Quoted from C_SharpYes. This is definitely okay. You need to do what works for your body.
But if you have not already done so I would suggest reviewing the data you entered in SWAMI for two things:
1) Things that are outright wrong/incorrect (obviously fix these)
2) Look for items that could be changed (Things you just guessed at, health concerns that you once had but no longer have, ...)
C-Sharp, per your 2) point... Are you saying, for instance, that if I had only 1 bladder infection 2 years ago (very slight, no pain, just picked up on my yearly blood test analysis) and it went away after only a short while, that I should NOT check the box beside 'History of urinary ????' I can't remember exactly how SWAMI phrases it.
I can't remember exactly how SWAMI phrases it.
Quoted from C_Sharp
Do you have a history of urinary or renal problems:
Which sort of sounds like if you ever had a bladder infection in your life you should check it.
I tend to just check just the things that I want SWAMI to address in it its diet selections. So if I feel that I fully recovered from a minor infection and do not have and ongoing weakness or concern in an area I would not check it.
I have had proven low thyroid symptoms that improved in the past on iodine supplementation. No longer a problem but I would like to get what I need from my SWAMI.
It seems that it is not as cut and dry as I would like it to be. :-/