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O in Virginia
Wednesday, January 25, 2012, 8:20pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I have some new changes on mine as of the first week of January.  Tomato, for example, was a superfood, and now it is an avoid.  Bell peppers and bananas were superfoods, and now they are diamonds.  And a few other interesting changes.  The main thing, for me, is that tomatoes are a NO-NO now.  I'll have to adjust my diet.

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Oh well...looks like I ticked "joint problems".  That makes tomatoes an avoid.  If "joint problems" is unticked, they are a diamond.  It still seems like there have been a few changes, though nothing major.  
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Oh well...looks like I ticked "joint problems".  That makes tomatoes an avoid.  If "joint problems" is unticked, they are a diamond.  It still seems like there have been a few changes, though nothing major.  


I assume you have joint problems and love tomato...
Head up...as soon as your joints are a bit better you can untick the box and have a sneaky, guiltfree bolognese

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I assume you have joint problems and love tomato...
Head up...as soon as your joints are a bit better you can untick the box and have a sneaky, guiltfree bolognese



lol


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I assume you have joint problems and love tomato...
Head up...as soon as your joints are a bit better you can untick the box and have a sneaky, guiltfree bolognese


Oh my, that does sound good!  Drool.  
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I re-ran mine last night, the food lists are the same, what showed up as different in the - Your Account Information was that it showed on the fourth line - It was used on client Dianne  on null 00, at 00:00 AM.

In the past it has always shown the number of times used and the time. I wonder why that would be that these are now at zero?
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In the past it has always shown the number of times used and the time. I wonder why that would be that these are now at zero?


It shows the date when the form was first fully completed. I'm fixing some glitches so it has been hiccuping for the last  few days


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Swami increased my fish frequency from 4x to 5x a week.  I hope that wasn't a hiccup.  
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I just bought a bag of pecans the other day, and now they're a black dot avoid (they were diamonds before).  I guess I'll freeze them for now.  
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Perhaps we will be experiencing hiccups until version.2 is released. My foods nor frequencies never seem to change. I will stick to my SWAMI until the new version is released.

It will probably be erratic until then.  
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mine hasn't  changed, which is fine, perhaps it's because I've only had it for a few months, and the hiccups are for those who have had theirs for awhile.


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I had a lot of changes, some I didn't like but most of them are fine. The best part though?
Tomato is now a neutral!     YESSSSS!
Now I can have pizza (with compliant flour) tomato sauce with no guilt and all kinds of other things with tomatos.  
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are the changes visible, or you have to compare everything???  I want to know before I check, thanks
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I compared everything.  I don't know any other way to check.  Not a lot of changes, but a few.  After I ticked a couple of boxes that were unticked before there were naturally more changes, but a few food values changed before I ticked those boxes.  It wasn't a big deal (e.g., some diamonds became superfoods, or superfoods became diamonds), but there were a couple of new avoids to be aware of.  Just a little bit of a shift mainly.
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If you change the intake values, things in the diet report will change.

If you do not change anything, nothing much will change, since the data tables have not changed much, if all, in the last year.


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Yes, the majority of changes in my swami were because of changes I made to intake values, i.e., ticking "joint problems", which makes tomatoes go from diamond to avoid.  At any rate, I run my swami once a month.  This month there are more changes because I added "cardiac problems" (not mine, my mother's).  It seems to me, though, that there were one or two minor changes in November that I didn't notice and that were not the result of changing intake data.  I could be wrong (I often am!).  If anyone, like me, gets comfortable sorta *knowing* their swami, rather than directly referring to it each day, I still think it is a good idea to re-run it and review periodically, and of course you must do that anyway if you change your intake data.

I'm sorry if I worred you, Geminisue.
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Thanks O/i/Va for your posting.  After reading it, I revisited my personal info page and looked over some of my family history clicks.  I spoke with my brother concerning some of his recent health issues and realized I had misclassified his health status.  After doing that I ran my diet plan and found some foods had shifted around..not too monumental..I get to have colby cheese!! Anyway, that led me to think about other possible missclassifications in postings on personal info.  For instance, when I originally did measurements I listed my trunk/leg ratio as being equal; same for the upper and lower leg.  But after watching the video, I came up with a much larger difference in the upper/lower leg than what I would call "roughly equal" -- the upper leg was 3" longer, with the torso/leg ratio just being 1 1/4" different - [torso+].  I wonder if the 3" is significant in calculations.  OR if that measurement is even  critical in the final analysis??  Also, my fingerprints were really hard for me to decipher. I think I may have had a lot of 'combo' types, but didn't feel really confident in claiming that.  How critical would that affect the final analysis.  If anyone can answer those questions that would be great.  Maybe one of the advisers could direct this question to the more appropriate thread. Thanks  
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For instance, when I originally did measurements I listed my trunk/leg ratio as being equal; same for the upper and lower leg.


