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Posted by: Seraffa, Wednesday, April 30, 2014, 10:13pm
I just thought it would be nice to establish kind of a clubhouse for this, since a couple of other people posted that they were trying it. A place to list "why's", trys and combos that turn out to be efficient and convenient.

Anyone want to come over?

Everyone deserves genoharmonics. I always think of it as "One Step Beyond", just like the song! Who knows where you'll springboard into next?   ;D http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-uyWAe0NhQ
Posted by: Spring, Friday, May 2, 2014, 4:26am; Reply: 1
We get busy and forget to try these strange and wonderful combinations, I'm afraid. I'm still doing the sardine, molasses, lecithin, carob extract, cranberries and pecans conglomeration. Delicious too!
Posted by: deblynn3, Friday, May 2, 2014, 12:30pm; Reply: 2
When I looked at my list I found some I was already doing, cranberry on goat or lamb, hazelnut nut, zucchini. Saw bok choy in store other day that will be a good one for me. I like tenderizing meat with the fruit, oil.
Posted by: Seraffa, Friday, May 2, 2014, 1:10pm; Reply: 3
Quoted from Spring
We get busy and forget to try these strange and wonderful combinations, I'm afraid. I'm still doing the sardine, molasses, lecithin, carob extract, cranberries and pecans conglomeration. Delicious too!


You know what thats amazing! Cos when you first mentioned it I dont think people knew that you were actually eating it. What is the overall taste like? How do you feel during the day/ night?
Posted by: Seraffa, Friday, May 2, 2014, 1:13pm; Reply: 4
Quoted from deblynn3
When I looked at my list I found some I was already doing, cranberry on goat or lamb, hazelnut nut, zucchini. Saw bok choy in store other day that will be a good one for me. I like tenderizing meat with the fruit, oil.


How many cranberries does it take? I got tired of seeing my dried cranberries coated in avoids by big manufacturers so I switched to opening up capsules of cranberry powder.
Posted by: deblynn3, Friday, May 2, 2014, 1:51pm; Reply: 5
I used "Just Cranberry" juice, if I was going to use dried cranberries I think I'd soak them in the oil and any spices and then pour the oil over the meat as a tenderizer. Now that I've said that it comes across as a really cool idea. The oil would preserve the cranberries you could make this up in advance and keep on hand.  Duh!!!!


I get dried cranberries from   nuts.com  but will be drying my own next fall.
I get my "Just Cranberry" from Krogers  or my local HFS
Posted by: Dianne, Friday, May 2, 2014, 4:54pm; Reply: 6
I've been off track with the genoharmonics but this thread is helping to me to revisit it. I had turkey with a bit of blueberry jam with my eggs and toast for lunch today. Thanks for starting the thread Sereffa as this is more important than we think.  :)
Posted by: judygirl, Friday, May 2, 2014, 6:02pm; Reply: 7
Some of my easiest genoharmonic combinations are onions or tomatoes with almost any kind of animal flesh, or just onions and tomatoes together. For my son: kiwi & blueberries.
Posted by: cajun, Friday, May 2, 2014, 8:43pm; Reply: 8
Swami has my gh foods as those that promote cellular detox. They are mostly fish/veggies/seeds/green tea/cranberry juice/ghee.

My fave combo: (green tea, goji berry juice, cranberry juice)I was already making my suntea with organic green tea and goji berries. When I bring it in from the sun I add some cranberry juice and put in the fridge. Each day as i drink it I add some slice lemon or lime! 8)

My fave combo to eat together as incorporated into a meal:
broccoli raab/rapini; with bok choy, cauliflower, coconut oil, cornish game hen,cranberry juice,endive,goji berry juice, zucchini

Another good one is wild trout / whitefish / monkfish/ coconut oil and sesame seed!

