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Posted by: Spring, Friday, January 18, 2013, 4:02am
I am slightly irritated that SWAMI has recently changed egg yolks to neutral for me! Already whole eggs were neutral, but yolks were a superfood, and Dr. D. had some great things to say earlier about how good they were for A types! If SWAMI keeps chopping off what I can eat, I am going to have to start living off of neutrals!! Also, cottage cheese has become a neutral, and it is the only dairy that I can eat without any sign of a problem. On the other hand, mozzarella is a superfood, and it nearly kills me to eat it more than about twice a month! Ricotta is a joke because it is so full of junk and salt that I wouldn't eat it if I had never heard of the diet! And it is a superfood. I guess I don't have to tell anyone that I will continue to eat cottage cheese. This that I am eating is no different from eating paneer. I am sick to death of everything being sooooo hard! There is only one place in town that carries the salt free cottage cheese that I eat, and the only one that is not full of junk. So I am going to keep eating it. No one has paneer cheese anyway. The only organic milk worth bringing home has been cooked to way past death so what is the use of trying to make paneer out of that? It has absolutely NO taste. It is no wonder - the milk is dead as a door nail.
Posted by: Seraffa, Friday, January 18, 2013, 8:19pm; Reply: 1
Quoted from Spring
I am slightly irritated that SWAMI has recently changed egg yolks to neutral for me! Already whole eggs were neutral, but yolks were a superfood, and Dr. D. had some great things to say earlier about how good they were for A types! If SWAMI keeps chopping off what I can eat, I am going to have to start living off of neutrals!! Also, cottage cheese has become a neutral, and it is the only dairy that I can eat without any sign of a problem. On the other hand, mozzarella is a superfood, and it nearly kills me to eat it more than about twice a month! Ricotta is a joke because it is so full of junk and salt that I wouldn't eat it if I had never heard of the diet! And it is a superfood. I guess I don't have to tell anyone that I will continue to eat cottage cheese. This that I am eating is no different from eating paneer. I am sick to death of everything being sooooo hard! There is only one place in town that carries the salt free cottage cheese that I eat, and the only one that is not full of junk. So I am going to keep eating it. No one has paneer cheese anyway. The only organic milk worth bringing home has been cooked to way past death so what is the use of trying to make paneer out of that? It has absolutely NO taste. It is no wonder - the milk is dead as a door nail.


That is just sooooooo wierd, Spring. Maybe you can get SWAMI adjusted to the Deep Blue mode to where you can deal with a special issue without sacrificing so much. Worked for me.
Posted by: ruthiegirl, Friday, January 18, 2013, 9:23pm; Reply: 2
I have to wonder if SWAMI is being fed mis-information if it keeps coming up *wrong* for you. Are you sure the measurements entered are completely accurate? No health problems checked that aren't really a priority right now?
Posted by: Dianne, Friday, January 18, 2013, 9:44pm; Reply: 3
Nothing EVER changes on my SWAMI. Seems strange that it does if one doesn't change any of the parameters?  :)
Posted by: Spring, Saturday, January 19, 2013, 5:36pm; Reply: 4
Quoted from Dianne
Nothing EVER changes on my SWAMI. Seems strange that it does if one doesn't change any of the parameters?  :)

Yes, it is strange all right. And I don't like strange that doesn't make sense to my body! For instance, why are a bunch of syrups, of all things, a superfood on my diet and sweet potatoes that are wonderful for me are a neutral? My diet is sounding more and more like those people on the paleo diet! I  finally broke down and bought Barley Malt that was a superfood, and, guess what? I've eaten some of it once, and, lo and behold, it becomes a neutral almost overnight. I am sick of buying outlandish, expensive stuff that eventually turns out almost overnight after I buy it not to be my best food! There are many changes on my diet besides these. My head has been spinning for three days because of this. I'm tired of literally turning my kitchen upside down trying to keep up with this! Another thing, out of all the multitudes of spices out there I am limited to SIX of them in my superfoods! What???? Some of those others out there such as mustard are worse than SYRUPS!?? I haven't lost confidence in SWAMI at all, but I think mine has gone crazy.

And another thing. Why do I keep getting emails with all my personal account SWAMI info for all the world to see? Don't they know people read these things? Once was enough to get this information. I'm not entirely brainless yet!
Posted by: Spring, Saturday, January 19, 2013, 5:44pm; Reply: 5
Quoted from ruthiegirl
I have to wonder if SWAMI is being fed mis-information if it keeps coming up *wrong* for you. Are you sure the measurements entered are completely accurate? No health problems checked that aren't really a priority right now?


