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Niko
Friday, February 18, 2011, 12:47am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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What percentage of your Epigenetic Variation is Encapsulated by your Swami determined Genotype?

I find it interesting that the Genotype Diet book shows the standard diets for each Genotype, however it is unlikely that any person will fit a true 100% Genotype profile.  I'm curious to see the matched Genotype percentage range within the Swami user population.

Note: If you're Genotype has changed over time, just vote on your most recent Swami determined Genotype with the most accurate data to your knowledge.  Remember, you're choosing the Genotype that Swami selected...not a Genotype that you manually selected.

Feel free to post your individual percentage in the comments below.
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I'm 42% Gatherer.



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right now 40 % Gatherer
but I started 37 % Explorer and I was Nomad in book


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40 gatherer.. I would like to know what the other 60% might be.. but it does not say


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Quoted from Goldie
I would like to know what the other 60% might be.. but it does not say

Dr. D. has stated that the percentage shown is the amount of your characteristics that matched the listed Genotype on the first pass through the software.

The only statement that has been made about the remaining % is what of your characteristics didn't match the base Genotype.

Your diet is composed of food good for all of your characteristics...


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35% Explorer.  Genotype book has me as Gatherer.  
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I don't understand the % changes but I'm down to 46%. I started at 47%
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Lola
Friday, February 18, 2011, 7:43pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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here Ruby and Goldie
http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?m-1249043756/
100% would indicate the profile in the book exactly matches you.
SWAMI adjusts the diet to meet your true profile.


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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san j
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I follow Genotype, as opposed to SWAMI. In principle, that would mean I consider myself 100% Nomad. But I don't so consider myself. I just use Nomad guidelines and B-sec guidelines and whatever else and end up with my own mix.

Who's to say that I'm not treating myself as a 58% Nomad, say? Maybe I'm running, and practicing, an "intuitive" SWAMI, as opposed to going into computerized information technology?

Who among you can follow and dig what I just said?


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Friday, February 18, 2011, 8:26pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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43% Teacher


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Saturday, February 19, 2011, 12:22am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Since there are six GenoTypes, the lowest percentage one could be is 16.7%, which would mean that you match all GenoTypes equally.  But since some GenoTypes exclude certain blood types, the minimum percentage would be higher depending on your blood type.


My SWAMI diet is a blend of BTD and GTD Explorer, but I'm not totally compliant.  Also I try to choose foods that have a Low Glycemic index.  DW and DD are A+, probably also Explorer.
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Niko
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Quoted from san j
I follow Genotype, as opposed to SWAMI. In principle, that would mean I consider myself 100% Nomad. But I don't so consider myself. I just use Nomad guidelines and B-sec guidelines and whatever else and end up with my own mix.

Who's to say that I'm not treating myself as a 58% Nomad, say? Maybe I'm running, and practicing, an "intuitive" SWAMI, as opposed to going into computerized information technology?

Who among you can follow and dig what I just said?


Hey san j, I dig what you said.

Everyone uses their intuition with the diet whether they're following the Genotype book or Swami.  What really matters in the end is what works for YOUR body, regardless of the source of information.

What I like about Swami is:
  1. It automatically refines my diet by considering my specific attributes
  2. It includes a wider selection of foods

The second point is important because I am introduced to new foods with Swami that I may never would have considered trying.  My intuition can't tell me anything if I never try that food.

Either way, we all use our intuition.  The real question is: to what extent of information will satisfy our desire to perceive ourselves as living a healthy lifestyle?

Can anyone dig that?
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Lola
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the more info, the merrier!!!

Quoted Text
computerized information technology?


swami to me is like having Dr D on a 24/7 private shift.....
how different we all are, no?


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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Quoted from Lola
the more info, the merrier!!!



swami to me is like having Dr D on a 24/7 private shift.....
how different we all are, no?


The person you were quoting was me, but your quote box doesn't say it - don't know why.
But, yeah, Lola. Of all people, you know how different everyone is.
You used to have ISTJ posted next to your shield.
I think the STs and the NFs of the world differ markedly on this info-tech ethos. It's one way to see it...



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Quoted from san j
Who among you can follow and dig what I just said?

I can, totally.  NF here.  SWAMI makes things easier, but flying on one's own is great if that's what works for you.  
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41% explorer, went down from 44% when I changed my somatotype. Was Teacher in the GT book.


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Swami: Hunter (68%) / RH- / INFJ / Libra-Dragon
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60% Hunter here - also an 'NF'.

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Niko
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Quoted from Munchkin76
60% Hunter here - also an 'NF'.

Andy  


That's interesting.  I am also a 60% Hunter but I am an ISTJ.  Because Hunters tend to be ISJ's, you must match other hunter characteristics that I don't.
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Dr. D
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As AB Joe says, the percentage is not the 'how much' you are of that GenoType, it is how much of the variation that characterizes you is contained in that 'first pass' of the GenoTyping process.