Great thread, Seraffa! I would like to know what others combine and eat! ;)
Posted by: Seraffa, Saturday, May 3, 2014, 3:02am; Reply: 9
Great to see you,guys! Keep it up .... :-D (ok)
Posted by: Chloe, Saturday, May 3, 2014, 5:32pm; Reply: 10
Green tea combined with blueberries, kale, molasses, flax seed or flax oil gives me the easiest 5 star GH combos. I transferred my molasses into a squeeze bottle so I can easily get a few squirts into my many cups of green tea per day.  I could always combine gouda with tofu but it's only 4 stars.  I have very few 5 star rated GH combos.  Most are 3. I generally go for the highest rated and
pick foods I enjoy consuming anyway.  
Posted by: Spring, Saturday, May 3, 2014, 5:35pm; Reply: 11
Quoted from SquarePeg
I regularly combine flax seed meal and blueberries, which helps eliminate Advanced Glycation Endproducts.  Also, the Blueberry-Almond Unibar features this combination!


Dear me, I've been so busy I forgot all about the Unibars in my cabinet! When I eat them I add other things that are definitely super dupers for me - one reason being the bars are far too sweet for my taste buds!
Posted by: Spring, Saturday, May 3, 2014, 5:47pm; Reply: 12
Quoted from Seraffa
You know what thats amazing! Cos when you first mentioned it I dont think people knew that you were actually eating it. What is the overall taste like? How do you feel during the day/ night?


It tastes like a very delicious fish salad. Mind you, I don't use a lot of molasses, though! I mix it with a little carob extract before adding it to the sardines. I think most people like things sweeter than I do. After so many years of battling Candida overgrowth, I lost a lot of my taste for anything very sweet. After mixing those ingredients with the sardines, I add that to a big mixed greens, veggie salad topped with cranberries and lecithin. I think simply sprinkling carob over the salad with a drizzle of lightly heated molasses would do the trick too.
Posted by: Chloe, Saturday, May 3, 2014, 7:09pm; Reply: 13
If anyone knows the answer....I'm curious...  Are  benefits greater if you take a food on the left side of your GH list and combine it with a variety of the foods on the right side of the list?  Or is one to one good enough?  And what if you eat foods that make up a GH combo a few hours apart or is it necessary to actually combine them?  For example....I wanted my green tea to taste like plain green
tea....but realized an hour later, I forgot to consume the molasses.. Just squirted some into my mouth.
Too late or still good enough to count?
Posted by: ABJoe, Saturday, May 3, 2014, 8:04pm; Reply: 14
First, I would expect that 1:1 would get great benefits, but I would also think that adding more than one right side food to the combination would add a little benefit.  I doubt that it would be a great improvement, but some additive.

I would also assume that within 1 hour would be close enough.  Obviously, the rule is to ingest them together, but I don't know what the maximum time before benefits are lost.  This is a great question for the Dr.s at the shift...
Posted by: san j, Monday, May 5, 2014, 9:08pm; Reply: 15
Very few people are permitted Stilton Cheese, let alone have it as a Diamond, as do Nomads  :) .
But, if this can apply to anyone, I discovered on 1 May evening that it pairs splendidly with.... cranberries (Another Nomad Diamond!).
Whole Foods, however, had run out of any for sale, and I paired a block of cranberry/almond "cake" from Spain with the unrated Saint-Agur (from France's Auvergne region) which, while more akin to its neighbor, Roquefort, it is injected with the exact same fungus as both Roquefort and Stilton to provide the veins of olive-green mold.

Dried cranberry-almond "cake" (like a big hard block of fruit leather)  is sliced thinly, the cheese "filling" applied, and the little treat rolled like a tiny cannoli............MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM.
Pairs exquisitely, like that other Diamond-Duo for me = Lamb and Yogurt.

SWAMI didn't tell me it's GenoHarmonic, but the moment it hit the system, it set off the Intuition Meter!  
Posted by: NanJoy, Tuesday, May 6, 2014, 12:12pm; Reply: 16
I've been using 2 very easy ones so far, lamb, red wine and Gouda cheese, or apple, Gouda cheese and Yerba matte tea.

Now I'm really getting inspired, and looking at the list with an entirely new perspective. I'm going to start using fruits and fruit juice combos from my genoharmonic list as the liquid in my smoothies, plus kale to moderate the sweetness. I'll add in other beneficials like ginger to adjust the taste.

