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geminisue
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Goldie- I think beef is one of your super foods, but not a diamond


gh foods are two foods together, that if eaten that way, will benefit you, but eaten alone probably, would not so there not listed as a diamond or super food.

Am I right, in the above description of gh?  thanks!
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Green tea is a diamond; grapefruit juice is neutral. Green tea and grapefruit juice make a GH combination.

Similarly, butter is neutral, but it's a GH combination with some vegetables, including some that are only neutrals by themselves. Together, however, they become "mega-super-beneficial" because of the GH combo.

I don't think I have any GH combos with beef either, although beef is a superfood all by itself. I usually eat beef several times a week.

Most of my GH combinations include fish I've never heard of and/or vegetables I've never heard of. Only the butter or ghee with certain veggies, and juice in green tea, am I able to consume regularly.

IMO, the main thing is to eat the right portions of foods- enough meat, enough veggies, etc. A secondary concern is to emphasize beneficial and diamond choices within those categories. (It's better to eat neutral veggies than it is to eat insufficient quantities of veggies and overeat beneficial fish.) Getting in some GH combos is a tertiary concern. I try to do the green tea with a GH juice daily, but it's hard to do the butter on veggies when my added fats are so limited, and my other GH combos aren't really practical for me at all.


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I have Butter and grapefruit together (same meal okay! together, no thanks lol)
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Quoted from geminisue
I have Butter and grapefruit together (same meal okay! together, no thanks lol)


When I was a kid, my mother used to broil grapefruit....mixed a little butter and sugar together
and sprinkled it on the top.....It made a bubbly, sweet topping.  So as strange as the butter
and grapefruit sound to you, it sounds pretty yummy to me...~

I'm wondering if molasses/butter on top of grapefruit, broiled would taste good?














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the bio-molecular structure in GHs enhances the effect you chose to run your swamies, like detox or anti inflammatory.......these work in synergy when mixed


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not all GH combos are in fact SFs for all

my combos are different from the rest, and so on.......so generalizing won t be very helpful here


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Lola- I think of the GH combos as being "super beneficial" because of the synergizing effect the foods have when comsumed together. I'm not going to limit my consumption of a neutral food (such as grapefruit juice) when it's a GH combo with green tea. I think of that combination as "super duper beneficial" compared to green tea without grapefruit juice. (And I generally don't have grapefruit juice unless it's in tea.)


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Does anyone know the answer to this?

If you're consuming two foods that create a GH effect, can you add any other foods to that combo
that are not on the GH list?  Would your body benefit just the same?


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Quoted from Chloe
Does anyone know the answer to this?

If you're consuming two foods that create a GH effect, can you add any other foods to that combo
that are not on the GH list?  Would your body benefit just the same?

I would assume that the GH combo could be part of a meal and still work, but I don't know that...


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All formsof tea of black tea are on the right side of my GH foods. So all I really need to do is drink it with any item on the left and voila! Red wine is on the right with a lot of items, too. I am way liking my Nomad diet yawl. Gonna' be healthy and happy at the same time.  


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Dr D has always said that it is what you eat that will make you healthy, and not what you avoid....
so I believe that if you are having a GH combo, there s nothing wrong with all the other SFs and diamonds you add in a meal......


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Lola- I think of the GH combos as being "super beneficial" because of the synergizing effect the foods have when comsumed together. I'm not going to limit my consumption of a neutral food (such as grapefruit juice) when it's a GH combo with green tea.
   I think of that combination as    "super duper beneficial"    compared to green tea without grapefruit juice. (And I generally don't have grapefruit juice unless it's in tea.)


I like that     "Super Duper Beneficials"  .

I'm getting it.  (can't believe I'm so slow)

My 9 Fish listed on the Left side = have the same compliments on the right.  
(I thought they were 9 dif variations I needed to learn)  

I was sick last week w intestial problems so I combined Cranberry (left list) & Goji berry juice (right list); added lots of water and  Vit C powder. I drank it all day and ate Grapefruit sections  (right list) and also took Coconut Oil (right list).  
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I realized something....I used to just eat foods on my SWAMI list that I knew were super beneficials or diamonds...but I printed out my GH list and left it out where I can see it... so, now if I am going to eat something, I quickly check to see if my chosen food has any GH combination I can make.

I was having a snack of just walnuts when I suddenly saw that if I combined it with blackberry juice or gouda cheese, I'd have a GH combination.  Only 3 stars but it was much more valuable to have eaten a GH combo than not. I wound up having a small wedge of gouda....about an ounce of blackberry concentrate mixed with water and a small handful of walnuts. A happy gene snack. My combos help my genes make good copies of themselves. (too bad that I
wasn't able to do this before I had two children -- my children would have benefitted)

I've eaten 3 GH combos so far today.