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Quoted from Dr. D
As AB Joe says, the percentage is not the 'how much' you are of that GenoType, it is how much of the variation that characterizes you is contained in that 'first pass' of the GenoTyping process.

How many passes are there?  What does that mean?     Would inputting one's haplogroup qualify as another pass?
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cowgirl1988
Tuesday, February 22, 2011, 4:47am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Where abouts does one find what percentage genotype one is?


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It is on page 4 or 5 of the diet report in SWAMI.

The percentage figure is only included in the diet report if:

You ask SWAMI to determine your GenoType for you
and you do not ask for an abbreviated diet report


MIfHI                            I follow a SWAMI diet.
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cowgirl1988
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Thank you C_sharp....I am 45% Nomad  


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I am 51% Hunter also NF, INFP to be more precise.
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focused
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Actually I didn't see anything on my results that mentioned anything about %s so I assume I am 100% Gatherer. Is there some place else I need to look?


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Lola
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you should rerun swami and make sure to check the no abbreviated report box

also let swami compute your genotype, instead of checking the specific genotype box
on the 4rth page of the report, it will give you the %


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Niko
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Quoted from focused
Actually I didn't see anything on my results that mentioned anything about %s so I assume I am 100% Gatherer. Is there some place else I need to look?


Yes, various choices in the Swami questionnaire determine the extent of your report.

In your Swami, scroll down to Box C: Preferences (this is the last box with drop down options).  Next to "Print Abbreviated Diet Report", select "No".

Try that option and your report should show you more information including the percentage of your epigenetic variation encapsulated by your Swami determined GenoType.  It should show on page 4 of your report.

Note that Swami gives you the option of having the Swami software determine your GenoType for you.  I recommend selecting this option and it is also what this poll intends to measure.  

To have Swami determine your GenoType for you, go to Box 2: Serotypes and Biomarkers, and select "Determine GenoType for me" in the drop down menu next to "GenoType".

Hope that helps.
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Quoted from Niko


Yes, various choices in the Swami questionnaire determine the extent of your report.

In your Swami, scroll down to Box C: Preferences (this is the last box with drop down options).  Next to "Print Abbreviated Diet Report", select "No".

Try that option and your report should show you more information including the percentage of your epigenetic variation encapsulated by your Swami determined GenoType.  It should show on page 4 of your report.

Note that Swami gives you the option of having the Swami software determine your GenoType for you.  I recommend selecting this option and it is also what this poll intends to measure.  

To have Swami determine your GenoType for you, go to Box 2: Serotypes and Biomarkers, and select "Determine GenoType for me" in the drop down menu next to "GenoType".

Hope that helps.


Yes. That was it. The report shows 41% Gatherer, and I have been typed as a Gatherer.



SWAMId  Gatherer then Nomad then Gatherer. Currently 40% Nomad - Again.  
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Quoted from O in Virginia

  Would inputting one's haplogroup qualify as another pass?


mtDNA haplogroup didn't change my food list at all, whereas it caused dramatic changes in my daughter's food list. We're both Apos non-secretors.

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Quoted from san j

Who among you can follow and dig what I just said?




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Well,

ISFJ here....different for a 40% Swami explorer ....closely genotyped/strength tested by the book as a teacher.??
I am also wondering if finding my A sub group/haplogroup would change/solidify my recent Swami??


 Ao  ISFJ   Taster   Rh+  

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it is simply a able, don t get too hung up on it....
important is you enjoy your food choices and follow those accurately, to get the results you need


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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56% Hunter secretor swami
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50% hunter


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47% Explorer/Super Taster
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47% Explorer


Rh Neg, Le(a+b-), NN, Fy(a-b+)

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Of interest, I noticed that when I unmarked "white lines on fingerprints" (both hands for me), I jumped from 50% to 56% Explorer!
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Interesting because I'm missing the whorls in my fingerprints.


It is what it is so I'm dealing with it.
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Am I blind? I can't see my percentage.
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you need to check the NOT abbreviated report box


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Quoted from cajun

I am also wondering if finding my A sub group/haplogroup would change/solidify my recent Swami??


I'd be interested in seeing if this made a difference as well.

I'm 41% teacher in swami.



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Quoted from bluejay


I'd be interested in seeing if this made a difference as well.

I'm 41% teacher in swami.



To see whether something would have an affect you can run SWAMI with a value set and not set and compare the diet reports generated.

What affects one person's report may not change a different person's report.


MIfHI                            I follow a SWAMI diet.
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so if I voted between 41-50 % so how do we see the results for comparison .. will we all be in about the same middle,,


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Hi Goldie,

Yes, good point.

Once you vote, you can see the results of the survey by increments of 10%.

For results within a 10% range, you can look at people's individual comments to see the actual percentage.  Currently, about half of the respondents are within the 41% - 50% range.