Posted by: Bagsandbagels, Tuesday, May 6, 2014, 12:19pm; Reply: 17
I am very new to this, so just to confirm this is the combining of Beneficials for a kind of supermeal?
Bit like my breakfast of Greek yog, hardboiled egg with celery and cucumber?  Am I doing it without realising?? 8)
Posted by: Chloe, Tuesday, May 6, 2014, 2:08pm; Reply: 18
Quoted from Bagsandbagels
I am very new to this, so just to confirm this is the combining of Beneficials for a kind of supermeal?
Bit like my breakfast of Greek yog, hardboiled egg with celery and cucumber?  Am I doing it without realising?? 8)


You'd have to have a personalized SWAMI to find your genoharmonic food list. It would increase
the benefits of your SWAMI healing foods.  Sometimes your GH foods would be beneficials but often it's a beneficial combined with a neutral which creates a super beneficial combo.  If you're working from the book, you would not have access to a personalized GH food list.  If you purchase a SWAMI you will get your list.  No way to guess what foods would make up your GH food list.  Eating a lot of beneficials is certainly important and helpful for healing but it's not the
same as specific genoharmonic food combinations.  Might be an incentive to get a SWAMI. :)

Posted by: san j, Tuesday, May 6, 2014, 7:30pm; Reply: 19
Quoted from Bagsandbagels
Am I doing it without realising?? 8)

Maybe!  :D :K)
But, yes, the "genoharmonic" trademark is affixed to the SWAMI-certified combinations, available only through such a program.
Posted by: Bagsandbagels, Tuesday, May 6, 2014, 8:25pm; Reply: 20
Ok thanks for the guidance, I knew it couldn't be that simplistic! I was thinking about the way foods react when combined in different ways and wondered if the glycemic index also comes into play?
Posted by: Victoria, Tuesday, May 6, 2014, 11:22pm; Reply: 21
Quoted from Bagsandbagels
Ok thanks for the guidance, I knew it couldn't be that simplistic! I was thinking about the way foods react when combined in different ways and wondered if the glycemic index also comes into play?


It might, but the SWAMI program takes so many different and subtle things into account, it could be any number of factors that create the Genoharmonic suggestions.
Posted by: ginnyTN, Wednesday, May 7, 2014, 1:38am; Reply: 22
My list seems to show cranberry juice as being an excellent combination with a lot of things, including anchovies.

So, this evening I had some freshly baked sprouted whole grain spelt bread and opened a can of mostly unsalted anchovies in olive oil, divided them into 2 bowls, added a litle extra olive oil and fresh lemon juice plus roasted pimento strips and sweet onion strips.  

Then I cooked a package of frozen cranberries in just a bit of water AND combined them in my blender with pineapple juice concentrate, ice cubes and a wee bit of agave.  

Result:  A not-quite frozen but thick and delicious cranberry frappe!

So, OK, it wasn't exactly cranberry juice.  But it made a perfect complementary taste treat to the "sardine antipasto" and bread.  

If I had any organic bok choy I would have added that to the meal one way or another because that's on my list also as genoharmonic for practically everything.  

Posted by: Bagsandbagels, Wednesday, May 7, 2014, 11:33am; Reply: 23
Thanks Victoria.  I need to be Swamied.
Posted by: Spring, Wednesday, May 7, 2014, 4:51pm; Reply: 24
I don't know how GH it was, but I just had turkey with fresh lightly cooked organic kale and a serving of sweet potato and it was delicious! My stomach is so happy! I'm serious that the kale was the best I have ever had. It did not need any seasoning whatsoever. No oil, no salt, nothing. It was perfect, as is/was! Kale and turkey diamonds and sweet potato a superfood.

I think that part of the reason Dr. D. came up with the GH list is to allow us to incorporate less than perfect foods for our type/group to make a diamond/superfood combination. That is what makes sense to me. After all, he has heard plenty of complaints from all over the world about foods on our lists that are not available in our areas or not "perfect" for us - as in, neutrals or worse! So this is his very own method of "GMO"ing to help us "modify" how we combine less than perfect foods in our own kitchens to make SUPER DUPER FOODS! LOL The consumers win for once!(whistle)(clap)
Posted by: Seraffa, Saturday, May 10, 2014, 4:26pm; Reply: 25
Quoted from Spring
I don't know how GH it was, but I just had turkey with fresh lightly cooked organic kale and a serving of sweet potato and it was delicious! My stomach is so happy! I'm serious that the kale was the best I have ever had. It did not need any seasoning whatsoever. No oil, no salt, nothing. It was perfect, as is/was! Kale and turkey diamonds and sweet potato a superfood.

