Liver body types are strong and solid with a sturdy appearance. Legs usually slender and defined. Weight gain begins in abdomen, waist and entire back (women and men), while legs and thighs gain little or no weight.
Are You a Liver Body Type?
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Celebrities with a Liver Body Type include:
Princess Diana, John Bradshaw, Bette Midler, Alec Baldwin, Dave Grohl
Dietary emphasis - Foods are best assimilated when eaten in combinations. Home-style foods, like meat and potatoes, prepared with gravies and sauces are supportive. Include variety and rotation. Garlic supports the immune system.
Meals - Best to make lunch your largest meal. Breakfast is light and dinner may be moderate to heavy. Raw foods are supportive to your body, so include more raw than cooked vegetables.
Emotional - Emotional support is a high priority, with group support being more effective than one on one.
A partial list of Unsupportive Foods for the Liver Body Type include: Pork, ham, sausage, milk, half-and-half, high-fat yogurt, ice cream, whole wheat, saccharin, artificial sweeteners such as Equal or Nutrasweet, mayonnaise, margarine, salt, MSG, chocolate desserts, salted potato chips, regular or diet sodas
The Core Emotional Issues of the Liver Body Type are Anger, Rejection, Failure
I am family oriented and extremely loyal. I am considered to be consistent, reliable, dependable, supportive, caring, kind, patient and considerate. I need to be needed, so I enjoy giving of myself and being there for others. I have great physical endurance, and am resilient in seeing projects to completion. I enjoy the process of doing tasks and projects. I am attentive to details and have strong organizational skills. I can let go of problems I consider irreparable.
I have an intense desire to experience life, and a strong need to know how and why things work. I learn in a step-by-step manner, mastering each step along the way, and can easily teach others. I have an intense desire to give others the guidance I didn’t receive, to assist others in avoiding predictable pitfalls in life. I am much better at nurturing others, physically and emotionally, than at identifying and caring for my own needs.
I am known for putting pieces together and fitting them into the flow of the day or of a project. I place a high priority on family, loyalty, and stability. I excel at helping with whatever needs to be done. I like to use my strong physical energy to accomplish things. Teaching or leadership is my way of ensuring that knowledge is transferred from one generation to the next. I have an emotional nature. Supporting or being supported by people around me provides the motivation to learn what life presents. I excel when I am uniting life, putting things together so that they flow, passing the wisdom gained by one generation onto the next.