Ruthie, I've gone over that thing over and over again. The things that keep coming up "wrong" for me are things that were agreeing with me fantastically! I hadn't changed anything whatsoever when these changes came up. I merely clicked right through to the "print" option after someone else mentioned a change in theirs. I finally even changed my weight since I haven't in a long time to see if that would "correct" anything but it was exactly the same.
Posted by: Spring, Sunday, January 20, 2013, 12:32am; Reply: 6
Well, I was wrong about the string beans. They are now in both super foods AND neutral foods. This is getting funny!:
SUPERFOODS
Adzuki Beans
Black Beans
Butter Beans
Cannellini Beans
Carob
Chia Seeds, Pinole
Great Northern Beans ◊
Haricot Beans
Hickory Nuts
Lentils, Sprouted ◊
Lentils, all types ◊
Litchi Nuts
Macadamia Nuts
Peas
Pecans
Pine Nuts, Pignola
Pinto Beans ◊
Pinto Beans, Sprouted ◊
Snap, String, Beans
NEUTRALS
Almond Butter
Almond Cheese
Almonds
Black Eyed Peas
Chestnuts, Chinese
Chestnuts, European
Copper Beans
Flax Seeds
Hemp Seeds
Lotus Seeds
Lotus root
Mothbeans
Navy Beans
Peanut Butter
Peanut Flour
Peanuts
Poppy Seeds
Sapodilla
Sesame Butter, Tahini
Sesame Seed
Snap, String, Beans
Soybean Granules, Lecithin
Soybean Meal
Walnuts
Winged Beans
Yardlong Beans
Posted by: Dianne, Sunday, January 20, 2013, 1:16am; Reply: 7
Quoted from Spring

Yes, it is strange all right. And I don't like strange that doesn't make sense to my body! For instance, why are a bunch of syrups, of all things, a superfood on my diet and sweet potatoes that are wonderful for me are a neutral? ..... What???? Some of those others out there such as mustard are worse than SYRUPS!?? I haven't lost confidence in SWAMI at all, but I think mine has gone crazy.

And another thing. Why do I keep getting emails with all my personal account SWAMI info for all the world to see? Don't they know people read these things? Once was enough to get this information. I'm not entirely brainless yet!


Spring - I would call NAP and tell them about your problem, there is a chap called Bob who works on the SWAMI program alongside Dr. D'Adamo. And with mention all of the e-mails that you are receiving I would want that addressed for sure. Definitely something not right there!  :)

Posted by: C_Sharp, Sunday, January 20, 2013, 2:56am; Reply: 8
Quoted from Spring

And another thing. Why do I keep getting emails with all my personal account SWAMI info for all the world to see? Don't they know people read these things? Once was enough to get this information. I'm not entirely brainless yet!


You get those emails, because you are clicking on the : button on the "Manage Your Account" information page.

You should be expecting that email when you get a confirmation page for the save that says something like this:

Quoted Text
Successfully edited SWAMI Xpress account for

Changes been added to the account profile and have been added to the database.

An acknowledgement email has been sent from swamixpress@northamericanpharmacal.com to yourname@yourisp.com.


If you do not make changes to your name, your password, your email address, your physical address, your phone number, your fax number, or your vernacular, there is no need to save that information again.

But if you do click the save button the SWAMI software will send an email letting you know that you have saved your account information.

This is a very common feature in online software. The email lets you know that information has been changed, and if you did not change it you should take action because your account is being tampered with.



Stop clicking the button (when you have not made changes) and you should stop receiving the email.

Posted by: Spring, Sunday, January 20, 2013, 4:02am; Reply: 9
Well, there are two places that our info can be "saved." I'm glad I haven't gotten over eighty e-mails every time one or the other got "saved." Now, if you could come up with another good explanation about why under the sun my SWAMI decides to go berserk every now and then, it would be wonderful! But don't worry, I know that is Bob's job already.
Posted by: Lola, Sunday, January 20, 2013, 4:04am; Reply: 10
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Why do I keep getting emails with all my personal account SWAMI info for all the world to see? Don't they know people read these things?


nobody but me reads my emails, I can assure you that!!!! ;D
how do you manage to have all the world see your email and which people read which things??

