Body Type Test (Quiz) Results 933 – Body Type Two (BT2) Female (Woman), Millennial (Generation Y)

FORCA?Fellow One Research Combined Average (FORCA) Health Score which Averages the Self-Determined (SD) Health & FORC Health Scores [5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy]. This score is in beta testing.

3.53

FORTH?Fellow One Research Total Health (FORTH) Score [5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy]. This score is in beta testing.

3.93

FORMR?Fellow One Research Metabolism Rate (FORMR) Adjusted Mifflin-St Jeor BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate) Score. This score is in beta testing.

Normal Metabolism

FORMA?Fellow One Research Metabolism Activity (FORMA) Adjusted Harris-Benedict Activity Score. This score is in beta testing.

Steady Metabolic Rate

Body Mass Index (BMI) Calculation

25.8

BMI Minimal, Moderate, High Risk

Moderate Risk

Diary Data - Started on 10-02-21

Theory

According to the National Institute of Health's BMI chart, to reach your medically safe BMI weight range for your height of 5 feet, 6 inches, you have to weigh between 118.00 pounds and 148.00 pounds. To get to the high end of that medically safe BMI weight range at 148.00 pounds, you would have to lose, relative to your current weight of 160.00 pounds, 12.00 pounds. To get to the bottom of that range at 118.00 pounds, you would have to lose 42 pounds. To get to the mid-range at 133 pounds you would have to lose 27 pounds. According to mainstream science and medical doctors, you are already a Body Type One (BT1), you simply have an unbalanced diet and are consuming too many calories. That is it. Too much calorie intake. So, once you successfully reduce your daily calories intake and lose 27 pounds, and are well within/at your safe scientific BMI mid-range weight, you will look just like the Standard Scientific Human Body Anatomy Book Body Type One (BT1) with all muscles/mass fully developed. It might take getting down to the lower end of your safe BMI weight range at 118 to look truly identical to the Standard Scientific Human Body Anatomy Book Body Type One (BT1). However, the Fellow One Research, The Four Body Types Theory is, because of your anticipated underdeveloped vertebrae (cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacrum) identified in your Body Type Shape Quiz/Test, you will not look identical to a Body Type One (BT1). You will experience skinny fat in some form(s) (thin fat, cellulite, crepey skin, loose skin, saggy skin, and/or normal weight obesity) due to, no less, your underdeveloped vertebrae and corresponding lack of muscles/mass.

Back Side Facing Angle
Fellow One Research, The Four Body Types-Body Type Quiz/Test (Woman/Female) Results 933, Body Type Two (BT2)

Full Back Facing Angle
The Four (4) Body Types, Body Type Quiz (Woman/Women/Female) Results 933 - Body Type Two (BT2), Fellow One Research Participant Test

Full Front Midriff Facing Angle
Body Type Test (Female/Woman) Results 933, Body Type Two (BT2) - Fellow One Research Participant Quiz, The Four Body Types

The Four Body Types, Fellow One Research Participant 933 Official Day One (1) - 10-01-21 - Weigh-In Video - Advance Weight-Loss Management Diary

The Four Body Types, Fellow One Research Participant 933 Official Day Fourteen (14) - 10-15-21 - Weigh-In Video - Advance Weight-Loss Management Diary

The Four Body Types, Fellow One Research Participant 933 Official Day Twenty-One (21) - 10-22-21 - Weigh-In Video - Advance Weight-Loss Management Diary

Anticipated Underdeveloped / Undeveloped Vertebrae

8

Starting Weight

160 lb

Weight Loss Goal

133 lb

Weight Difference to Date

-6.8 lb

Cheat Days

1

24 Hour Weight Difference

0

Fellow One Research Weight Loss Diary: Diet, Exercise, & Lifestyle Data Daily Averages - 26 Diary Entries

