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here it was around 7 pm, when you posted, still Saturday though ......almost 8 in NY....for reference


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Cristina,

Congrats on a great Aussie athlete, Cadel Evans! He is the current leader of Le Tour de France!
I'm afraid Lance Armstrong has fallen so far back now due to 2 crashes today! He will  now support his team mate Levi, who is in 8th place.
They are in one of my favorite spots in France, the Jura, in the Alps.
I think I need to go out and ride my bike now!


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Thanks for the great news!!!  We have been so engrossed on the soccer world cup, that have err to check the tour!!!  unforgiven!!!  I hope I do get to see some of it after today, how much longer before it ends?  and yes, we do see lots of bike riders around here, hope you did grab yours!!!  




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Yes indeed!
The Tour lasts 3 weeks total. We are in the second week..mostly Alps and Haute Provence.
Next week will see it in the Pyrenees, up the Atlantic coast a little then on to the finish on the Champs Elysee in Paris. We have daily replays here in the States, hopefully in Australia, too? The scenery alone is worth watching!
Hows the hunt for home gym equipment? Productive, I hope.


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I cannot get free to air TV in my acreage, so I do not know if they are showing it in normal TV, but I can easily tune into some of my pay TV channels, there is bound to be one showing it, I have flicked through it before!!!  And yes, the scenery alone is worth watching!!!  Lucky french!!!  

Still on the hot trail for gym equipment, I am going to another place to check their equipment this morning and hopefully we may then be ready to make decision ...




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it has been a few days without checking in here.

Lola, thanks for the time update!  I worked out that I need to add 10hrs to whatever date and time is shown on the posts to see when they were posted.  Sometimes I use that as reference for the many things I have going ... forget to record on my books, but I am bound to have been here chatting away, that I can remember and refer to better ..,

I have been naughty for the last 10 days or so, no supps at all, but I have been eating and drinking very well, and also keeping active ... Eating lots of fermented goodies, yogurts, savory bean loaves and my yummy heavenly fermented, no-knead breads!!!  Soon I will have my sauerkrat and fermented parsley and cucumber combo plus the fruit kinchi, which is already in the fridge, ready to serve.  

I am also very proud of myself!  DD took me to the movies last night to see 'Knight and Day'.  The one with Cameron Diaz and Tom Cruise ... 6:30pm show.  In preparation, I packed  a couple of my oats, buckwheat biscuits and a handful of soaked almonds and dates.  Plus I managed to hide my bottle of water in my handbag as well!! DD wanted to shout me drinks and lollies from the movie shop, but I kindly refused.  I felt so good munching on my goodies, enjoying the lighthearted, almost histerically ridicoulus Tom's stunts in the movie and my DD's company ... that I only had a glimpse of a moment to feel sad for all those other movie goers  munching and drinking their avoids  (sugar loaded, fat overloaded and chemically enhanced food items on sale)





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I have also been enjoying a bit of the Tour le France ... Lovely views all right!!! ... will come back later, got to get ready for puppy school tonight!!!  




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OK, my new goal for the day is to read this thread from start to finish.  I am nearly done with what I can answer on my own SWAMI.  Have to redo my fingerprints, I did a lousy job yesterday using the ink and paper at work.  Will try again today.  I pressed way too hard and had too much ink on my fingers.  But I *did* notice that I have white lines on my fingerprints!  They are not white on my fingers but in the prints.  So *thats* why Dr. D called them white lines.  I always thought he meant *on* the fingers themselves.  Duh!  

My daughter is studying to be a medical lab technician and had to draw blood from many people last semester, so I am going to talk to her this weekend about the serotyping panel.  Maybe she could do it for me or at least give me some info.  Last resort is going to my doctor.  He's about 5 years younger than me, very fit, and highly energetic.  He's the "just eat healthy" type, but has a pretty open mind.  Especially if he sees results.  I would assume he could order the A1/A2, Lewis, and MN, but we'll see.  If not, surely he knows what this is and can point me in the right direction.  If he's completely clueless, I'm gonna rub it in his face and call him an ignoramus.  
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Adam, regarding the fingerprints, I use my scanner, they are a lot easier to read on the screen and you can blow them up to desired size ....  Try first without pressing too hard on the glass, just let it rest ... that worked for me ... others find it easier by pressing harder ...  see how you go ...