Totally 'lost in translation' here!!!  lol  seriously.....
Posted by: Spring, Wednesday, January 23, 2013, 6:14pm; Reply: 11
Lola, people have complained about getting ads about something they had mentioned in a private email. It has happened to me. Take note:

Senator Leahy's rewritten bill would allow more than 22 agencies -- including the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Federal Communications Commission -- to access Americans' e-mail, Google Docs files, Facebook wall posts, and Twitter direct messages without a search warrant.

I wouldn't trust 22 agencies of our government to always do the right thing. Too many people with too many reasons to do too many things for me not to expect corruption. And this is to say nothing for hackers that are multiplying like locusts.
Posted by: Goldie, Wednesday, January 23, 2013, 7:13pm; Reply: 12
The same agencies have been spying on us for the last 12 years, why worry now..

as for changes on Swami, I only get on email when I went in to it a certain way..

Yes some foods have changed, like orange juice avoid for decades, now neutral.. I was deprived of it all this time..

I wish there was a simple way to click on each food item to see why or what or ..

it would make life a little more interesting.  there is much I would like to know..

Spring you are temperamental, why have you not settled down yet.. ?  why be so high strung? Why allow your nerves to go ruin your day?  I feel for you, but have been there and I know I changed.. things bother me much less now that I am older..

Hope the same for you.... all the best.  
Posted by: 815 (Guest), Wednesday, January 23, 2013, 7:21pm; Reply: 13
It's true. My son said hackers can intersept emails en-route and get the info. That's why you're not supposed to email your credit card numbers or social.

Spring, what kind of information are you entering that keeps changing your foods around?  ??)
Posted by: Spring, Wednesday, January 23, 2013, 9:39pm; Reply: 14
Quoted from Goldie
Spring you are temperamental, why have you not settled down yet.. ?  why be so high strung?


Goldie, you don't know yourself as well as you think!!  ;D  I hate to think what you may have been saying in years past to people if you are "settled down now."  Wow!
Posted by: Spring, Wednesday, January 23, 2013, 9:55pm; Reply: 15
Quoted from 815
It's true. My son said hackers can intersept emails en-route and get the info. That's why you're not supposed to email your credit card numbers or social.
Spring, what kind of information are you entering that keeps changing your foods around?  ??)

I know people whose sole job is to use everything at their disposal to "break into" any system out there so the "entities" who own the systems - and pay their salaries - know where their weaknesses are. Take your pick as to who these "entities" are! There are some really funny stories about the scrapes they can get into! Hilarious! So, Mayflowers, you don't have to worry about me sending my "numbers" in an email!
     As I have said, I didn't change ANYTHING ANYWHERE in my SWAMI. I simply zipped right through and "printed" a diet because someone else had said things had changed in theirs. Boy, did I ever get a shock! I went back after that and changed my weight because I have lost. Nothing changed in the diet that time. I still had the same changes. Maybe if it were possible to put in something like "died of a heart attack," the thing would wake up. But I wouldn't count on it.
Posted by: lann1958, Wednesday, January 23, 2013, 11:24pm; Reply: 16
so basically you can never be 100% compliant. even if you go to the expense of swami. If what is neutral one day is a superfood the next and maybe avoid the next, then what you thought was good turns out to be an avoid. doesnt sound right to me. i keep reading these kinds of comments on this site and it really deters me from investing in swami. just sayin
Posted by: Spring, Thursday, January 24, 2013, 12:16am; Reply: 17
I wouldn't hesitate to buy SWAMI again because there is nothing out there in the world that can remotely compare to the individuality of it. But no software is perfect. Bob could no doubt get me on the straight and narrow pretty soon about some of these changes, but I think I will wait a while and see what SWAMI comes up with next. I'm not starving by any means. Quite the contrary! Another thing, SWAMI can't be blamed entirely for people not being totally "compliant!" People just aren't going to do that anyway unless they are really sick and seeing the "hand writing on the wall!" We haven't changed a whit from being human beings yet! Some things we know without a doubt that we are going to pay dearly if we eat them. Some things aren't so bad, but bad enough to get our attention. Other "cheats" will show up in ways that we will only recognize farther down the road. Actually, that kind is the scariest to me!
Posted by: C_Sharp, Thursday, January 24, 2013, 2:56am; Reply: 18
Quoted from lann1958
even if you go to the expense of swami. If what is neutral one day is a superfood the next and maybe avoid the next, then what you thought was good turns out to be an avoid. doesnt sound right to me. i keep reading these kinds of comments on this site and it really deters me from investing in swami. just sayin


I am not experiencing any problems with data changing in SWAMI.
I have ran SWAMI hundreds of times both for myself and for other people.