Sugar - Total / Added

1.73 g / 0 g

Protein

56.96 g

Fat

32.15 g

Cholesterol

122.96 mg

Carbs

84.62 g

Water

2.08 oz

Sodium

288.27 mg

Calories

866.96

Steps

4132.09

Exercise Duration

32.88 minutes

Calories Burned

191.92

Sleep Duration

8 hours

Sleep Quality

OK

Stress Level

Very Low

DateCurrent Weight Type of DietBreakfastBreakfast CaloriesLunchLunch CaloriesDinnerDinner CaloriesSnacksSnacks CaloriesTotal CaloriesOrganic Whole Food %Regular Whole Food %Junk/Processed/Fast Food %Percentage of Diet, CarnivorePercentage of Diet, VegetarianPercentage of Diet, VeganWater (oz) TotalFilter Water %Tap Water %Spring Water %Bottled Water %Total Protein (g)Total Fat (g)Total Monounsaturated Fat (g)Total Polyunsaturated Fats (g)Total Saturated Fat (g)Total Trans Fat (g)Cholesterol (mg)Omega 3 Fatty Acids (EPA/DHA)Omega 3 Source(s)Total Carbohydrates (g)Fiber (Carbs)(g)Total Sugar (Carbs)(g)Added Sugar (Carbs)(g)Total Sodium (mg)Vitamin Supplements, DosesVitamins, Type(s)Vitamins, Kind(s)Vitamins, Source Quality Heart Rate (resting)Heart Rate (post)Blood Pressure Systolic (resting)Blood Pressure Systolic (post)Blood Pressure Diastolic (resting)Blood Pressure Diastolic (post)Type of Cardio ExerciseTotal Cardio Exercise Duration (minutes)Total StepsTotal Flights ClimbedTotal Laps (Swimming)Estimated Calories Burned, CardioType of Resistance ExerciseTotal Resistance Exercise Duration (Minutes)Estimated Calories Burned, Resistance Sleep Duration (hours)Sleep QualityAllopathic Meds, DosesAllopathic MedsHerbal & Other Supplements, DosesHerbal & Other SupplementsCaffeineCaffeine AmountAlcohol ServingsNicotine IntakeNicotine AmountCannabisCannabis AmountNegative BehaviorsNegative Behavior SourceOverall Level of StressCheat DayCheat Reason
10-2-21160 Low-Carb- Coffe Nescafe - Iceberg salad - Little cheese with turkey salami, mayoneze266- Moussaka with zucchini - Iceberg salad - Spoon of humus318- Chocolate protein120/07410000002 L00009128206051NoNone289505880Ok 000000None00000None00 8Restful0Private0PrivateCoffeeVery Low (1 Cup of Coffee or less, or comparable)NoneNoneNone0NoPrivateVery LowNo
10-3-21160 Low-CarbCoffe&creamer cheese iceberg salad deluxe turkey salami174boiled cabbage beef sausage329/0Chocolate bas corny milk espresso vitamin jana lemon199702050200002,5 l00004632001700NoNone5534001GenericNo Vitamins Taken 000000Hiking756.9963,2000295Pilates, None00 9Very Unrestful0Private0PrivateCoffeeLow (2 Cups of Coffee, or comparable)NoneNoneNone0NoPrivateVery LowNo
10-4-21158 Low-Carbclassic nescafe torilla with cheese, turkay salami and humus 2 fried eggs456bolied cabbage dry prunes182turkeay salami with humus141classic nescafe white chocolate brown rice cakes16294105000002 L0000514252140364NoNone8761104140No Vitamins Taken 000000None00000None00 6OK0Private0PrivateCoffeeLow (2 Cups of Coffee, or comparable)NoneNoneNone0NoPrivateLowNo
10-5-21154 Low-CarbNescaffe classic Broccoli green beans corn salad396/0Mixtures of legumes306Chia jogurt Mix of nuts79781060004002.5 l0000412400100NoNone826240230No Vitamins Taken 851500000Running60700000600None00 8Unrestful0Private0PrivateCoffeeLow (2 Cups of Coffee, or comparable)NoneNoneNone0NoPrivateVery LowNo
10-6-21154 Low-Fatgreen pods veggie burger broccoli dietary chips hummus747Legumes mix2000000947010000002,5l0000543700000NoNone8912320200No Vitamins Taken 000000None05033000None00 8Very Unrestful0Private0PrivateNoneNoneNoneNone0NoPrivateVery LowNo
