Nutritional typing is a strategic modification in which an individual assesses the kind of food that provides him with the right combination of nutrients that the body needs. People are pre-programmed to require a specific amount of nutrients that will enable the body to work efficiently. This explains some of the experiences people feel after eating a certain foods and then being left physically and mentally dissatisfied.
We are all bio-chemically unique and studies have shown that the compatibility of the food we eat is related to what our ancestors consistently consumed and through evolution, adapted to effectively use the nutrients to its optimum levels. A sudden change in the diet of the person due to circumstance of moving to a different place whose cultural society consumes a completely different set of foods can upset the body’s ability to efficiently use it leading to the following:
* A feeling of hunger despite being physically full
* You developed a habitual craving for sweets
* Energy levels consistently do not improve
* You experience erratic mood swings
This can be explained by the fact that your body is consuming the kind of food, that has either an excess or lack of a component that were usually consumed prior to the change in diet. That is precisely why nutritional typing was invented to tackle these problems. In nutritional typing, people will be able to identify foods that have the right composition customized to satisfy the specific needs of the body leading to higher energy levels, maintaining proper weight, and preventing premature aging.
How Many Nutritional Types Are There When Using Nutritional Typing?
Simply put, there are only three classifications as to where one might belong to and these are protein, carb, and mixed. Those who belong to the protein type are fairly compatible with, low carb, high-fat and protein diets where those who are in the carb category simply feel much better if their meal is mostly composed of carbohydrate rich foods. The mixed type however needs a balanced intake of protein and carbohydrates.
Nutritional Types Vary From One Person To Another
A lot of people would claim that they have stuck to a diet which most people would consider to be healthy. They never consumed foods that have a high level of sugar and salt content for a long time and yet they still end up looking and feeling sick simply because they do not consider nutritional typing as a crucial factor in formulating their diet.
If you are really serious when it comes to upgrading your health to its optimum levels, it is very important for you to strictly consume food that matches the needs of your body through nutritional typing. What might be good for you might not be good to the other people. Just like a car, if you fill it with gas that is not meant for its engine type, then you do not really expect the car to run smoothly like when it was run with its compatible fuel. The point here is that, we cannot simply rely on eating what is generally healthy anymore but to eat what our bodies specifically need and it can only be done by nutritional typing.
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