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The lecithin entry has been changed to reflect new realities.


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The lecithin entry has been changed to reflect new realities.


Doctor, is the lecithin you changed the one in the condiments section or the granules? The reason I ask is because SWAMI has two different lecithin values.

I am also unsure as to which of the two undergoes the purification process (Soybean Granules, Lecithin under vegetable proteins or Lecithin under condiments).

Thank you for the clarification.
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is the lecithin you changed the one in the condiments section or the granules?


Changes made in the SWAMI nutrient database are reflected immediately in your data.

If you rerun SWAMI, you should be able to see if either form of lecithin changed ratings for you.   (My guess is that "Soybean Granules, Lecithin" now rate as neutral for you (instead of avoid)--But with SWAMI it is difficult to predict how a food will rate for a particular person. Since the ratings depend on many factors. Lecithin in the condiment section was rated as neutral for you before, and it likely still has that rating.)

For me both rated neutral before and still rate as neutral for me.

Looking at the data for foods it appears to me as if the "soybean granules, lecithin" was changed. (But I did not keep a copy of the old values for either form of Lecithin, so we are relying on my very weak memory)


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C-Sharp - my values are the same as are my husband's.

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For info only, my values haven't changed yet on Swami Express either.  


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Since fields are locked in SWAMI Xpress, I cannot test it under a range of conditions. The change should not change my values for "Soybean Granules, Lecithin" in SWAMI Xpress. The change is in SWAMI GenoType and I can see differences in the diet reports of some clients but not other clients.


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Yesterday, mine was still listing it in the vegetable proteins. That had been a puzzling thing to me earlier because it was my understanding that lecithin didn't contain any protein. I didn't consider it anything close to a problem so I ignored it!


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The change made should not change the category it is listed under, only its rating. The rating will only change for some people not all.


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Quoted from Spring
Yesterday, mine was still listing it in the vegetable proteins. That had been a puzzling thing to me earlier because it was my understanding that lecithin didn't contain any protein. I didn't consider it anything close to a problem so I ignored it!


If it's in the vegetable protein category, it sounds like SWAMI is referring to Soybean Granules, which is used sometimes as a meat substitute.



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