10-7-21155.6 Low-Carbnesscaffe broccoli green pod chicken fillet 1 piece beef sausage 1 piece187oiled egg-2 pieces young cheese-2 piece pickle Turkey ham46200chia jogurt73723080200003L0000693300100NoNone37310020No Vitamins Taken 000000Walking901057700510None00 8Very Unrestful0Private0PrivateCoffeeVery Low (1 Cup of Coffee or less, or comparable)NoneNoneNone0NoPrivateVery LowNo
10-8-21155.6 Low-Carbboiled egg 2 tuna with tomato sauce cheese classic nescaffe53300chicken breast salami paradise cracker cheese38800871010000002.5 l0000813600300NoNone5161103220No Vitamins Taken 000000None04502000None00 8Very Unrestful0Private0PrivateNoneNoneNoneNone0NoPrivateVery LowNo
10-9-21155 Low-CarbBalans jogurt55Veggie burger Chicken Gorgozola cheese397Red lentils pancakes Vegetarian mushroom pate525P09770100000001.5l00008328008225NoNone1117603800No Vitamins Taken 000000None02000000None00 7OK0Private0PrivateNoneNoneNoneNone0NoPrivateVery LowNo
10-10-21154.8 Low-CarbNescaffe7Red lentil pancakes Eggplant Veal steak Pumpkin Veal soup Paprika in sour cream452Eggs Turkey salami203Cookies34696010000001.5l0000583324110391NoNone612703250No Vitamins Taken 000000None04706000None00 7OK0Private0PrivateCoffeeVery Low (1 Cup of Coffee or less, or comparable)NoneNoneNone0NoPrivateVery LowNo
10-11-21154.8 Low-CarbOatsmeal Banana Mandarin511Batak vegetables Rice327Batak vegetables15200990P10000001.5l000063140040154NoNone14642301770No Vitamins Taken 000000None05005000None00 7OK0Private0PrivateNoneNoneNoneNone0NoPrivateHighNo
10-12-21154.5 Blue Zone Mediterranean DietNesscaffe Bio chocolate pomegranate37400Hole tortilla wrao 2x Eggs 3x Cheese Pickles637001011010000002 l0000403262110561NoNone1139540640No Vitamins Taken 000000Running60700000500None00 8Restful0Private0PrivateCoffeeLow (2 Cups of Coffee, or comparable)NoneNoneNone0NoPrivateLowNo
10-13-21154.3 Low-CarbKebab chocolate ness classic tangerine82500turkay salami cheese green apple16500990010000002l0000374600600NoNone81570140No Vitamins Taken 000000Walking601143600288None00 8OK0Private0PrivateCoffeeVery Low (1 Cup of Coffee or less, or comparable)NoneNoneNone0NoPrivateVery LowNo
10-14-21154.3 Low-Carbnesscafe quinoa burger green pods coffee tangerine18400fried eggs cheese tomato Turkey ham413integrino cookie4711071110000002 L0000524341140374NoNone82153003400No Vitamins Taken 000000Jogging901354400351None00 8Restful0Private0PrivateCoffeeLow (2 Cups of Coffee, or comparable)NoneNoneNone0NoPrivateVery LowNo
10-15-21155.6 Low-Carbespresso chicken breast Turkey ham pomegranate316mushrooms peas carrot asparagus soup39700banana green apple155868010000002.5 l000075190040148NoNone8611350800No Vitamins Taken 000000None00000None00 8OK0Private0PrivateCoffeeLow (2 Cups of Coffee, or comparable)NoneNoneNone0NoPrivateMediumNo
10-16-21155.4 Low-Carbturkay salami cheese green salad cream cheese233veal potatoes biscuit 1 piece3353 egg whites cheese turkay salami195sparklin water menta92855010000002 L00008432019020NoNone444501740No Vitamins Taken 000000None00000None00 10Restful0Private0PrivateNoneNoneNoneNone0NoPrivateHighNo
