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Poppy
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Under the genoharmonic foods section of swami, it tells me that both endive and hearts of palm can be combined with other foods, such as bok choy, to give the best results. This confuses me because all of these foods are listed as "neutrals" and not "superfoods". Do they become superfoods when combined, and are otherwise neutral?


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It seems to enhance them for the purpose of the combination. (in my case detox) or perhaps it enhances the super food for the designated purpose.


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The one on the left with the stars under it with one of the ones on the right is all you need.


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these foods are listed as "neutrals" and not "superfoods". Do they become superfoods when combined, and are otherwise neutral?


yes

read the text in your swami explaining
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Enhancing Cellular Detoxification

Geno Harmonic Foods are unique combinations of certain foods which SWAMI GenoType has determined will yield the maximum epigenetic enhancement. The epigenic value of the food is indicated by its star value, from exceptional () to very good (). Simply reference a food you will be using at the left, and try to combine it with Geno harmonic foods that are listed to the right. CAPITALIZED foods are Super-Geno Harmonic foods

These Geno-Harmonic food relationships emphasize superbeneficial foods for your blood type and GenoType which contain nutrients which enhance detoxification. Many of the genes found in the liver (the 'Phase I and Phase II' enzyme systems) speed the removal of man-made (xenobiotic) chemicals from the body. These are enhanced by choosing to eat foods combined as listed below. Other food combinations enhance the ability of the body's cells to excrete their metabolic waste products into the blood and lymph. Food combinations which speed removal of waste material from the intestines and kidneys or balance the level of microbial overgrowth in the digestive tract are also emphasized. You can learn more about these epigenetic functions by reading Chapter II A World of limitless Potential, pages 24-26 in The GenoType Diet.


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I think of the genoharmonic combinations as being "super duper foods"; even more healing than the diamond foods are.


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Well, it's all very fascinating! There is so much detail. I think this will add more variety to my diet. Thanks everyone!


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Many of my GH combinations often list a superfood combined with a neutral....and neutrals wouldn't be considered powerful healers as a food group all by themselves.  Once mixed with a specific beneficial food these neutrals now become what Ruthie described as "super duper foods"...Using GH combinations is a way to get more healing mileage out of many otherwise neutral foods....ie, derive maximum epigenetic enhancement.


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Most of my five star geno harmonics are fish (8 in fact) my favourite food... my body must know how i feel with a fish and berries or sharp cheese combo!!!  I love my swami choices
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I guess I am the opposite! As akid I detested fish, now I like certain kinds, and have toforce myself to eat it regularly., I guess it doesn't help that we have no fish market in our town, except what is at the fish counter at the grocery store, so most of the fish we eat is frozen or canned. Oh well, I do what I can, and seem to be doing fairly well in spite of this.


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I love that I can take a neutral food and turn it into a double-diamond by combining! It opens up a lot of variety  


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Yes, this has beena recent discovery for me!


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This might be a new thread, but I need to clear up a bit of confusion. In my Swami, it states that malanga,  tannier, and xanthosoma are the same thing and are superfoods. It then has taro, dasheen, and poi  under avoids that are capitalized ( in other words they can be introduced after 6 months avoidance).In Wikipedia,  malanga and taro are the same thing, and all are in the "araceae" family. I have just found Malanga root in my local fruit and vegie store, and LOVE it. Has anyone else tried this, and should I be eating it or not? It does say that there are many common names for this root. So, should I be concerned about this?


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This might be a new thread, but I need to clear up a bit of confusion. In my Swami, it states that malanga,  tannier, and xanthosoma are the same thing and are superfoods. It then has taro, dasheen, and poi  under avoids that are capitalized ( in other words they can be introduced after 6 months avoidance).In Wikipedia,  malanga and taro are the same thing, and all are in the "araceae" family. I have just found Malanga root in my local fruit and vegie store, and LOVE it. Has anyone else tried this, and should I be eating it or not? It does say that there are many common names for this root. So, should I be concerned about this?


I have doubts about using only Wikipedia as a source of information.  Try to find an agricultural cooperative extension service to clarify for you.

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under avoids that are capitalized ( in other words they can be introduced after 6 months avoidance)


you mean the black dots under toxins in your list


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All entries are capitalized...  The ones in the toxin column with the black dot in parenthesis following the entry may be reintroduced after the "washout" period...


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This might be a new thread, but I need to clear up a bit of confusion. In my Swami, it states that malanga,  tannier, and xanthosoma are the same thing and are superfoods. It then has taro, dasheen, and poi  under avoids that are capitalized ( in other words they can be introduced after 6 months avoidance).In Wikipedia,  malanga and taro are the same thing, and all are in the "araceae" family. I have just found Malanga root in my local fruit and vegie store, and LOVE it. Has anyone else tried this, and should I be eating it or not? It does say that there are many common names for this root. So, should I be concerned about this?


Internal to SWAMI these foods have significantly different values associated with them. The foods will rate differently for many people.

I consider Malanage to be Xanthosoma sagittifolium

I consider Taro to be Caladium, Colocasia


I rarely eat the roots, but I like the stems and leaves.
I use the rating for "Taro Leaves, Shoots" to determine the rating for these



When eating any of these foods be sure it is prepared in such a way that it is fully cooked.


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All entries are capitalized...  The ones in the toxin column with the black dot in parenthesis following the entry may be reintroduced after the "washout" period...


On the wallet cards ALL CAPS indicates black dot foods.



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On the wallet cards ALL CAPS indicates black dot foods.

Oh, right...  Thanks, C-#.


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Most of my five star geno harmonics are fish (8 in fact) my favourite food... my body must know how i feel with a fish and berries or sharp cheese combo!!!  I love my swami choices


My foods would be with fish which I don't like.. so, could I exchange the foods with meat?  

I have not done this so so far, but getting "super duper food' effects might be INTERESTING!! Good name.. those food combos could be a whole new experience. ...one at a time, each for different effects, mental or physical.  

  


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Well, I WAS looking at the wallet cards when I looked at this info.about malanga and taro. I guess I will look further and look at latin names to be sure.

And Goldie, I would like to replace fish with meat. But I try not to! I HATED fish as a kid. Sardines in a can almost make me gag. I did try heating hem briefly in a frying pan, adding nothing to the pan, It make them less slimey. It is a n ongoing challenge for me.


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forget it .. fish I can only tolerate whit tuna in a can with mayo.. on avoid.. so no thanks..so, I am doing my bid not to deplete the oceans of fish...  

The idea of combining such Geno harmonic's with meat might still be better than ignoring the whole section, as I have done so far.


SO what combos has anyone tried so far??[color=blue][/color]


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My foods would be with fish which I don't like.. so, could I exchange the foods with meat?

Not for the purposes of the genoharmonic combination.


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That leaves me ONE only.. too bad.


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I went into my Swami program and changed one small item. I also asked the program to choose with regard to geno harmonic (sorry, not there now, can't remember the question, but it was one to do with methylation etc which I had previously chosen myself), and came up with quite a new set of geno-harmonic foods (including chocolate which I saw on the news yesterday as being a newly discovered positive for good BMI!!!)
So now I will really try geno-harmonics since I have been doing the Swami food list rigorously for quite some time. What fun!( But I have to find unsweetened blackberry juice as I simply don't use sugar).



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how did you enter that question?  

I might ask how to have more foods WITh meat.


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