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Customize Your Diet to Your Own Unique Body Chemistry

For hereditary reasons, your metabolism is unique. Cutting-edge research shows that no single diet works well for everyone–the very same foods that keep your best friend slim may keep you overweight and feeling unhealthy and fatigued. Now, William Wolcott, a pioneer in the field of metabolic research, has developed a revolutionary weight-loss program that allows you to identify your "metabolic type" and create a diet that suits your individual nutritional needs.

In The Metabolic Typing Diet, Wolcott and acclaimed science writer Trish Fahey provide simple self-tests that you can use to discover your own metabolic type and determine what kind of diet will work best for you. It might be a low-fat, high carbohydrate diet filled with pasta and grains, or a high-fat, high-protein diet focused on meat and seafood, or anything in between. By detailing exactly which foods and food combinations are right for you, The Metabolic Typing Diet at last reveals the secret to shedding unwanted pounds and achieving optimum vitality with lasting results.

The Metabolic Typing Diet will enable you to:
- Achieve and maintain your ideal weight
- Eliminate sugar cravings
- Enjoy sustained energy and endurance
- Conquer indigestion, fatigue, and allergies
- Bolster your immune system
- Overcome anxiety, depression, and mood swings

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"Metabolic typing is a huge step forward in the field of diet and nutrition, and this book is essential for anyone interested in optimizing their health by exploring their own biochemical individuality."
--Sherry Rogers, M.D., author of Wellness Against All Odds

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ize Your Diet to Your Own Unique Body Chemistry

For hereditary reasons, your metabolism is unique. Cutting-edge research shows that no single diet works well for everyone–the very same foods that keep your best friend slim may keep you overweight and feeling unhealthy and fatigued. Now, William Wolcott, a pioneer in the field of metabolic research, has developed a revolutionary weight-loss program that allows you to identify your "metabolic type" and create a diet that suits your individual nutritional needs.

In The Metabolic Typing Diet, Wolcott and acclaimed science writer Trish Fahey provide simple self-tests that you can use to discover your own metabolic type and determine what kind of diet will work best for you. It might be a low-fat, high carbohydrate diet filled with pasta and grains, or a high-fat, high-protein diet focused on meat and seafood, or anything in between. By detailing exactly which foods and food combinations are rig

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Customize Your Diet to Your Own Unique Body Chemistry
For hereditary reasons, your metabolism is unique. Cutting-edge research shows that no single diet works well for everyone-the very same foods that keep your best friend slim may keep you overweight and feeling unhealthy and fatigued. Now, William Wolcott, a pioneer in the field of metabolic research, has developed a revolutionary weight-loss program that allows you to identify your "metabolic type" and create a diet that suits your individual nutritional needs.
In "The Metabolic Typing Diet, Wolcott and acclaimed science writer Trish Fahey provide simple self-tests that you can use to discover your own metabolic type and determine what kind of diet will work best for you. It might be a low-fat, high carbohydrate diet filled with pasta and grains, or a high-fat, high-protein diet focused on meat and seafood, or anything in between. By detailing exactly which foods and food combinations are right for you, "The Metabolic Typing Diet at last reveals the secret to shedding unwanted pounds and achieving optimum vitality with lasting results.
"The Metabolic Typing Diet will enable you to:
Achieve and maintain your ideal weight
Eliminate sugar cravings
Enjoy sustained energy and endurance
Conquer indigestion, fatigue, and allergies
Bolster your immune system
Overcome anxiety, depression, and mood swings

About the Author

William Wolcott is widely regarded as the world’s leading authority on metabolic typing and has played a central role in advancing this unique dietary science. He is the founder of Healthexcel, an organization that provides technical consulting services to health professionals.

Trish Fahey
is a consumer expert in the area of metabolic typing and a health and science writer who specializes in the field of alternative medicine.

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Chapter 1

One Man''s Food Is Another''s Poison

The Wisdom of Ancestral Diets

Would you believe that in certain remote regions of the world there are old and indigenous cultures in which our modern epidemics--obesity, heart disease, cancer, diabetes, colitis, hypertension, arthritis, and the like--are virtually unknown?

