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Skillie
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I noticed that swami has prescribed my diet as Ubiquinylation.
Could anybody explain the meaning of this to me please.


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http://www.wrongdiagnosis.com/medical/ubiquitin.htm

Not sure this is helpful in layman's terms.

What is in your history?  

Dementia? Parkingson's?


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Ubiquitinylation: This setting will emphasize food combinations that enhance removal of
cellular debris ubiquinine pathway and the Golgi apparatus. This enhances many
cellular functions (membrane trafficking, cell signaling, cell cycle control, X
chromosome inactivation and the maintenance of chromosome structure)
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Deep cellular health.


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deep cellular resetting?


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Deep cellular cleansing?


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What that word triggered in my mind is that CoQ10 is also known as, quote, "ubiquinone", so my guess is it (i.e., ubiquinone) helps with " Ubiquinylation", which sounds to me like it means to energize and detox the cells, as this is what CoQ10 does, among other amazing things (like being a powerful antioxidant and being heart protective):

http://faculty.washington.edu/ely/JOM5.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coenzyme_Q10


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Thank you for all the replies. I do not have family history of Dimentia or Parkinson,s, maybe I ticket some block that triggered this response. I will go back and redo my swami carefully and see if it gives me the same result.

Deep cellular cleansing sounds good to me, I might become a little Younger in the process


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Deep cellular cleansing sounds good to me, I might become a little Younger in the process


You certainly will!
Cellular cleansing resetting health!
WOW!




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Hallo Andrea,  I redid my swami and it still said that I need the 'cellular cleansing'  I lost tomatoes in the process as well. It was listed as a Super food, but now has gone to Avoid. This is very strange. I also lost chocolate as a superfood that has gone to a neutral now..... I had rice flour as a neutral and just got used to the taste and texture and that has also gone to avoid. Now I am confused  
I also decided to reread my Genotype Book to try and understand the processes better. I remained a 62% Gatherer. We cannot have the secretor test done here in South Africa and I wonder what differance it woulkd make to swami.


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I also decided to reread my Genotype Book to try and understand the processes better. I remained a 62% Gatherer. We cannot have the secretor test done here in South Africa and I wonder what differance it woulkd make to swami.


You can run SWAMI set as a secretor and then with a setting of nonsecretor and see how much of difference it makes for you. Sometimes it makes a lot difference, sometime it only shifts a few food items.



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I redid my swami and it still said that I need the 'cellular cleansing'  I lost tomatoes in the process as well. It was listed as a Super food, but now has gone to Avoid. This is very strange. I also lost chocolate as a superfood that has gone to a neutral now..... I had rice flour as a neutral and just got used to the taste and texture and that has also gone to avoid. Now I am confused  
What changes did you make to get the food values to come up differently?

If you do not make changes to the data input into SWAMI, that will often change the rating of foods.


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Hallo C Sharp

I changed my ethnic group from Central Caucasian to Southern Cuacasian as I live in South Africa. Do you think that was the cause of the change.

What would  the correct answer be, seeing that I live in South Africa


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Hi Skillie, The ethnicity is not so much where you live, but what your heritage is.  I was born in South America, but from immigrant parents from Italy and Spain, therefore my ethnicity relates to that and I marked I think Southern european (have to check my Swami for the value, but I think that is what I did and I checked with Lola and CS and that was OK).  Will this change the way you define yours?




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Gee Christina I honestly have no idea on where my ancestors are from
Did you only go as far back as your parents or do we need to go further back. my parents are both from South Africa as well, so I suppose that should stay the same then. Southern european   Although I do remember now that my Grandparents on my mothers side immigrated from England.  Both my parents have passed away so I can not ask them.


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My grandparents, I think... I could not go any further either ... no known family tree, unlike some lucky ones that have many generations accounted for.

BTW, my son was born in South Africa, Johannesburg, where are you? ...   We could have been neighbors.  




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I am in Pretoria.I am sure you remember it is not that far apart. I see that you are in Australia now. Did you emigrate out of South Africa?


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yes, lived there for about 8 years and then came to Australia, been here since 1982!  I remember Pretoria, beautiful gardens then!  




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Skillie,

You may enjoy this blog:

http://www.dadamo.com/B2blogs/blogs/index.php/2007/04/27/food-equalizer?blog=24

As you adjust the equalizer (SWAMI) settings, you change the music (food lists) accordingly!

I left ethnicity out because I just do not know and it is not a required field.  
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Johann is also from SA.....met him during the before last conference.

He is genetically 100% Dutch, there s no African blood in him!

my hub although born in Mexico, is 100% German genetics, has not a drop of Creole or Hispanic native blood in him......

depending on your looks and color of your skin, you can pretty well determine where your ancestors came from, or if there were any type of ethnicity melting moments in your genetics, I think!


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