I will start this by saying that, yes, I am obsessive about details!
, depending on the situation.
Swami has the left vs right-handed question and both my husband and I were decidedly left-handed as babies, but our mothers, in their infinite wisdom, decided that being left-handed was in a culture of mostly right-handed people, was a bad thing, so they forced us to use our right hands.
So, which answer should we put in? I would be inclined to go with our proclivity as babies, even though we are right-handed adults, if our mothers hadn't intervened, we would be left-handed.
It probably won't change the diet--just an interesting 1% change in your geno-type percentage, but somewhat interesting, at least to me, the obsessive detail person!
What have others done with this question?
Also, ethnicity, I left blank, because I wasn't sure what to put. Nothing really fit completely in my category! I am a little over half Irish and goodness-knows-what-else. The other half is mostly Native American (mixed tribes, of course, to further complicate matters) with another little dose of Irish/Spanish and ???
Now, I was told years ago by my then herbalist/healer guru that my native heritage trumped my euro heritage when it came to treating conditions with herbs and food, but, of course, that was a really biased opinion. That's another very small percentage in the gt calculator, either way.
Clearly, all the other measurements weigh in much heavier, because despite one's lineage, those are a better indicator of what traits you inherited from your ancestors.
What does everyone else do with that?
Just curious--not critical information, I realize, but interested to find out what the majority of folks have done with that information.