Women with Gallbladder body type can range from petite to average in height with shoulders relatively even with hips. They have a straight-to-defined waist, and may have small, deep-set eyes. Legs are slender with very little or no weight gain except for upper inner thighs. Torso is solid, and most weight gain accrues in lower abdomen.
Men with Gallbladder body type range from short to average height with medium to large bone structure. Shoulders are relatively even with, to moderately broader than, hips. They have a strong, stocky torso with solid musculature and a soft layer covering the abdomen which makes it difficult to attain muscular definition. Weight gain accrues as soft rolls around the waist and solid layer over the abdomen.
Celebrities with a Gallbladder Body Type include:
Bea Arthur, Maureen Stapleton, Jack Klugman and Harvey Korman.
Carbohydrates, primarily bread with butter; beans; sweets, such as chocolate chip cookies or frozen yogurt; fats, like ice cream; mildly spicy foods, like Italian or Mexican.
A partial list of Unsupportive Foods for the Gallbladder Body Type include: Pork including bacon and sausage, ham, sardines, nonfat milk, nonfat yogurt, ice cream, any roasted or salted nuts, kidney and red beans, buckwheat, whole wheat breads and crackers, broccoflower, seaweed, maple syrup, artificial sweeteners such as Equal or Nutrasweet, mayonnaise, cake, cookies, diet sodas.
Useful, productive activities such as gardening, yard work, cleaning windows or carpets are ideal; walking, skiing – snow or water, treadmill, bicycling, rubberband exercises, callanetics, swimming or rebounding
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