SWAMI is a computer program.

If I change the input data to SWAMI the output changes.

If I do not change the input data, the output data is the same as it was yesterday or 6 months ago.

Posted by: lann1958, Thursday, January 24, 2013, 2:59am; Reply: 19
im just saying that if a person is trying to be 100%, then things change and they find out that some of the things that were suppose to be superfoods, ect, are now not. so even if they think theve been eating all the right things they then may find out that they have been eating things that are actually bad for them. ive seen many posts from people saying this. ive been doing the basic btd, it had helped me tremendously. i intend to continue it the rest of my life
Posted by: Spring, Thursday, January 24, 2013, 5:03am; Reply: 20
Quoted from lann1958
im just saying that if a person is trying to be 100%, then things change and they find out that some of the things that were suppose to be superfoods, ect, are now not. so even if they think theve been eating all the right things they then may find out that they have been eating things that are actually bad for them. ive seen many posts from people saying this. ive been doing the basic btd, it had helped me tremendously. i intend to continue it the rest of my life

Dr. D. is a one-man show and he can only do so much. He is continually learning, learning, learning. We want to benefit from that learning too. Which is exactly what we are doing. We may howl about it, but we know he is right as far as he can be with what he has to work with. If we went to the clinic, they would sort all this out for us. We are individuals, and we can see that more clearly the longer we work with the diets. The basic diet helped me tremendously, too, but SWAMI is my favorite of all of them.
Posted by: Maybe, Thursday, January 24, 2013, 11:39am; Reply: 21
I notice changes as well. When I first did the test, I said that SWAMI should calculate my GT for me. Subsequently, SWAMI filled in GT4 in the form which results in a different outcome the next time... for whatever reason. I think SWAMI gets less individual if you say what GT you are...So I have to go back and change the settings to "calculate GT for me" every time...

...at least that's what I thought is going on. I'm not done finding the optimal result for me yet either.
Posted by: Averno, Thursday, January 24, 2013, 12:27pm; Reply: 22
Quoted from Maybe
I notice changes as well. When I first did the test, I said that SWAMI should calculate my GT for me. Subsequently, SWAMI filled in GT4 in the form which results in a different outcome the next time... for whatever reason. I think SWAMI gets less individual if you say what GT you are...So I have to go back and change the settings to "calculate GT for me" every time...

...at least that's what I thought is going on. I'm not done finding the optimal result for me yet either.


Yes, I always have to remember to do this as well.
Posted by: C_Sharp, Thursday, January 24, 2013, 2:17pm; Reply: 23
The behavior Averno and Maybe describe is the normal behavior of the product.

When you run SWAMI with this field set to: Determine GenoType For Me

GenoType:
The software calculates your GenoType.

Once it has determined the "GenoType" it sets the value it uses for GenoType.

This calculated value is what the software assumes you will want to use on future runs.

This has the advantage of causing SWAMI to not have to do as many calculation on subsequent runs
(think less waiting).

It also has the advantage of making the food lists more "set" and changing less between runs. People seem to get upset when values of foods change.

---
I prefer to have SWAMI recalculate the GenoType each time, so I normally choose "Determine GenoType For Me"

This means the food lists change more, when I regenerate the diet report.




When you do not have SWAMI calculate a GenoType, It may omit a few pages from the diet report explaining how the GenoType was calculated. (These pages do not occur in the abbreviated diet)
Posted by: Goldie, Thursday, January 24, 2013, 3:34pm; Reply: 24

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I wouldn't hesitate to buy SWAMI again because there is nothing out there in the world that can remotely compare to the individuality of it. But no software is perfect


I agree 110%.. the best part is that it changes and gets updated .. I mean who ever paid for something and got it updated fro free..

I love being able to print it.. so easy..

BUT in all honesty, the books all had different diets for me even though I never changed who I am.. O neg, the gatherer,, but diets where always different for fibromialgia, for pain, for hormones, for heart issues, for diabetes, and for dropping weight / gaining ..  I go with the flow, I trust that what Dr D said then is what he knew then, and built on it.. I trust that along the way he modified this or that to be less stringent.. to allow a little more freedom, while still healing the insides of us.  