For many years scientists have observed isolated cultures in which people maintain levels of health and fitness that are vastly superior to the health status of those of us who live in modern societies.

Yet these remarkably strong people live in primitive environments very far removed from the industrial mainstream, where there are none of the vast resources so widely available in "advanced" civilizations--no high-tech medicine, no scientists or clinicians or academic institutions, no multibillion-dollar research programs, no health officials or government advisory boards, no vitamin industry, fitness clubs, health spas, weight loss clinics, or health-oriented media.

Oddly enough, the native diets of these old and indigenous cultures are far from what you and I might consider healthful.

Imagine: Traditional Alaskan Eskimos with excellent immunity and cardiovascular health thriving on large quantities of fat and several pounds of meat a day. Daily diets centered around caribou, kelp, salmon, moose, seal, and whale blubber.

Today there are Aboriginal people in remote regions of the Australian Outback with the strength and fitness levels of Olympic athletes. They still live as their ancestors did, on diets comprised of insects, beetles, grubs, berries, and meat from the kangaroo and wallaby.

Consider this: Swiss people with superior constitutions and longevity living in isloated mountain villages, eating primitive diets of whole rye bread and large quantities of high-fat cheese and cream and raw goat''s milk, supplemented by wine and small amounts of meat. Villagers of all ages enjoying robust health despite rustic living conditions and the challenges of glacial winters.

Similarly: African Masai tribes, renowned for extraordinary physical and mental development, still living as they have for centuries, primarily on meat and milk and blood that is carefully extracted in small doses from live cattle at regular intervals.

And in other isolated places--high in the Andes Mountains, deep in the Amazon rain forest, in remote villages of the South Pacific islands--native people who consume the primitive diets of their ancestors consistently demonstrate the same kind of remarkable strength, stamina, and resistance to disease, often living well past one hundred.

Researchers have discovered that people who live in primitive cultures consistently display an astonishing range of physical attributes rarely seen in modern cultures: virtually no birth defects or physical deformities or weight problems. Exceptionally well-shaped bones and skeletal frames. Wide and symmetrical faces with expansive, highly functional nasal and respiratory passages. Strong jaws with perfect dental alignment and flawless teeth and gums that rarely if ever succumb to decay and disease.

But when these same people are exposed to the foods and dietary customs of modern civilization, their health rapidly deteriorates and they fall victim to the very same diseases that have long permeated industrialized societies.

The most noteworthy observer of the declining health of primitive cultures was Dr. Weston Price, a remarkable medical researcher who began his career as a dentist in Ohio in the early part of the twentieth century. Price first became interested in malnutrition in an attempt to understand why so many Americans suffered with extensive tooth decay and gum disease, along with severe structural deficiencies such as small dental palates crowded with poorly developed and crooked teeth.

Dr. Price knew that people in undeveloped regions of the world had no such problems--no need of orthodontia, metal fillings, gum surgeries, root canals, or elaborate restorative work. He wanted to find out why.

So in 1934 he began a series of investigative expeditions to remote corners of the world. He visited indigenous cultures and closely examined the diets and health status of native populations in Africa, northern Europe, Canada, Alaska, Australia, and the South Pacific.

Time and again Price found indigenous cultures to be free of the chronic disease and physical disabilities that were very much the norm in the United States and other "advanced" societies. He also observed that whenever primitive cultures abandoned their native diets and adopted modern eating habits, they would rapidly develop the kinds of health problems prevalent in the advanced cultures to which they''d been exposed.

In 1938 Dr. Price documented his findings in the classic Nutrition and Physical Degeneration. This book includes a wealth of dramatic photographs that clearly illustrate the rapid physical deterioration of many indigenous cultures throughout the world.

The Myth of the Universal Diet

Over thousands of years of evolutionary history, people in different parts of the world developed very distinct nutritional needs in response to a whole range of variables, including climate and geography and whatever plant and animal life their environments had to offer.

As a result, people today have widely varying nutrient requirements, especially with regard to macronutrients--the proteins, carbohydrates, and fats that are the fundamental dietary "building blocks," that is, the compounds most essential to sustaining life. Most foods from either animal or plant sources contain at least some amount of each of the macronutrients.

