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Lola
Thursday, January 6, 2011, 1:13am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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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!!!


glad you now know, that everytime you run a swami, best advice is to let it compute the GT, first time, and every other time you decide to tweak it.

enjoy your swami reports to the fullest


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Wow...  I requested SWAMI for Christmas and got it...  Since I had tossed my measurements some time ago, we had to re-measure to enter the data into SWAMI...  Now my torso measures equal to or slightly longer than my legs, so it changed me from book Warrior to 39% Nomad...  The only logical explanation I have is that my spine has been healing enough that it has allowed my pelvis to tilt up more so I can sit straighter...

As you can imagine, I now have several meats to choose from, as well as getting some other foods that I had been "wanting".  I haven't noticed any majors that I don't get now that I really enjoy - but I have just perused the lists so far...

What a wonderfully healing program we have here!


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Lola
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sounds exhilarating!!!
enjoy your kicked up a notch report!


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Quoted from Lola
sounds exhilarating!!!
enjoy your kicked up a notch report!

Thanks Lola, I plan to enjoy it.  

There are some very interesting Genoharmonic combinations for me to fit in...  Definitely going to be a challenge to find some of the foods in the left column...


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Wow...  I requested SWAMI for Christmas and got it...  Since I had tossed my measurements some time ago, we had to re-measure to enter the data into SWAMI...  Now my torso measures equal to or slightly longer than my legs, so it changed me from book Warrior to 39% Nomad...  The only logical explanation I have is that my spine has been healing enough that it has allowed my pelvis to tilt up more so I can sit straighter...


I'll be really interested to hear how you are feeling on the Swamified Nomad plan!


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My obeservations of changing from Gatherer back to explorer again where not so much a criticism more a observation so people could keep checking.

Most software is updated and it's good that it is I think.

I Love my swami! kind regards


Kind Regards PC. FIfHI Swami III Pro

Partner (F) is O+(Non) MN. Duffy Fy(a+b+),  Lewis (a+ b-) Gatherer.
DD ( is O+(Non)NN, Duffy Fy(a+b-) Lewis (a+b-) Gatherer
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Vivian
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I just recalculated my Swami.  When I enter Secretor I am 39% Teacher.  When I enter Non-Secretor or leave it blank, I am 39% Explorer.  I am going to have to order the Secretor test soon to really lock down my GT some more.  It's fun comparing new food recommendations, etc.  

Also, in surfing the BTD webpage, I found that although it is not required as part of the BTD / GTD, Dr. D. does make caloric intake recommendation for losing weight.  He has an automatic calculator too.  http://www.dadamo.com/knowbase/calculators/calc1.htm

Very cool.  I need all the help I can get.

Cheers All...  
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Does one need to have a printer, to run Swami?
Can it go someplace on the computer, to read?
If I get printer connected, can it be printed, out later?
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yes you can save it as a pdf and either look at it on your computer or print it later or save it to a memory card and print it on some one Else's computer. in colour or grey scale.


Kind Regards PC. FIfHI Swami III Pro

Partner (F) is O+(Non) MN. Duffy Fy(a+b+),  Lewis (a+ b-) Gatherer.
DD ( is O+(Non)NN, Duffy Fy(a+b-) Lewis (a+b-) Gatherer
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SWAMI is a web application.

You can enter your data on any machine that is able to access the web.

The data is stored on a server, so you can print it from any other web connected machine at a later time.


I printed mine since I find it easier to work off of paper, but you could view everything online and save paper by not printing.

You may not want to print immediately since sometimes the diet report changes as one makes adjustments to the data entered.

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AS noted by policychecker above those that want to can generate pdf files. This enable you to view (or print) the diet report when you are not connected to the web.


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Quoted from Drea
I'll be really interested to hear how you are feeling on the Swamified Nomad plan!

Drea,
I think the few changes I've made, mostly concentrating on the few more protein choices and less starches, has stimulated the detox / viral fight.  My body hurts all over, I have had little cold / canker sores since changing, and the body odor has kicked up some...  I know there is still lots of detox to do, and it is progressing more and more...

On the SWAMI, it states that Nomads are more susceptible to viral infections, which seems to correlate with my history.


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I'm sorry to hear that you aren't feeling well, Joe, but you'll end up stronger for the effort! Healing thoughts are being sent as I type.


Let go of resistance; feel appreciation for what is, and eagerness for what is coming.
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I'm sorry to hear that you aren't feeling well, Joe, but you'll end up stronger for the effort! Healing thoughts are being sent as I type.

Thanks for the thoughts...  I keep getting better... Although there is still pain involved.


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thanks policyholder and C Sharp, you were both a big help!
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I have a general rule of thumb;

If you gain weight easily or get depressed, gatherer

if your goal in life is 'fun' and you like change, - explorer

if you don't fit into either of those categories - I would say nomad.

This is just based on what I have noticed in friends and family - but I guess since you have SWAMI that is the best guide of all!
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I have a general rule of thumb;

If you gain weight easily or get depressed, gatherer ( I do carry weight at the moment but never depressed

if your goal in life is 'fun' and you like change, - explorer I loooove change and fun;)

if you don't fit into either of those categories - I would say nomad. sure

This is just based on what I have noticed in friends and family - but I guess since you have SWAMI that is the best guide of all!