I know that I would be overblown diabetic, ill and 5000 pounds without BTD and all that came after.. for me it saves my life every day. I know  am RELAXED today, as compared when I was a workaholic on caffeine,,,, I can see and smell the flowers today, then I only had time to run and do more.. driven by caffeine in meds and caffeine in a cup...

I love differences, but do no longer have to prove the differences as I would have years ago.. I can laugh, and most day do.. even at my self..      


Swami is worth the next informed doctors visit, as opposed to wondering why I feel so awful which I did for years..and many decades.. I suffered greatly.. a memory today..  ..

and Spring you are right.. some thing trigger me.. dictates do.. so yes I can be all that you would like to call me instead of my name..  ;D ;D ;D  
Posted by: ruthiegirl, Thursday, January 24, 2013, 3:45pm; Reply: 25
I have a SWAMI pro. I can't just re-run it myself and play around with the settings; I have to go back to the practitioner if I want it re-run. I've only done that twice: first when I got SWAMI the first time, and the second when I got my secretor status tested (she double-checked my measurements when she took the saliva sample, then emailed me the new SWAMI report.) I don't intend to go back there unless my health changes dramatically. Entering menopause would be a reason to have SWAMI re-run; losing 30 pounds would not be.

It would be nice to play around with the portion sizes and stuff, but I just have it set the way it is. I eat more if I'm not satisfied with the SWAMI portions.
Posted by: 815 (Guest), Thursday, January 24, 2013, 4:03pm; Reply: 26
I was going to say I wonder if Spring accidently toggled something on or off without realizing it.. to make such a difference in her menu?  ??)

Can't Kent go and check it for her?
Posted by: Lloyd, Thursday, January 24, 2013, 4:18pm; Reply: 27
Quoted from lann1958
im just saying that if a person is trying to be 100%, then things change and they find out that some of the things that were suppose to be superfoods, ect, are now not. so even if they think theve been eating all the right things they then may find out that they have been eating things that are actually bad for them. ive seen many posts from people saying this. ive been doing the basic btd, it had helped me tremendously. i intend to continue it the rest of my life




I think you may be missing an important point or two.

Your body and health change over time. Why shouldn't your nutritional needs change?

The SWAMI is for the snapshot that you provide at the time the program is run.
Posted by: ABJoe, Thursday, January 24, 2013, 4:35pm; Reply: 28
Quoted from 815
Can't Kent go and check it for her?

I think she would have to contact Bob @ DPN to discuss the results...
Posted by: Spring, Thursday, January 24, 2013, 6:31pm; Reply: 29
Going back to what I said some time ago, there is no question that I am teetering on the cusp of two different GenoTypes. Throw in being a nonnie and a few other things, and I don't think there is any software yet that can figure all that out  completely. To be candid, I think I am doing exceptionally well considering everything.

As for my diet right now, I have three diamond superfoods in veggie proteins. I have seven diamond superfoods in fruits. Two I simply can't eat. Never saw a paw paw and elderberries don't grow around here anymore (I do take elderberry supplements).  So that leaves three diamonds in fruits. Of course, turkey is the only diamond in poultry. No diamonds in dairy.

So considering the fact that I don't have many of the problems that SWAMI lists as concerns for Explorers, I think I have my Warrior tendencies to thank for that. OR SWAMI, GENO, BTD, ER4YT have all performed marvelously, and I don't have to worry about eating neutrals and the occasional black dot anymore, as long as they don't bother me! I have two pages of test results here and none of the numbers are of any concern to my doctor whatsoever, and he went over every single item on there with me. Aside from that, he knows more about nutrition than all the other doctors I've ever been to put together. But looking at his demeanor tells a lot more than what he says. He has very clear eyes, a bounce in his step, listens to what you say without forming opinions before the words leave your mouth, doesn't look like he is "doped up" on anything, never seems in a hurry, but he doesn't waste a second of the appointment. I have a tendency to really like doctors who don't look like they partied too late the night before - I guess you can tell that though! (smile)
Posted by: Spring, Thursday, January 24, 2013, 6:53pm; Reply: 30
Remember when people were complaining about part of their profiles getting wiped out, and everything having to be re-entered? That happened to me a few times, but it hasn't in quite a while so I forgot about it. Just now I decided to check the drop-down box, and, lo and behold,  everything was blank, again! I re-entered the info for my family history - so far they had/have problems that I don't have - not yet, anyway. When I entered all that, strangely enough, I got my diet back to the letter! You would think it would be the other way around - that I would be more restricted instead of less!! Maybe the family profile has a different meaning than I thought.