10-17-21155.2 Low-CarbNesscaffe Cheese Turkey salami228Chicken Drumstick Sour cabbage Egg white248Turkey salami Cheese Salad Humus397Esspreso Green apple72945010000002.5 l00006339011200NoNone503507900No Vitamins Taken 000000None02551000None00 7Unrestful0Private0PrivateCoffeeLow (2 Cups of Coffee, or comparable)NoneNoneNone0NoPrivateVery LowNo
10-18-21154.5 Low-Carbespresso broccoli mix of vegetables beef sausage106eggs sausage cheese410pomegranate nescaffe166cookie100855010000002,5l00000443041160375NoNone6683301400No Vitamins Taken 000000Hiking60778300550None00 9OK0Private0PrivateCoffeeLow (2 Cups of Coffee, or comparable)NoneNoneNone0NoPrivateVery LowNo
10-19-21153.8 Low-Carbespresso durum kebab236cheese turkey salami kefir salad36800chocolate almonds73802010000003 L00004531001100NoNone32050400No Vitamins Taken 000000Jogging03336000Yoga60200 8OK0Private0PrivateCoffeeVery Low (1 Cup of Coffee or less, or comparable)NoneNoneNone0NoPrivateVery LowNo
10-20-21153.2 Low-Carbbroccoli nescafe green pods quinoa burger295chicken drumstick peas mushrooms salad422pomegranate16600884010000002l000038210012028NoNone103233804050No Vitamins Taken 000000None00000None00 8OK0Private0PrivateCoffeeVery Low (1 Cup of Coffee or less, or comparable)NoneNoneNone0NoPrivateVery LowNo
10-21-21152.7 Low-Carbbroccoli chicken fillets vegetable mix espresso classic ness tangerine classic ness 2in 131600Turkey ham smoked cheese lettuce egg white35100667010000002l0000882101400NoNone411601300No Vitamins Taken 000000Jogging601204200526None00 8OK0Private0PrivateCoffeeModerate (3 Cups of Coffee, or comparable)NoneNoneNone0NoPrivateVery LowNo
10-22-21153.4 Low-Carbespresso spinach and cheese pie247quinoa burger veggie green pods salad pomegranate300walnut bread raspberry jam316tangerine521158010000002l0000314000407NoNone174236101,2830No Vitamins Taken 000000None03690000None00 8OK0Private0PrivateCoffeeVery Low (1 Cup of Coffee or less, or comparable)NoneNoneNone0NoPrivateLowNo
10-23-21153.4 Low-CarbEggs72Turkay fillet Peas Rice58000Tangerine Mix of nuts7081360010000002.5 l00004959211659186NoNone1311660710No Vitamins Taken 000000None00000None00 10Restful0Private0PrivateNoneNoneNoneNone0NoPrivateVery LowNo
10-24-21153.8 Low-Carbturkish coffee37chicken in gorgozola sauce French fries espresso640noodles315cookie521.046010000001,5l0000183563300NoNone15812602110No Vitamins Taken 000000None000000None00 10OK0Private0PrivateNoneNoneNoneNone0NoPrivateVery LowYesJust felt like it
10-25-21153.4 Low-Carbespresso broccoli chicken fillets green pods209eggs sour cabbage mushroom soup300mushroom soup11000619010000002,5l000050204230374NoNone53570701MagneziumSingle1pillHigh Quality 000000Running75000560None00 8OK0Private0PrivateNoneNoneNoneNone0NoPrivateVery LowNo
10-26-21153.2 Low-Carbchicken salad38100tuna pickles138chocolate block tangerine418937010000002l0000663013170139NoNone1161270020420No Vitamins Taken 000000High Intensity457203000Yoga601000 6Unrestful0Private0PrivateNoneNoneNoneNone0NoPrivateVery LowNo
10-27-21153.2 Low-Carbespresso broccoli green pods breaded hake209tuna salad choco block espresso568rice cake cheese salami jam almonds333tangerine39114901000000200006431001200NoNone1236450410No Vitamins Taken 000000Jogging6019.31800810None00 8,30Restful0Private0PrivateCoffeeLow (2 Cups of Coffee, or comparable)NoneNoneNone0NoPrivateVery LowNo
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Fellow One Research, The Four Body Types-Body Type Quiz/Test (Woman/Female) Results 933, Body Type Two (BT2)