I think that part of the reason Dr. D. came up with the GH list is to allow us to incorporate less than perfect foods for our type/group to make a diamond/superfood combination. That is what makes sense to me. After all, he has heard plenty of complaints from all over the world about foods on our lists that are not available in our areas or not "perfect" for us - as in, neutrals or worse! So this is his very own method of "GMO"ing to help us "modify" how we combine less than perfect foods in our own kitchens to make SUPER DUPER FOODS! LOL The consumers win for once!(whistle)(clap)


Ahh.....hmmmm (think) I had to read that over twice because of today's negative connotations with GMO foods and now I get it  :)(ok) It works. I think SWAMI's algorythms are pretty spot-on: I think the very last part that continues to change is our GENETIC EXPRESSION as we go along....and this part is so young of a concept and so worthy of watching that it is exactly why others who don't believe in the BTD will not believe in advanced, ongoing healing and are more willing to keep undermining their own health with bad habits. Ya know, that old phrase that goes "everyone is going to die someday anyway, so I might as well enjoy life (with my bad habits)?"  >:(

I've noticed that my "penchant for herring" is one of these things changing. Under SWAMI Deep Blue "pilchards" become beneficials (sardines still a diamond among pilchards)  and that means those herrings are in this family, but they are the most satisfying when paired up with genoharmonic combinations instead of randomly thrown together with other Deep Blue Beneficials.

Kinda like Spring's carob-pecan-sardine salad  ;D

Part of me is now moving on from the tomato-lecithin-pilchard combo to new things; probably because other deep sea fish will continue to do the healing/resolving that's being addressed. Or - could be just a winter seasonal need come to an end now that springtime is here!
Posted by: Spring, Saturday, May 10, 2014, 9:44pm; Reply: 26
Yes, we do need change, Seraffa, no doubt about that. Sometimes simply adding a different seasoning can make our day! You should see the concoctions I blend together to season my turkey and turkey burgers! People don't even know it is turkey!

On another subject, you should have seen my face during the Holidays when someone served a dish that I could have at least had a small serving. I thought they had made it using ground turkey from something they said. But I misunderstood them, and it was actually beef. I used to love beef without reserve, but I won't soon forget the awful taste in my mouth when I tasted that dish! I couldn't figure out how in the world turkey could taste so awful!! I was ready to throw up! Then it hit me that it was beef. How on earth I ever liked it so much is beyond me! So we do change drastically, no doubt about it!
Posted by: Seraffa, Wednesday, May 14, 2014, 5:18pm; Reply: 27
Speaking of change.....these days, peanut butter as a flavoring for sweet potato has worked out so much MORE successfully in the prescribed "portion size" for live carbs and fats now that I eat basic genoharmonic meals for breakfast and lunch!

Wonderful discovery: if I had mentioned this before, forgive me: I can regular SWAMI in the mornings then Swami Deep Blue in the evenings 12 hours later (this makes sure it's a very early breakfast, mind you) in regards to eating or omitting tomatoes. What is beneficial at breakfast with my eggs (tomato) is regarded as an "avoid" anytime I have soy-based tempeh.....so on the days I have my tempeh as a "bean/carb/grain" as and evening meal, 12 hours now seems to be enough clearing time for that live food I ate at breakfast not to react with that cultured soy. And these days, I see that the cultured soy and grain is the way to go every week instead of plain grain and soy: it DOES have a more beneficial effect in keeping my blood sugar stable by adding to my gut biome culture.....

