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Cristina
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There have been a few signs with me lately that are putting me in alert mode.  I think I burnt inside, the top of my mouth, had a small irritation there that made it hard to drink hot drinks or chew food.  Used celtic salt granules (dab inside with my finger) last night before going to bed and today was much better, hardly feel it there.

Something got into the corner of my eye the other day and since I have had this dry skin area, just on the outside corner of the eye.  Rubbed the sap of a cut Aloe Vera leaf and that is much better today.

I was supposed to be at the dentist today to remove my last bit of amalgam, but woke up with a bit of a 'not quite sore but not 100% either' throat and decided not to go.  My DH made me green tea and brought it to bed, I added a bit of Agave syrup to it and enjoy it.

But, did I really?  My gosh, a few minutes after drinking the tea I felt sick, queasy, wanting to get sick but not quite there.  So, I quickly prepared breaky and after eating it I felt much better.

So, I checked what I have been eating the past few days and honey and dried dates figured high in the scheduled.  Honey in breakfast, snacks, tea, coffee.  Munching on dates and walnuts, after 6pm and exercise routine fig fat zero.

This morning as I was having breakfast, i reach for the Mapple syrup to garnish it, instead of usual honey.  SwamiX has placed honey in the Black Dots and Mapple Syrup as SF and my intuition today goes with it.  Not blame honey, but my overindulgance of it!!!
Or was it the fact that I have been eating some avoids according to the new Swami: Blueberries most days for breakfast (now avoids) and Gouda cheese quite a bit for lunch and on dinner dishes.
The other thing I noticed is that the ingredients of the dried dates I have been eating include not only 100% dates, but also vegetable oil!! Who knows what kind: hidden avoid here?
And the wheats SFs before avoids now. I had the occasional pasta, pie and pizza dish, including the odd tomatoes (also avoids now).

Have I stirred the natural levels of candina in the system?  Everything else seems normal, except my weight has this week plateau at 87kg.

In conclusion I will be very watchful of what I eat in the future and strictly stick to the Warrior diet. I do not want this to develop into anything but best health.  




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we all need to go easy on the sugar reaching a certain age, you know.....


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So, my warrior compliant breakfast today was:

Wake up: Green tea (D), agave (N) , water (D)
Quinoa (SF) flakes (boiled in a 2 part water with a bit of Celtic salt (SF)), served over some dried Goji(SF) berries and frozen Blackberries (D), dab with plain yogurt(SF), sprinkled with Chia seeds (N), pumpkin seeds(D), sesame seeds (N), Brewers yeast (N) and topping it all with a bit of Maple syrup(D).

It felt great!!

A couple of hours later I had Coffe (D) sprinkled with organic chocolate (SF) and a tiny bit of Agave (N)  Syrup.

My Lunch:

Slice of Flaxseed bread (D) with peccorino cheese (D)

Summary for day:

Ratings:
Diamonds: 8
Superfoods: 5
Neutrals: 5

Food Groups:
Dairy: Yogurt
Veg Protein: Pumpkin seeds, Chia seeds, Sesame seeds
Carbohydrates: Quinoa
Fruits: Blackberries, Goji
Spices: Chocolate
Beverages: Water, Green Tea, Coffee
Condiments: Maple syrup, Celtic salt, Brewers yeast, Agave syrup x2

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My Swami has has Nutritional Yeast as SF and Bakers yeast as Neutral.  I have a packet of british Brewers Yeast which is what I used for my breakfast above.  What rating shall I give this?  




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Been alot of dust around, we all have allergy like symptoms and sore throats here too


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I only get brewer s down here powdered .....
think baker s is synonymous of brewer s, cause I wouldn t think of supplementing with yeast used for making bread!! lol
no one has heard of nutritional, down here, unfortunately.


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Regarding Brewers Yeast:

On reading the ingredients:
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Dried yeast with added thiamin (b1) and riboflavin (B2). ....Classed as a nutritional, non-baking yeast.
unquote

So, is it subtitution for Nutritional yeast here?  The brand is Soland (packed in Australia) and bought it at a HFS.  They did not seem to know about nutritional yeast per say.




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as I previously mentioned, swami has both ratings
Yeast, Bakers
Yeast, Nutritional

I consider the first to be the equivalent of brewer s.

so to answer your question, no, brewer s is not to be considered nutritional,
it is less sweet than nutritional.

nutritional grows on sweet tubers like beets.
there are many sites explaining the differences.


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Try the great Ironwood Cottage in Sandgate.  It's not far off the M1 and you could enjoy a walk around the lagoon near there too and enjoy the quaint shops, not far from the nice foreshore there too.  http://www.startlocal.com.au/retail/healthfood/qld_brisbane/Ironwood_Cottage_1424799.html

They have wholesale flours (1/2 price compared to supermarket!), dried fruits (including preservative free), baked breads, free-range organic hormone-free meats, free-range fruit and veg.  Biggest range of orgran products I've seen.  
Big range of healthy snacks and lots of things I've never seen before.  Helpful staff too, you could give them a call and find out if they've got Yerba Mate.  I bet they have!


