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sunnyside
Wednesday, February 12, 2014, 7:11pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Your advise is very good. I am going to try right away. Thank you.
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Hi!

Could you please list ALL the differences between swami pro and swami xpress, please ?  


Warrior according to the genotype diet book but I'm waiting swami
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There are only two products: SWAMI GenoType and SWAMI Xpress. Pro does not exist. Although some people use Pro to refer to the SWAMI GenoType.

Basically there are several hundred additional settings requiring entry.

Incorrect entries with these additional options will degrade the diet recommendations.

To avoid these problems, a consumer product was made that was "idiot proofed" to assure that people got decent diet recommendations.

SWAMI GenoType is available through practitioners that have received training so they know what they are doing when they make settings.

SWAMI GenoType is sold in unit of 10 or 30 patients. SWAMI Xpress is sold for a single user and does not require any training to use.


MIfHI                            I follow a SWAMI diet.
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Here's a dumb question, what do you do if you are unable to log in? I know my account number and username are correct so I'm assuming I changed my password and don't remember what I changed it to... what do I do?
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Here's a dumb question, what do you do if you are unable to log in? I know my account number and username are correct so I'm assuming I changed my password and don't remember what I changed it to... what do I do?


Contact customer service: customerservice@dadamo.com



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I recently found out I am gluten intolerant and so went back into my SWAMI Xpress 2 and marked the modifier boxes to take out all gluten.

When I ran the updated list of allowed foods it is still listing essene/manna bread (carbs category) and beer (beverages category) in the beneficial columns, but I have been told by my doctor that neither sprouting nor fermentation will eliminate gluten from wheat, barley, rye, or oats.

Can anyone tell me why these gluten items are still listed as beneficial for me?

Thanks in advance.  
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did you unclick the GT box
and let swami compute your GT for you instead_?

revise each input before hitting compute
then contact support if still not satisfied with the choices given


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Chanur
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Hi Lola!

That genotype box to allow SWAMI to decide my genotype for me was not on the data in-put page. I did try looking for it more than once because I am aware that genotype can change.

When I didn't find it I assumed (perhaps incorrectly?) it was a change in the version 2 of SWAMI Xpress like the new "modifiers" I am trying to use to now eliminate gluten from my food recommendations.

So, no, I didn't un-tick the box, but that was because the box wasn't there to un-tick. Maybe that box being gone is an indication that something is malfunctioning and that I should just contact customer support?  



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The GenoType selection box being gone indicates that you are using SWAMI XP2.  The box is only present in Swami Xpress.


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I recently found out I am gluten intolerant and so went back into my SWAMI Xpress 2 and marked the modifier boxes to take out all gluten.

When I ran the updated list of allowed foods it is still listing essene/manna bread (carbs category) and beer (beverages category) in the beneficial columns, but I have been told by my doctor that neither sprouting nor fermentation will eliminate gluten from wheat, barley, rye, or oats.

Can anyone tell me why these gluten items are still listed as beneficial for me?


The foods are still listed as beneficial, because according to the SWAMI database both beer and manna bread are considered to not contain gluten.

If you think this an error, then you may want to contact SWAMI support and request that they change the database values for beer and manna bread.

Any food considered to be gluten free will not be affected by checking the modifier boxes for gluten.


MIfHI                            I follow a SWAMI diet.
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