For example, many people who currently inhabit tropical or equatorial regions have a strong hereditary need for diets high in carbohydrates such as vegetables and fruits and grains and legumes. These foods provide the kind of body fuel that is most compatible with the unique body chemistry of people who are genetically programmed to lead active lifestyles in warm and humid regions of the world. Their systems are simply not designed to process or utilize large quantities of animal protein and fat.

Conversely, people from cold, harsh northern climates are not genetically equipped to survive on light vegetarian food. They tend to burn body fuel quickly, so they need heavier foods to sustain themselves. Eskimos, for example, can easily digest and assimilate large quantities of heavy protein and fat--the very types of foods that would overwhelm the digestive tracts of people from, say, the Mediterranean basin.

The bottom line is that a diet considered healthful in one part of the world is frequently disastrous for people elsewhere in the world.

For instance, well-known dietary expert Nathan Pritikin pointed out that Bantu tribes in Africa eat a very low-fat diet, one that is widely regarded as very healthful in the United States and other industrialized societies. Not surprisingly, coronary artery disease among the Bantu is almost nonexistent.

Pritikin''s successors and other leading health professionals have long advocated low-fat diets for everyone. Yet this "one-size-fits-all" approach has clearly failed to reduce obesity and cardiovascular disease in large segments of our population. Like all other universal dietary recommendations, it overlooks the enormous amount of biochemical and physiological diversity among individuals.

As an example, Scottish, Welsh, Celtic, and Irish people have certain nutritional requirements that are just the opposite of the Bantu. The ancestral diets of the Scots and Irish and related cultures have always been very high in fatty fish. For this and other reasons they have a hereditary need for more fat than other populations. Remarkably, the low-fat diets that prevent heart disease in the Bantu can actually cause heart disease in many people of Anglo-Saxon descent.

This principle of diet being linked to genetic requirements is seen throughout nature. Every animal species is genetically programmed to feed on specific sources of food. They''re not guided in their food selection by their taste buds or manipulated by high-concept advertising strategies about what''s "good to eat."

Unlike man, who applies free will to his dietary choices, animals eat according to their natural instincts and genetic dictates. Consequently, insects, reptiles, fish, birds, and mammals (except man) are not plagued with degenerative health disorders like cancer, heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, allergies, and multiple sclerosis--to name but a few.

In his book Happiness Is a Healthy Life, Lendon Smith, M.D., writes: "The trick of eating is to figure out your racial/ethnic background and try to imitate it." It''s a great idea, but there''s just one problem: Few of us today have a clear-cut ethnic or genetic heritage, particularly in the United States, where we''ve become a true genetic "melting pot."

People from different ethnic and cultural backgrounds have moved from continent to continent and country to country and mixed and mingled like crazy. So most of us have lots of different blood running through our veins. A little of this and a little of that.

Maybe you''re part Irish and part German with traces of Mexican blood. Your best friend might be half Italian and half Japanese. Perhaps your neighbor has a Swedish mother and a Lebanese father and a maternal grandmother who was part Jamaican. The permutations are endless. There have been so many cultural shifts and so much intermarriage in the modern world that it''s just not possible for most of us to identify with any degree of precision exactly what our ancestral diets might be.

And even if you could, it might be pretty tricky to try to imitate it. If you''re of pure Native American descent, you could have a hard time obtaining cactus or buffalo meat on a regular basis. Or if you''re of full-blooded Austrian descent, it could get challenging (if not monotonous) to base most of your meals on large quantities of raw goat''s milk and stone-ground grains.

Of course, it''s entirely possible that your native dietary needs are both clearly defined and none too hard to fulfill. For instance, maybe both your parents come from a purebred Greek lineage, in which case you''d have little trouble accessing fish, pasta, garlic, olive oil, salads, beans, and wine--roughly the kinds of foods that kept your ancestors healthy and fit. Similarly, if you''re of Asian extraction, you''d likely do well with rice and sea vegetables and soy.