By the way: Now that I am wearing a negative ion pendant, I can still use my lecithin at almost every meal as an genoharmonic emulsifier to aid my liver....but I now notice the time is LONG past where I had to use lecithin consistently in order to eat a lot of fish! NOW THAT'S PROGRESS!!! (woot)
Posted by: Spring, Thursday, May 15, 2014, 1:04am; Reply: 28
Quoted from Seraffa
By the way: Now that I am wearing a negative ion pendant, I can still use my lecithin at almost every meal as an genoharmonic emulsifier to aid my liver....but I now notice the time is LONG past where I had to use lecithin consistently in order to eat a lot of fish! NOW THAT'S PROGRESS!!! (woot)

Absolutely!!
Posted by: santina, Thursday, May 15, 2014, 5:55pm; Reply: 29
Quoted from cajun
Swami has my gh foods as those that promote cellular detox. They are mostly fish/veggies/seeds/green tea/cranberry juice/ghee.

My fave combo: (green tea, goji berry juice, cranberry juice)I was already making my suntea with organic green tea and goji berries. When I bring it in from the sun I add some cranberry juice and put in the fridge. Each day as i drink it I add some slice lemon or lime! 8)

My fave combo to eat together as incorporated into a meal:
broccoli raab/rapini; with bok choy, cauliflower, coconut oil, cornish game hen,cranberry juice,endive,goji berry juice, zucchini

Another good one is wild trout / whitefish / monkfish/ coconut oil and sesame seed!

Great thread, Seraffa! I would like to know what others combine and eat! ;)


even though my combos are quite different from yours, you gave me great ideas about how to make them in one superdelicious dish----and this applied for the juices as well.

one think i don't get about green tea and goji berries....do you eat them "dry" or what? do you put them into the tea?sorry..just curious
i have 5stars combo green tea and goji berry juice and i wonder if it could be the same if i ate them instead that drink the juice.. ::) ::)does it make sense?
thank you :) :)
Posted by: Chloe, Thursday, May 15, 2014, 6:53pm; Reply: 30
santina, if it says berries on your GH list, it's not the juice....If it says juice, it's not the berries.  This is very specific all throughout SWAMI....and you should choose the exact food or beverage listed.

My SWAMI gives me blueberry juice in many combos that are 5 stars but not blueberries.  I can't
explain why except to say that perhaps the juice contains a higher level of phytonutrients...or that
the fiber isn't required as much as the juiced berry.

You can eat goji berries dry,or  put them in something hot which will soften them...whatever you like.  
Posted by: Seraffa, Thursday, May 15, 2014, 7:16pm; Reply: 31
Quoted from Chloe
santina, if it says berries on your GH list, it's not the juice....If it says juice, it's not the berries.  This is very specific all throughout SWAMI....and you should choose the exact food or beverage listed.

My SWAMI gives me blueberry juice in many combos that are 5 stars but not blueberries.  I can't
explain why except to say that perhaps the juice contains a higher level of phytonutrients...or that
the fiber isn't required as much as the juiced berry.

You can eat goji berries dry,or  put them in something hot which will soften them...whatever you like.  


I have to agree with Chloe on this.

Posted by: Seraffa, Thursday, May 29, 2014, 6:27pm; Reply: 32
This is not in my SWAMI.....but I'm watching with interest the new interaction between   red bell pepper, hot paprika, and chili powder seasoning as both a mood enhancer and energy booster! It seems that neither by itself does the same job, but only when combined. "Take me back to Old Szeged" -- ha ha! Seriously though, if this does what I think it does, I could use it on days I do an Explorer sweaty workout.
Posted by: huntermama, Sunday, June 1, 2014, 11:16am; Reply: 33
Quoted from Spring
I'm serious that the kale was the best I have ever had. It did not need any seasoning whatsoever. No oil, no salt, nothing. It was perfect, as is/was! (whistle)(clap)


So how did you prepare the kale? I want so badly to like kale but so far I've only figured out how to hide it in a smoothie   :P

Where can I learn more about GH foods? Is it more of a SWAMI thing? I think Dr. D touched on the concept in Change your Genetic Destiny but not in enough detail that I have any idea how to do it
Posted by: ABJoe, Sunday, June 1, 2014, 1:41pm; Reply: 34
Quoted from huntermama
Where can I learn more about GH foods? Is it more of a SWAMI thing? I think Dr. D touched on the concept in Change your Genetic Destiny but not in enough detail that I have any idea how to do it

The most beneficial of the 4 possible focus benefits for you are printed at the end of your SWAMI Xpress printout, unless you specifically select a different set to be printed.
Posted by: huntermama, Sunday, June 1, 2014, 1:45pm; Reply: 35
Hmmm... I've really got to get in on the SWAMI bandwagon!  :)
Posted by: susanC, Sunday, June 1, 2014, 4:13pm; Reply: 36
Quoted from ABJoe

The most beneficial of the 4 possible focus benefits for you are printed at the end of your SWAMI Xpress printout, unless you specifically select a different set to be printed.


