome!


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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The harder you are on yourself, the easier life will be on you!
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Quoted from 8215
I am not using the SWAMI express.  I do have a print out though.  I will re-read it again and hopefully I can find it.  Thanks for your response.  I am new at this, so I feel a little lost.


Don't feel funny my friend, I've been on this going on four months and am still lost too The really cool aspect to this is the more one learns the more one realizes how much more there is to learn!
Cheers!




If you keep doing what you've always done, and you keep getting what you've aways got, perhaps it's time for a change...
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LauraT
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I started Swami 2 and a half years ago and felt phenomenal.  Then I had to finish writing my dissertation so I started up with the caffeine, alcohol and occasional bingeing.  Very sad.  I'm ready to start again.  I have friends supporting my efforts.

I also recently found out I am positive for the BRCA2 genetic mutation (breast, pancreatic and ovarian cancers) so I have all the more reason to get healthy.

I have crohn's disease in remission.  I'm 33, average weight, pretty fit... training for a half marathon.  Allergies and asthma.  O+, nonsecretor.

I will think more about my experiences and comment soon...


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Welcome back LauraT

We're all here to support you and cheer on from the sidelines

Andy  


Listen to all, plucking a feather from every passing goose, but follow no one absolutely. CHINESE PROVERB

Andy Pandy��


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weezie801
Tuesday, October 25, 2011, 5:41am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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So confused. I paid over $60 US. I got the password and created my account...now it says that I used my one-time user and I didn't even see or print everything. Only one thing - a partial recipe book. I thought it meant single user, not single time use. What can I do now???? Anyone else have this problem? It seems that you all have gone back and changed things and gotten new reports. HELP!!!
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ofcourse you can reedit as often as you like!
relax!

send Bob an email.....he ll take care of you and tell you were you went wrong, no worries


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
DNA mt/Haplo H; Y-chrom/J2(M172);ISTJ
The harder you are on yourself, the easier life will be on you!
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Welcome weezie801:

Glad to have you on the forums.

I have a single use license for SWAMI Xpress.

I access SWAMI regularly and have no problems making changes and generating new reports. (Single use means it is to be used to generate diet plans for one person)

In fact I have edited my data over 250 times!

I have generated several versions of cookbooks, but I find the diet plans SWAMI creates to be more useful.

So if you have not yet generated a diet plan, I would go back to SWAMI and finishing any health data that you have not yet completed, and then generate a diet plan.




You do need to log in again to reaccess your SWAMI account.

As Lola indicates above, if you do have problems logging in, do not hesitate to contact: bobm@northamericanpharmacal.com

The product is designed to allow you to access it repeatedly.


MIfHI                            I follow a SWAMI diet.
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I have been following my SWAMI for over a year now. I didn't experience any sudden improvement on starting the recommended foods, but about 6 months into it I suddenly realised that my digestion issues had finally improved to the point where I hardly noticed them any more.

I had very little gas and my noisy and unsettled stomach had become quiet and well behaved. The uncomfortable feeling in my throat had finally subsided and would only become noticeable again if I ate too much, which I was in a habit of doing as I had been steadily losing weight I didn't need to lose, to the point where I was looking decidedly gaunt. My weight had finally stabilised and I had gained a few kilos and I was generally feeling pretty good.

However, a few weeks back my stomach started making gurgling noises again and in turn I have started to have diarrhoea on a fairly regular basis. I don't think I have changed my eating habits in any way. I do occasionally have some avoids now and then when I go out to restaurants, but that never affected me that way before, and even on the many days that I am 100% compliant I am still suffering digestive issues, although thankfully the gas problem has not resurfaced at this point and the feeling in my throat is only a fairly mild discomfort again.

My sleep has also suffered a huge disruption which I suspect is due to my stomach being so unsettled.I am also suffering regular headaches of the type I have only ever experienced since starting this way of eating. They became a problem a couple of months after starting SWAMI and then went away until just recently. I have never been particularly prone to headaches throughout my life so I am hoping I can attribute them to something other than my diet, such as my neck for example, as it has been quite sore lately.

I am looking forward to the updates in SWAMI and I still believe wholeheartedly in it in principle, and in fact have just encouraged my kids to purchase it (which they have), however I do believe that the system is fundamentally flawed by the fact that it relies so heavily on the data the individual inputs, such data being subject to the individual's ability to measure and determine so many things that are so incredibly easy to get varying results for, depending on one's ability to do them correctly.

I did my own measuring etc and then visited an accredited practitioner to get her opinion as well, but I found that she was just as uncertain as I was and I still didn't feel overly confident that we had got it all correct.

It is a little disconcerting when you read that someone on the forum has changed one little detail in their SWAMI and they have become a different genotype altogether with a whole new food list. I feel as though there are so many things that I swing between being one way or the other and I could therefore be eating all the wrong foods after all - it is certainly beginning to feel as if that is the case at the moment.


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Melisa
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LadyHawk,

Do you think your symptoms could be a systemic cleanse your body is experiencing? Our bodies naturally cleanse themselves of any impurities, usually with the change in weather.

Melissa


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Nomad with Celiac. Just say, "No" to gluten. White lines, no more!
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I am sort of new to SWAMI. I quit smoking prior to starting the program and of course gained weight. I live up a hill so I started walking up and down the hill almost every day. I hate the fact that I gained weight. I just can't stop eating carbs (the ones allowed to Warriors). Is it normal to develop a "tummy" with this diet? I need to ask what are the allowed breads for Warriors are they those made of sprouted wheat or Flex seed breads? I need support and tons of help to understand.
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On SWAMI different warriors are going to have different breads allowed. On SWAMI all the Warriors are individual so they have their own diet guidelines.

One thing is with this new lifestyle you may want to ditch bread entirely and move onto foods more suitable for you.  Although warriors are usually allowed a lot more varieties of grains than other types.



Poppadoms are probably good for you.

You may want to look at making bread with sprouted rye.

Barley loaves may be okay for you.

You may also be able to use soy, quinoa, and rice flours to make bread.

Here are some bread recipes you could evaluate for compliance:

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase.....=abc&header=Name


MIfHI                            I follow a SWAMI diet.
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rodski
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I thought I read something about Swami Xpress being updated this month. Is this the case?
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we will all be notified if and when

I suggest you subscribe to the news letter, for updates

give us your bloodtype for a shield in member center

welcome!


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Long time follower and devotee.  Lactose intolerant from birth and gluten intolerant (white lines on fingerprints). I eliminated wheat almost one hundred percent, because I have major mucus issues.   I started with the blood type diet (I have ALL the books), then went with the genotype diet as soon as that came out and yes it was better for me.  Just recently I purchased Swami and entered all my details - except the personality test.  
I was a little freaked out by the results, as I already knew I was an Explorer and have been following the diet from the book for Explorers.  
Swami advises that I can now have parmesan and romano type cheeses, Soy products - pretty much everything in the range and chicken egg yolk.  
I have not had any of these foods since I started on the genotype diet - except for chicken eggs which I would have occasionally.  I was having natural yoghurt, but it's a "no go" without a black dot.  I would love to have parmesan & romano cheeses, but I am paralysed with fear, at the thought of eating them in case this is an error.  
I'm really just wanting confirmation that these additions are not an error?

Other statistics:  Lewis typing: double negative a-b-, NN, GT4 Explorer 57%.


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