For many years people struggling with weight issues were simply put together in a ‘one-size-fits-all’ category. Then they were given a diet plan; those who lost weight were thought to have ‘strong willpower’ and those who didn’t −it was assumed they cheated.
However, research has shown repeatedly that weight gain is not simply eating too much. Weight gain can be caused by stress, toxins, menopause and many other INTERNAL reasons. Furthermore, recent studies have also revealed that the shape of your body may also be indicators of INTERNAL conditions.
So, in order to lose weight it makes sense that before starting any diet plans or exercise routines you need to work from the ‘inside out’.
A full assessment of internal conditions that your body may be dealing with is essential you can formulate a plan to correct any problems. Then your body will respond to a lifestyle plan, which includes weight loss and increased vitality.
It’s easy to put overweight people into one category − it is done very often by people selling quick weight loss plans. But weight is very individualised and the ‘shape of your weight’, can prove to be one of the indicators of what is going on inside.
The Adrenal Shape
Our adrenal glands sit on the kidneys. Constant stress leads to poor sleep patterns, causing worry, excessive thinking, brain fog, poor memory, and weight gain. Most growth hormone is released at night, and this hormone regulates fat burn. Trying to lose weight can actually cause you to add pounds since conventional diet programs that call for drastically cutting calories and overtraining with exhaustive workouts only further stress your body.
The Thyroid Shape
Your thyroid resides in the front of your lower neck. It makes hormones that control the metabolism in all your cells. Thyroid types tend to get big all over, not in just one place.
The Ovary Shape
For women in childbearing years who are trying to conceive, having over-productive ovaries isn’t necessarily a bad thing. But for others, it can lead to saddlebags and lower stomach pouch.
The Liver Type
Your liver is an organ under your right rib cage that filters toxins and helps digest your food. Liver types typically have thin legs and a protruding belly. These types have a condition called ascites, which is essentially the liver leaking a plasma-like fluid into the sac that sits just above our intestines. In healthy individuals, blood sugar naturally rises in the morning due to hormonal changes, but after fasting overnight, liver types inevitably wake up with low blood sugar.