But here''s a major caveat: While your ancestral diet is of critical importance in figuring out what foods might be ideal for you, it''s not the only factor. Our nutrient requirements are also heavily influenced by our environments and the kinds of lifestyles we lead. And both those factors have shifted dramatically over the course of the last century.

It took all of us thousands of years to adapt to our earthly surroundings, yet in the last hundred years (the evolutionary blink of an eye) many of the essential qualities of our air and water and soil have been altered, suddenly and profoundly. The delicate symbiosis that our ancestors developed with their natural habitats has been seriously disrupted. In many ways the environment can''t sustain human health as it once could.

The same applies to our lifestyles. We''ve all been genetically bred over the millennia for a great deal of physical activity--to run and walk and plant and hunt and fish and ride and herd. But in a very short span of time that all changed. Now we spend huge blocks of time indoors under artificial light, exposed to all kinds of foreign chemicals, leading sedentary lives in front of TVs or computers or riding around in planes, trains, and automobiles.

So, identifying the diet that will best support your health is considerably more complicated than simply trying to determine your ethnic and cultural heritage. There are just too many factors besides heredity that influence your nutritional needs.

Not to mention the fact that your nutritional needs are not static. Your body is a dynamic homeostatic system, meaning it''s always in flux, always attempting to regulate itself, achieve a healthy balance, and adjust to shifting environmental conditions.

Your dietary needs can change from year to year, season to season, day to day, even hour by hour, due to cyclical (circadian) rhythms that cause predictable shifts in your body chemistry every twenty-four hours.

Fortunately, there is a breakthrough technology you can use to quickly and easily identify which foods are right for you, a technology you''ll be reading about very shortly. In the meantime, here''s a quick recap of important points so far:

1. Lots of people worldwide have no chronic illness.

For many years scientists have observed isolated or primitive cultures that are completely free of all the major degenerative diseases of modern civilizations.

2. Modern diets cause serious illness in healthy indigenous cultures.

When isolated or primitive cultures abandon their native diets and take up modern diets, they develop all the same chronic diseases now epidemic in modern societies.

3. Different indigenous cultures require different diets.

There is no such thing as a healthful diet. A diet that promotes health and vigor in one culture can cause serious illness in another.

4. Heredity plays a major role in your dietary requirements.

You are genetically programmed to require the same kinds of foods and nutrients your ancestors depended upon for survival. But other factors play a role--such as environmental conditions, specific nutrient deficiencies, and your level of stress or physical activity, for example.

5. Your nutritional needs are highly unique.

Just as we all differ tremendously with regard to outward physical characteristics, we are all unique on an internal (biochemical and physiological) level as well. Thus we all process foods and utilize nutrients differently.

6. You''ll need technological assistance to identify your unique dietary needs.

Most of us have no clear-cut ancestral lineage. For this and other important reasons, identifying your individual dietary needs is difficult, if not impossible. Fortunately, metabolic typing can provide you with a simple solution to this complex problem.

Beyond Mass-Market Nutrition

Contemporary dietary wisdom is analogous to modern pharmaceutical science. The drug industry is entirely focused on the "magic bullet" medical concept, i.e., it seeks to develop single therapeutic solutions that can be universally applied to anyone and everyone who displays a particular health problem or set of symptoms. Modern nutritional science also operates almost exclusively on this type of "mass-market" approach.

Our government provides an excellent case in point. Health officials here in the United States dispense generic dietary recommendations based on a "one-size-fits-all" approach to nutrition, despite the fact that America is one of the most heterogeneous societies on earth--a true genetic melting pot.

The government''s one-dimensional approach to healthful eating is represented by the omnipresent "food pyramid," a slightly more modern derivative of the old "4-food-group" approach to daily meal planning.

The mass-market approach to nutrition also dominates the private sector. Virtually every leading nutritional expert today has a single dietary formula or regimen that they believe will effectively optimize the health of anyone who adheres to it.

Yet today''s best-seller diets are striking in their dissimilarity, especially with regard to the all-important issues of macronutrient consumption and macronutrient ratios--in other words, how much protein, carbohydrate, and fat people should be consuming, and in what combinations.

