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Mayflowers
Wednesday, February 17, 2010, 1:54am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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How has WHEAT affected   anyone I am really new ,at the diet. It  has helped me with Thyroid weight and feeling better, I have lost 12 lbs but with a lot workouts type a was rough to give up the Meat and potatoes


Hi Warrior,
Welcome    Great that you're feeling better and lost weight! Not an easy feat for a Warrior. We're pretty thrifty.  I've been eating vegetarian the last week. Even though I can have fish, turkey, cornish hens, duck and veal, I wanted to see how I feel..Well except for the sore throat I caught from my little son (He's almost eighteen) I was feeling pretty good. Sometimes I really miss my mother's meat balls and sausage in her homemade spaghetti sauce...
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keep up the good work!
all sound like great results, warrior~


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I'd like to be a chocolate eating Explorer! I think I'm half....SWAMI has
me as 50% Teacher.


RH+, slight taster, Warrior
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My daughter and I both did SWAMIXpress last summer. Then I did the National Geographic haplogroup test, and we both added the results to our SWAMIs. Daughter's food list changed a lot (she went from being 48% Teacher/Receptor to 47% Warrior/Reactor), but mine didn't change much at all. We're both A nonnies, but not the same GenoType. A real mind-bender.
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got a male sibling to have him do your Y chromosome line?
or a son, to have him do your daughter s Y chromosome line?
or your hub, for your daughter s full report
then you d have the whole picture!


''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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i just got my swami xpress yesterday and was SURE that i was a gatherer due to the book, but the program has me at 43% explorer.  i can't say that i'm too upset (except for the cheeses that i lost! ).  my swami diet actually seems more similar to my btd than what i had figured my gtd to be so that's interesting, but it's still a hybrid so i'm glad i spent the money on it.  

also, the time lockout was a matter of a few hours for me, not the full day that others had commented on before.  i kinda wish i had known this at the time so i could have played with figures more in the beginning.
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Warrior 430,
That's great that you lost 12 lbs.  It is hard to give up old foods, but what are you eating now that you like?  Good news about the thyroid also!
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Welcome Warrior430.. glad you are feeling better .


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"Do not try to satisfy your vanity by teaching a great many things. Awaken people's curiosity. It is enough to open minds; do not overload them." Anatole France

"Healthy people have the least overt symptoms from eating avoid foods." Dr. D'Adamo
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Hello Warrior430!

There is a great depth of help and companionship waiting for you here!  There are no dumb questions.  We treat newbies with respect, since we were all newbies once, and want to share our great experiences!

Quoted from nwiser
I'd like to be a chocolate eating Explorer! I think I'm half....SWAMI has
me as 50% Teacher.
Try experimenting with chocolate (or carob), clarified butter, and agave syrup!  That 50% is your first Principle Component in your Swami.  All the other Principle Components will contain the similarity of your Swami to the other "book" Genotypes and your blood type from the BTD.  It is almost a complete certainty that your Explorer component is not 50%.

If Explorer was also 50% your individual needs would look like a perfect balancing act between Teacher and Explorer, while avoiding any resemblance to anything else!  

If that is you, circus tightrope walkers might start bugging you to reveal your secrets!  


My weight loss goal: 220 lbs.  A 6'4" dyslexic oddball: the size of a line-backer, the silhouette of Winnie-the-Pooh.
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I didn't change genotype but now after swami input so many items I could have with the BTD book/GTD book I can/can't have with SWAMI. THIS IS DRIVING ME CRAZY, AND IT'S EXPENSIVE TO BUY, THEN TO GET RID OF AND THEN TO BUY AGAIN!!!

for instance,
before
figs bad, then good, now bad.
spinach bad, bad, now good.
rice good, bad, bad
soy good, bad, bad
almonds bad, good, bad
walnuts bad, good, bad
tomato bad, good, bad

don't know how long i can take all these changes, i just want to cry  


Tina
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you don t have to buy again, ever!!
now that s good news, right?

once you begin resetting you can tweak again and watch swami give you back certain items......and all this process while healing......too good to be true, right?


''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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I don't know Lola, I thought I wouldn't when i started GTD. And I haven't even put in my head size yet on SWAMI.


Tina
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run it until all your possible data has been added .....


''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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Can anyone tell me where I can find the perentages on the Swami? at first it calculated me as a Warrior, now a Teacher...I feel I could be a cross of both. Everyone is talking about how they are 50% this and 35% that...where does it tell you in the program what your percentages are?
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This must be tough for most people to figure out. I am just glad that mine is obvious. It helped me to put some aspects of myself into perspective.  