Funny thing is that I have been all tree
right now I am gatherer ( even I would never ever have picked it myself)  and the funny thing is I think I like the foodlist the best
Rather low carb/less sweet fruit and carbs compared to explorer.
Plenty of fatty dairy and eggs and good meats and fish.

I just seem to be a real cameleon  regarding GT - but stays  Henriette all the time ;9




ENFP -naturalist, visual/spatial and musical/verbal/chatty Dane- Mother to DD Emma age 19,
0 rh- secr ( Hunter or Explorer )
Diamonds, superfoods, Neutral,*black dots, avoids
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ABJoe confrère...as Dr.D once mentioned... we might produce at the same time some  A or more B-reactions to foods .....it depends....


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I just re-ran my swami, took the Myers-Briggs test (turned out ISFP), unticked hypertension in parents (I thought my Mom had it but was wrong), and..... *drumroll* I came out Explorer!!!! I must say I'd thought I was Explorer since I first read the descriptions, but came out Hunter before, or Gatherer if ticked nonnie.

I can't wait to see my new lists      

Oh and it says 40% this time...


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Psoriasis since age 14 - Migrains

SWAMI'd June 2011 - 47% Gatherer
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Quoted from Henriette Bsec

Funny thing is that I have been all tree
right now I am gatherer ( even I would never ever have picked it myself)  and the funny thing is I think I like the foodlist the best
Rather low carb/less sweet fruit and carbs compared to explorer.
Plenty of fatty dairy and eggs and good meats and fish.

I just seem to be a real cameleon  regarding GT - but stays  Henriette all the time ;9




and now I am back to nomad- re ran it with family history ( forgot to put it in at first

Most of the foods stay the same as with gathererbut got better fats imo


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33% Nomad, calories calories!!!!!!
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Quoted from Amazone I.
ABJoe confrère...as Dr.D once mentioned... we might produce at the same time some  A or more B-reactions to foods .....it depends....


I was just thinking about this last night, and I think that's what's been bothering me about the whole thing.  Because for me  I have STRONG qualities of all 3 categories I can be, and I have some MILD qualities of the 4th I could be.  

I know for sure I deal with Teacher issues and fit much of the descriptions.  I know for sure that the same goes for Explorer and Nomad.  Warrior is the one I least identify with, but that doesn't mean it's completely out.  I have the unibrow and every once in 3 blue moons, I need a break from meat.  

But regardless, I started feeling like I should follow the swami that I feel like I'm being like at present.  Like, I think right now I'm struggling with a sluggish liver, a gut that is being too accepting of gunk, and viral stuff.  So, I feel like a Nomad right now.  Of course I also feel overwhelmed with all the allergens and that's very Explorer.  I think when I'm feeling good and in the middle of summer, Teacher would probably fit best, because I'm usually trying to do more than what I should be because I'm feeling better.  And it's not even always WHAT I'm doing by HOW I'm doing it.  I get all charged up and my movements are quicker and my brain is tweaked out etc.  That's totally teacher ish.  Now, I'm all like, chilled out, resting, etc.  So I don't feel like the teacher diet is right any longer.  I followed it for a month and I think I needed the extra carbs.  But now I think I need a little more red meat for blood building, less carbs and need to get rid of allergens and toxins.  So I need something more like my Nomad or Explorer diet.  

So, I think you're right Isa.  I feel like I need to be fluid with my choices.  And that is a very difficult thing.  It's easier on the brain to just follow a list.  Plus, it also means I need to understand what the "foods in question" do.  Like the few foods that switch positions.  Why are blackberries a "black dot" on my Explorer but Neutral on my Teacher and superfoods on my Nomad diet.  Things like that.  There aren't a lot of things that change, but certain ones do.  Avocados are another example.  

None of my lists change so terribly that it's like, WHAT DO I EAT?  But it does have me scratching my head sometimes.  And it becomes more complex than I think someone with ONE blood type.  Which may be why I am that much more sensitive to supplements and what not.  But even said all that, I bet there are people with one blood type that have these ups and downs and have to figure out what best fits at that point.  I don't think the change of seasons only affect AB's.  

Eh?


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So glad to be a Hunter....well sort of.  
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I am so excited, I have to share it with someone !!!!  I found BTD in November and by January bought a Swami for myself and my husband.  He is an O- and clearly a Hunter, no question. I am an A- secreter, however I kept flip flopping between Warrior and Teacher depending on little things I changed in Swami. I feel better and have lost a few pounds but no dramatic improvement.

Last week I ordered a Genotype Kit.  My measurements were good...what I did find out is that I am a NON taster.  Putting Non-taster in Swami clearly makes me a Warrior, no matter what other little things I change.

I am so happy to finally have a clear direction.  So if any of you are slipping from one genotype to another try a PROP Taster Test.  Wish I had not been so cheap and bought the genotyping kit in January...but I am VERY happy to be starting my Warrior Plan !!!  



Married to a wonderful O- sec Hunter - he has already lost his 15 pounds...I have a few more to go    We both follow SWAMI

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you did not take one of the tester strips, right?

the pack has two kinds of taster strips
the tester
and the ones with PROP


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Lola,

I did both a blank and a test strip.  I actually did three of the colored test strips just to be sure  

Definitely a nontaster  


Married to a wonderful O- sec Hunter - he has already lost his 15 pounds...I have a few more to go    We both follow SWAMI

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