The ratio is more important in the calculations than the exact length.

I Know SWAMI allows you to enter ties, but in some of the calculations, I think it uses the GenoType approach (Ties torso and leg goto torso and that Ties upper and lower leg go to lower leg.)
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But after watching the video, I came up with a much larger difference in the upper/lower leg than what I would call "roughly equal" -- the upper leg was 3" longer, with the torso/leg ratio just being 1 1/4" different - [torso+].  I wonder if the 3" is significant in calculations.


Three inches sounds very major to me. But I think the important issue is that upper leg is now longer than lower leg.

The measurements may or may not make not make a difference.

But why risk the possibility?

There is no reason to proceed with bad data. Contact DNP and get the fields reset.

1.203.761.0042    Monday-Friday, 9:AM-5M EST  or
swamixpress@northamericanpharmacal.com


  
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OR if that measurement is even  critical in the final analysis??


If the measurements were not important Dr. D. would not have included them.


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Also, my fingerprints were really hard for me to decipher. I think I may have had a lot of 'combo' types, but didn't feel really confident in claiming that.  How critical would that affect the final analysis.


Fingeprints definitely change the percentage matches that people on the forums like to quote. In some cases they also change diet recommendations.

here are some comments on the difference they make:

http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b-xpress/m-1316634663/

I like the fingerprinting strips in the kit.

http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=TE011

Others have lots of different methods that help them read difficult fingerprints.


http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b-GTDdiet/m-1266176146/
http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b-GTDdiet/m-1197971635/
http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b-GTDdiet/m-1220920761/
http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?m-1271519261//


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Also, my fingerprints were really hard for me to decipher. I think I may have had a lot of 'combo' types, but didn't feel really confident in claiming that.  How critical would that affect the final analysis.  If anyone can answer those questions that would be great.  Maybe one of the advisers could direct this question to the more appropriate thread. Thanks  


I got so sick of trying to do legible fingerprints! What worked best for me was making a digital photo of them that I uploaded to my computer and maximized the size! I could read them plain as day then!


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Thanks, Spring. I have tried and tried to do my fingerprints but they seem almost non-existant. Someone posted she used a magnifying glass. I tried that, too, but nothing worthwhile. I am going to try your idea of the digital photo uploaded to my computer. And, I may try putting my hands on the glass of my  printer and scanning them into the computer to enlarge. I think I have just about worn my fingerprints away.
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DL - you may have to eat as cleanly as possible and work to heal the intestinal walls so your fingerprints come back some prior to being able to read them well.


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I just tried Spring's idea to take digital photos of my fingers and enlarge them. Nope, I still can't see any prints. I also tried scanning my fingers on the scanner and enlarging them. Nope. Still no prints. I have used my hands in water and in art so much that maybe I have no prints left. But I will eat as clean as possible, ABJoe, as soon as my Swami arrives. I have tried on my own because I am allergic to SOOOOO many foods, but something still is amiss. Plus I have heart trouble now, so I have read everything I can find on the subject and try to do everything right.
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DL: You may want to consider getting someone else to make the fingerprints for you.  

Sometimes police departments do it free other times they charge a fee.

I think it is $15 in Jackson-contact
Identification Unit
Patricia Jackson
601-960-5792

Immigration requires it on documents, so many of their offices do it:

USCIS Application Support Center 100 West Capitol Street McCoy Federal Building Suite 727 Jackson, MS 39269-1602.

Sometimes there are "Print-A-Thons" or similar events to fingerprint childs.
If you showed up at such an event, I presume they would fingerprint you along with the children.


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I have used my hands in water and in art so much that maybe I have no prints left.

I didn't know prints would be reduced by being in water...  

I knew pineapple workers may have reduced height in the ridges from handling the enzymes and gluten sensitive people could have damage...


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My fingerprints have been illegible for years due to gut damage from gluten.  My ridges are beginning to reappear so that I can read 7 of my prints now.  I called the SWAMI support number and they instructed me what to enter.  I believe it was "composite".



