Did you ever wonder why so many super-health-conscious folks who eat high quality nutritious foods are still not overflowing with wellness? Why are some of them STILL sick? How is it possible that avoiding junk food and refined sugars hasn't solved their health concerns? Why haven't their food choices eased their suffering?
While there can certainly be many reasons, one of the big ones is related to not eating appropriately for one's METABOLIC TYPE.
- Are you challenged with choosing the right foods?
- Do you feel unsatisfied from your meals?
- Are you overwhelmed and confused about how to address the right amounts of protein, fats and carbohydrates for your body?
- Do you suffer from health conditions, such as migraines, eczema, irritable bowel, high blood pressure, chronic fatigue or weight issues?
What Is Metabolic Typing®?
What Type Are You?
Operates best on a low carb, high protein & healthy fat diet.
Feels best eating a plant-based diet, with lean proteins, but less fats.
Falls in the middle, requiring a bit of protein, carbohydrates, and fats.
About Metabolic Typing®
Metabolic Typing® analyzes, evaluates and interprets objective physiological and biochemical indicators in order to define the way we respond to nutrients. I use The Advanced Program, which is only available through an Advanced Certified Metabolic Typing® Advisor. The Advanced Program is comprised of an internet based questionnaire that reveals the status of 4 Fundamental Homeostatic Control Systems as well as the Dominant System.
- Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) - The Sympathetic nervous system speeds up bodily functions and the Parasympathetic slows them down.
- Oxidation Rate – The rate in which cells convert food into energy.
- Endocrine Type (Pituitary, Adrenal, Thyroid, Gonadal)
- Blood Type (A1, A2, AB, B, O in relation to food allergies and lectins)
- Dominant System (Autonomic or Oxidative)
Each of these systems serves a person on a individual level. As human beings, we don’t look the same on the outside, so how is it possible that our nutrient needs are the same on the inside? You are right… They aren’t! You might wonder what questions about body, head and eye shape, mouth and skin characteristics, reflexes and respiration have to do with a meal plan. The answer to that is that we look for what our individual needs are in order to nourish the trillions of cells in our bodies. That’s what dictates our individual needs. Once you know your Metabolic Type and begin eating right for your type, your metabolism will move towards a state of balance. As a result your body will begin producing energy more efficiently from the foods you consume. The following benefits are possible:
- Weight loss and maintenance of your ideal weight
- Balanced mood and blood sugar levels
- Increased mental clarity and ability to concentrate
- Decreased food cravings
- Optimal energy and vitality
- Reversal and prevention of disease from common to chronic disease
- Avoidance of premature aging
Decide Which Metabolic Typing® Program Suits You
Each Program includes the Metabolic Typing® Test and Report, consultation and coaching, e-mail support, extensive and specific recommendations for your needs, guidelines for shopping and food preparation, information on customized macro-nutrient rations to meals and snacks using Diet Check Records, sample menus for your type, specific metabolic type supplements and evaluation of significant blocking factors to your health.
Some Metabolic Typing® History
For almost 25 years, Healthexcel has provided health professionals with an advanced, computer-based form of Metabolic Typing®. Clinicians use this technique to evaluate people’s nutritional regimen and to design individual nutritional protocols. Metabolic Typing® is also the culmination of 100 years of pioneering effort and interrelated discoveries by remarkable medical researchers, physicians, biochemists, dentists, physiologists, clinical nutritionist and psychologists. It is also an exciting and continually evolving academic discipline that many contemporary researchers regard as the, “missing link” in modern nutritional science.