Joe--This raises a question I've had for awhile now.  Yes, SWAMI recommends the most beneficial of the four different GH options.  But does anyone print all four and work on more than one criteria at a time.  It would be easy to do that, and allow for greater variety in our diets.  Certainly we all eat foods other than just those on our recommended GH list.  I can't see where it would do any harm. But please advise.
Posted by: Spring, Sunday, June 1, 2014, 6:22pm; Reply: 37
Quoted from huntermama
So how did you prepare the kale? I want so badly to like kale but so far I've only figured out how to hide it in a smoothie   :P

Where can I learn more about GH foods? Is it more of a SWAMI thing? I think Dr. D touched on the concept in Change your Genetic Destiny but not in enough detail that I have any idea how to do it


While one of my smallish skillets was heating to almost medium,I washed the kale. Just before adding the kale, I swiped the bottom of the skillet with a very small amount of olive oil to keep the kale from sticking. Cooked it without the lid for a minute or so on one side, turned it and cooked it the same amount on the other side. Stirred it well, put the lid on and let it rest without heat, but still on the stove, until I got the rest of lunch ready. This was young kale, not the really tiny salad mix kale but the next size up before it gets to the full grown stage. I have another container of this kale in the fridge and can't wait to have it again! Kale is a perfect food for me, and it makes me feel wonderful!
Posted by: ABJoe, Sunday, June 1, 2014, 7:35pm; Reply: 38
Quoted from susanC
This raises a question I've had for awhile now.  Yes, SWAMI recommends the most beneficial of the four different GH options.  But does anyone print all four and work on more than one criteria at a time.  It would be easy to do that, and allow for greater variety in our diets.  Certainly we all eat foods other than just those on our recommended GH list.  I can't see where it would do any harm.

I have printed all of them out and while I don't specifically "work" on more than 1 at a time, if I'm making a dish where a GH combo can be put together easily, I don't hesitate to include it...   ;D

I'm happy to know that these exist and attempt to get as much benefit as I can from them...
Posted by: deblynn3, Monday, June 2, 2014, 12:11am; Reply: 39
Quoted from susanC


Joe--This raises a question I've had for awhile now.  Yes, SWAMI recommends the most beneficial of the four different GH options.  But does anyone print all four and work on more than one criteria at a time.  It would be easy to do that, and allow for greater variety in our diets.  Certainly we all eat foods other than just those on our recommended GH list.  I can't see where it would do any harm. But please advise.


yes, I have, what I do is see what I'm eating then see what goes with on any given GH option. Then work that into a dish.  
Posted by: Seraffa, Monday, June 2, 2014, 3:34am; Reply: 40
Quoted from ABJoe

The most beneficial of the 4 possible focus benefits for you are printed at the end of your SWAMI Xpress printout, unless you specifically select a different set to be printed.


I'm not sure what you mean by this. Maybe this was done with a different version of SWAMI for mine.
Posted by: Munchkin76, Monday, June 2, 2014, 7:39am; Reply: 41
Quoted from Seraffa


I'm not sure what you mean by this. Maybe this was done with a different version of SWAMI for mine.


I'm with Saraffa - confused.com here. Do you mean you force Swami to run for each of your genotype possibilities (given I'm an O would mean - Hunter, Gatherer, Explorer) and then compare??? That would only be three variables that make up my total 100%.

Please explain what y'all mean - I'm fascinated.