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C_sharp, thanks for the information.  I'll send the info to reset my measurements.  Also, thanks for the links to the fingerprinting discussions.  I have a scanner, so I'll try that first.  If that doesn't work well I'll try the graphite printing.  I did get the kit already, but the ink that's left (my husband and I used the same strips...myself several times!) isn't that heavily coated.  By the way, during my Mom's last trimester carrying me she had to take shots regularly in order to prevent an early delivery.  That was 1951. I can't remember what the drug was called, but I believe in certain cases it has caused problems with the birthed children's ability to have children.  I had no problems having children.  I guess it could have given me an abundance of hormones while I was in the womb...I'm not very up to par with the medical aspects of it.
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I just tried Spring's idea to take digital photos of my fingers and enlarge them. Nope, I still can't see any prints. I also tried scanning my fingers on the scanner and enlarging them. Nope. Still no prints. I have used my hands in water and in art so much that maybe I have no prints left. But I will eat as clean as possible, ABJoe, as soon as my Swami arrives. I have tried on my own because I am allergic to SOOOOO many foods, but something still is amiss. Plus I have heart trouble now, so I have read everything I can find on the subject and try to do everything right.

One thing for sure, you will be VERY excited when you "grow" some prints!! I remember when I first got rid of white lines how excited I was! Good luck! I hope you didn't have too much light on your fingers. That would have caused a poor image.


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I had a hard time seeing my fingerprints in the beginning but I am able to see them quite clearly through a magnifying glass now, though my hands are chapped and dry -- I forget to use rubber gloves as often as I should for washing dishes and things, and I never wear gloves when I go out.  I can still see plenty of horizontal lines on all ten digits, and it has been over a year now of doing swami.  My digestion and general health are sooo much better, but the fingertips must take ages to reflect that.
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Hopefully I'll get rid of the lines some day, too... I have been without gluten already 2 years and 5 months. The prints are just the same as when I checked them first time.


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When I look at the ends of my fingers, they kind of look like they have been soaking in water instead of smooth. When I try to do the prints, which I have tried many times with ink (I even tried a light coat of acrylic paint, silly me), all I see are lots of white lines and prints so muffled from low ridges that I cannot decypher anything, even with a magnifying glass. I know that several years ago I had to have them made for a job. It took several tries for them to show up enough. I am very, very allergic to gluten. I have tried hard to avoid it, but it seems to creep into some foods unexpectantly. Just like sunflower stuff does. Some things I was able to eat/drink before (like one brand of store-bought almond milk) has sunflower lecithin or oil. Sunflower anything makes my throat and tongue break out in huge welts, just like penecillan does to my dad. Go figure.
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I just tried Spring's idea to take digital photos of my fingers and enlarge them. Nope, I still can't see any prints. I also tried scanning my fingers on the scanner and enlarging them. Nope. Still no prints. I have used my hands in water and in art so much that maybe I have no prints left. But I will eat as clean as possible, ABJoe, as soon as my Swami arrives. I have tried on my own because I am allergic to SOOOOO many foods, but something still is amiss. Plus I have heart trouble now, so I have read everything I can find on the subject and try to do everything right.


You might just have to commit a crime to get your prints!      

Joke aside...don't the police offer the service of doing your prints for a small fee??

Might be worth asking...or maybe police trainees/students....they'd need practice, wouldn't they?
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I just ran mine today for the first time in a couple of months, and yes, there are changes.  Changes that I'm liking a lot.  
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You might just have to commit a crime to get your prints!      

Joke aside...don't the police offer the service of doing your prints for a small fee??

Might be worth asking...or maybe police trainees/students....they'd need practice, wouldn't they?


Our state police just down the road from us will do this (for $10, I think it is), and you must have two acceptable forms of ID with you.

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I just ran mine today for the first time in a couple of months, and yes, there are changes.  Changes that I'm liking a lot.  


Yay!  I'm liking my changes very much, too.  Almond butter, which I eat almost every day (too often, actually) was upped to a diamond.  Red wine and chocolate were upped from neutral to superfoods (which, I realize, doesn't mean they're meant to be staples, lol!), and bananas were upped to diamonds.  Most of the chnages were subtle, and the only thing I lost that I miss is tomatoes, which is not that big of an adjustment.  I did notice, though, that when I ate chili with tomato base my joints reacted.  It's amazing how accurate swami is.  A lot of foods that I really love are supers and diamonds.  Now, if I can just cut back on the chocolate.  
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