The Body Type Diet

The Intestinal Body Type Diet

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Intestinal body type diet, characteristics and personality traits

Intestinal body type women are usually average in height although they can range in height from average to very tall, with small-to-medium bone structure and shoulders narrower than or relatively even with hips. Yhey can be average to short-waisted. They have a solid body with a layer of softness which reduces muscle definition, and a muscle weakness under the chin which shows as a double chin. Initial weight gain accrues in the abdomen, waist, upper hips, inner knees, thighs, and breasts.

Intestinal body type diet, characteristics and personality traits

Intestinal body type men can range from average to very tall, with medium to large bone structure. They have a thick, straight torso with a soft spongy layer which makes muscular definition difficult to attain. They frequently have a muscle weakness under the chin which eventually shows as a double chin. Initial weight gain shows up as soft, relaxed musculature in abdomen, and soft thickening or rolls at waist.

Key Nutritional Support for the Intestinal Body Type

  • Make lunch your largest meal
  • Avoid breads containing yeast
  • Rotate foods and food combinations
  • Best fat sources: sesame seeds, tahini, butter, fish (halibut, orange roughy, salmon, shark, swordfish, lobster, shrimp), olive oil, sesame oil, beef, chicken, turkey, and cream
  • Drink a minimum of 64 ounces of water a day; drink water before and after meals, not with meals
  • Occasional desserts are best as an evening snack
  • Eat legumes and squash
  • Balance cooked and raw vegetables
  • Raw vegetables are best at dinner

Key Weight Loss Points for the Intestinal Body Type

  • Focus primarily on protein and vegetables, particularly for breakfast and lunch
  • Limit carbohydrates
  • Eliminate alcohol, bread, yeast, mayonnaise, and caffeine
  • Limit fruit and fruit juice
  • Avoid nuts (except water chestnuts, hazelnuts, pine nuts, pistachios), seeds (except caraway), beans (except pinto, adzuki, navy), corn, bananas, dried fruit (except prunes & figs), ice cream, cheese cake
  • Drink plenty of water
  • Snacks are OK to maintain blood sugar levels; choose different forms of protein such as string cheese, protein bars, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, turkey, or chicken
  • Insufficient protein results in sugar cravings and hunger

Celebrities with an Intestinal Body Type include:
Martha Stewart, Bill Gates, Tom Hanks, Cybill Shepherd, Matthew Perry, Suzanne Somers, Angela Merkel, Winston Churchill, Amy Schumer, Jonah Hill, Seth Rogan

When Energy is Low, Intestinal Body Types Crave:

Sweets, primarily chocolate; secondarily, pastry and cookies; carbohydrates, such as muffins; secondarily, fats and creamy foods, such as ice cream; salty foods, such as chips; spicy foods.

Intestinal Body Type Diet - Foods to Avoid

A partial list of Unsupportive Foods for the Intestinal Body Type include: Tuna, raw pumpkin seeds, iceberg lettuce, apricots, orange juice, maple syrup, saccharin, artificial sweeteners such as Equal or Nutrasweet, margarine, mayonnaise, orange or raspberry sherbet, diet sodas.

Recommended Exercise for the Intestinal Body Type

At least 5 days a week; moderate, with no heavy weight lifting; can become exhausted with morning or evening exercise; the best time is between 11 A.M. and 4 P.M., for 20 minutes to 1 hour.

Complete nutritional and dietary details including food lists and sample menus, as well as the complete personality profile, are contained in the 60-page Intestinal Body Type Profile and Diet book and ebook.

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