Yes, it is a complete new language this lifestyle here!! I am still deciphering some of the jargon ... But the discoveries are worth it!!!   Good luck with your doc ...  




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Before I go to bed (yawning) I just got to share this wonderful moment!! My Zuri was assessed at puppy school and got promoted to the next level of obedience training!!! She was the first one in the group to achieve this, and the youngest!!

All of a sudden I realized that we could not have achieved this without:

I, Reaching a high enough level of balanced energy to allow open flow communication between puppy and I.  Meditation, relaxation, (alternate nostril breathing) ...  

I, Demonstrating endurance when I was able to keep up with the training requirements and physically control a boisterous 7 months old puppy that when it stands in two legs reaches past my shoulders!!! Being active, walking, exercising with fun, maintaining a healthy diet that nourishes bones and mass ...

I, Maintaining a consistant level of compliance to true to type lifestyle that saw me conquering bad lab results and replacing them with positive ones in a very short time.  

It has been nearly a year, and in this lifestyle journey I not only expect to reach optimal health status at my destination, but I also get to uncover who I truly am on my way there.  Also, the beauty of it all is that, as you can see tonight, I get to enjoy the journey all the way there!!!  By diligently applying the formula laid out for my lifestyle I can truly enjoy life ... thanks Dr D for showing me this way of life ... Yes, I am going to bed feeling a little be prouder of myself tonight !!!    





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Adam, regarding the fingerprints, I use my scanner, they are a lot easier to read on the screen and you can blow them up to desired size ....  Try first without pressing too hard on the glass, just let it rest ... that worked for me ... others find it easier by pressing harder ...  see how you go ...

Yes, it is a complete new language this lifestyle here!! I am still deciphering some of the jargon ... But the discoveries are worth it!!!   Good luck with your doc ...  


DUH!!!  I've got a scanner and I will use that.  Excellent!  *rubbing hands together*  (just don't rub your fingerprints off, Adam)

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Cristina,

I know that you are mostly compliant with your diet...but...when you have strayed, what happens?
I am curious because I have been very strict on my GT teacher diet for 2 months ( BTD for one year before that ) and today I went off BIG time!
My Mom and I enjoyed lunch at a Victorian Tea House. I had a small green salad and small bowl of fresh seasonal fruit with assorted finger sandwiches and wonderful tea.
Finally we savored a lucious berry scone with Devonshire cream, lemon curd and  berry preserves. Oh, then a small piece of lemon bar and shortbread cookie.
Within 1 hour I began to feel nausea! I have not had yeast or gluten in 2 months so I wonder if that was the main culprit????
What do you think?
I did take a Deflect as soon as I got home and am feeling better now...7 hours later!


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You are talking to a non-gluten sensitive person here.  For me, the sugar, the cream and the fat would have been enough to have me retching for days!!!!

Obviously, although Teachers, we have different needs.  I say, it was a combination of all, and on hindshight, you would probably make better choices next time. But, hey, life is life, so do not beat yourself around it, bad genes feed on that, fogging your brain with guilt so they can sneak in easily.  Instead, take it as a learning experience and resolve to embrace your true type fully in all situations from now on!

In those rare occasions when I consiously allowed black dots in, or avoids sneaked in, my bowel movements will let me know pretty soon!!! Even with beneficials, if I overindulge in fats and cheese particularly, I notice!!! It used to be worse with a lot of brain fogginess (bad genes love that because that is when we cannot make clear decisions, staying on the negative side of things, beating ourselves and becoming the easy prey for them), routines go out the window and meal and exercise plan suffer.  So when face with these bouts of not compliance, I pay attention, and like you, I immediately go into repair mode: Deflect, Polyflora, yogurts, chamomile teas, fermented food like tempeh, turmeric, lots of stir fry vegies, and water drinking ... I suggest to stay double hydrated because the body will be in detox mode trying to get rid of the toxins ... and try to meditate more and keep moving ... I know the repair process worked when I come out of that toilet visit with a big smile on my face.  :"Back to normal", hubby comments, and he smiles too, I think he does not feel safe when I stray from my 'true to type' mode, I usually let the household know!!  