Hope you saw my previous post!


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I found some Yerba Mate today at a place called About Life. And over priced organic shop here in Balmain, NSW. Its incredibel how the word organic just ups the price instantly. Do you have the About life franchise over there?
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Hi Christina,

Before going off hunting for Yerba Mate give a couple of Woolworths a ring to see if any are in stock.  I have found packets of 25 teabags made by 'Lotus Peak' packaged in W.A. (www.lotuspeak.com.au) just here in my local supermarket!

Was so excited to see them by accident only to find out that they are only neutral for me.  These were found in the tea section of the supermarket but you may want to check in the health section (store variation).  Lotus Peak also make a gentle white tea which I have had in the past and the Yerba Mate was alongside this tea.  

Good luck  
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There has been a slight change of plan and my son gets here on Friday instead of tomorrow Wednesday.  Thanks for the tip Shells, I 'll check local woolies for it.

I am pretty happy today.  The scales started moving again and today I weight 86.0, a whole new Kg down!

I had a couple of days last week where I was not feeling too good (those nasty dust storms here could have been responsible), but it did not develop into anything.  The only supplement I used was a couple of Proberries a couple of days and the protein blend when I was not feeling up to even cook breaky or lunch.  What a savior with a few fruit pieces and allowed juices in a smoothie.  Pick me up delicious!!

Also, the change of GT means my Teacher supps, which I just bought, are stuck in the pantry ... Not ordering the warrior stuff yet until a few more days on this path.

I made fresh soy milk (SF) this week and have been using it in my coffee.  I have beautiful Okara from the process, which I am planning to use in some patties today.   Great stuff to increase use of Veg proteins.

1 cup of vegies 5 times a day says my Swami, and I have been trying hard to comply which may explain how those nasty symptoms earlier were kept in check.  Lots of antioxidants and good organic stuff most from my garden to fight them off.

Ah, also, I received an e-mail from a local supplier of american PawPaw plants which he grows in his nursery.  So we (DH and I) are planning to pay the nursery a visit and come home with some plants.  I do have areas of bush undergrowth in my land, as suggested by C_Sharp, so I should be able to find them a suitable snugly spot to grow them.  If not, the Tea Tree forest across the road looks good too ... Joking!, would not dare to introduce exotics there, love that forest too much!





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Hey, sounds like your green thumb is great for your tummy.  Paw paw !  Fantastic.  I found info on growing it and will post it on the aussie thread when finished researching.  Clever you making soy milk.  Congrats on the weight loss!

We're so glad the dust has gone away too all had sore throats here and sinus problems.
  
About HFS, I went into a Mrs Flannerys store (gourmet type chain health food store in Brisbane) yesterday and got out as quick as I could.  I couldn't believe how expensive everything was, later went to the Chemist Warehouse and got a Calcium vitamin for $11 that was $20 in Flannery's!   Even the wholesale flours were $2 a kg more than the Ironwood Cottage.  It scared me to see how exclusive and trendy it was in there, health food is a big business.  Saw alot of processed food in fancy packaging and very little actual fruit and veg in there.

I'll be sticking with basic food for a while on our very basic budget, though the Ironwood Cottage will get some visits from me, even though it's a few suburbs away!

BTW about supplements, I saw Jumari on here offering to sell his Warrior supplements at a discounted rate somewhere.  You should PM him!


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Thanks GW, and yes, HFS is a big business, that is why I do not take those trips to the HFS that often and make the effort of trying to source things in bulk (ie organic soybeans ) and make or grow things myself.  But it is not always possible ... $$$$.

It is my DD's 25th this weekend, and I am ordering a SWAMIX for her gift.  She had some of my proberries this morning, looks a bit flueish.  I adviced her to stay away from dairy and wheat for a few days at least.  She is an A, so hopefully that is a good advice.

Also, I am not sure how much use of SwamiX she will have to start with, but I showed it to her this morning and she understands it will be good for her to have.  She sees how much progress I am making and healthy looking all the time.  She reckons I have good genes and I have given her good genes too, but, I said, you still got to look after them if you want them to keep on working for you.  She is a very fit young girl, very active, runs RPM classes at the local gym, and body attack too I think.  She could be Teacher or Warrior, got to take her measurements ...   




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In answer to a relevant PM:

In the not too distant past (maybe 3 months ago now), I had great difficulty to go to sleep.  Now I know that what was really keeping me awake was what I was eating: all the wheat (got white lines, so nononono wheat), sugar foods (ice cream, lots of sugar in tea, cakes, biscuits - could not help it, craving terrible ...), tomatoes galore, chilli, nightshades, not so many vegies, too much wrong fruit (never thought there could be such thing as too much fruit, but too much fructose can be as bad as wheat for the specif person like me) and generally eating wrong for my type.

