Eat Right for Your Body Type

Eating Right for the

Lymph Body Type

Lymph body type diet, characteristics and personality traits

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).

Nutritional Highlights

Food Cravings for the Lymph Body Type

When energy is low, the Lymph body type will crave:

Unsupportive foods for the Lymph Body Type

Unsupportive foods should be consumed once a month or less. 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

Weight Management for the Lymph Body Type

The Lymph body type can easily gain, carry, and lose excess weight. To lose weight:


When healthy, a vegetarian diet is adequate for the Lymph Body Type.

Celebrities with the 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

Are You a Lymph Body Type?

Lymph body type diet, characteristics and personality traits

Eat right for the Lymph Body Type to end food cravings, maintain consistent energy, and manage your weight without harmful diets. The 60-page profile for the Lymph Body Type includes complete food lists, sample menus, and other key nutritional guidelines for properly nourishing your body. It even includes a surprisingly accurate personality profile.