Fellow One Research, The Four Body Types Body Type Quiz/Test Participant Delila Kajtaz Bio Summary – Body Type Two (BT2)


I have studied The Four (4) Body Types and it is my understanding that I am a Body Type Two (BT2). Obesity has slightly been a problem in my life. My obesity problems started in my life between age 25 and age 29. I was at my heaviest weight when I reached 170 pounds at age 29. The most weight I ever lost was 23 pounds when I was 30. I have not been successful at keeping all that weight off to date. I gained back 9 of those pounds in a span of 3 month(s).

My ride on the obesity weight gain & loss management roller coaster ride has been slightly severe. If/when I put fat weight on my body, it is most likely that I will put the fat weight on in relation to: front knees, upper leg/front thighs, upper leg/inner thighs, upper leg/back thighs, upper leg/outer thighs, buttocks, upper back, lower back, as accurately as I can figure. I attribute mostly my unbalanced diet to my weight problems. On average, obesity is somewhat/questionably common in my family.

Upon careful examination of my spine, vertebra(e) (posture), and muscle/muscle mass, I am confident that the following vertebra(e) in my body are underdeveloped if not undeveloped: cervical 4, thoracic 4, lumbar 1, lumbar 2, lumbar 3, lumbar 4, lumbar 5, sacrum, as best I can surmise. I am confident I am a Body Type Two (BT2) because I have between (1) and eight (8) vertebrae undeveloped. I am quite sure my body does not look identical to a Body Type One (BT1) with all muscles developed & defined. My body has not always had the fully developed BT1 classic arch, dimples, vertebrae (posture), and muscle mass. I am certain I do not have the fully developed BT1 classic arch and dimples, which strengthens my belief I'm not a BT1.


Fellow One Research Body Type Quiz/Test Participant Delila Kajtaz Identifies as a Body Type Two (BT2) (The Four Body Types)
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Biological Gender: Female (Woman)
Current Height: 5'6 inches
Current Weight: 160 pounds
General Age: 30-Something
Actual Age: 31 years old
Generation: Millennial (Generation Y)
Biological Origin: Mostly Caucasian/White and/or of European Descent
Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Fellow One Research Participant - The Four Body Types Identifier
Fellow One Research Identifies this ‘The Four Body Types’ Body Type Quiz/Test Research Participant’s Body Type as a:
Body Type Two
Basic Body Type Quiz/Test Participant Self-Determined (SD) Health Score (5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy)
3
Basic Fellow One Research Calculated (FORC) Health Score (5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy)**
4.06

What Does My Body Type Two (BT2) Mean?


Life is all about balance. Unbalance allows a human being to truly understand balance by recognizing, honestly, what their unbalances truly are. All be it some more than others, all human beings are unbalanced physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually, at least to some extent. But most human beings are very unbalanced and unhealthy. The more unbalanced the body type (BT4 is the most unbalanced body type), including metabolism, the more physical work the specific individual person has to do to bring their human body into a state of true physical balance (BT1).

Body Type One (BT1): Physically balanced (Anatomy Standard).

*Fully developed vertebrae, spinal extension (posture), and muscle. *33 out of 33 Vertebrae Developed and Extended, relative to the 24 Moveable & Two Fixed Bones (0 Vertebrae Undeveloped/Underdeveloped) *Very Low to Low probabilities of experiencing obesity in the short and long-terms. *High tendencies to be symmetrical and attractive. *Mental (mind), emotional (energy in motion), and spiritual (soul/soul energy/star power/IT Factor) balance matters equally as much as physical (body/genetics/DNA) balance.

Body Type Two (BT2): Less Physically Balanced.