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I have ben on this diet since Dec 2017. I started on it because I have an autoimmune disease and was getting nowhere with traditional treatments. After the first few days my cravings went away and I noticed a difference oin how I felt within a week or so. I work with a... See more
I have ben on this diet since Dec 2017. I started on it because I have an autoimmune disease and was getting nowhere with traditional treatments. After the first few days my cravings went away and I noticed a difference oin how I felt within a week or so. I work with a Metabolic Typing Advisor but bought this book because I have told so many people about the benefits I have seen. I have lost 60 lbs, 30 of that in ab out a month - month and a half. It has come off slow and steady since then. I eat more than I ever have, feel better than I have in years and the weight loss has been an added bonus. Giving your body the nutrients it needs, based on your type, is the key.
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This is a management tool for finding your best diet and not a diet prescription. The self-test in Chapter 6 guides you through a process of discovering whether you are a slow oxidizer, fast oxidizer, or mixed oxidizer. Slow oxidizers require low-protein, low-fat, and... See more
This is a management tool for finding your best diet and not a diet prescription. The self-test in Chapter 6 guides you through a process of discovering whether you are a slow oxidizer, fast oxidizer, or mixed oxidizer. Slow oxidizers require low-protein, low-fat, and high carbohydrates. Fast oxidizers require high protein, high-fat, and low carbohydrates. Mixed oxidizers require relatively equal amounts of protein, fats, and carbohydrates. The author converts a jigsaw puzzle of specialized information into a paradigm for managing food choices. Rediscover the wisdom of ancestral diets with the Metabolic Typing Diet.
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I got this book to help with the inflammation in my joints.What I especially love about this book is that you adjust the instructions to fit your needs.After a few days of tweaking, I can feel a difference. This means less pain for me, and no need for NSAIDS. Finally! Thank... See more
I got this book to help with the inflammation in my joints.What I especially love about this book is that you adjust the instructions to fit your needs.After a few days of tweaking, I can feel a difference. This means less pain for me, and no need for NSAIDS. Finally! Thank you for writing this book!
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Danyal Vierheller
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It does work, and it makes sense!
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I struggle with my weight and have my whole life. I found out about this "diet" and decided to order the book to read up on it. I have noticed that it really works - and HOW it works makes perfect sense to me. I''ve been told by nutritionists that if your body is... See more
I struggle with my weight and have my whole life. I found out about this "diet" and decided to order the book to read up on it. I have noticed that it really works - and HOW it works makes perfect sense to me.

I''ve been told by nutritionists that if your body is craving something, it''s because you''re missing some vitamin or mineral present in that food. The same nutritionists acknowledge that every person''s body has different needs.

So.. I took the test and adjusted my eating habits to match the type specified (I''m a "protein" type.) As long as I follow the recommendations for that, I am not constantly hungry and tired. Then of course, logically, since I''m not constantly hungry and feel full faster, I can control my portions more easily, reducing the calories in.

I tend to ignore the last part of the book because it appears to be more of the controversial theories in medicine (thus the 4-star rating), but for the part specifically dealing with the "diet"? It works. I recommend it to anyone interested in a lifestyle change that''s not all about what you can''t have, but is all about adjusting your portions and eating order to feel fuller faster & longer.
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The test is interesting; the results are lacking
Reviewed in the United States on September 30, 2012
UPDATE: 12/2012 I''ve done some more research, and it seems the results are lacking because they had to save some of the information for their customized testing through the Healthexcel organization. Or, to put it more fairly, because the detailed results require a very... See more
UPDATE: 12/2012
I''ve done some more research, and it seems the results are lacking because they had to save some of the information for their customized testing through the Healthexcel organization. Or, to put it more fairly, because the detailed results require a very detailed test, which is available through the Healthexcel/Metabolic Typing website. After reading more, the "Advanced" Test available through the website is more what I was expecting out of this book, which only has a "Basic" version of the test. The advanced test produces a much longer food list and a better introductory meal plan. The price is reasonable, as well; $40 if you do the online version; another option is to test through a certified counselor.

