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alexandrasandra
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Tadaaaa!
I did the measurements!

http://duska.blox.pl/resource/hura.gif


It took me a long time, I did honestly measurements several times, also with the help of someone to be objective.  


RESULTS:
1 Hunter - 19 points
2 Gatherer - 9 points
3 Teacher - 6 points
4 Explorer - 0 points
5 Warrior - 16 points
6 Nomad - 27 points

When it comes to sensitivity to caffeine - I read in a book that the Author has in mind someone who can't sleep after caffeine. But I have exactly the opposite. After coffee I sleep very well, after tea sometimes I can't sleep! When I drink coffee in the evening, I always want to sleep and after coffee I sleep very good. Once the doctor told me that some womens just can't sleep after tea because theine in tea. And after caffeine sleep good.

My sensitivity to coffee is that after coffee sometimes I get a headache when I drink during the day. I don't feel energized after coffee. More sluggish, leisurely. By the fact that coffee sometimes makes me headache and that I always want to sleep, I don't like coffee. Therefore, the genotype Explorer have indicated 0 points.

One thing I don't understand - if I'm an ectomorph type of body and "ideal" ratio of waist to hip ratio, which means "ideal"? After measuring waist and hips - my results is 0.68 (I have 53cm in waist and 78cm in the hips). But "ideal" is less thank 0.91. But I have a 0.68. It's ideal? Or something another ? When this is "ideal", then Explorer is 3 points  

My Other features:

- Blood group B +
- Symmetrical - both halves of the body are the same
- White lines on fingerprint
- Ectomorphic physique
- All the fingerpints symmetrical - 8 ulnar loops symmetrically on both hands, 2 fingerprints - vortex on indicating fingers
- Long shape of the skull
- A large angle of the mandible
- Thigh longer than calf
- Incisors shovel

Thanks for help !

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Lloyd
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B's are most often Nomads. Sometimes Gatherer or Explorer.

You didn't mention (or I missed) torso to leg ratio or index finger to ring finger ratio. (or measures).

With those we should be able to confirm. You look like a Nomad.
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ruthiegirl
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Best is to use the "advanced calculator" in the back of the book. For that, you need some measurements that you haven't shared.


Ruth, Single Mother to 19yo   O- Leah , 18yo O- Hannah, and  13yo B+ Jack


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Quoted from Lloyd
B's are most often Nomads. Sometimes Gatherer or Explorer.

You didn't mention (or I missed) torso to leg ratio or index finger to ring finger ratio. (or measures).

With those we should be able to confirm. You look like a Nomad.



Thanks for answer.
My torso to leg ratio - 86cm/83cm (I measured many times), also with the help of another person. I'm 169cm tall, 86cm torso, 83cm legs (torso longer than legs).
Index finger longer 2-3 mm than ring finger.
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alexandrasandra
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Quoted from ruthiegirl
Best is to use the "advanced calculator" in the back of the book. For that, you need some measurements that you haven't shared.


I did "advanced calculator" in the back of the book. Result - Nomad (from this table from book).

P.S. I'm only not sure my secretory status, the problem is, that I called many laboratories and genetic centres and NO ONE know what I mean.

Tomorrow I try to call some another laboratory in Warsaw.
Everyone asks what I want the result - to which the symbol is stored result.
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I don't need the actual numbers, just the ratios.

Torso is longer than legs

Is upper leg longer than your lower leg? (never mind- I see you shared that in the very first post.) Upper leg is longer than lower leg.

Are your index fingers longer than your ring fingers on both hands, or only on one?

Whether you're a secretor or a non-secretor, you're clearly a Nomad based on the Advanced Calculator.  For the Intermediate Calculator, you can ignore the numbers for the genotypes that Bs can't be. So that leaves  27 points Nomad, 9 points Gatherer, and O points Explorer.  That also points to Nomad.

If you're going to follow a published diet from the Genotype Book, you're a Nomad. Finding out your secretor status won't change your diet if you're following this book.

If you were following the basic Blood Type Diet, then secretor status would matter. If you upgraded to a personalized SWAMI, then secretor status definitely would refine your food choices. But for following this book, you don't need it.


Ruth, Single Mother to 19yo   O- Leah , 18yo O- Hannah, and  13yo B+ Jack


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Seraffa
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I do love B Nomads.....they are tough to beat as far as the "easy on the eye" physique.


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Quoted from ruthiegirl
I don't need the actual numbers, just the ratios.

Torso is longer than legs

Is upper leg longer than your lower leg? (never mind- I see you shared that in the very first post.) Upper leg is longer than lower leg.

Are your index fingers longer than your ring fingers on both hands, or only on one?

Whether you're a secretor or a non-secretor, you're clearly a Nomad based on the Advanced Calculator.  For the Intermediate Calculator, you can ignore the numbers for the genotypes that Bs can't be. So that leaves  27 points Nomad, 9 points Gatherer, and O points Explorer.  That also points to Nomad.

If you're going to follow a published diet from the Genotype Book, you're a Nomad. Finding out your secretor status won't change your diet if you're following this book.

If you were following the basic Blood Type Diet, then secretor status would matter. If you upgraded to a personalized SWAMI, then secretor status definitely would refine your food choices. But for following this book, you don't need it.

In brief :

- torso longer than legs
- upper leg longer than lower legs
- index finger longer than ring finger
- all fingers have the same length symmetrically
- blood type group B +
- white lines on the fingerprints
- fingerprints - 8 fingersprints symmetrically ulnar loop, 2 fingerprints (index finger) - vortex


(I don't know my secretor status and PROP status).
I guess, I m secretor, but this is only my intuition
Btw. in other thread I write about my problems with finding laboratory.
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Quoted from alexandrasandra
Everyone asks what I want the result - to which the symbol is stored result.

The symbol for Secretor is Se/se.  Read more about it here:
http://www.drpeterjdadamo.com/wiki/wiki.pl/Secretor_Status


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Quoted from ABJoe

The symbol for Secretor is Se/se.  Read more about it here:
http://www.drpeterjdadamo.com/wiki/wiki.pl/Secretor_Status


Thanks for answer !

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