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Old 07-24-2007, 02:47 PM
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Here's the quick test for those whoo want to try it:
http://www.naturalhealthyellowpages....self_test.html



Pretty interesting...
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Old 07-24-2007, 03:51 PM
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bummer. i'm a protein type. i've also been a life-long vegetarian. there's no way i could eat meat. i get sick even if there's just a bit of chicken stock in something...
i have noticed though, that when i do really make a point of eating a lot of protein, then i feel better. it's just that options are limited...
what is everybody else?
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Old 07-24-2007, 03:56 PM
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I'm protein as well but didn't really look at my results much... will have to do it again tonight.

~ Vilma
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Old 07-24-2007, 08:07 PM
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The link isn't working for me....

Eta here it is: http://www.naturalhealthyellowpages....self_test.htmlEdited by: FV Mom
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Old 07-24-2007, 08:19 PM
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I'm a mixed type which means I can eat whatever I want! I'm a mesomorph too bwahahahaha! I'm such a brat


Metabolic Type Product Guide:
Recommended Foods - Profile #3, Mixed Type
by Bill Wolcott


<TABLE cellSpacing=1 cellPadding=2 width="60%" align=center ="#000000"><T>
<T>
<TR ="#000000">
<TD>
<DIV align=center>MEAT/FOWL</TD>
<TD>
<DIV align=center>SEAFOOD</TD>
<TD>
<DIV align=center>VEGETABLE</TD>
<TD>
<DIV align=center>FRUIT</TD>
<TD>
<DIV align=center>DAIRY</TD></TR>
<TR ="#fffef2">
<TD vAlign=top rowSpan=7>
<DIV align=center>All ok</TD>
<TD vAlign=top rowSpan=7>
All ok</TD>
<TD vAlign=top rowSpan=7>
All ok</TD>
<TD vAlign=top rowSpan=7>
<DIV align=center>All ok</TD>
<TD vAlign=top rowSpan=7>
<DIV align=center>All ok</TD></TR>
<TR></TR>
<TR></TR>
<TR></TR>
<TR></TR>
<TR></TR>
<TR></TR></T></T></TABLE>

<TABLE cellSpacing=1 cellPadding=2 width="60%" align=center ="#000000"><T>
<T>
<TR ="#000000">
<TD>
<DIV align=center>NUT/SEED</TD>
<TD>
<DIV align=center>GRAIN</TD>
<TD>
<DIV align=center>FAT/OIL</TD>
<TD>
<DIV align=center>DESSERT</TD>
<TD>
<DIV align=center>BEVERAGE</TD>
<TD>
<DIV align=center>MISC</TD></TR>
<TR ="#fffef2">
<TD vAlign=top rowSpan=2>
<DIV align=center>All ok </TD>
<TD vAlign=top rowSpan=2>
<DIV align=center>All ok </TD>
<TD vAlign=top rowSpan=2>
<DIV align=center>All ok</TD>
<TD vAlign=top rowSpan=2>
<DIV align=center>All ok</TD>
<TD vAlign=top rowSpan=2>
<DIV align=center>All ok</TD>
<TD vAlign=top rowSpan=2>
<DIV align=center>All ok</TD></TR></T></T></TABLE>
<!--
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// -->Eat as much variety as possible from day to day.
Using your recommended foods listed above, try to eat according to the following ratios:
<UL>
<LI>40%-45% Protein (Proteins = Meat, Fowl, Seafood, Dairy)
<LI>50%-55% Carbohydrates (Carbohydrates = Fruits, Vegetables, Grains)
<LI>10%-15% Oils/Natural Fats (Fats = Butter, Oils, Fatty Foods - ex. nuts, seeds, cheese, other fatty foods) </LI>[/list]

You don't have to be exact. Just think in terms of proportions of the foods on your plate. Your metabolic type should do better with an overall higher percentage of carbohydrates relative to proteins and fats/oils. So, no matter how much food you put on your plate, whether it's a lot or a little, your plate should look something like this:
<HR width="90%" SIZE=1>