Thus: Read this book if you are interested in exploring the ideas behind Metabolic Typing, as well as a push in the right direction. If you want a detailed meal plan, use the Advanced Test through their website.

I am updating my rating to 3 stars now that I know "meatier" results are available. Although I was tempted to dock stars as a protest of having to make ANOTHER purchase after the book to obtain the full results, I suppose it''s only a matter of philosophy as to which approach is better. Probably having this book available for $10, where more people might actually read it, is better than charging $50 for the book and an extended test that''s more difficult to interpret and customize. Further, the book was not FORMATTED as a sales pitch, and does give a fair amount about tweaking the diet through trial and error.

Thus, if you like the idea behind their Metabolic Typing and want to really maximize your benefit, just know that even if you purchase this book, you must be prepared to spend another $40.

Will report back after taking the Advanced Test and fully implementing the recommendations for a time.

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So, I used The Zone for several years and then Metabolism Miracle for about a year now. I got this book because I feel like my optimum must lie somewhere in between, and because the reviews of Wheat Belly: Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight, and Find Your Path Back to Health confirmed something I noticed on Metabolism Miracle - I got a lot better results when avoiding all bread products.

The survey was fascinating, but there were about 10 of the 64 (?) questions that I couldn''t answer.

I tested out a protein-type, which was not news for me.

But the book gave me nothing new to work with. I''m struggling and frustrated at attempting to implement its suggestions, because it does not give solid guidelines.

It recommends a 40% protein, 30% carb, 30% fat diet for protein type, compared to Zone''s 40% carb, 30% protein, 30% fat. It also says I cannot eat a meal without protein, and that the best proteins are organ meats. Like I can eat organ meat at every meal.

It gives a very short food list, and a brief excerpt of a menu plan that wasn''t really 40/30/30.

I felt this book really had nothing about customizing the diet. Beyond the 40/30/30, it said you must determine your exact carb level yourself. Start with no starches for a week. You should feel good. Then work your way up in carb consumption until you feel bad again. That''s about the end of it.

Well, that''s what I was planning to do before I found this book.

My plan going forward is to modify the Zone (P/F/C at every meal as 21 g/7 g/ 27 g, maybe flip the 27 and 21) OR modify Metabolism Miracle (meat at every meal, find the sweet spot in phase two between 11-20 g of carbs per 5 hour period).