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Yep, nothing like a toilet visit to put a big smile on my face.  

Love this thread, Cristina.  
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OHHHHH thank you Cristina!

I did do the polyflora, deflect, water and yogurt. I knew you would know what is best for these teacher genes! I actually am going to do SWAMI next so I can be sure.

I did get over the nausea but wow, did my sinuses let me know I was a naughty girl!

OK...off to walk then Yoga later today! Thanks so much Cristina!

Just curious...what breed is Zuri?


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Ahh, Rodhesian Ridgeback, I have to update that photo!

And, I forgot about that mucousy thing at the back of my throat!!! That is something that flares up early enough if something is no good in the diet, stress or lifestyle in general!!! The oral hygiene, lemon water drinking and appropriate protocols come in handy too.  I am also coming  from a background or bleeding ulcer a year or so after I got married!!!  Healed up pretty quick though!!!  All in the past, I am now here and feeling great!!




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I do not have time now, off to shopping!! But I just had for breakfast the most delicious sourdough pikelets!!! except that they do not taste like sourdough at all!!!!

Now I know what to do with the excess starter!!!  Back later this arvo!!!  




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give away starter to your neighbors......or bake all the bread, slice up and freeze.....

pop for a few minutes in oven, frozen.....tastes like freshly baked


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Well I am back!!!   see the grin?   shopping was good!!!  the goodies will be here on Tuesday ...  No more excuses about not exercising  ... or walking .... or jogging .... or strengthening .... I need something to calm me down!!!

Back to my pikelets: I have posted the recipe in the Fermenting and sprouting thread ...

I will make some more for the kids breakfast tomorrow morning !!!!  

No lunch today, just munching on dates and soaked nuts,   3:30pm here already so, a couple of slices spelt bread and peanut butter will keep us going to tonight ... I will have to have some supps to complement this crazy day ... nice day ...

Not worry about the weight so much, it is the bone density, joint flexibility and balanced metabolic rate that I am trying to look after.  I will weigh myself before I first set foot on my new equipment, just to mark this milestone moment of becoming more in tune with my Swami Xpress requirements ...  




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Thanks Lola for all those suggestions, duly noted!!

I said it earlier, I had been naughty with my supps and today even with my meals, hardly ate until dinner.  Before that I went outside to give Zuri and myself (since we did not do our daily walk today due to shopping trip) a good run ... Well I managed to exhaust her to the point of crashing in the couch (zuri, not me) and she is fast asleep now.  Lucky her!!  I had to prepard dinner and for the first time in months felt a bit light headed!!  ding dong ding dong,  warning signs bells!!!!

So, even before we served the meals I had all my supps lined up:

Calm Focus Pack: Tranquility Base, Attentia and Methyl 12 Plus (to reduce stress caused by lack of sleep from a month of soccer waltching, messing up meals schedules due to shopping research for home gyms equipment and lots of changes at home with new buildings coming up ... extra householders, kids running around (forgot what all that was like)

Histona and Cortiguard to aid in circulation, to complement Tranquility base to help metabolise cortisol.

Occubright, something I like to have regularly (but have not for a few days) to keep my eyesight healthy and improving ...

Deflect to scrub things inside and shake out toxins built by stressing the body

Polyflora to re-inforce the good beasties in the gut.

I think I have not been drinking enough water either, got to go back to filling my 4 bottles and use that as a guide ... You think you are on top, and then things go heywire without noticing  I have noticed a bit of dryness in my elbows, not the usual supple, silky skin feeling I am used to ...

Oh well, no need to beat my head against the wall ... at least I know what to do now ... and the stress this time is originated out of having too much fun .. . soccer, shopping, family together ....  I did enjoyed all that ... We As should do more nostril breathing, relaxation, so we can fully enjoy our excitements ...  




