Quoted TextStrength Testing, Second Pass
• MBI JP(P) Function suggestive of GenoType /Characteristic of Explorer.
• MBI SN(N) Function suggestive of GenoType /Characteristic of Explorer.
• MBI TF(F) Function suggestive of GenoType /Characteristic of Explorer.
Ridge patterns asymmetrical to blood group /Characteristic of Explorer.
Finally, I am not sure how my rare blood antigen would fit into this since SWAMI Express does not allow me to input my MN status as NMg.
Anyway, on the part of the report, "What Makes You a GT4 Explorer:" I have no idea what the things under "Strength Testing, Second Pass" mean. Here they are below, copied from the report.
..makes me wonder why I am typed as a Hunter.... SWAMI Pro and my SWAMI Xpress both typed me as Hunter.
Anyway, on the part of the report, "What Makes You a GT4 Explorer:" I have no idea what the things under "Strength Testing, Second Pass" mean. Here they are below, copied from the report. Hopefully someone can enlighten me:
In reading through the report, I can understand why Dr. Nash was sure I would be an Explorer. I have a radial loop on my left index finger and an whorl on my right index finger. Two different index fingerprints are a hallmark of Explorer, although it appears it is more common to have a radial loop and an ulnar loop. Regardless, radial loops are fairly rare and mine is on the index finger.
The report also goes on to say that Explorers often have SNP's in several of the genes that are involved in detoxification. This is also true in my case.
Also, I know from genetic testing that I am a slow acetylator, which is also characteristic of Explorer.
That means that in SWAMI the determination of the epigenetic superfamily of individual is a multi step process.
Include in the second step of determining a client's epigenetic superfamily is the consideration of Myer-Briggs and finger print ridge patterns.
Neither SWAMI GenoType or SWAMI Xpress allow an entry of NMg. However with SWAMI GenoType there are more entries than SWAMI Xpress to customize the diet of people with NMg, if the practitioner knows what those needs are.
What might the particular needs be of a person with NMg or just Mg in general? Any idea? I assume not a lot is known about the minor blood types, but maybe I am wrong.
If you look at the reports for Hunter it will explain why the software determined you were Hunter.
If you feel that the software and Dr. Nash is in error, you can always use the diet you generated with SWAMI Xpress set to explorer and see if it works better for you.
Quoted TextIt's not that I feel Dr. Nash or SWAMI is wrong, it is just that she was so sure I would be an Explorer and she was really surprised when I typed as a Hunter. Given the fact that I have a lot more information about my genetics now
call her, and ask if she can add the' whole lot of more information about your genetics' that you have now.......bet you she ll be enthused ;D
Quoted TextMy fear is that I have so much information that it will cost me an arm and a leg to have her review it all
I have always used what SWAMI calculates.
This is in part do to my experience of following my two other possible GenoTypes from the book and comparing them with the diet created by SWAMI. It was so much better, I had no desire to go back to anything that was more like the diets form the GenoType book, which did not work for me.
I do sometimes compare the diet list of a forced epigenetic superfamily with the one calculated by the software. But that is for curiosity rather than because I intend to change the diet plan. Not always, but most often the diet plans are fairly similar.
I printed out the Explorer plan and it is fairly similar, much to my surprise. The diet in the book for Explorers seems so very different than the printout from SWAMI.
Is there ever a circumstance where a practitioner decides to override SWAMI - such as the need to detox heavy metals?
Quoted TextIs there ever a circumstance where a practitioner decides to override SWAMI - such as the need to detox heavy metals?
that is precisely what Dr N diagnosed you with, among other, no?
Quoted from SpringI must say this is just so fascinating!! Patty H., nobody can say that you haven't fought your way through a huge cloud to get where you are. I really would be leaning toward following your thinking on this - for a while anyway.
My diet is rather simple for me. I simply go according to SWAMI except on those things that make my stomach hurt, etc., and those I simply leave off - for now. That is pretty straightforward. But I gather your body and/or mind is telling you something just doesn't seem right, and maybe you need to listen for a while. Aside from that, though, I'm like Lola about Dr. Nash being glad to look at this again! I think she would too. As for the cost, just ask!! (smile)
Very good advice here, imo.
you have nothing to loose by asking
tell her you now have relevant information, and let her do the deciding if important, not you
Quoted from paul clucasMy son is definitely an Explorer and he has a whorl on his left thumb and an radial loop on his right.
I would bet the farm he is an Explorer. Since my wife is also an Explorer it is a natural epi-genetic fit.
Quoted from 18545This is very interesting to read but I imagine very frustrating to live. I hope you find your answers.
I have learned a lot just reading...didn't know Myer-Briggs was used in GTD/swami and didn't know
whorl on left thumb and an radial loop on right meant something...I've got a pair of those too.