Thanks

Andy
Posted by: ABJoe, Monday, June 2, 2014, 2:11pm; Reply: 42
Quoted from Munchkin76
I'm with Saraffa - confused.com here. Do you mean you force Swami to run for each of your genotype possibilities (given I'm an O would mean - Hunter, Gatherer, Explorer) and then compare??? That would only be three variables that make up my total 100%.

Please explain what y'all mean - I'm fascinated.

This has nothing to do with genotype or %.

On the SWAMI intake page, you can choose which genoharmonic combination set it calculates and attaches to the bottom of your printout...  I didn't log back into SWAMI to capture the screen shot of the choice box, but the choices are:
Broad Benefit, Glycation, Histones, and Methylation, in addition to Best Choice - which is the default and chooses one of the four.
Posted by: cajun, Monday, June 2, 2014, 5:40pm; Reply: 43
Santina;
Sorry it took so long for me to get back to this thread! ::)

On my swami, goji berries are a superfood and goji berry juice is a neutral.
On my genoharmonics, it calls for cranberry juice, green tea and goji berry juice.
I have used dried goji berries and put them in the tea. Then i found goji berry powder and now use that. I am still looking for the juice, by itself, I can find it mixed with other juices but never alone. ??)

Good luck! ;) 8)
Posted by: Seraffa, Sunday, July 20, 2014, 6:00am; Reply: 44
Oh the wonders of ghee mixed with evoo for glowing beauty!

For a couple of months I noticed this even if the combo of these fats was used with an avoid......and maybe my body sucked down the avoid even faster because of it.

Every time I had a mix of butter or ghee with equal parts evoo....my torn up cuticles healed within hours, and my skin had a radiant inward glow. Even if the facial epidermis still felt rough on the surface....there was like this "glow". My scalp, however, took the brunt of eliminating these fats and you would have sworn I had put on too much hair product making my hair so heavy.

I wonder how the harmonics happen in this combo!  :)
Posted by: Munchkin76, Sunday, July 20, 2014, 7:07am; Reply: 45
Quoted from ABJoe

This has nothing to do with genotype or %.

On the SWAMI intake page, you can choose which genoharmonic combination set it calculates and attaches to the bottom of your printout...  I didn't log back into SWAMI to capture the screen shot of the choice box, but the choices are:
Broad Benefit, Glycation, Histones, and Methylation, in addition to Best Choice - which is the default and chooses one of the four.


Thanks Joe, I'm on the same page now and know just the setting you're talking about. I might have a tweak later and see what the different options produce by way of genoharmonic combo's.

I'll post back any noteworthy observations.

Thanks again!
Posted by: Munchkin76, Sunday, July 20, 2014, 7:08am; Reply: 46
Quoted from Seraffa
Oh the wonders of ghee mixed with evoo for glowing beauty!

For a couple of months I noticed this even if the combo of these fats was used with an avoid......and maybe my body sucked down the avoid even faster because of it.

Every time I had a mix of butter or ghee with equal parts evoo....my torn up cuticles healed within hours, and my skin had a radiant inward glow. Even if the facial epidermis still felt rough on the surface....there was like this "glow". My scalp, however, took the brunt of eliminating these fats and you would have sworn I had put on too much hair product making my hair so heavy.

I wonder how the harmonics happen in this combo!  :)


I've never mixed the two together before (have only done butter and EVOO). Definitely going to try them together now, your results sound wonderful!!
Posted by: Mickey, Monday, July 21, 2014, 5:10am; Reply: 47
Munchkin76,

I believe Serrafa has the butter/ghee and olive combo as a geno-harmonic combination, so unless you have them as the same you probably won't get the same results as her?.
Posted by: Seraffa, Monday, July 21, 2014, 5:35am; Reply: 48
Quoted from Mickey
Munchkin76,

I believe Serrafa has the butter/ghee and olive combo as a geno-harmonic combination, so unless you have them as the same you probably won't get the same results as her?.