*Mostly developed vertebrae, spinal extension (posture), and muscle. *32 to 22 out of 33 Vertebrae Developed and Extended, relative to the 24 Moveable & Two Fixed Bones (1-8 Vertebrae Undeveloped/Underdeveloped) *Low to Medium probabilities of experiencing obesity in the short and long-terms. *Moderate tendencies to be symmetrical and attractive. *Mental (mind), emotional (energy in motion), and spiritual (soul/soul energy/star power/IT Factor) balance matters equally as much if not more (to make up for physical unbalances) while the BT2 person is achieving to physical (body/genes/DNA) balance.

Body Type Three (BT3): More Physically Unbalanced.

*Moderate to mostly undeveloped vertebrae, spinal extension (posture), and muscle. *21 to 11 out of 33 Vertebrae Developed and Extended, relative to the 24 Moveable & Two Fixed Bones (9-17 Vertebrae Undeveloped/Underdeveloped) *Medium to High probabilities of experiencing obesity in the short and long-terms. *Moderate tendencies to be asymmetrical and unattractive. *Mental (mind), emotional (energy in motion), and spiritual (soul/soul energy/star power/IT Factor) balance matters even more (to make up for physical unbalances) while the BT3 person is achieving to physical (body/genetics/DNA) balance.

Body Type Four (BT4): Mostly to Fully Physically Unbalanced.

*Mostly to completely undeveloped vertebrae, spinal extension (posture), and muscle. *10 to 0 out of 33 Vertebrae Developed and Extended, relative to the 24 Moveable & Two Fixed Bones (18-26 Vertebrae Undeveloped/Underdeveloped) *High to Very High probabilities of experiencing obesity in the short and long-terms. *High tendencies to be asymmetrical and unattractive. *Mental (mind), emotional (energy in motion), and spiritual (soul/soul energy/star power/IT Factor) balance matters even that much more (to make up for physical unbalances) while the BT4 person is achieving to physical (body/genes/DNA) balance.

More Fellow One Research Body Type Quiz/Test Participant Data – Delila Kajtaz & Skinny Fat, Back Pain, Diet, Exercise, Lifestyle


Skinny Fat & Back Pain

The Four (4) Body Types, Body Type Quiz (Woman/Women/Female) Results 933 - Body Type Two (BT2), Fellow One Research Participant TestBody Type Two (BT2), Body Type Test/Quiz (Female/Women) Results 933 - Fellow One Research, The Four Body TypesSkinny fat has been a slighlty serious problem in my life overall. I have experienced the skinny fat phenomenon in the past and/but I am presently experiencing the skinny fat phenomenon in my life. After reviewing my body, I am experiencing and/or have experienced skinny fat including thin fat, cellulite, crepey skin, loose/saggy skin, and/or normal weight obesity, in general, relative to: front knees, upper leg/front thighs, upper leg/inner thighs, upper leg/back thighs, upper leg/outer thighs, buttocks, lower midriff/waist/hips, midriff/abdomen/belly, upper back, lower back, as far as I can tell.

On average, I experience back aches and pain. I feel back aches and pains in my body in relation to: cervical 3, cervical 4, cervical 5, and it is directly relative to my Body Type Two (BT2).


Diet (Food & Drink/Hydration)

Basic Self-Determined Body Type Quiz/Test Participant Diet Score (5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy)
3
Basic Calculated Fellow One Research Body Type Quiz/Test Participant Diet Score (5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy)**
4

I believe my daily diet is questionably healthy overall. I would say my diet is evenly mixed omnivore. I eat 3 meals per day but they are not all nutritionally balanced; I am likely not getting all my nutrients. I eat a fair mix of whole organic and regular food. I never drink alcohol. I drink the equivalent of 6-8, 8 ounce glasses of clean water daily and am hydrated.


Cardio & Resistance (Weight Lifting, Calisthenics (Body Weight), Isometrics/Gravity) Exercise Training

Basic Self-Determined Body Type Quiz/Test Participant Exercise Score (5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy)
3
Basic Calculated Fellow One Research Body Type Quiz/Test Participant Exercise Score (5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy)**
4.17

Body Type Test (Female/Woman) Results 933, Body Type Two (BT2) - Fellow One Research Participant Quiz, The Four Body TypesIn my opinion, my weekly cardio exercise training routine is questionably healthy. I do cardio exercise 2x per week. My training is 45 minutes per day. I like the following types of cardio activities: walking, hiking, biking, sports, and the like.