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I am excited for you to begin this new journey! Happy activity!

Do you take the Basic Pack for A's and the Teacher pack?

OK, so the excess mucous may be telling me something else is wrong..not necessarily because I had a sliver of cheese or small amount of gluten?
Will Swami help figure out if I actually am gluten/ yeast intolerant?

You did something right to bounce back from a bleeding ulcer!!!!!


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All I remember from that time is that the doc had given me some revolting white stuff to drink before every meal.  Oh my gosh!! Did I suffer trying to swallow that!!! and I was in a very bland diet with lots of chicken broth, boiled chicken, everything mushed up,  no meat ... I cannot remember much else ... like a curtain covering that ...  

I do remember to be very determined to beat that, and do whatever needed to be done to  get back to health ... that was probably the catalist that got me interested in self sufficiency, organic, health, ... on an off ... periods of vegetarian, meat eating, vegan ... and then I find this ... thank you!!!

These days I hardly have any mucous at all, certainly no sinuses or colds, while all my nonnies in the household tend to show more of those signs ... If I get them is that feeling at the back of the throw of wanting to drag it out and spit it out!!! Glad I have that under control now!!!

No basic pack A as such, but I do use my supps depending on what I am doing, what I am going through at the moment, how I am feeling, what my environment is like.  I may then have the immune pack if everyone around starts going down or going to crowded places, or deflects if eating out or under stress, or calm focus pack and cortiguard if stressed out.  I have the joint pack too which I have not used yet, but I will start it this week, probably tomorrow Monday, in preparation for my new exercise regime!!!  Polyflora when I realize i have not eaten much yogurt and if I miss on my vegies I boost with the multivitamins ...  Sometimes things creep in without noticing, so the supps come in retrospective mode, but other times I can guess the situation, or know what is coming and I prepare accordingly ... In between all these I do have my teachers pack and then, I start feeling great, get on top with my meals and lifestyle and go a few days without supps.  I try not to have too many supps in the one day unless strictly necessary.  Get the value for money without neglecting my health.

It is call active health monitoring ... do what needs to be done whenever according to me with the guidance from here of course!!!  




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Sunday today and I baked thosed pikelets again. DGD loved them!!!

Supps:
Calm Focus Pack, Occubright, Polyflora soon after a home made granola breakfast with soy milk.

Coffee and pikelets for mid morning

Decided to put the gym equipment right here in the main lunch/TV room where my office is also.  We spend quite a bit of $$ in these I want to have them where I can see and use in an environment I enjoy.  The garage area, the way it is at the moment will not entice me to go and exercise.  I just want to make sure there is positive energy flow while doing this, not a chore, but enjoyment to complement my diet and relaxation activities.  

So I spend a few calories again today re-arranging furniture to make room for my goodies, well, our goodies, DH will be using them too, I hope so, probably not as often as I because he burns his calories with jobs around the property anyway, lifting heavy things, and so ...  This will be more for his 'off' days ...  

Cajun, also, thanks for the wishes  




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Cristina,

I like your idea of using the supps as needed. Even with the Basic Pack for BT A I only have one per day as opposed to 2 per meal! As you said, if I felt sickly I can always "ramp" it up!   

Hey, I will be thinking of you when I am "dancing" on my treadmill!


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Supps today:

Cortiguard before I went out to do some chores, get the car serviced, ...

Occubright

Tonight after dinner:
Polyflora, Polyvite, ClearCal, Methyl 12 ...

There is such a splash of colour inside my fridge these days, with the pinks of the fermented red and green cabbage (sauerkrat), the greens of fermented Celery and cucumber, soaking black beans, jelly-like chicken stock, creamy white of cooked pearl barley ... while in a warm corner in a kitchen shelf the little beasties  in the buckwheat and spelt starters snuggle under the protection of (new) knee highs!  

I am double exicted today because I have discovered a butcher in a neighboring town, that is able to supply grass fed, guaranteed no hormone or nasties Tasmanian Lamb!! As soon as we get us a freezer big enough to held a lamb or two, we will order some.




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