What's interesting is that most people fall in this middle range.  It questions many aspects of the Genotype methodology including genetics, controllable environmental factors, uncontrollable environmental factors, and the Genotype methodology itself.  It makes me wonder how a "100% true" Genotype is profiled in the book with most of the population falling in this middle range.
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Quoted from Henriette Bsec
right now 40 % Gatherer
but I started 37 % Explorer and I was Nomad in book


Funny Henriette - I was the same - i was one point away from Explorer vs Nomad in the book, and then when I entered my SWAMI, it came up with 43% Gatherer.

We sound like two peas in a pod!


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BTD started 06/1/09

Hubby 39y AB+ nonnie, Daughter 12y B+, Son 10y AB+
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45% Warrior


Happy to be a Proud Vegan Warrior A+Nonnie  
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39% teacher


"Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper and be in good health, even as thy soul prospereth." 
 3 John 2

I serve the living God that "transforms your health physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually."-Jordan Rubin
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Age: 34
43% Gatherer, but Nomad according to the GTD book.  Gatherer lists work better for me.
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Quoted Text
Gatherer lists work better for me


did you not just mention you are following your swami?

people might get confused by your input


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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Okay, so further to my original post above - I'm 65% Hunter now. I guess increase relates to health issues input (never really had that right in the beginning) + now knowing I'm Haplo group X + testing MM. Have just sent off paternal DNA, so can't wait to see the effect that has Dr D is one smart cookie!

Andy


Listen to all, plucking a feather from every passing goose, but follow no one absolutely. CHINESE PROVERB

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40% Explorer at present.  Hopefully my info input was correct.  I don't know haplogroup yet.
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My characteristics fit the Nomad profile 63%.

Bring on the Manchego cheese, lamb, caviar, wine, and beer! Woooooooooohooooooooooo!

A little braggy, I know, but I am so happy that I was correct and my new naturopath (who will be an old one soon) was wrong. To think I wasted 5 minutes of an appointment arguing with him over whether or not any genotype can gain weight and have trouble losing it.

Melissa


Melissa

Nomad with Celiac. Just say, "No" to gluten. White lines, no more!
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Ee Dan
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Location: Southeastern USA
Explorer 48%. Warrior according to Geno. Dr. D.'s description of the characteristics of an Explorer certainly don't match a lot of mine! Hair and eye color wrong. Not left-handed. Not Rh-negative. No anemia. Among a lot of other things. But who cares!?! When I think of the myriad health problems that so many people have and the way the decks are already stacked against non-secretors I don't have any complaints! I think trying to eat right all my life, and the twelve years on the BTD and Geno have paid off! Who knows what is ahead, but I plan to make the most of what this SWAMI plan has to offer!! to good health!!


"We are all born ignorant, but one must work hard to remain stupid." -- Benjamin Franklin
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Sam Dan
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42 % Gatherer and nothing else.. I am the same having entered 40 pounds less or more .. same thing..


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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50% explorer.

i knew the moment i read the descriptions on line. I was shocked that according tto the book, i was a Nomad, but after 6 weeks of following (and suffering) on the nomad diet, i splurged for the secretor test and swami ... a relief to find my instincts were correct.


"Our lives are frittered away by detail. Simplify, simplify." ~Henry David Theroux
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Quoted from zenphoenix
50% explorer.

i knew the moment i read the descriptions on line.


Same here! When I read the Hunter description online- I was like "Yup that's me!"

The book typed me as a Gatherer, but my secretor test made me a Hunter. Intuition always is right.
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In the GTD book advanced calculator I was an Explorer.  SWAMI says I'm 42% Teacher, which makes more sense.  
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GTD says Gatherer, SWAMI says 44% Explorer...if I change my leg gap to andric instead of neutral, I'm 45% Hunter... guessing I'll become Hunter as I lose my last few pounds..


Whenever I feel blue, I start breathing again!
Goal weight acheived!!  Woo Hoo!!!!
DH of 18 yrs. O+, DS 17yo O, DS 5yo O, not sure on the boys' RH status.

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Sam Dan
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so according to the test.. if I am 42% then I am in a low (13) category?

In the end the diabetes Gene trumps me.. in everything.  

To think that this is so.. interesting for future generations that will grow up knowing decades earlier.. !  I just hope and wish for them to learn it early on.. and to believe it sufficiently to create a new future / maybe there-in is the cure for diabetes which has eluded science for so many years and so many dollars spent..


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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I was 49% Teacher, then I cleared the Myers-Briggs result box because I don't get consistent results with M-B. Having no M-B result in my SWAMI, I then became 50% Teacher. That's the only change I made, so unless it was an internal update...


SWAMI
“Let thy food be thy medicine and thy medicine be thy food.” --Hippocrates (460-377 B.C.)
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Sa Bon Nim
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Myers-Briggs changes typically move the percentage figure 1-2%.


MIfHI                            I follow a SWAMI diet.
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''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
DNA mt/Haplo H; Y-chrom/J2(M172);ISTJ
The harder you are on yourself, the easier life will be on you!
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Tuesday, November 29, 2011, 10:56pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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HI all - I want to thank you for all your posts here on the SWAMI Xpress msg board - I'm SO excited to get my SWAMI - I ordered it last week. By the GTD book I'm Nomad and i'm looking forward to more and more information that it sounds like i will get with the software! I'll report back in on % when I get there!