I''ve gotta go reread the reviews now to see why I was convinced to waste my money on this book. I feel like I must be missing something.
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Reviewed in the United States on June 17, 2003
This book is really wonderful, mainly based on the foundation it is written on; that of Dr. Roger J. Williams. This theory is extremely eyeopening and mindboggling compared to the other ... theories that are thrown at us today. WE THE PEOPLE HAVE KNOWN THIS ALL ALONG!!!... See more
This book is really wonderful, mainly based on the foundation it is written on; that of Dr. Roger J. Williams. This theory is extremely eyeopening and mindboggling compared to the other ... theories that are thrown at us today. WE THE PEOPLE HAVE KNOWN THIS ALL ALONG!!! Imagine, actually saying that all people are different, and react in different ways to different things!!! The medical profession doesn''t seem to have caught on to this yet. But every one (of us little real,peon people) can tell you that different things work for different people. Dr. Williams shows you why. And this book is a fantastic foundation for encouraging you to learn about your differences and how they affect you in the diet/nutrition arena. Those of us who have been through the medical zoo know that you have to take your health out of the medical professions'' hands and into your own hands if you want to live and get well (and/or thin), and this book will help start you out. Your diet is the basis of your health and your health problems. Always go treat the source and not the symptoms. I also truly recommend all books by Dr. Williams; especially "Biochemical Individuality" (it''s not as difficult as it sounds!) and "The World Within You," along with Jeffrey Bland''s "Genetic Nutritioneering." I also recommend Dr. Mercola''s absolutely free and highly educational newsletter at [his website], along with Doug Kaufmann''s information at [his website]. Doug''s new book on cancer, though expensive, is worth twice the money, and is just about as eyeopening as this book. The only doctors and medical personnel who will benefit from this book are the ones who truly want to help patients and their people. The doctors who are either brainwashed by the pharmaceutical agents who taught them in medical school or are out to make a buck will not be interested. The "industry" does not want people to learn for themselves, eat nutritious foods, take supplements or herbs that work with their bodies or otherwise make their bodies well and healthy. They want a bunch of mindless, totally bodily degenerated zombies who are dependent on them to keep them addicted to their "wonder" drugs and paying them astronomical prices for their drugs and body poisoning procedures. The same goes for their cohorts, the AMA, the FDA and the large "disease" associations who never listen to anything that helps anyone, only to their own pocketbooks. And the FDA is the worst of them all; they''re supposed to be protecting people. Instead, these people are trying to crush everyone who makes a stand for real health. We all have to stand up for our own health, along with the few who are trying to help us, such as the authors of this book, and people such as Dr. Mercola and Doug Kaufmann. This book is a good, solid start. (Please note that the views expressed here are my own, and not from the book!!!!)
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Extraordinary information
Reviewed in the United States on May 28, 2003
This is an extraordinary book. Within it, there is a test that will tell you what type of macro nutrient food mix (carbohydrate vs. protein) you will do best on. This takes out the guess work out of nutrition. The author explains also how extremely different diets... See more
This is an extraordinary book. Within it, there is a test that will tell you what type of macro nutrient food mix (carbohydrate vs. protein) you will do best on. This takes out the guess work out of nutrition.
The author explains also how extremely different diets have millions of succesfull followers. Take Ornish high carbohydrate-low fat diet, and Atkins high protein-low carb diet; both have millions and millions of followers who swear their good health by these radically opposite diets. How could that be? It is pretty simple, the followers of a specific diet are individuals who thrive on this type of diet. In other words, their specific metabolic type corresponds closely to the guru diet they follow. But, this does not mean that one diet or the other is good for you. You first have to find out your own metabolic type, then you will know. This leads you from darkness into light, nothing less (at least as far as nutrition is concerned).
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One Man''s Food Is Another Man''s Poison
Reviewed in the United States on February 8, 2009
Why do some people do well on Robert Atkins''s high fat and protein diet with almost no carbs, while other people fare poorly on such a diet? The same holds true for many other diet plans, such as the low fat regimen of Dean Ornish. The reason, according to William Wolcott,... See more
Why do some people do well on Robert Atkins''s high fat and protein diet with almost no carbs, while other people fare poorly on such a diet? The same holds true for many other diet plans, such as the low fat regimen of Dean Ornish. The reason, according to William Wolcott, author of "The Metabolic Typing Diet," is that one diet regimen doesn''t fit all. In other words, one man''s food truly is another man''s poison.

Wolcott contends that while we all need fats, carbohydrates and proteins in our diet, some people need more high pruine, fatty meats (dark meat poultry, beef, fatty fish such as salmon) and other fats such as butter, while other people need a mix of high and low fat meats (dark and light meat poultry, high and low fat fish, beef) and carbohydrates, while a third group fares better eating more carbohydrates and low fat meats, such as white meat chicken and turkey, low fat fish, and beans. I have been following his diet recommendations and see the wisdom in his advice. While everyone needs fruits and veggies in their diet, different people do better on different kinds of these foods. For example, while carbohydrate types can eat more liberal amounts of all types of fruits, as they don''t raise their blood sugar as rapidly, the high protein, fat types do better on less sweet fruits. They should also more carefully monitor their total fruit consumption and stay away from fruit drinks.

Wolcott has everyone eat whole grains. As it breaks down the phytates and other enzyme inhibitors, he recommends soaking your grains. He also encourages every one to eat three meals a day at set times. He encourages the purchase of free range meat that doesn''t have nitrates or nitrites and feeds on the proper food for it''s digestive system. He encourages people to buy organic grains and produce where feasible. Even more important than buying organic veggies or fruits is to purchase the freshest produce you can find. He also has a list of foods he says everyone should stay away from. Included in this list are alcohol, caffeine, sugar and trans fats, which are produced when food is fired or deep fried, especially in delicate omega six veggie oils, such as sunflower, safflower, corn, soy, and canola oil. Each metabolic type has other specific foods that they need to monitor in their diet.

