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mikendomsmum
Friday, November 6, 2009, 2:47pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I'm wondering what SWAMI type gets black tea as a neutral or beneficial.  Anybody get it as a diamond food?

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I'll have to double check, but as I recall, black tea went from avoid (BTD) to beneficial (GTD) to neutral (SWAMI) for me.


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Black Tea, all forms is a superfood for me.

Depending on settings it is in lots of my Genoharmonic choices.


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I get black tea as a superfood and it is rampant in the genoharmonics. I have never liked black tea so I don't drink it.


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Chandon
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As a teacher I got black tea  and then it became a full avoid with SWAMI. I do prefer green tea, but there are some black teas I like. I was enjoying cold brewed Ceylon Orange Pekoe iced black tea this summer until I got my SWAMI.
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I'm like Chandon, it went from beneficial on the teacher dieat to full toxin on my swami.  I never drank it anyway so I don't miss it.


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I'm jeolous Csharp - Black tea has been the most consumed beverage for my whole life, and my SWAMI has it as a full avoid for me.  I wonder if it's a bene for you because you're a nonnie?  I'm waiting for the results of my test to come back, but I suspect I'm a secretor.  

I have found several varieties of green teas that I am learning to enjoy, but I think I'll always miss a good strong cup of black tea first thing in the morning.  My Irish grandmother taught me to love it with cream and a touch of sugar when I was a little girl, and the older I got, the stronger I liked it


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Are there any Os for who it is a beneficial? Looks like everyone here who can have it is an A...

I'd do the SWAMI in a heart beat if I could have black tea!  
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Like Chandon and Gumby,  black tea went from being beneficial on the Teacher's diet to becoming a toxin on my SWAMI.  Maybe because I ticked off I was caffeine sensitive.


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Are there any Os for who it is a beneficial? Looks like everyone here who can have it is an A...

I'd do the SWAMI in a heart beat if I could have black tea!  


If SWAMI pegs you as an Explorer black tea is probably going to be a no-no.




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Black tea very good for me on SWAMI.


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Black tea has never been acceptable for me.

Love it through!  I would have it Navy style: steeped for 4 hours with as much cream and sugar as you can take.  The British and Canadian Navies would never tolerate a "dry" organizational principle; we will leave that to the puritans to the south.    After sleeping off the booze for 8 hours you need something that will keep you focused and ready for anything!

I stuck to my green tea when I visited family in England this summer.  A good habit is harder to break than a bad one; you aren't even tempted to try.


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