<DIV align=center>
Profile #3, Mixed Type Graph:



Edited by: FV Mom
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Old 07-24-2007, 08:33 PM
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I got profile 2, Protein type.
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Old 07-24-2007, 10:28 PM
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I got profile 2 Protein as well which I pretty much knew however I was surprised that were recommended red meats because another test I took told me to stay away from Red Meats because it makes my metoblism slow.
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Old 07-25-2007, 05:12 AM
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Yeap I'm a protein type too!
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Old 07-25-2007, 05:35 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by FV Mom


Metabolic Type Product Guide:
Recommended Foods - Profile #3, Mixed Type
by Bill Wolcott


<TABLE cellSpacing=1 cellPadding=2 width="60%" align=center ="#000000"><T><T>
<T>
<TR ="#000000">
<TD>
<DIV align=center>MEAT/FOWL</TD>
<TD>
<DIV align=center>SEAFOOD</TD>
<TD>
<DIV align=center>VEGETABLE</TD>
<TD>
<DIV align=center>FRUIT</TD>
<TD>
<DIV align=center>DAIRY</TD></TR>
<TR ="#fffef2">
<TD vAlign=top rowSpan=7>
<DIV align=center>All ok</TD>
<TD vAlign=top rowSpan=7>
All ok</TD>
<TD vAlign=top rowSpan=7>
All ok</TD>
<TD vAlign=top rowSpan=7>
<DIV align=center>All ok</TD>
<TD vAlign=top rowSpan=7>
<DIV align=center>All ok</TD></TR>
<TR></TR>
<TR></TR>
<TR></TR>
<TR></TR>
<TR></TR>
<TR></TR></T></T></T></TABLE>

<TABLE cellSpacing=1 cellPadding=2 width="60%" align=center ="#000000"><T><T>
<T>
<TR ="#000000">
<TD>
<DIV align=center>NUT/SEED</TD>
<TD>
<DIV align=center>GRAIN</TD>
<TD>
<DIV align=center>FAT/OIL</TD>
<TD>
<DIV align=center>DESSERT</TD>
<TD>
<DIV align=center>BEVERAGE</TD>
<TD>
<DIV align=center>MISC</TD></TR>
<TR ="#fffef2">
<TD vAlign=top rowSpan=2>
<DIV align=center>All ok </TD>
<TD vAlign=top rowSpan=2>
<DIV align=center>All ok </TD>
<TD vAlign=top rowSpan=2>
<DIV align=center>All ok</TD>
<TD vAlign=top rowSpan=2>
<DIV align=center>All ok</TD>
<TD vAlign=top rowSpan=2>
<DIV align=center>All ok</TD>
<TD vAlign=top rowSpan=2>
<DIV align=center>All ok</TD></TR></T></T></T></TABLE>
<!--
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google_ad_ = "text";
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google_color_ = "0000CC";
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google_color_text = "333333";
// -->Eat as much variety as possible from day to day.
Using your recommended foods listed above, try to eat according to the following ratios:
<UL>
<LI>40%-45% Protein (Proteins = Meat, Fowl, Seafood, Dairy)
<LI>50%-55% Carbohydrates (Carbohydrates = Fruits, Vegetables, Grains)
<LI>10%-15% Oils/Natural Fats (Fats = Butter, Oils, Fatty Foods - ex. nuts, seeds, cheese, other fatty foods) </LI>[/list]

You don't have to be exact. Just think in terms of proportions of the foods on your plate. Your metabolic type should do better with an overall higher percentage of carbohydrates relative to proteins and fats/oils. So, no matter how much food you put on your plate, whether it's a lot or a little, your plate should look something like this:
<HR width="90%" SIZE=1>

<DIV align=center>
Profile #3, Mixed Type Graph:


Same as FVMom- #3.

Thanks for the link, btw! That's pretty interesting!
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Old 07-25-2007, 05:51 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by veperez
I'm protein as well but didn't really look at my results much... will have to do it again tonight.

