Women with Blood body type have expressive, receptive eyes that immediately draw attention to the face. Can range petite to tall, with medium bone structure. Solid torso with straight-to-defined waist, often short waisted. Average, elongated musculature with little definition. Initial weight gain is in lower abdomen, upper hips, waist, and upper thighs. Weight gain over 20 pounds is carried in torso including entire back.
Men with Blood body type can range from short to tall, with medium bone structure. Usually high forehead with receding hairline. Shoulders relatively even with, or moderately broader than, hips. Muscular definition in torso is moderate-to-difficult to attain. Initial weight gain is softer, relaxed musculature in lower abdomen, often covered with a soft layer of skin, as soft rolls or soft thickening of the waist.
Celebrities with a Blood Body Type include:
Roma Downey, Tiger Woods, Jack Nicholson, Phylicia Rashad
Sweets – ice cream (especially chocolate), cookies, chocolates; carbohydrates – pasta, spaghetti, popcorn; sometimes spicy foods, as they act as stimulants; beef, ham, turkey, or eggs by themselves (certain combinations including these foods are acceptable)
A partial list of Unsupportive Foods for the Blood Body Type include: Beef, milk, half-and-half, ice cream, cheddar cheese, trail mix, parsley, spinach, melons such as honeydew, strawberries, honey, sugar, maple syrup, mayonnaise, corn chips, coffee, red wine, beer, liqueurs, gin, scotch, whiskey, margaritas, sodas, salty foods, fried foods.
Moderate exercise helps to lose or maintain weight, and improve vascular integrity. Heavy exercise often contraindicated. Best activities are swimming, rebounding, walking, bicycling, and dancing.
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