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balletomane
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I am new to this. A list of geno harmonic foods are recommended to me on SWAMI (for cellular detoxification). But I find the combinations a little odd and most of the suggested food hard to find. How can I still make use of these suggestions?




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when choosing any food on the left, try to include one or more from the right.....
there s actually no complication......simple and easy


it doesn t mean you need to combine all on the right with the one particular food on the left.

mix and match as best you can

it is actually very well explained in your swami.


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Yes, fairly easy to do. I keep the list in my kitchen so I can easily refer to it and plan my meals accordingly to be  GenoHarmonic as often as possible.
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OK, here is why it's difficult for me: I don't even recognize the foods listed or they are not available in my neck of the woods.

The food on the left:

Broccoli Raab, Rapini -- is that different from regular broccoli?

Butterfish

Caribou

Celeriac

Guinea Hen

Haddock

Harvest Fish

Hearts of Palm

Herring (no fresh herring in my market)

Malanga, Tannier,Xanthosoma -- is this "taro"?

Paw Paw

Pilchards

Shad

Sheepshead fish

Skate

Squirrel

Sturgeon

Wolfish, Atlantic

And then on the right, these foods are total strangers or unavailable to me:

Pumpkin flowers, Feijoa, Canistel, Paw Paw, Porgy, Prickley Pear, Spanish Melon

To match the two sides with foods that are available in my market is really a challenge!




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Quoted from balletomane


Broccoli Raab, Rapini -- is that different from regular broccoli?



Celeriac------  is a knoby thing ask the produce guy..




Hearts of Palm--- come in cans used often for antipasto.





And then on the right, these foods are total strangers or unavailable to me:

Pumpkin flowers, Feijoa, Canistel, Paw Paw, Porgy, Prickley Pear, Spanish Melon

To match the two sides with foods that are available in my market is really a challenge!




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Yes, it is a challenge but that's the fun of it for me...I love the hunt.  Broccoli Raab is "not" the same as regular broccoli.  It's a leafy green veggie.  I find it with all the other greens ie. mustard greens, turnip greens etc. I can't find all the foods on Dr. D's list but searching & trying them all is part of the fun for me.
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I basically ignore the genoharmonic foods that aren't part of my normal diet, or that are too expensive to purchase locally.

But I see that green tea and grapefruit or grapefruit juice are a genoharmonic combination- so I often put grapefruit juice in my tea. I just noticed that butter and broccolli are another GH combination, so the next time I make broccolli with a dairy meal I'll use butter on the broccolli.

If there are any familiar foods on your GH list, then try to include those foods together as often as possible.


Ruth, Single Mother to 19yo   O- Leah , 18yo O- Hannah, and  12yo B+ Jack


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Thanks for all your replies and suggestions.

I think the simplest solutions for me would be to add butter or ghee to bok choy, cauliflower or endive; and stir-fry squash with coconut oil or hazelnut oil. Is butternut squash considered a squash? All the other choices are infeasible to me.




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Yes, butternut squash is squash. Squash basically covers everything in the squash family but zuchinni and pumpkin, which are listed separately.


Ruth, Single Mother to 19yo   O- Leah , 18yo O- Hannah, and  12yo B+ Jack


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Thank you Ruthiegirl. I love all squashy type foods including zucchini and pumpkin even though they are not considered squash




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and I might suggest you use the search button for older threads discussing one or the other foods in the past......it s been more than two years now since the release of GTD, so a lot has been said since then.


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Broccoli Raab, Rapini looks like asparagus only with a broccoli type end.....
very nutritious!
we had out share of those at the CT conference!


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Thanks, Lola. Will do a search!




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Remember that the books are written for a worldwide audience. Don't expect to know all the foods.
Do what you can & enjoy it.
I still have trouble with 'food combinations' like not mixing fruits & veggies. The genoharmonic list holds little for me at this time, but it's good to know in case of something in the future.
You may not be able to do all your SWAMI list says. I still avoid dairy, except for butter which I consider fat more than dairy.


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