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GH takes snacking to a whole new level.  

I reprinted my GH list in a form I can work with.
Put same together. There is a very basic list to start with. (matched things as much as possible)
Then right side list one color  - left side list another color.    

Today I bought Horseradish; Oysyer mushrooms; Goji Berry/Mangosteen juice -- my new foods for this week

Have you used Horseradish?   wondering if I should make it into a Tea?
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Quoted from purlgirl
GH takes snacking to a whole new level.  

I reprinted my GH list in a form I can work with.
Put same together. There is a very basic list to start with. (matched things as much as possible)
Then right side list one color  - left side list another color.    

Today I bought Horseradish; Oysyer mushrooms; Goji Berry/Mangosteen juice -- my new foods for this week

Have you used Horseradish?   wondering if I should make it into a Tea?


I never tried making horseradish tea....but scroll down on this article....It mentions tea.
http://www.essortment.com/horseradish-root-natural-healer-38650.html

I add mine (grated) to homemade mayo.

Or, ...add it to vodka..
http://localfoods.about.com/od/horseradish/tp/abouthorseradish.htm

more info
http://www.theepicentre.com/Spices/horseradish.html



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Quoted from geminisue
I have Butter and grapefruit together (same meal okay! together, no thanks lol)

In our Sunday newspaper, in the children's section, there was a recipe called Toasted Pineapple.  I really think it would work for grapefruit, but I don't know if you would like it.
If you want to try it with grapefruit, take half of a grapefruit and place it on an oven safe dish.  Melt 2 tablespoons butter in microwave for 20 to 30 seconds (or stovetop).
Stir 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon into melted butter.
The above 2 ingredients are enough for 8 slices of pineapple in the original recipe, so you could make less.
Drizzle butter over grapefruit.
The next step is to sprinkle brown sugar evenly over the grapefruit.  You could use agave or something else from your swami, but maybe after you remove it from the oven.
Broil in oven for 2 minutes.

This is almost the same as what Chloe mentioned.



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Horseradish is VERY strong tasting,and should be used in condiment-sized portions; like raw garlic or raw ginger (though it's much stronger than garlic.) I think it would be very bitter and medicinal tasting in tea form.


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thanks for the ideas about the grapefruit and butter, but I still think I will skip it.  
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I tried my first geno harmonic combination last night.

Food on the left was tomato juice. Tomatoes are an avoid for me but the juice isn't.

So I figured to juice some tomatoes and add 2 combos to it: 1 zucchini & 2 endive.

The juice was delicious! And secondly I felt soooooo great after drinking it, it felt like my stomach was being repaired or something. I slept better and woke up earlier this morning.
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there you go!

glad you took the plunge and succeeded!


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thanks for the ideas about the grapefruit and butter, but I still think I will skip it.  


Ahhh, and here I was wondering if this might get me back on the bandwagon eating all the grapefruit I want! I was thinking more along the lines of just having some ghee before eating grapefruit and seeing if that would help me with the problems I have with it.


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there you go!
glad you took the plunge and succeeded!


But, Lola, it will take a while before I get up the nerve to try pickle brine or vinegar with ANYTHING!!! I hate what vinegar usually does to me!   To say nothing about ingesting BRINE!?! My salt-hating doctor would have a terminal stroke if I even mentioned such a thing. Not that I pay a whole lot of attention to his antics! But these success stories are really getting me fired up, so we will see, but not just yet. My stomach simply feels tooooo good right now!


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before I get up the nerve to try pickle brine or vinegar with ANYTHING!!!

explain?  the natural brine I make contains exclusively sea salt.....and undergoes a fermentation process

vinegar on the other hand, is a different animal

which do you get?......not quite following you there


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explain?  the natural brine I make contains exclusively sea salt.....and undergoes a fermentation process

vinegar on the other hand, is a different animal

which do you get?......not quite following you there


No wonder!   Salt drives me up the wall. I have used very little of it for years. It also makes my blood pressure rise. And, sad to say, most sauerkraut made commercially seems to be made with vinegar. Sauerkraut is on my GHF list.


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I'm like Chloe, for now I just use these combos for snacks. That way I have a very clear conclusion about the benefits I'm getting from them. I think I overdid it on a combination yesterday. I combined about five foods, one of them being Gouda cheese which had already bothered my stomach a few days before. I felt nauseous for a little while but later felt wonderful! Still had a little discomfort in my stomach but the super energy outweighed that. Gouda is a neutral for me ordinarily, but I always have to take lastase with any dairy product whether it is a diamond or not. The foods were apricots, banana, cranberries, flax seed and tangerine. I didn't eat a whole lot of either of them. Maybe I should have added some ghee which is in that list!


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