"Change is life giving. It helps us grow into someone greater than we already are."
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make sure you let swami compute your GT for you


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
DNA mt/Haplo H; Y-chrom/J2(M172);ISTJ
The harder you are on yourself, the easier life will be on you!
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Interesting... Thanks C_sharp  


SWAMI
“Let thy food be thy medicine and thy medicine be thy food.” --Hippocrates (460-377 B.C.)
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Yes - thank you Lola. I'm seeing through all these posts that many variables will constitute my GT with the SWAMI so I'll let it work and inform me!


"Change is life giving. It helps us grow into someone greater than we already are."
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Age: 53
ok - I finished the SWAMI data entry with the information that I have. I now have a new identity - Gatherer. By the book I was Nomad so I'm looking to focus on the food recommendations now for Gatherer.  I think the hardest for me will be giving up my coffee! Anyone have any tricks they have used in this process. It's the bold comfort of the taste in the morning. I'm happy to drink Yerba Mata and Green tea in the afternoon but there's something about that morning cup that just has to be coffee for me and espresso at that! .....I can do this....I can do this.....  Also, I see that mayonnaise is an avoid and one of my favorites is egg salad. suggestions for how to do a myonnaise-less egg salad?


"Change is life giving. It helps us grow into someone greater than we already are."
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You can make compliant mayonnaise from a vegetable oil that's compliant for you.

Yes, coffee is a toughie.  I've given it up hundreds of times.

I've gone back to steeping both Green Tea and Yerba Mate together.  Then I might drink it straight away, or I might add cocoa powder, ghee, salt and cinnamon for fun.  (Sweeteners are a self-imposed avoid for me, even though SWAMI lists a few as beneficial.)  It probably helps that I brew real coffee for my daughter at the same time.  This at least satisfies the olfactory sense.

Good luck!


My SWAMI diet is a blend of BTD and GTD Explorer, but I'm not totally compliant.  Also I try to choose foods that have a Low Glycemic index.  DW and DD are A+, probably also Explorer.
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SWAMI GT4 Explorer 44%; Rh-; iNfP; nonnie?
Ee Dan
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Location: Northeast, USA
More on coffee...

There's a Celestial Seasonings flavor called Roastaroma that taste nothing like coffee.  But it bears a little resemblance in some ways, and you might enjoy it.

Hard boiled eggs in tomato sauce taste really good.  I saw an Italian friend making sauce with the eggs in it, and I said "Yck."  So of course she insisted I try it.  It was fabulous.  Apparently it was done during the Depression when folks couldn't afford meat.  It's not egg salad, but it's another way to really enjoy hard-boiled eggs (if you can have tomatoes).


My SWAMI diet is a blend of BTD and GTD Explorer, but I'm not totally compliant.  Also I try to choose foods that have a Low Glycemic index.  DW and DD are A+, probably also Explorer.
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Ee Dan
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Location: Arkansas
Age: 57
Got my swami, done last week 45% gatherer.  I replaced coffee with chicory root. which is neutral on my swami. I fix it just as I did my coffee in a drip coffee pot.


Swami, 100% me..
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Thank you all for your coffee suggestions ! I'm traveling for a week for a family wedding so this was not the week to give it up. I'll start with all of these suggestions next week with the weaning off process. Meanwhile, I'm sure I'll have a latte in the airport on the way home


"Change is life giving. It helps us grow into someone greater than we already are."
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first attempt came out 59% gatherer but having added a bit more info it has dropped to 55%


  • Toyed with BTD from 2006
  • Diagnosed with IBS Jul 2011
  • SWAMI start Dec 2011
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Quoted from 14922
Intuition always is right.


Nope, not always. Reading the descriptions, I had myself pegged as Explorer. I measured out as a Gatherer according to the book. SWAMI has me as Gatherer as well (SWAMI pro, so I don't know my %.)


Ruth, Single Mother to 19yo   O- Leah , 18yo O- Hannah, and  13yo B+ Jack


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My SWAMI started out as 58% teacher, but has decreased to 53% after I entered in 3 more optional items. I should get my secretor/non-secretor results back this week. I'm wondering what that will change my teacher % to, if any. Also, I was also a teacher according to the GTD book.


DH=B+, DD1=O+, DD2=A+ & DS=?
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Quoted from hopeful18
I'm wondering what that will change my teacher % to, if any.


Secretor will likely increase your percentage slightly (to perhaps 54%), nonsecretor would probably decrease your percentage slightly (to perhaps 50%),


MIfHI                            I follow a SWAMI diet.
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Explorer : 45%
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My percentages have fluctuated the past few months with new information added - secretor status, Myers-Briggs, and now with re-doing my fingerprints (so hard to read then and now), my right hand is not symmetrical as we thought last year, same pattern but different distribution. I've gone for 43 - 48%. Currently 44%. Getting blood work done soon and so it will be interesting to see if the % changes again.
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Ee Dan
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Explorer - 51%. First and second passes on Swami characteristics of Explorer. I wonder what the other percentages are, since I am allergic to some of the things on my beneficial and neutral Swami lists.
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Quoted from D.L.
Explorer - 51%. First and second passes on Swami characteristics of Explorer. I wonder what the other percentages are, since I am allergic to some of the things on my beneficial and neutral Swami lists.

