The Body Type Diet

The Pancreas Body Type Diet

Lose, Gain or Maintain Weight the Healthy Way by
Eating Right for Your Body Type

Pancreas body type diet, characteristics and personality traits

Pancreas body type women are short to average in height with small to average bone structure. Hair frequently thin or fine. Predominantly rounded appearance. Small hands and often small feet. Little to no weight gain from knees to feet, and elbows to hands. Initial weight gain is lower body and is firm, not flabby. Additional gain all over.

Pancreas body type diet, characteristics and personality traits

Pancreas body type men are average to very tall in height with medium to large bone structure. Shoulders even with, to moderately broader than, hips. Short, thick neck. Thick, straight torso. Abdominal musculature is solid with a soft layer that makes muscular definition difficult.

Key Nutritional Support for the Pancreas Body Type

  • Rotation of foods is essential, ideally every 4 days to reduce pancreatic stress
  • Avoid dense protein for breakfast; minimize it at dinner
  • Make lunch with protein your main meal between 12:00-2:00 PM
  • Have an early dinner, between 5:00-7:00 PM
  • Limit fruit to breakfast, and morning and evening snacks
  • Emphasize protein and vegetables
  • Best fat sources: olive oil, nuts, seeds, butter, cheese, and dense protein (chicken, turkey, and fish)
  • 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 vegetables (mainly root type)
  • Eat complex carbohydrates, like rice, potatoes, beans, and popcorn
  • Eat fruit, such as cherries, papayas, apples, and red grapefruit (with honey)
  • Add pineapple with papaya

Key Weight Loss Points for the Pancreas Body Type

  • Rotate foods and vary them as much as possible
  • Exercise for at least 1 hour daily, 6 days a week
  • Avoid bread, alcohol, caffeine, artificial sweeteners, and carbonated beverages
  • Reduce salt, sugar and dairy
  • If you must have sweets, save for an evening snack
  • Emphasize low-glycemic foods (e.g. sweet potato is OK but not white potato)
  • Best to consume 60% of total daily food by 2:00 PM, and (ideally) 100% by 7:00 PM

Celebrities with a Pancreas Body Type include:
Melissa McCarthy, Al Roker, Roseanne Barr, Rosie ODonnell, Dom DeLuise, John Goodman, Rachel Ray

When Energy is Low, Pancreas Body Types Crave:

Sweets, such as chocolate chip cookies, peanut butter cookies and milk; creamy foods, such as ice cream; carbohydrates, especially potato chips, almonds, or mixed nuts; spicy foods.

Pancreas Body Type Diet - Foods to Avoid

A partial list of Unsupportive Foods for the Pancreas Body Type include: Pork, ham, sausage, bacon, nonfat yogurt, ice cream, whole and cracked wheat breads, crackers and pastas; fructose, brown sugar, saccharine, artificial sweeteners such as Equal or Nutrasweet, catsup, yellow mustard, mayonnaise, margarine, coffee, root beer, Pepsi, diet sodas.

Recommended Exercise for the Pancreas Body Type

To maintain or reduce weight, exercising 6 days per week for 1 hour is required. Most effective times are morning or afternoon. Do exercises that are enjoyable, such as brisk walking, low impact aerobics, dancing, callanetics, biking, swimming, or hiking.

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

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