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A ‘One Size Fits All’ Diet Approach Does Not Work

Suppose that you were in a serious car accident and were in dire need of a blood transfusion. Being rushed into the emergency room and barely conscious, you hear the nurse ask a doctor, “what type of blood does he need?” The doctor replies, “it does not matter, any blood will do.” Terrified, you pass out of consciousness hoping that your life will be saved.

As absurd and frightening as this story sounds, this is exactly the situation when it comes to diet. Most doctors and nutritionists will routinely prescribe random dietary advice to patients, without understanding the highly individualized nature of metabolism and energy production.

Such random dietary advice can’t be harmful could it? Consider that purine nucleo-protein is a form of protein so vital to the normal functioning of someone who is glucogenically imbalanced, without it, the tissue and blood pH are inadequate, and cells are deprived of efficient energy. If consumed regularly, this same type of protein will produce devastating effects on someone suffering from a sympathetic imbalance. The result will leave a sympathetic type person with acid blood while causing uric acid levels to soar, contributing to gout and impaired kidney function.

This is only the beginning of how one type of food is vital for one person, and completely wrong for someone else. As another example, take carbohydrates. For people who suffer from a ketogenic imbalance, a diet that is higher in carbohydrate containing foods such as vegetables, fruits, and whole grains is critical in order to maintain proper glycemic control. These same foods will produce a blood sugar nightmare for someone who has a para-sympathetic imbalance. In addition, a diet high in carbohydrates can cause a para-sympathetic type to gain excessive abdominal fat and slow down energy production.

The most effective way to identify exactly what primary foods and nutrients your body requires is through Metabolic Type Nutrition. This is excellent news, because Metabolic Type Nutrition (often referred to as Metabolic Typing) is a highly sophisticated and constantly evolving nutritional art and science.

It takes an individual from random, illogical decisions about food and health, to one based entirely on the individuality of metabolism. It makes perfect sense, and it works!

From the perspective of a nutritionally oriented health practitioner, Metabolic Type Nutrition will show you rapid and incredible patient results.

Metabolic Type Nutrition is the way to choose the right foods for you.

Michael McEvoy, CNC, CMTA is a Certified Nutritional Consultant (CNC) through The American Association of Nutritional Consultants and a Certified Metabolic Typing Advisor (CMTA) through The Metabolic Typing Institute in La Jolla, California. He also holds certification in Darkfield Microscopy and Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis. Visit his website at


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August 20, 2010


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