The percentage merely indicates what percentage of your characteristics match the characteristics of the major genotype.  The remainder is those that don't.  This is where a blend of your Genotype and BTD diets are very valuable to each individual.


RH-, ISTJ
Wonderful Wife = A+ Teacher; Darling Daughter = A- SWAMI Explorer
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33% Nomad, calories calories!!!!!!
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Mine went from 33% to 32% last time I logged in, without making any changes.  I'm becoming less of a Nomad!!!!  OH NO!!!  Hhehehe


The poster formerly known as "ABNOWAY"

"Finally brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things." - Phillipians 4:8
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HI,
Where do you get percentage of your swami from?

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Exploring Hunter SWAMI 47% vs.47% PROP:taster
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Got it, thanks!! 43% Hunter, but may evolve to Explorer after blood test
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Age: 30
47% Gatherer


Dad: A+
Mom: O+
Sis1: O+
Bro1: O+
Sis2: O+
Bro2: un
Sis3: un
Sis4: O+ Lyme's Disease

Bro3: O+ PWS
Bro4: O+
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Kyosha Nim
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Quoted from Henriette Bsec
right now 40 % Gatherer
but I started 37 % Explorer and I was Nomad in book


after filling everything in( family history)
- I am 42 % nomad



ENFP -naturalist, visual/spatial and musical/verbal/chatty Dane- Mother to DD Emma age 19,
0 rh- secr ( Hunter or Explorer )
Diamonds, superfoods, Neutral,*black dots, avoids
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if the daily epigenetical changes are included...so my picture looks likeweise:




                      - 31% explorer
                      - 25% nomade
                      - 23% warrior
                      - 21% teacher




this gives me the profile of a fuzzy *explomade* .....
      



                        


MIfHI K-174
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swamied nomad chameleon receptor worldview
Kyosha Nim
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Quoted from Amazone I.
if the daily epigenetical changes are included...so my picture looks likeweise:




                      - 31% explorer
                      - 25% nomade
                      - 23% warrior
                      - 21% teacher




this gives me the profile of a fuzzy *explomade* .....
      



                        


glad to see I am not the only weirdo

There is a reason why I call myself Chameleon  


ENFP -naturalist, visual/spatial and musical/verbal/chatty Dane- Mother to DD Emma age 19,
0 rh- secr ( Hunter or Explorer )
Diamonds, superfoods, Neutral,*black dots, avoids
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no problems Hettilein... we can take it and bear it ...

but it was a long way until all WAS understood..... and if you're going to give a try and explain to *whitecoated* they think ya're mad...... they don't even expect to be wrong on their owns.....


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Explorer!
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I don't know yet. I'm an Explorer but my eating strength tests for Warrior, praise God


INFJ/ENFJ wings 3+4, Numerology: 1
Sun Pisc. Moon Capr. ASC Virg. N.Node Gem. S. Node Sagg.

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I would like to know this one day.  I wonder if one can have percentages from all 6 GT's or just the three for their own blood type.  I say this because neither of my parents share my blood type, though my sister may!  

I def feel i have some teacher aspects and warrior aspects, but the overall picture in the book of explorer described me scarily well, and the foods work great with me.  I also have some physical traits and mental aspects of the nomad (my dad is a nomad) and have some traits of my mom (my mom is a hunter).
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oh so I went from 42 to 40%.. what else might I be for the other per cents


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I went from 41% teacher to 39% teacher just recently.
If I only change southern Europe to western I go to 38% Explorer.
I really feel like I could do well with either diet...just seem to prefer the teacher.


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oh so I went from 42 to 40%.. what else might I be for the other per cents


You're 40% Gatherer and 60% pure Goldie. That other 60% doesn't correlate with any genotype.


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No matter what I change about my profile, I stay a 50-60% Explorer.


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I'm at 67% Hunter.  I just added my haplotype.
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Henriette,
how do you come up with that breakdown?
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Is there no way to view the poll results without voting? I'm curious about the breakdown, but I have SWAMI Pro so I don't know my percentage.


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Is there no way to view the poll results without voting?


Beside the vote button there should be a "View Results" link. Click on the link to view the results without voting.


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HB and Amazone,

I feel like a mixed breed, too!    Yay for us!

The teacher "fits" me 39%...
The explorer "fits" me 38%...
That leaves only 23% unknown...hmmmmm... (Just basic A because I don't have any warrior qualities)

I actually follow my teacher(a bit more variety) swami but my explorer swami is pretty close, so either way will benefit my health.


