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BeritL
Tuesday, August 11, 2009, 4:22pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I have a question on my Genoharmonic (GH) food listings from SWAMI:

Is there some significance to foods being listed on the left (vs. right).  I understand we are to find a food on the left, and combine it with something (or more than one) on the right.

I'm asking because I've seen a few instances (there may be more) where I have a food listed on the left (i.e. black beans) and a handful of foods listed on the right (flaxseed bread, sardine (to name a couple)).  But the foods on the right have their own listing on the left, as well.  And when they are listed on the left, black beans are not listed on the right.

Same for blueberry juice - is listed on the right for many foods, but when blueberry juice is listed on the left, many of those foods are not listed on the right...

This is one example from my GH food listing for Histone effects...  I haven't checked every last detail so there may be more examples.

Another question related to this is sometimes I have a food listed on the right (elderberies, elderberry juice, romano cheese (to name a few) that are listed on the right for more than 10 different foods, but they don't have their own listing on the left.  I think it is 14 and 17 in these cases.  Is there some minimum to when a food is listed on the left or some other determining factor why these are not?  Although I have other foods on the left, that have less than 10 GH foods listed on the right.  Can someone help me understand this?

Also, on my GH listing for Histone I have a few foods where the right-side list ends with Kale (alphabetically) - are there no more foods that are GH with these or is there still a bug with this? (I know this was mentioned before)  Some include blueberry juice, grape juice, flaxseed bread, kudzu and nutritional yeast.

I'm not sure if these items are really bugs, or I just need more information understanding GH foods and how/why they are listed the way they are?
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read pages 24-26 of the GenoType Diet book

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In BTD foods exist in singular relationships.

In GTD they often exist in relationship to other foods (easier seen with software, hence 'GenoHarmonic relationships')

When BTD was in formative stages, there was no knowledge of epigenetic relationships.

Someplace, a prior BTD value will usually carry over in a GenoType which has that blood type as
an entry requirement.
The BTD is a single food 'value' system. The GTD is a multi-food 'relationship' system. They both work in their own way.
When you start moving to GTD and especially towards
SWAMI the food relationships start to grow in number. Sometimes they grow in a manner consistent
with the prior values and other times the relationship between the food relationship alters the
value of a single food in the relationship group.

This is discussed a bit in the GenoHarmonic blog.

Also oftentimes, the prior value is left with a different GenoType that is comprised of  the same blood group.


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Geno Harmonic Foods are unique combinations of certain foods which SWAMI GenoType has determined will yield the maximum epigenetic enhancement.  It goes on to say these Geno-Harmonic food relationships emphasize superbeneficial foods for your blood type and GenoType which contain nutrients that enhance gene methylation (which increases the fidelity of your gene's ability to make good quality copies of itself). Because the loss of gene fidelity is a major hallmark of aging cells, using these food combinations will produce maximum personalized anti-aging effects in your body. Loss of methyl groups over our lifespans is a precondition for a cell's ability to turn cancerous, So these Geno-Harmonic food combinations will also have anti-cancer effects in your body as well.

http://www.dadamo.com/B2blogs/blogs/index.php/2008/03/03/geno-harmony?blog=24


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Today, on advice of Dr Andrew Weil, I switched to stainless steel..

how were we to know that all this time you were using aluminum!!

there s lots of info on aluminum right here, and most avoid it in every form....
http://www.google.com/custom?q.....itesearch=dadamo.com


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Thanks for all the good information, Lola!

However, that still doesn't explain (unless I missed it, which is possible) why if 2 foods are genoharmonic with eachother (food A listed on left, food B listed on right)... why they are not also listed in reverse... Food B IS listed on the left with other foods on the right, but not with food A on the right...  if they're genoharmonic, shouldn't it work both ways?

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sophisticated algorithms and how Dr D has programed swami to compute results might be your answer......if you have programming skills and believe this to be a bug or bug related, try posting your question in the swami bug thread......

http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?m-1247917643/s-41/#num41


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However, that still doesn't explain (unless I missed it, which is possible) why if 2 foods are genoharmonic with each other (food A listed on left, food B listed on right)... why they are not also listed in reverse... Food B IS listed on the left with other foods on the right, but not with food A on the right...  if they're genoharmonic, shouldn't it work both ways?


On the left side:

I think you get the top 30 Geno Harmonic foods. The top 30 is for you personally and and the choice you made in the Geno Harmonic setting on the data intake screen. The program is seeking "maximum epigenetic enhancement" in selecting the thirty.

Once you pass thirty food/beverage items on the left, I believe no additional items are listed.

Not all genohamonic combinations are equal. Note the ratings for foods on the left from 3(very good) stars to 5 stars (exceptional). You may not have any 3 stars if you have lots of 5 stars, since you had so many highly rated combinations.




On the number of foods listed on the right there is a maximum number as well. I think this is 15. The top combination of foods to the food on the left is listed until reaching the maximum number. Once the maximum number of foods listed on the right is reached no additional foods are listed even if there are additional lower rated Geno Harmonic combinations.  If fewer foods match than 15 on the right only those foods are listed (on mine the lowest number in the list on the right is 10).




Note the order of foods listed is alphabetical both on the left and the right and does not indicate a relative ranking of a food combination.


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Thanks, everyone for your input.  That helps to explain it!

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