It would be nice if everyone's genotype was as obvious.  I must be a "text book" case Nomad. Everything fits.

Now if I could just figure out how to constantly travel AND take care of my responsibilities?  
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Quoted from 8614
Can anyone tell me where I can find the perentages on the Swami? at first it calculated me as a Warrior, now a Teacher...I feel I could be a cross of both. Everyone is talking about how they are 50% this and 35% that...where does it tell you in the program what your percentages are?


First make sure when selecting the report type, that it is not the abbreviated one.  Then check on the results page on your swami report, about the fourth page down.  

PS: sorry, forgot to mention: Welcome to the forum and nice to see you  choosing SwamiX to guide your journey.




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beachbum, also,


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Click on 'Member Center' at the top of this page, then on 'Avatar Settings' on the left, to select an avatar, to share your blood type with us.

Add information below your avatar setting, in the 'Profile Information' section, typing in the 'Personal Message box': (Rh+/-, secretor status; subtype A1 or A2, MN blood typing information)

Create a Signature that will appear at the bottom of every message you post.

Indicate your gender, age, and location in the 'Personal Information' section.

http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b=ref
read the threads in the Reference Section.
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Haven't changed anything on swami for a month or so. just re ran it and I'm now an Explorer again. with a lot of changes too, all very interesting

I have always said i was 42 % Gatherer, 43 % Explorer and 13 % Hunter.

Going to re run the rest of the Family now and see what happens. Lucky as I was just about to order Supplements.


Kind Regards PC. FIfHI Swami III Pro

Partner (F) is O+(Non) MN. Duffy Fy(a+b+),  Lewis (a+ b-) Fructose Malabsorber. Explorer.
DD (7) is O+(Non) Lewis (a+b-) (Fructose Malabsorption)54% Gatherer ?

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From Goldie to Lola..

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I was assigned my type by the earlier newsletter adviser. goldie


are you referring to the first GTD site?  YES   the one administered by Waterfront?

I did not see this before.. sorry..  



Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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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
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The harder you are on yourself, the easier life will be on you!
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My mother and I were talking about this very thing tonight.

When we started the GTD we both measured eachother very carefully, more than once to make perfectly sure. Than we did the calculations and the book said we were both Warriors.

We both followed the diet and didn't feel any noticeable changes. In fact, I had noticed way more change when I just followed the A BTD when I first started.

As I swami'd myself I've found that I'm now a Teacher 42%. And tonight as we were chatting I told her to get off her computer and let me look at it. I let the computer calculate her genotype and she is a Nomad by 30%. FINALLY!!! This all made her foods make complete sense. No wonder she wasn't able to lose weight and hasn't noticed any real significant changes with her diet.

I just wanted to pose a question that I have thought about a few times now... What is the point of the genotype book if the majority of people seem to miscalculate their type so often? I personally don't think I'll be sharing the Genotype book with my clients. I will show them the btd and if they want more info I will take them right to Swami. That really makes the most sense. Why even genotype? Anyone feel differently? lol *opening up a can of worms*... aren't I?  


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two things come to mind: $$$$ and health issues

Swami may be out of reach for some people and BTD may be too generalized for some.  The next best economical alternative will be GTD book, they can even get it from a library ...

Geno typing oneself is not always difficult, it may require a bit of research and watching a few videos, but except for very unique cases, it should be easy enough to determine and produce better results than BTD.

Of course there are those unique individuals like myself who carry strong influences from very dominant genes from both parents, one with a Warrior like ancentry and the other with the explorerhood/teacher traits.  Even Swaming requires a few attempts to get it right ...

So, I believe they are all very useful, each stage with its own set of customers ... based in the circumstances I will not discard any of them: BTD, GTD or Swamix ...





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What is the point of the genotype book if the majority of people seem to miscalculate their type so often? I personally don't think I'll be sharing the Genotype book with my clients.



Whether you use SWAMI or GenoType, you need to have accurate measurements to get good results.

The book explains the measurements more completely than the software. So the book is helpful to correctly use the software by oneself.

If you are taking the measurements for your clients, than they may not need the book for this.

The book also explains the concept more completely than the SWAMI data reports.  It is helpful if clients understand some of the whys of the diet. It is cheaper for my clients to spend $14 on a book than to pay to have me spend several hours explaining epigenetics, detoxification, haplogoups, ... to them individually (although some would rather pay than read).


MIfHI                            I follow a SWAMI diet.

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my clients all first read the book, then they get a swami if interested......

not the other way around!!!


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