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hello half of mine cajun I justamente saw your Ao info...perhaps a little gathunt or hugat at least to complete the 100 % .... (Ao = A2 ...)  


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Cajun,
How did you figure that out that
" The teacher "fits" you 39%.. The explorer  38%...with 23% unknown...?
Lin


Gluten/Casein and Yeast sensitivity.
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The "view results" link isn't there. When setting up a poll, there's the option to allow people to view results without voting- or to not allow it. I'm guessing that this poll wasn't set up that way.

I'm very tempted to vote just so I can view the results, but I also don't want to skew those results.


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91% - 100%      (1 votes)           0.86%
61% - 70%      (7 votes)           6.03%
51% - 60%      (21 votes)           18.10%
41% - 50%      (68 votes)           58.62%
31% - 40%      (19 votes)           16.38%


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Thanks C_sharp. So no votes at all below 30%?


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Thanks C_sharp. So no votes at all below 30%?


No votes below 30.  

I think this means that if you rate that low for a particular GenoType, you rate higher for some other GenoType. You only see the highest rating in the report.

I am not sure you can sum the precentages. Others seem to think the percentages would sum to 100. If one had a bloodtype with three possible GenoTypes, one would then have three number summing to 100. The lowest whole number of the biggest would be 34 (The two lower numbers would be 33). Any other combination of three numbers summing to 100 would have 35 or more for the largest number.

Possible combination of three numbers summing to 100

Largest  middle    smallest
34       33        33
35       34        31
35       33        32
36       35        29
36       34        30
36       33        31
36       32        32
37       36        27

...


I do not know that the percentages sum to 100


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AB's would have the lowest possible %s due to being able to be 4 different Genotypes.  This is the only way I can see to get a %age lower than 30%.


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Amazone,
Yes! I think you have something there!

C-Sharp,
I do understand that ,percentage wise, the system isn't set up for me to be so much of one or another but to basically best "fit" one....I just happen to be one of those that doesn't have a very high percentage of one genotype and knowing how close I "fit" into another type makes me feel I could follow either.

Lin,
When I first ran swami it came out as 41% teacher.
Months later, I re-checked leg and geographical ancestry info and I came up 38% explorer. I verified the leg info, ran it again and it came up 40% teacher. Fast forward one year...If I now put southern European, I get teacher, if I put western European I get explorer. But...the difference is only 1%...
weird note...this is also when one food item changed from super to avoid..celery.

I printed out both diets and they are very similar. Since I am a blend of southern and western Euro I can follow either plan and be healthy. (The 23% is what was leftover from the 39 and 38..to total 100). I happen to strength test and pass calculator points high on both teacher and explorer..that is why my signature says explorer qualities, because I have many.

  


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Henriette,
how do you come up with that breakdown?
Lin


?.. Right now my swami says 42 / nomad but I have ben both gartherer and Explorer


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I went back and asked for non abbreviated report and added some health history that I didn't see before, and I came back 44% Gatherer.
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What percentage of your Epigenetic Variation is Encapsulated by your Swami determined Genotype?

I find it interesting that the Genotype Diet book shows the standard diets for each Genotype, however it is unlikely that any person will fit a true 100% Genotype profile.  I'm curious to see the matched Genotype percentage range within the Swami user population.

Note: If you're Genotype has changed over time, just vote on your most recent Swami determined Genotype with the most accurate data to your knowledge.  Remember, you're choosing the Genotype that Swami selected...not a Genotype that you manually selected.

Feel free to post your individual percentage in the comments below.

Seeing as this number can change, and frequently, why does the number matter? If it's 25% Hunter today, but was 42% last week, and a couple months back it was 46% Explorer, I don't see the value of the poll.  Wanna tell us?



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The original poster of the poll (Niko) who you quote above has not been on the forums in over 6 months so you are not likely to get his prospective on the issue.

The percentage figure is not usually helpful in providing guidance to what a person should do diet wise. I find it best to ignore it.


Still a lot of people are curious about other people's numbers and the poll provides them with data to know whether their percentages figures are typical or higher or lower than other people's percentages.

May not be all the useful of piece of information, but it is not doing people harm.


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I never ever think about my % . Does not matter much IMO.  


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the problem here I saw is for AB's the following: as all genotypes can overlap eachother... so please tell me then to 100% what's up in the next second Who will show up or pop in as next genotype....

This is my question and it is not that easy coz in my other genetic tests I am described as if I'd be able to have any allopathic treatments... God beware
and then they told me- I'd be drugresistent (warrior-like ) next was they told me to augment the dosages... ha-ha-haaa and what else...
You see fuzzy explomade from the finest and here I am really unsure to whom to believe... I've got so much different replies from different systems that I am more confused then I've ever been before coz I know myselve and my body reactions...and I know it is no good for me to take chemical bombs and those even don't work for me... ..... to be sceptical is a good thing... but to overdoe....very .......


