Our goal is to help you identify these unique nutritional or digestive needs and assist you to make better choices that positively affect your health.
Biochemical Body Types
Each of the four Biochemical Types is born with specific traits such as the way they are shaped, their typical food cravings, and common symptoms resulting from a specific over-stimulated endocrine gland, as well as the powerful energy and drive they feel when they are in balance. Use this exciting and innovative system for bringing about a real health Transformation!
Look inside to learn about each of the four biochemical types. Discover which one best describes your body type!
Food Preferences: All carbohydrates such as breads. rice. pasta. potatoes, sugar, sweets, candy, cakes, pies, and vegetarian meals
Enzyme Deficiency: Polysaccharolytic enzymes for proper digestion of carbohydrates
Health Concerns: Thyroid dysfunction, eczema, headaches, fatigue, low blood pressure, hypoglycemia, brain fog, mood swings, depression, cold hands & feet
Body Shape: You tend to gain weight evenly all over, and your waist may be either small and defined or broader than your shoulders and hips, The widths of your clavicle and your hip bone are equal, and you have weII-defined. “high & perky” buttocks,
Nutrition for Balance: Avoid sugar and meals high in starch, Include a complete protein at each meal, Healthy fats In moderation. Whole grains, fruits, and vegetables.
Suggested Formulas: Digest, Protease, Probiotic, ExcellZyme, MasterZyme / Thyroid Comptex, BalanceZyme Plus
ESTRO / TESTRO
Food Preferences: Spicy ethnic foods, foods high in fat, creamy sauces or dips, gravies, ice cream, fried foods, pizza, rich foods
Enzyme Deficiency: Lipolytic enzymes for proper digestion of fats & triglycerides
Health Concerns: Reproductive system dysfunction, gall bladder stress and/or gallstones, liver disorders, high cholesterol and triglycerides, hormonal imbalance, urinary problems, arthritis, menstrual problems, hysterectomy, prostate disorders
Body Shape: You tend to gain weight below the waist in your hips and thighs. The width of your clavicle.is narrower than your hip bone width. You have sloping shoulders and “Iow-slung” buttocks.
Nutrition for Balance: Avoid fried food, heavy sauces or spices, and rich meals. Healthy fats in moderation. Include a complete protein at each meal. Whole grains, fruits, and vegetables.
Suggested Formulas: Digest, Protease. Probiotic. Lypo / LypoZyme, MasterZyme, Gastro / GastroZyme
Food Preferences: All proteins such as steak, hamburger, chicken, fish, seafood, bacon, ham, and pork chops, also salt or salty foods
Enzyme Deficiency: Proteolytic enzymes for digestion of all protein foods
Health Concerns: Adrenal stress, kidney dysfunction, cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, edema, acid reflux, indigestion, gas, constipation, stiff joints, gout, back problems
Body Shape: You tend to gain weight in the upper body (stomach, back, and shoulders). The width of your clavicle is broader than your hip bone width. You have “no” buttocks with strong, muscular legs.
Nutrition for Balance: Avoid high protein meals, high fat proteins, and salt. Healthy fats in moderation. Include whole grains, fruits, and vegetables.
Suggested Formulas: Digest, Protease, Probiotic, Adrenal Complex, CalmZyme, Protease IFC, Gastro / GastroZyme
Food Preferences: Milk and dairy products, also grains and cereals
Enzyme Deficiency: Most all of the digestive enzymes including lipase & lactase
Health Concerns: Pituitary disorders, chronic allergies, chronic digestive problems, lBS, diarrhea, lactose intolerance, frequent colds or infections, asthma, chemical or environmental sensitivities, weak constitution
Body Shape: You tend to gain weight evenly and can be either wiry or soft and plump. The widths of your Clavicle, waist, and hip bone are equal, with no distinct buttocks. Slow to mature as a teen, your body shape has not changed much, so you look young for your age.
Nutrition for Balance: Avoid dairy and high fat foods. Healthy fats in moderation. Include a complete protein at each meal. Whole grains, fruits, and vegetables. Small, frequent meals.
Suggested Formulas: DigestZyme, PureZyme, PlantadOphllus, GastroZyme, MasterZyme, CalmZyme, Super CellZyme .