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Gale D.
Monday, September 7, 2009, 7:38pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I have these conditions:

-- low stomach acid, gastroparesis and nutcracker esophagus

-- mitral valve prolapse

-- pre-Diabetic (severe reactive hypoglycemia & insulin resistance)


In SWAMI should I check these?:

Have you been diagnosed with bowel disease

Have you been diagnosed with heart disease

Have you been diagnosed with Diabetes


Also...

My jaws were damaged in an accident, and I have had semi-successful surgery to repair them. I don't have the typical "TMJ" often caused by a bad bite and grinding of the teeth.

Temporomandibular Joint Disease is "any process that causes pain in the temporomandibular joint".

Is the damage and severe pain considered arthritis/joint disease for the purposes of SWAMI?




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Plucky
Monday, September 7, 2009, 7:46pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Do it just for the fun of it, one at a time, and see what happens.  I checked the box for cancer just to see what would happen, but the only change I could see was a major shift in my genoharmonic food list.  You can change those boxes over and over to see what happens.




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yes, check all three...
the jaw issue was from the accident, so no need checking the arthritis box, unless you consider yourself prone.


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Heidi
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Did you see a change to your food lists when you checked the digestive/bowel disease box?

I hadn't checked that box until a couple of days ago when I looked up an A-Z list of digestive diseases and found that gallbladder and gallstones were on the list. That one little tick made some huge changes.  I had to reprint my dairy, live foods, and vegetable protein pages.



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Quoted from Heidi
Did you see a change to your food lists when you checked the digestive/bowel disease box?

I hadn't checked that box until a couple of days ago when I looked up an A-Z list of digestive diseases and found that gallbladder and gallstones were on the list. That one little tick made some huge changes.  I had to reprint my dairy, live foods, and vegetable protein pages.


If one has had gall bladder surgery would one still check this box for digestive diseases?
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Yes you can still get gallstones even without a gall bladder so the process still exists. I certainly would.


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Gale D.
Tuesday, September 8, 2009, 2:28am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I toggled all the blank boxes on, and it did not change my foodlists or genoharmonics.




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Toggle everything on at once may cancel out the effects of any of them.

This is because some will raise a food up in the rankings and another will move the same food down in the rankings.


MIfHI                            I follow a SWAMI diet.
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Toggle everything on at once may cancel out the effects of any of them.

This is because some will raise a food up in the rankings and another will move the same food down in the rankings.


I did them one at a time, viewed the results, then turned them all on and viewed the results. Nothing changed in my food lists/genoharmonics either way.





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