I didn't. It just spontaneously happened, and still happens.
Posted by: Mickey, Monday, July 21, 2014, 12:50pm; Reply: 49
Serrafa,

Well maybe i'll have to give it a try!. :)
Posted by: Juliebug, Monday, July 21, 2014, 2:04pm; Reply: 50
Quoted from Spring


While one of my smallish skillets was heating to almost medium,I washed the kale. Just before adding the kale, I swiped the bottom of the skillet with a very small amount of olive oil to keep the kale from sticking. Cooked it without the lid for a minute or so on one side, turned it and cooked it the same amount on the other side. Stirred it well, put the lid on and let it rest without heat, but still on the stove, until I got the rest of lunch ready. This was young kale, not the really tiny salad mix kale but the next size up before it gets to the full grown stage. I have another container of this kale in the fridge and can't wait to have it again! Kale is a perfect food for me, and it makes me feel wonderful!


I love to take the kale and pulse it in my food processor until finely chopped. I then add minced fresh garlic, sea salt, fresh lemon juice and EVOO. It makes a wonderful salad and you can keep it in the fridge for a few days-it just keeps getting better. Sometimes I sprinkle chopped walnuts on top for extra crunch-YUM!
Posted by: Seraffa, Friday, August 22, 2014, 6:16pm; Reply: 51
Edamame and turnip greens: originally it was supposed to be soybean meal - but what a great genoharmonic combo! I think this is what has been eliminating underarm odor for me, plus not using flouride toothpaste anymore.....and I still have 2 amalgym fillings.

Any bean that starts out "green" in color for me works well as long as its not dried and toasted later, like so many soybeans are for quick snacks.
Posted by: Seraffa, Sunday, November 9, 2014, 12:31am; Reply: 52
Anyone had their "head in your stars" and your feets on the ground making your meals, lately?  :D Tell us if you have!
Posted by: YogurtQueen, Sunday, November 9, 2014, 5:22pm; Reply: 53
I have some odd combinations.  I see a lot of ways to do lamb and cornish game hen, but what about artichoke flour pasta? Does anyone know of a gluten-free pasta with artichoke flour?
Posted by: Chloe, Sunday, November 9, 2014, 10:25pm; Reply: 54
Quoted from YogurtQueen
I have some odd combinations.  I see a lot of ways to do lamb and cornish game hen, but what about artichoke flour pasta? Does anyone know of a gluten-free pasta with artichoke flour?


Your question re: trying to find100% artichoke pasta has come up many times over the years.  I've
never found a product that didn't also contain wheat.  I've googled this lots of times....

Easier to find artichoke flour.

And here's an old thread on this subject.
http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?v-print/m-1310135038/

Posted by: YogurtQueen, Tuesday, November 11, 2014, 5:50pm; Reply: 55
Quoted from Seraffa
Anyone had their "head in your stars" and your feets on the ground making your meals, lately?  :D Tell us if you have!


Wow! This is my first geo-harmonic meal report:

Geoharmonic combo: Lamb + cauliflower + bok choi + white wine

After that dinner, I woke up this morning feeling inexplicable joy, like I could take over the world!
Posted by: SquarePeg, Tuesday, November 11, 2014, 9:05pm; Reply: 56
Sounds good!
Posted by: Seraffa, Wednesday, November 12, 2014, 3:01am; Reply: 57
Congratulations on finding a beutiful tuning fork !
Posted by: YogurtQueen, Thursday, November 13, 2014, 2:38am; Reply: 58
Salad greens with the following:

Dressing: Lemon juice + cranberry juice + honey + sunflower oil
Toppers: Sunflower seeds + Colby cheese + persimmon + anchovies + chopped watermelon seeds
White wine
Posted by: YogurtQueen, Thursday, November 13, 2014, 11:04pm; Reply: 59
Quoted from YogurtQueen
Salad greens with the following:

Dressing: Lemon juice + cranberry juice + honey + sunflower oil
Toppers: Sunflower seeds + Colby cheese + persimmon + anchovies + chopped watermelon seeds
White wine


This was nasty.  Turns out the Swami updates changed me to a Teacher (without changing many foods) and the anchovies are a neutral.  Good thing, because it turns out I hate anchovies!
Posted by: Seraffa, Friday, November 14, 2014, 12:03am; Reply: 60
It takes practise lol.
Posted by: YogurtQueen, Friday, November 14, 2014, 1:17am; Reply: 61
Quoted from Seraffa
It takes practise lol.


At least the dressing was tasty! :B
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