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the problem here I saw is for AB's the following: as all genotypes can overlap eachother... so please tell me then to 100% what's up in the next secodn Who will show up or pop in as next genotype

I don't worry about it - partially because I don't know that it is possible to know, and secondly, it isn't going to affect how my body reacts...  It is enough for me know that by eating the way I am, the body is healing.  Additional benefits I get from learning more is great, but I'm not stressing about getting information that may not ever be available.


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complete of mine ABJoe... thanx and in a certain way you're right but I want to make understand my brain why my body is reactiong likewise.....unpredictable....and here I can't go and say ok as your mental stade is...you'r body will re-act....   this is too simple for me and isn't truth !!!   I'd like to have a bit more certitude that
my body will react in a normal way... not always the contrary of what is expected....

Ok now I also agree I'm heavily (not heavently ) in menopause here it's normal that
we come along with changes....


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Recently had them flip my caffeine sensitivity back to Not Sensitive about two weeks ago.  Prior to asking them to change it, I had some coffee and seriously wanted to go back to bed and take a nap afterwards.  Yes, I get a little buzz at first, but then I'm pretty relaxed after some minutes pass.  Anyway, this changed me from 41% Teacher to 45% Warrior.  I really think all the cheese on the Teacher diet was messing me up.  Many are avoids now.  I dropped about 8 pounds in those two weeks.  It was incredible.  
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I have SWAMI Express but cannot find this percentage of genotype that folks are talking about.  Can anyone tell me where I find it?  


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It is on page 4 or 5 of your swami printout.


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It is on page 4 or 5 of your swami printout.


As long as you did NOT choose the abbreviated report...


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OK, I figured all the right buttons to push on my SWAMI to get the report.  SWAMI says I'm 35% Explorer and the diet is VERY different from my Hunter/O diet report that I had earlier.  So if I'm 35% Explorer (according to SWAMI) what is the other 65%? Also, I don't understand why SWAMI would decide I'm Explorer when I'm Rh+, right handed, and can drink a pot of coffee and go right to sleep (not exactly characteristics of Explorer).  When I went through the genotype book I had every characteristic of Hunter except that my torso was longer than my legs.  I think SWAMI is wrong!  There, I said it!  Forgive my blaspheme, but something is amiss in the software and while it's a very good product, it's not perfect.  I'm going to overide SWAMI with the Hunter profile because in my case, I believe I know better.  


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Lady from 29 Palms,

I am also right handed, RH+, and can drink coffee anytime and still fall asleep...and swami makes me 37% Explorer when I change one item. Otherwise it makes me 38% Teacher. My torso is obviously longer than my legs also, and my thighs are a bit longer than my lower legs.
The percentage gives you an idea of how much your body encapsulates that genotype.
Most of us are some sort of mix, some more than others...as in my case. I have been following the teacher/ then teacher swami diet for years and have done fine. When I printed out both types, I checked and cross-checked each food list. The great thing about swami is it shows you the best/most personal of all the possibilities. So, since my explorer and teacher swami's are so similar I could probably do well on either. I am sure if I went and had a Swami Pro instead of Swami Xpress,( due to even  more personal details), one of my choices would be more clear; either a higher percentage of teacher or explorer.
Run your swami after checking or re thinking some of the items...ex; I had to change the western or southern European item, also one of the past health items...Then compare the food lists.   Explorer gave me lamb and different cheese and egg ratings but left most all fruits and veggies the same and very slightly changed grains. I really think I could follow either.     


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OK, SWAMI is getting strange again.  I changed my family history answers in regard to my grandparents.  I only marked those ailments that at least two grandparents had.  If only one grandparent had it then I left it blank.  Now SWAMI says I'm a 36% Gatherer!  Looks like a fine line between the two.  It won't let me change the part about my fingers overlapping at my wrists.  They do overlap but I marked "just touch".  If I get that changed somehow it will be interesting to see what SWAMI comes up with next.  Very, very strange.


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Age: 51
Quoted from Ladyfrom29P
OK, SWAMI is getting strange again.  I changed my family history answers in regard to my grandparents.  I only marked those ailments that at least two grandparents had.  If only one grandparent had it then I left it blank.  Now SWAMI says I'm a 36% Gatherer!  Looks like a fine line between the two.  It won't let me change the part about my fingers overlapping at my wrists.  They do overlap but I marked "just touch".  If I get that changed somehow it will be interesting to see what SWAMI comes up with next.  Very, very strange.

Obviously, you are borderline between three different Genotypes.  It seems like every little change is changing the output significantly, so the only thing you can do is get the input data as accurate as possible.  If you need to change a "time-locked" field, contact the swami support people and let them know...

It is frustrating for the few that fall right on the borders like this, but there will always be some, no matter what - it is just that you are one of the "lucky" few!


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Age: 45
Thanks AB Joe, I see that you're 34% Nomad so you know my frustration.  I know Gatherer has got to be the weakest part of my profile for a number of reasons, while Hunter is the strongest and Explorer a strong second.  I managed to print out all three genotype diet reports on me and decided to make my own diet out of the three.  I accepted all the beneficial and neutrals in common and will avoid all avoids, even if it appears as a beneficial in another genotype.  Based on this methodology, the number and types of foods I can have are quite limited, but doable.  I'm going to give this a try and see what happens.