My belief is that my weekly resistance exercise training routine is questionably healthy. I do resistance training 45 minutes per day; 2x per week. I enjoy the following kinds of resistance exercise training activities: yoga as it stands now.

My daily work/job/career is not strenuous/active at all, I sit around all day.


Lifestyle (Career, Relationships, Travel, Hobbies, Sleep, Stress, etc.)

Basic Self-Determined Body Type Quiz/Test Participant Lifestyle Score (5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy)
3
Basic Calculated Fellow One Body Type Quiz/TestParticipant Lifestyle Score (5 is Very Healthy, 1 is Very Unhealthy)**
4

Body Type Quiz (Female/Women/Woman) Results 933, Fellow One Research - The Four (4) Body Types Test, Body Type Two (BT2)I think my lifestyle overall is questionably healthy. I get 7.5 to 9.0 hours of sleep per day/night on average. My daily/nightly sleep, on average, is of questionable quality as I can toss & turn, awaking refreshed slightly to moderately each morning. I find I am happiest when I partake in the following lifestyle activities: career/job/work, educational opportunities, family relationships, intimate/romantic relationship(s), hobbies, travel, being in nature, and such. Over the past 6 months, my average daily stress levels have been moderate.

No, my doctor(s) has never diagnosed me with a hormone imbalance that negatively affected my weight. I am not currently dealing with a doctor-diagnosed hormone imbalance that negatively affects my weight. No, a licensed medical doctor has never diagnosed me with a specific malformation, underdevelopment, abnormality, or the like.

If my diet, exercise, and lifestyle were all very healthy my body would look 100% identical to a Body Type One (BT1) with all muscles/muscle mass properly developed. My genetics/DNA are the main reason for my body type shape; diet, exercise, and lifestyle play no role at all. Yes, the soul is very real and definitely plays a direct part in human health.

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43 thoughts on “Body Type Test (Quiz) Results 933 – Body Type Two (BT2) Female (Woman), Millennial (Generation Y)

  1. Comment #3937

    Hi Delila:

    Thanks for your Fellow One Research Participant, The Four Body Types’ Free Body Type Quiz/Test Calculator submission.

    Please carefully review the above post.

    Please answer the following:

    Looking at the BT1 Dimples and Classic Arch here https://fellowone.com/fellow-one-research/the-four-body-types/

    A. On a scale of 1-10, 10 being 100% fully developed, how Developed are your Body Type One (BT1) Dimples?
    B. On a scale of 1-10, 10 being 100% fully developed, how Developed is your Body Type One (BT1) Classic Arch?

    All the years of your life, from 0-31, should be clearly represented in your answers. After double-checking the images here https://fellowone.com/fellow-one-research/the-four-body-types/

    C. What years of your life did you look like a Body Type One (BT1), if any?
    D. What years of your life did/have you looked like a Body Type Two (BT2)?
    E. What years of your life did you look like a Body Type Three (BT3), if any?
    F. What years of your life did you look like a Body Type Four (BT4), if any?

    G. On a scale of 1-10, 10 being 100% True, True or False? Every human body is born the same, with the same muscle mass and development, as per every Standard Science/Scientific Human Body Anatomy Book (BT1). Obesity is solely/only about poor diet, laziness/no exercise, and unhealthy lifestyle habits.

    H. On a scale of 1-10, 10 being 100% True, True or False? The spine/vertebrae (posture) & muscle/muscle mass are main, vital components in the scaffolding, structure, & metabolism of the human body as well as it’s balance, health, & appearance, no less, and directly affects body type (one of The Four Body Types).

    I. On a scale of 1-10, 10 being 100% True, True or False? Mainstream science is right, all any human being has to do to lose weight & look like a Standard Scientific Human Anatomy Book Body Type One (BT1) is reduce daily calorie intake & increase daily calorie burn.