~ Vilma
This is me... [img]smileys/smiley1.gif[/img]

Metabolic

Type Product Guide</font></font>
:


Recommended Foods - Profile #2, Protein Type</font></font></font>

<t></t><table align="center" border="0" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="1" width="60%"><t><tr><td><div align="center">MEAT/FOWL</font>

</td>

<td>

<div align="center">SEAFOOD</font></font>

</td>

<td>

<div align="center">VEGETABLE</font>

</td>

<td>

<div align="center">FRUIT</font>

</td>

<td>

<div align="center">DAIRY</font>

</td>

</tr>

<tr>

<td rowspan="7" valign="top">Bacon


Beef


Brains


Duck


Goose


Kidney


Lamb


Liver


Pork Rib


Fowl, drumstick


Fowl, thigh


Fowl, wing


Red meat


Sweetbread


Veal


Venison


Heart </font></td>

<td rowspan="7" valign="top"> Abalone


Caviar


Clam


Crab


Crayfish


Herring


Lobster


Mackerel


Mussel


Octopus


Oyster


Salmon


Sardine


Scallop


Shrimp


Squid


Tuna, dark


Anchovy </font> </td>

<td rowspan="7" valign="top">



Artichoke


Asparagus


Beans


Carrot (some)


Cauliflower


Celery


Corn


Lentils


Mushroom


Peas


Potato (some)


Spinach


Squash


Peanuts </font>

</td>

<td rowspan="7" valign="top">Avocado


Banana


Olive


Apple (some)


Pear (some)</font></td>

<td rowspan="7" valign="top">



(Whole)


Cheese


Cottage Cheese


Cream


Eggs


Milk


Yogurt


</font>



(Dairy is

not


a subsitute for


meat/fish/


poultry)</font>

</td>

</tr>

<tr> </tr>

<tr> </tr>

<tr> </tr>

<tr> </tr>

<tr> </tr>

<tr> </tr>

</t></table>






<t></t><table align="center" border="0" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="1" width="60%"><t><tr>

<td>

<div align="center">NUT/SEED</font></font>

</td>

<td>

<div align="center">GRAIN</font></font>

</td>

<td>

<div align="center">FAT/OIL</font></font>

</td>

<td>

<div align="center">DESSERT</font></font>

</td>

<td>

<div align="center">BEVERAGE</font></font>

</td>

<td>

<div align="center">MISC</font></font>

</td>

</tr>

<tr>

<td rowspan="7" valign="top">All

Ok </font></td>

<td rowspan="7" valign="top">All

ok </font></td>

<td rowspan="7" valign="top">All

ok </font></td>

<td rowspan="7" valign="top">Butter-based

pastries


Cheesecake


Ice Cream</font></td>

<td rowspan="7" valign="top">Diluted

Fruit Juice


Vegetable Juice</font></td>

<td rowspan="7" valign="top">Cream

Soup


Sauces


Gravies


Meat stock


Salt, miso


Soy sauce


Tamari


Yeast</font></td></tr></t></table>


Using your recommended foods listed above, try to eat according to the

following ratios:</font>

<ul>[*]45%-50% Protein

(Proteins = Meat, Fowl, Seafood, Dairy)</font>[*]30%-35% Carbohydrates

(Carbohydrates = Fruits, Vegetables, Grains)</font>[*]20% Oils/Natural

Fats (Fats = Butter, Oils, Fatty Foods - ex. nuts, seeds, cheese,

other fatty foods)</font>[/list]


You don't have to

be exact. Just think in terms of proportions of the foods on your plate.

Your metabolic type should do better with an overall higher percentage

of proteins relative to carbohydrates and fats/oils. So, no matter how

much food you put on your plate, whether it's a lot or a little, your

plate should look something like this:</font>

<hr size="1" width="90%">

Profile

#2, Protein Type Graph:</font>
</font></font>




</font>
Edited by: veperez
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