How To Feel better ALL the Time - An Easy Diet to Help You!
Has this ever happened to you?
Your friend eats a donut and drinks sugary sodas yet stays slim. You eat the same thing and feel bloated and sluggish. They eat a hamburger and fries, wash it down with a beer. If you ate the same thing you'd feel uncomfortable for the rest of the day. Some say it's about the food but now we know that it is also about the way an individual's unique metabolic system affects both your waistline and your personality.
Typically people eat for enjoyment and taste, but those who learn about their metabolic type and eat for the nutrition value may actually feel better all the time.
METABOLIC TYPING: WHAT IS IT?
Most people understand the food they eat affects how they feel. After all, according to the well-known adage, "you are what you eat." Despite their general understanding, many people fail to realize exactly how much their short and long-term health is affected by their diet. Likewise, many do not realize how their individualism should affect their diet. Every body is different, which means every diet should be different according to individual needs.
This concept of building a diet specific for a person's body type is increasing in popularity. Metabolic typing provides a road map to building a diet that is perfect for each individual and his or her specific needs. Knowing your metabolic type and understanding how your body reacts to foods and nutrients is essential to optimal health. "Eating right" is different for each person and allows one's body to function in maximum biochemical balance and metabolic efficiency.
A DIET RIGHT FOR YOU MIGHT NOT WORK
FOR SOMEONE ELSE!
Success in allopathic Western medicine and allopathic nutrition occurs when a general treatment or cure is found for each disease. The same solution is given to everyone suffering from the same disease or condition. This approach is often just a step above educated guessing.
In metabolic typing, the focus is on the patient instead of the condition. It is possible for the same condition to arise in different bodies for different reasons. Using a single treatment for the condition might help some people, but others will continue to suffer; which often leads them to spending lots of time and money trying to eradicate their ailments. In some cases, if different nutritional imbalances exist and a disease is treated in the same manner for everyone, some might find their condition worsens. When metabolic typing is used to treat the person instead of the disease, each individual is strengthened and treated in a way that makes managing the condition easier.
WHY IS METABOLIC TYPING BETTER THAN OTHER PROGRAMS?
Metabolic typing focuses on a person's individual needs. It uses a mind-body approach and seeks to improve overall health, instead of just treating a specific disease or issue. Metabolic typing provides flexibility and puts a person in control of his or her health.
WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF USING THE METABOLIC TYPING APPROACH?
Metabolic typing is individualized. Whether you are trying to manage an existing condition, reach a healthy weight, or achieve overall optimal health, metabolic typing can help. Understanding your metabolic type and building a diet based on it provides life-altering improvements in health.
Metabolic typing helps you change your approach to diet and health. Foods that were previously thought to be healthy might not be right for you. And foods that others should avoid might have no negative affect on your ability to lose weight or improve health. Metabolic typing makes it possible for you to eat for your body instead of following a generic diet that leaves you frustrated and feeling less than your best.
HOW DO YOU KNOW WHAT TO EAT?
The first step in using metabolic typing to achieve optimal health is to determine your type. Your body is different than everyone else's and metabolic typing shows you how. Metabolic typing uses a series of questions to establish what foods are best suited for your body. People are asked to assess how they feel physically and emotionally after eating certain foods. Physical activity, ethnic origins, and various other topics are also evaluated. Each person is categorized into one of three metabolic types, including carbohydrate, protein, and mixed. The metabolic type into which a person determines the specific ratio of macro nutrients they should consume on a daily basis. For instance, a person in the protein category would benefit from eating a higher ratio of protein over a person that is carbohydrate or mixed.
Over time, metabolic typing can be re-evaluated and tweaks can be made to a person's diet as needed. As a person transitions to eating for his or her body type, changes in biochemistry can occur and additional analysis might be necessary. Over time, they might find they are more or less tolerant of foods that once triggered a positive or negative reaction.