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Funny thing about SWAMI... one day about a year ago, I logged onto it having not done that in a long time. All of a sudden changed from Warrior to Teacher. Reported it to the forum and suddenly several other board members started reporting the same thing. This was about a year ago, if I recall correctly. And, then one day, the collapsing sections thing appeared. Everything was collapsed by default. I go to expand everything and find that everything disappeared. So, *by memory* I had to add everything back in again. Only one thing I could not remember was haplogroups. So, I log into the Nat Geo website and they will only give me my Y Chromosome haplogroup. I would have to pay another $200 or whatever it is to get the Mitochondrial haplogroup redone, even though I'd paid to have it done already using the first version of their DNA test. So, I plan on using 23andme to get both haplogroups tested again for only $99. I figure that's a good idea anyway, just to ensure that Nat Geo was accurate. Luckily, I saved the SWAMI results based on both haplogroups. Honestly, I'm not that upset, because that version of the SWAMI with both haplogroups I consider the most accurate as the food choices really make sense to me and really work for me. I'm pretty much waiting on the next version of SWAMI to come out before getting a 23andme.
So, moral of the story is... get a DNA test for both haplogroups to get the most accurate SWAMI results. I think it really does narrow down the results best.