SWAMI ‘Serotyping With Advanced Modifying Inventories’

SWAMI XP2 is designed to grow as your horizons expand. Do you have information on your ancestral DNA haplogroups? New lab results? No problem! Although not required, SWAMI XP2 can incorporate these data, and more! Because a diet is more than just choosing foods. If SWAMI XP2 did nothing besides generate state of the art nutrigenomic diets it would still be a landmark piece of nutritional software. But Dr. D’Adamo teaches and maintains a full clinical practice, so he knew from the start that simply giving his patients information about whether a certain food was good or bad would not be enough for many people.

Most of us need a context in which to follow a diet: What to cook and how to meal plan. This type of information is often critical to maintaining the program long enough to allow for the results to set in.

As an added bonus, SWAMI XP2 come bundled with a complete weekly Meal Planning Module and a Cook Book Generator that can call upon a universe of over 2000 recipes that are pre-screened for your needs. there is also a unique Cross Referencer that allows you to list and compare multiple diets!

SWAMI Weekly Mealplanner

So The Swami Developer made sure that SWAMI XP2 included a series of extras, including a full featured drag and drop Weekly Mealplanner. In adition to allowing you to plan your weekly meals, the Mealplanner will generate any of the recipes you select for printout and even provide you with a shopping list for all the necessary ingredients!

Recipe/ Cookbook Creator:

The SWAMI Recipe Generator that can call upon over 7000 recipes to find those best suited for each individual. You can select any number of recipes, or allow SWAMi to select the 100 highest rated receipes based on the results of your diet report.

Cross Reference Diets:

It is inevitable that family members will have slight or even significant differences in their diet reports. A new feature of SWAMI XP2 allows multiple diet reports to be linked to a single account. SWAMI can then combine these diets into a cross referenced list to help with meal planning.

Extensive Help Screens:

And because he also knows that many people need help navigating through computer screens and menus, he included a variety of help screen, tutorial videos, online technical help and web communities to insure your continued success.

Tools included and necessary for complete results:

  • Genotype  Kit
  • Secretor Status Collection Kit

SWAMI 'Serotyping With Advanced Modifying Inventories'


People needed more concrete help.

The renowned author of a series of wildly successful nutrition books, including the New York Times bestseller Eat Right For Your Type, Dr. D’Adamo was beginning to see the limitations of the traditional static book format when it came to developing his brand of highly personalized diets. Now, books are OK when it comes to one size fits all, diets and even individualized diets based on single genes, like blood type. You just turn to one of the four chapters that describes your particular type and away you go. But what happens when we try to incorporate 5, 10 or even 20 different genetic markers? How could he ever capture biochemical individuality inherent in each of us with such an inflexible format?

Computers to the rescue!

Fortunately, The Creator has had a life long interest in computer programming and it soon became apparent that his beloved hobby could provide the answer: Why not write a computer program that allowed each individual to develop their own one of a kind diet? So four years ago, he began to write computer code. Lots of it. What resulted is undoubtedly, the most sophisticated, yet easy to use, dietary software available. First it was only available to physicians, who’ve used it on thousands of their patients. Now it is available directly to health conscious consumers. A series of electronically generated diet and recipe books that magically write themselves. He called it SWAMI.


The word SWAMI stands for ‘Serotyping With Advanced Modifying Inventories.’ Serotyping is the process of using blood groups to generate dietary recommendations. ‘Advanced Modifying Inventories’ are all the extra things (fingerprint analysis, measurements, etc.) that are used to refine the Blood Type data into the GenoType Diet. No, there is nothing mystical in the program’s name, nor is there a little wizard inside your computer figuring out your diet… or is there?

Want to Know More?

SWAMI XP2 features an easy to use, well structured user interface, web-based, so you are always using the latest version of the software without the hassle of installation. Downloadable user guide and online help with information screens make getting your information into SWAMI XP-2 a Snap.

Understanding how to use the genotype test is an integral part of the SWAMI results.


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