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Symbi
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On the forum lately there was talk of the dirty dozen.  That is, not the excellent movie, the vegetables and fruits that are most likely to be contaminated with chemicals that you're recommended to buy organic.  Not all of us can afford organic all the time.  

Here's a summary of the list for the USA:  http://focusorganic.com/produce-dirty-dozen-and-clean-fifteen-updated/?utm_source=feedburner
and a more detailed explanation for each dirty food why: http://alexandermorentin.com/food-matters/the-dirty-dozen-top-12-foods-to-buy-organic/

Contamination may be different in your country.  Found this list for Australia, it is similar to the USA one, but I notice a diamond food Carrots is cleaner than in the USA  
http://www.btoxicfree.com/healthy%20eating.htm  (Scroll down to Level of pesticides in fruit and vegetables / chemicals in food).  

Tried organic celery and was amazed how yummy  .  Maybe I could taste the pesticides on the dirty ones all along.  Guess the bugs find celery tasty too.


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How about white tea?

Less fluoride + caffeine
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It would be nice if it could be added. Just to be sure.
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I am still waiting for my Sec. Status but I learned I was a Warrior. Will my Sec. status change my food list? My other question is I can't understand the food combination schedule at the end of the SWAMI report.
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Will my Sec. status change my food list?

My other question is I can't understand the food combination schedule at the end of the SWAMI report.

It is possible that the food list will change some with the secretor test input.

I assume you are talking about the Genoharmonic combination table...  If so, the text describes what this list of Genoharmonic combinations will do, if utilized.  To utilize them, choose a food from the left column and then pair it with one or more foods from the list to the immediate right in the table.  The start rating tells you how strong combinations using that food are...

I hope this clears up the confusion somewhat...


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Quoted from Cleo
I am still waiting for my Sec. Status but I learned I was a Warrior. Will my Sec. status change my food list?


Some--If you want to know how much run SWAMI with it set to nonsecretor and compare the food lists.

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My other question is I can't understand the food combination schedule at the end of the SWAMI report.



For the Geno-harmonic combinations: For the food listed on left select one or more of the foods listed on the right. You do not need to do all of the ones on the right at the same time. You do not have to combine foods that would not normally be eaten together just because the computer lists them.


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Thank you AB Joe and C_Sharp. I need to know if there are foods on the food list that might help control my appetite. I am a bread/Pasta lover. I love Italian food and found a way to create you own white pasta sauce, lol.
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I need to ask; how did you receive your Sec. Status results? Do they mail them or e-mail them?
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I need to ask; how did you receive your Sec. Status results? Do they mail them or e-mail them?

I got mine electronically...  I think I logged into their site to read the results, although they may have mailed them as well...

I think it is a choice you can make when you fill out the paperwork with the test...


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I need to know if there are foods on the food list that might help control my appetite. I am a bread/Pasta lover. I love Italian food and found a way to create you own white pasta sauce, lol.

Eat more protein and vegetables with less carbohydrates is often a way to balance your diet.  Of course, the only idea is that you say you love bread and pasta, so I'm guessing that you may be eating too much of them.   


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Saliva secretor results are posted at:

https://www.gdx.net/secure/nap/nap.html


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Not sure if this is the right place to post -

Calling all Aussies!

They have Spelt Pasta now in Woolworths!  
It's San Remo, available in Spirals or Spaghetti, cost $3.98 for 250g.  
That 'aint cheap but I'm sure it will be worth it!  

It's imported from Italy.  Aka in Italian "Farina di Farro Integrale"  
I've looked near and Farro for it!  Where have you been all my life?


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Symbi- you might want to re-post that information in a fresh post, so the information is easier to find.


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