The Body Type Diet

The Spleen Body Type Diet

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Spleen body type diet, characteristics and personality traits

Women with Spleen body type have medium bone structure and may range from petite to tall. Shoulders are narrower than or even with hips, and waist is defined to well-defined. They have a solid body, with muscular or chunky legs. Weight gain begins in lower abdomen, upper thighs, buttocks, hips, waist, and middle back. Most of weight and cellulite is carried in the legs.

Spleen body type diet, characteristics and personality traits

Men with Spleen body type have a medium to large bone structure, and range from average to tall. Shoulders are relatively even with, or moderately broader than, hips. They have a thick, straight torso with a natural abdominal protrusion. While thighs and calves may be muscular, the upper body has average musculature often covered by a soft fat layer making muscular definition difficult to attain.

Key Nutritional Support for the Spleen Body Type

  • Rotate foods
  • Make your lunch the heaviest meal
  • Eat a light early dinner
  • Focus on vegetables, but not vegetable juices
  • Best fat sources: nuts, seeds, oils (especially sunflower seed oil), and low fat yogurt
  • Best sources of the three amino acids: chicken, ricotta cheese, turkey and catfish
  • 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
  • Avoid coffee at lunch and dinner
  • Eat vegetables, especially green beans
  • Eat fish at 2 meals a week especially; rotate type
  • Blueberries strengthen white blood cells
  • Have spices, especially curry, up to 4 times per week

Key Weight Loss Points for the Spleen Body Type

  • Make lunch the largest meal
  • Have a light early dinner, ideally between 5:00-6:00 PM
  • Limit sugar, including fruit to twice a week
  • Limit bread to 3 times a week
  • Avoid snacks, especially late-night snacking

Celebrities with a Spleen Body Type include:
Jack LaLanne, Drew Carey, Christina Onassis, Maria Callas, Kelly Clarkson, Pitbull, Steve Ballmer, Quentin Tarantino

When Energy is Low, Spleen Body Types Crave:

Sweets, particularly ice cream and chocolate, often with nuts; sugar of any kind, including fruit; carbohydrates, such as peanut butter, bread with butter or mayonnaise, sandwiches, and bagels with cream cheese, muffins, and pastries; spicy foods (e.g., Indian curry); pizza.

Spleen Body Type Diet - Foods to Avoid

A partial list of Unsupportive Foods for the Spleen Body Type include: Pork, ham, sausage, frozen yogurt, ice cream, commercial peanut butter, grapefruit, saccharine, artificial sweeteners such as Equal or Nutrasweet, catsup, mustard, mayonnaise, margarine, caffeinated drinks, diet sodas .

Recommended Exercise for the Spleen Body Type

Mornings best. Ideally, 1 hour before breakfast, 4 times a week, getting heart rate up to 120 for a minimum of 30 minutes. Examples include low impact aerobics, walking, Callanetics, dance – swing, jitterbug, etc.

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

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