46% Hunter. ENTJ.
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Kyosha Nim
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Location: Florida
Age: 53
Quoted from Niko
What percentage of your Epigenetic Variation is Encapsulated by your Swami determined Genotype?

I find it interesting that the Genotype Diet book shows the standard diets for each Genotype, however it is unlikely that any person will fit a true 100% Genotype profile.  I'm curious to see the matched Genotype percentage range within the Swami user population.

Note: If you're Genotype has changed over time, just vote on your most recent Swami determined Genotype with the most accurate data to your knowledge.  Remember, you're choosing the Genotype that Swami selected...not a Genotype that you manually selected.

Feel free to post your individual percentage in the comments below.

Even though I just recently re-ran my SWAMI with updated info re my weight, etc., I have already forgotten the exact percentage (and I am posting this from work, so don't have access to it at the moment), but I remember that I still came out strength-tested very strongly as a Gatherer.  I was actually worried that, since I lost so much weight and my measurements are so different now, that it would think I was an Explorer or something, but *whew!*, still a Gatherer.  I'm glad, 'cause if it ain't broke, don't fix it!     I do specfreakintacular (new word I just made up   ) on the Gatherer diet, yay!


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48% explorer
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35% Nomad or Teacher - health history dependent
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Quoted from Ladyfrom29P
Thanks AB Joe, I see that you're 34% Nomad so you know my frustration.

Fortunately, mine is a very stable 33-35% Nomad...  Every change I've made it still maintains very close to the same % and diet...


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OK, just had my wrist encirclment changed from "just touch" to "overlap" (I didn't lose weight, I just didn't mark this right to begin with).  Now SWAMI says I'm 41% Hunter.  That's the highest I've seen of any SWAMI run thus far.  But since I obviously have strong characteristics of Gatherer and Explorer, I'm still going to try blending all three diets by eating only those beneficials in common and avoiding all avoids, regardless if it's a beneficial on another list.  Manchego cheese, carrots, and pumpkin seeds are all perfect examples of foods that are white diamond beneficial on one list but evil black dot on another.  So I'll avoid them all anyway.


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Location: Ireland
Age: 54
Finally finally...just completed my SWAMI over the weekend

45% Gatherer...no surprise there as I had been following the GTD for gatherer ...just a few minor changes to what I´ve been doing all along...I actually now have pecorino as a diamond & not cottage cheese as I had thought! Nicer!

As others have suggested, it would be interesting to know what percentages of the other genotypes make up the rest of my profile! I guess that Explorer is there also as I´m extremely sensitive to caffeine and gave up tea and coffee about 15 yrs go...dark chocolate and green tea don´t effect me so much, but still I would never have them late in the day


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Gatherer 45%
Autumn: Harvest, success.
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Location: Ireland
Age: 54
Oh, just meant to ask...how do I go about including Gatherer on my avatar??


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35% Nomad or Teacher - health history dependent
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Quoted from rosa
Oh, just meant to ask...how do I go about including Gatherer on my avatar??


http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b-ref/m-1219018887/


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Got it!!!Many thanks ABJoe


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42% Hunter, RH+, Slight Taster, INTJ
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Location: Singapore
Age: 41
Hi all,

I just got my Swami and I'm a 42% Hunter, though my torso is longer then my lower body, thigh is longer then my calves, i ought to be a Gatherer, but Swami typed me as Hunter.

All the details that is being keyed in must be as accurate as possible, else Swami will not provide an accurate reading for your type.

I got my finger-print confirmed and my crania measurements done as accurately as possible, cos if these datas are not accurate, Swami will typed me as 47% Gatherer, interesting.

Before I had my swami, I've been following the Hunter diet and my white lines has since reduced. It's great!



Eat Healthy, Eat Happy!! , you have only 1 body.
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SWAMI GT4 Explorer 44%; Rh-; iNfP; nonnie?
Ee Dan
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Location: Northeast, USA
Welcome, Sarah!


My SWAMI diet is a blend of BTD and GTD Explorer, but I'm not totally compliant.  Also I try to choose foods that have a Low Glycemic index.  DW and DD are A+, probably also Explorer.
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Location: Northcentral PA
Age: 59
After filling in my Swami genotype data, I couldn't locate anywhere, a description of the % of my explorer genotype.  Any suggestions of where I would find it?   Or perhaps,  it doesn't list it for every case?  


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35% Nomad or Teacher - health history dependent
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Quoted from Pamma
After filling in my Swami genotype data, I couldn't locate anywhere, a description of the % of my explorer genotype.  Any suggestions of where I would find it?   Or perhaps,  it doesn't list it for every case?  

First, you have to select full report (or deselect abbreviated report), then the % Genotype number is usually on page 4 of the full report.


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49% Explorer
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thank you AB,  I did locate it, finally  


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