Another very good book on metabolic type diets is "The Nutrition Solution," by Harold J. Kristol. His description of the oxidative vs. the autonomic nervous system dominants is well done. While Wolcott covers this subject in detail, I found Kristal''s book to be even more understandable than Wolcott''s book. Wolcott has the best self test to determine your metabolic type of the two books. I also like that he gives a diet plan for mixed types, which Kristal does not do. Kristal does discuss a balanced diet for those people who are healthy enough to be on one. I would highly recommend you read both books, There are several other books on metabolic types. When reviewing them on Amazon, none impressed me all that much. These two books truly are the best books I''ve ever read on diet.
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Ettebel
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You''re unique. Your diet should be too.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 26, 2015
I love this book. If you''ve always been big for unknown reasons, struggled to lose weight or followed ''the same diet which worked for your friend'' and had absolutely NO success, then read this. It explains how we are all on a spectrum of nutritional needs and while some...See more
I love this book. If you''ve always been big for unknown reasons, struggled to lose weight or followed ''the same diet which worked for your friend'' and had absolutely NO success, then read this. It explains how we are all on a spectrum of nutritional needs and while some people are fine with high carb / low fat, others among us would do a lot better on low carb / high fat. This book is about refuting the myth of that one-size, so-called healthy diet that the nutritonal ''experts'' and most internet websites say we should be eating. There is no one size fits all cure for weight and health problems! So buy this book and find out what foods really suit your body and metabolic make up.
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 9, 2019
This book is no good if you are vegetarian/vegan. To find out your type ot asks you how you feel after eating red meat and how you feel after eating it for breakfast. Well I wouldn''t know I don''t eat it! Considering an awful lot of people choose not to eat meat or animal...See more
This book is no good if you are vegetarian/vegan. To find out your type ot asks you how you feel after eating red meat and how you feel after eating it for breakfast. Well I wouldn''t know I don''t eat it! Considering an awful lot of people choose not to eat meat or animal products now this book is out of touch.
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Trees
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Disappointed
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 9, 2016
Bought this a few years ago and consulted an approved MT practitioner. Back then I was a strong protein type but more recently have shifted from this but the questionnaire still shows protein type. Having revisted the book this week I have become confused as to how...See more
Bought this a few years ago and consulted an approved MT practitioner. Back then I was a strong protein type but more recently have shifted from this but the questionnaire still shows protein type. Having revisted the book this week I have become confused as to how metabolic typing works. All the approved MT advisors seem to use the diet questionnaire but all this really gives is whether you protein/carb or mixed type. Where is the analysis as shown in the book for the catabolic/anabolic or fast oxidiser/slow oxidiser etc.
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Melanie Young
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Rubbish
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 10, 2021
I was really looking forward to finding out my metabolic type but I was sadly disappointed. I completed the questionnaire, according to the instructions, and I completely disagree with the result. The characteristics of my apparent metabolic type are completely wrong. It...See more
I was really looking forward to finding out my metabolic type but I was sadly disappointed. I completed the questionnaire, according to the instructions, and I completely disagree with the result. The characteristics of my apparent metabolic type are completely wrong. It claims I have a weak appetite, love eating sweets and depend on caffeine, whereas I have a large appetite, don''t eat many sweets and don''t drink much coffee!!!
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Thought-provoking.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 26, 2012
This book arrived promptly and in excellent condition. I found it most enlightening. The author identifies different styles of eating that influence the right choice of diet and questionnaires help you decide which style is natural to you. I saw things about myself that I...See more
This book arrived promptly and in excellent condition. I found it most enlightening. The author identifies different styles of eating that influence the right choice of diet and questionnaires help you decide which style is natural to you. I saw things about myself that I had never understood before and began to understand the solution that would suit me best. Although the only way to lose weight is actually to choose a diet and follow it, sometimes we do not understand why we find that almost (or entirely) impossible. This book can help you break through the emotional barriers to losing weight.
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