I had a duodenal ulcer very early in life (there is that gut thing again), and I had periods in my life when, looking back, without knowing about BTD, I was naturally eating right for me.  That helped me enough to keep me in a sort of healthy state, but my weight kept on creeping on and on and on and other symptoms started appearing, that annoying continuous need of getting rid of that mucus down my throat and then just before I joined this forum,  deficiency in B12 and iron were spotted in my blood.  This started to awaken feelings of fear that something was really wrong with me.

So, that is how I came to this forum and this way of life. I have had an amazing response from just eating the right foods (and in a very short time), including yogurt and right cheeses in my diet to fix gut. Those mucus symptoms are now a thing of the past, including the many other 'little' things that kept on creeping up and we take to accept them as part of living, old age, or unlucky genes ..., together with the lack of sleep (as I posted in another thread discussion today), they are all part of my past.  All of this by mostly eating the right food stuff.

I have not started yet to take supplements in a regular basis, because of Genotype tweaking: I was Teacher and now I am Warrior, I do not have the warrior ones yet, but I have ordered them (have to check post office today), and I plan to use them as needed.

I am now a firm believer that if you give your body what it needs in the form of proper food and lifestyle then the body will respond back by giving us that amazing feeling that comes from living in a healthy state, to your full potential.  I may not have reached that 100 % state yet, but hey, I am sure way down the right path. I keep on sharing my experiences and asking question for whatever I do not get, no shame on that, the end prize is worth it.     




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We're all aiming for that state of health and we're here to help each other along.  I've still got mucus in my throat at the moment and put it down to wheat, since I've added that back into my diet because of the colonoscopy coming up and wanting any problem with wheat to show up.  Can't wait to get that over and done with (been waiting 6 months!)

Did you check with Jumari - he might want to sell some Teacher Supplements he had (I posted that on this thread before somewhere)


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Did you check with Jumari - he might want to sell some Teacher Supplements he had (I posted that on this thread before somewhere)


Well, I was waiting for Jumari to show up to talk to him, have not seen him around for a while.  But things worked out in a funny way (as I hint the other day), and even without ordering them, the Warrior supps are turning at my address today, due to some missed up in deliveries.  There is a reason for everything, and although they were not meant for me initially by the sender, some higher power brought them to me!!  Of course I am paying for this order I did not order, mind you with a 10% discount for accepting it, but suits my type, obviously, It seems like Swami moves in strange ways and have higher links with the universe ... How could I not accept that!!!  




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Thanks Lola, I am not sure if available in Australia. Will check with Gina, although, thinking about it, I think they might all be at the Sydney Mind festival.  That is where Jenny and Jumari and others might be now, or be ready to go there soon.  Jenny posted something about it somewhere, and Gina sent me an invite to it, but unfortunately I can not make it.  I need to check those posts and e-mail.




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Mind Body and Spirit Festivals in Sydney from Thursday 5th November through to Sunday 8th November and Melbourne from Friday 20th November to Sunday 22nd November.
Please refer to http://www.mbsfestival.com.au for full details.

Our Distributor Gina will be there too.




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Actually I am at home, but slightly off the air as I am trying to focus on other things rather than a four hour trip each way into the Sydney traffic (ugh). Also not on the board much due to changes in my computer set up, trying to limit internet use. Using all those extra hours to practice the fiddle, wait for my second grandson to arrive, prepare for a birthday party next weekend  and plan a little romantic get away soon. But be sure, I will be checking in to all your wonderful research and progress from time to time.



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Hi Jenny!! Was wondering what you were up to??!! Had planned to email you to say hi!!! All the best with your new grandson, birthday party & romantic get away!!
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Hi Jenny!! ... All the best with your new grandson, birthday party & romantic get away!!


Ditto Jenny, have lots of fun!!  




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Well, my Warrior supps arrived yesterday afternoon.  I started taken them in this morning: The Warrior 3 pack and the Multivitamins!

Also, today I started serious excercising in the Gym.  Went for gym fitness scan about 2 weeks ago, but since then could not make it.  There is again that blood type A excuse for not exercising seriously, like getting a good sweaty workout. Thanks DD for getting me such good deal $$$ on it.

I have been feeling fantastic, I seem to be eating heaps of food, the 5 cups a day vegie thing is the driver...  But my weight is still stuck on 86kg.  Weigh myself this morning.  I think that now with the supps and the extra workouts, things will be moving on a bit faster.  

I am not in a hurry, I did not get here overnight (I know I am repeating myself here), but I am feeling healthy, happy, active, alert, generous, assertive, look glowing, feel flexible, in other words the good genes are working well.  The extra activity and nutritional push from the supps, will assist in creating more muscle and pushing the fat load away.

No, I have not ordered the weigh loss pack, it was a toss between the Warrior supps and that, and then the Warrior supps turned up ...




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