Lymph body types are generally well-proportioned with attractive face and body. May have difficulty gaining weight. Prominent buttocks, good musculature, easy to attain muscular definition. Broad shoulders, usually athletically-oriented. Weight gain begins in upper thighs (women), or waist excluding abdomen (men).
Are You a Lymph Body Type?
You Might Be, If ...
Celebrities with a Lymph Body Type include:
Jada Pinkett Smith, Dwayne Johnson, Tom Cruise, Heather Locklear, Jane Fonda, Mikhail Baryshnikov, David Beckham, Lindsey Vonn, Bob Harper, Sean Connery, Hugh Jackman
Foods – Lymph body types are particularly sensitive to chemicals, so you'll feel best when choosing organic, chemical-free meats, fruits and vegetables
Exercise – you'll find that some exercise or activity first thing in the morning to activate your lymphatic system and "get everything moving" will keep you feeling good all day long
Need physical and mental stimulation, or may become depressed
Lunch – ignore conventional diet ideas: veggies or salads for lunch will lead to low energy in the afternoon; choose carbs and proteins instead and consider a lighter dinner such as salads
A partial list of Unsupportive Foods for the Lymph Body Type include: Chemical-fed meats including beef, pork, bacon, ham, sausage, veal, chicken, or turkey; pasteurized milk, frozen yogurt, ice cream, pumpkin or sesame seeds, whole wheat including breads and crackers, wheat bran or germ, broccoflower, hothouse tomatoes, fructose, honey, molasses, sugar, maple syrup, artificial sweeteners such as Equal or Nutrasweet, catsup, margarine, coffee, sodas and diet sodas
The Core Emotional Issues of the Lymph Body Type are Fear of being left behind, Difficulty finding identity
I am strong, well-coordinated, athletic and health conscious. I thrive on constant stimulation. I am mentally stimulated by learning. Creative and artistic, I express myself imaginatively and with movement. I am considered very attractive with a naturally well-proportioned and well-defined body. My appearance is very important to me. Extroverted and sociable, I add excitement to whatever I do. I am romantically inclined, and come on strong when beginning new relationships.
Optimistically, I throw myself totally into new relationships, viewing it idealistically. I like to be “up front” and typically reveal more about myself than appropriate early in the relationship. I have a need to be reassured that I’m loved and appreciated. Without this, feelings of inadequacy or self-doubts may surface, putting strain on the relationship. I like to keep things fresh, new and active, and moving residence adds spice to my life – I tend to move often.
I am playful, bright and quick-witted. I have a strong desire for physical exercise. I thrive on excitement, variety and change. I need continual stimulation in the form of movement and change to add variety to life. I require lots of variety through physical movement or mental stimulation to maintain mental clarity and a sense of vitality. Fun loving and playful, I am happiest when I feel excitement. Activity allows me to feel vibrant and alive. Excitement keeps me moving, active and alive. Without physical or mental stimulation, I become depressed which in turn brings emotional pain to the surface and motivates me to move out of my depressed state. I am mentally quick and alert, and learning provides a sense of fulfillment. Health and physical attractiveness are a high priority to me.