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paul clucas
Wednesday, May 9, 2012, 6:23pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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"O Explorer" is much closer to Hunter than "A Explorer".  Genotype modifies the effects and ephamsies of blood type - it does not completely rewrite it.


My weight loss goal: 220 lbs.  A 6'4" dyslexic oddball: the size of a line-backer, the silhouette of Winnie-the-Pooh.
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Wednesday, May 9, 2012, 6:35pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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It's still not clear to me how you can be an Explorer if your leg length is Hunter.
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Patty H
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Patty,

I believe it is because you are a BTO Patty. My husband is a Hunter and I an Explorer and we both get plenty of red meat, fish, poultry. My liver seems to be doing much better the past few months with taking Dr. D'Adamo's Hepatiguard. I did not do well with the Explorer Activator because of the Artichoke Leaf Extract due to no gallbladder. Later I came upon some thread where it was mentioned that this formula is not appropriate if no gallbladder. But the Hepatiguard...is just great, no more pain in the liver area. Happy liver = happy person. Life is so much better when the liver is not sluggish; it does not have the word 'live' in it for nothing.  


Glad you are feeling better, Diane!


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Patty H
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It's still not clear to me how you can be an Explorer if your leg length is Hunter.


I am not saying I am an Explorer, I am just wondering if Dr. Nash inputs all the new info I now have, would it push me over into Explorer.  Nothing about me seems to be 100% Hunter.  For instance, my legs are longer than my torso which fits with Hunter, but my upper legs are much longer than my lower legs, which fits with Explorer.  I also have the Radial Loop fingerprint pattern on my left index finger, which is a hallmark of Explorer.  My head is more the shape of an Explorer.  Finally I have a rare blood antigen, which would fit more with Explorer, since Explorers seem to have weird stuff going on.

The reason I am looking at this is because I am toxic in lead and mercury - which would also fit Explorer.


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Quoted from paul clucas
"O Explorer" is much closer to Hunter than "A Explorer".  Genotype modifies the effects and ephamsies of blood type - it does not completely rewrite it.


A explorers still need to exercise regularly and break a sweat though!  The meats don't bother me as long as they are pretty lean.  

When i eat them too much, i crave other types of food.  When i don't get enough, i crave meats. The frequency in the book seems perfect for me as an A explorer.

My mom is a hunter, always wondered how she could eat the "T-rex" pizza at our local pizza place!!  
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I am not saying I am an Explorer, I am just wondering if Dr. Nash inputs all the new info I now have, would it push me over into Explorer.  Nothing about me seems to be 100% Hunter.  For instance, my legs are longer than my torso which fits with Hunter, but my upper legs are much longer than my lower legs, which fits with Explorer.  I also have the Radial Loop fingerprint pattern on my left index finger, which is a hallmark of Explorer.  My head is more the shape of an Explorer.  Finally I have a rare blood antigen, which would fit more with Explorer, since Explorers seem to have weird stuff going on.

The reason I am looking at this is because I am toxic in lead and mercury - which would also fit Explorer.


Some explorers can have longer legs than torsos.  Yea, explorers tend to build up toxins over time, but maybe hunters could build up those too.  I think that heavy metals are not easily expelled from the body, but i do not know much about it.

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I am not saying I am an Explorer, I am just wondering if Dr. Nash inputs all the new info I now have, would it push me over into Explorer.  Nothing about me seems to be 100% Hunter.


Two contradictory points here:

1) I think most of your new information is not used in the equations that determine epigenetic superfamily.  If a item is not in the equation it has no effect on the results.

2) When a person is near the borderline between epigenetic superfamilies it does not seem to take much to flip a person between one GenoType label and another GenoType label.




MIfHI                            I follow a SWAMI diet.
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paul clucas
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I also have the Radial Loop fingerprint pattern on my left index finger, which is a hallmark of Explorer.
Although Dr. D' Adamo has never explicitly said so, this may override many other strong considerations in the determination of dominant Genotype.



My weight loss goal: 220 lbs.  A 6'4" dyslexic oddball: the size of a line-backer, the silhouette of Winnie-the-Pooh.
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Only one way to find out as a health psycho: put in your mouth and swallow. Find some hunter superfoods that are explorer poison or explorer superfoods that are hunter poison and live off of them and see what happens.
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Bekki Shining Bearheart
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I think that the one factor (as I recall-- it's been a long time since I did the measurements) that made me an Explorer and not a Hunter was my non secretor status...

I find that I crave a bit more lean red meat than I am supposed to have, and I fee better eating beef than lamb-- but I think this is because the lamb we are able to get is fattier than the grass fed beef at our farmer's market, and I seem to be quite sensitive to the fat. When I can get it I really like goat (and also venison), probably because it is generally much less fatty than lamb.

Been looking at the genoharmonic threads and I think I will focus a lot more than I have been on that information.
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Patty H
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Two contradictory points here:

1) I think most of your new information is not used in the equations that determine epigenetic superfamily.  If a item is not in the equation it has no effect on the results.

2) When a person is near the borderline between epigenetic superfamilies it does not seem to take much to flip a person between one GenoType label and another GenoType label.




Hi C Sharp - I am thinking about the genetic info I have.  For instance, methylation is a real problem for me.  Also, I assume I would now be considered chemical sensitive since we know I am toxic in lead and mercury?



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