After this round I hope I NEVER forget again that SWAMI may wipe out some of my entries and to check, check, check!!!
Posted by: Spring, Thursday, January 24, 2013, 6:58pm; Reply: 31
Quoted from ruthiegirl
losing 30 pounds would not be.

I would think the only reason that it would matter to post a 30-pound loss is because if we lost that much and needed to lose another 30, our portions would be quite a bit less!

Posted by: ABJoe, Thursday, January 24, 2013, 7:28pm; Reply: 32
Quoted from Spring
I would think the only reason that it would matter to post a 30-pound loss is because if we lost that much and needed to lose another 30, our portions would be quite a bit less!

Not necessarily...  You don't want to eat so little that the body goes into "conserve" mode...
Posted by: C_Sharp, Thursday, January 24, 2013, 8:41pm; Reply: 33
Quoted from Spring
Just now I decided to check the drop-down box, and, lo and behold,  everything was blank, again! I re-entered the info for my family history - so far they had/have problems that I don't have - not yet, anyway.



I do not like that behavior on an html form. I put in a request for a change through the online help in SWAMI.

If you are losing data when sections of the intake data are collapsed, you will want to leave all the section of the data intake form uncollapsed until there is a fix.

Sorry for the difficulty.

(I like to see the data, so I do not collapse the sections. But if you allow people to collapse, you should not wipe out the data because they choose to use the feature.)  
Posted by: Spring, Thursday, January 24, 2013, 9:38pm; Reply: 34
Quoted from ABJoe
Not necessarily...  You don't want to eat so little that the body goes into "conserve" mode...

A lot of the time the dreaded "plateaus" are a result of not lowering serving sizes - not immediately, of course, but when it is certain that the plateau is "real!" You're right about the conserve mode, though. I call it the starvation mode! I either have to raise the level of my workouts or lower the amount I eat.
Posted by: Spring, Thursday, January 24, 2013, 9:39pm; Reply: 35
Quoted from C_Sharp
I do not like that behavior on an html form. I put in a request for a change through the online help in SWAMI.

If you are losing data when sections of the intake data are collapsed, you will want to leave all the section of the data intake form uncollapsed until there is a fix.

Sorry for the difficulty.

(I like to see the data, so I do not collapse the sections. But if you allow people to collapse, you should not wipe out the data because they choose to use the feature.)

Thanks for your help, C#!
Posted by: Maybe, Thursday, January 24, 2013, 9:51pm; Reply: 36
Quoted from C_Sharp



I do not like that behavior on an html form. I put in a request for a change through the online help in SWAMI.

If you are losing data when sections of the intake data are collapsed, you will want to leave all the section of the data intake form uncollapsed until there is a fix.

Sorry for the difficulty.

(I like to see the data, so I do not collapse the sections. But if you allow people to collapse, you should not wipe out the data because they choose to use the feature.)  


On my laptop those sections collapse by default. Though it doesn't happen on my tablet.
Posted by: cajun, Friday, January 25, 2013, 1:43am; Reply: 37
Wow! So sorry for all your troubles, Spring! :-/
And I thought it was weird that celery went from a super to an avoid about 2 months ago! ??) ;D Only thing that changed "all on its own"
Posted by: Spring, Friday, January 25, 2013, 2:04am; Reply: 38
Quoted from cajun
Wow! So sorry for all your troubles, Spring! :-/
And I thought it was weird that celery went from a super to an avoid about 2 months ago! ??) ;D Only thing that changed "all on its own"

Thanks, Cajun! I have everything back in order in my printed diet now so all finally turned out well. Both celery and cucumber turned into neutrals on that other crazy diet, but now I have them both back as superfoods and celery is a diamond! So I feel pretty good after all these days of feeling like I had lost several of my best friends!! I do not like that feeling!!  :)
Posted by: cajun, Friday, January 25, 2013, 4:20am; Reply: 39
;D I know!
I think I stay with the teacher diet because it allows just a little bit
more variety than my explorer print out. I've been following it for years now anyway...2 with swami and roughly 10 with BTD and then teacher genotype.
Glad you are set now1 ;)
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