    • Comment #3957

      A On a scale of 1-10 which is 100% developed, I would say my number is 5, I think I have a predisposition for a short time (2-3 months) to get close to BT1.

      B I would also say the same number, 5, for the classic arch, and that through exercise and proper nutrition I can reach that stage.

      C As a BT1 I consider myself to have looked 0 to 26 years old. Then I practiced swimming, I went to the gym, I didn’t care so much about my calorie intake
      but I ate meals quite healthy.


      D I started looking Bt2 at the age of 29-30, but I think I started gaining weight gradually before ... probably from the age of 26. I started doing office work, where a lot of people sit and that’s probably one of the reasons why I started gaining weight. I sat more, and did less sports activities, as well as improper diet.


      E and F I never looked like BT3 AND BT4.

      G 5/I would say that not every body gives birth 100% like BT1. It all depends on what the baby eats while in the mother's womb. Some babies rode fatter and some thinner. Some are born with anomalies, so it is difficult to give an accurate answer, but most babies who are born have BT1 and BT2. Obesity most often refers to poor diet, laziness - no exercise and unhealthy lifestyle habits, but not always. Sometimes a person has a genetic predisposition and is prone to weight gain, or has a hormonal disorder, depression, stress ... However, this is again not a reason for a person to bring his body to type BT3 and BT4. With proper nutrition and exercise, I believe that every person can regulate and control their body.


      H 9/The spine / vertebrae (posture) and muscle / muscle mass are certainly one of the main vital components in the scaffolding, structure and metabolism of the human body, as well as in its balance, health and appearance.
      You should take care of the above from an early age and consult a doctor if there are any abnormalities in development.


      I 10/I would agree that there must be a 100% calorie deficit to get a weight loss result. So, lower daily calorie intake and increased daily calorie expenditure through exercise.
      There is another way to lose weight that offers us bare media today, where you can probably lose weight (usually water) but I think this is the best option.

  2. Comment #3938

    1. On a scale of 1-10, 10 being Makes Real Logical And Reasonable Sense, how Logical And Reasonable would you say the Fellow One Research variables and data are, as you understand them now?

    2. As per #1, Why?

    3. What could be done better to help better explain and show the research data to date?

    • Comment #3958


      1. On a scale of 1-10 ads, I would say 10. Everything is really well researched based on my data, and everything is clear and understandable.


      2. All the required data are well formulated and requested by us as to how the desired result was obtained. And the results are really as they are, at least in my case.


      3. I would not add or subtract anything. Very good quiz. I definitely recommend everyone to do it.


  3. Comment #4039

    Comment Type: Diet

    Diet Type: Food Item

    Food Item (Product) Name: Oatmeal

    Ingredients: Oatmeal, Fruit, Almonds, Honey, Cinammon

    Product Manufacturer: Locally Sourced

    Calories: 339 (1 Cup/128 Grams, Dry Oatmeal)

    Type of Food: Organic, Whole Food

    Hi Gnosis!

    Before I decided to join on this journey of losing weight, researching and new insights... for breakfast I would most often eat oatmeal. Sometimes it would be oatmeal with fruits, sometimes with nuts, seeds... and it was always delicious to eat.

    However, I’m not sure how much they helped me to lose pounds. Many say that they are filling, however, I would quickly get hungry and I think that in my case it is not quite so.

    Now I wonder what you think about oatmeal for breakfast?
    Is it an ideal breakfast in the weight loss process since I get hungry quickly and am tempted to eat something extra that I shouldn’t.

    • Comment #4042

      Oatmeal is very healthy. However, it is high in carbohydrates, so it is not the best choice for low-carb diets, in general. The ingredients you add to your oatmeal are also very healthy, but, of course, will add additional carbs and calories.

      Because oatmeal is higher in carbs, all be it good carbs, and lower in complete protein as well as healthy fat, just how filling it is will depend on the additional ingredients chosen, including any added fat and protein. Adding high-quality protein via dairy milk, healthy non-dairy milk substitutes, healthy protein powder, nuts and/or seeds (including whole butters), or the like and/or healthy fat from oils such as extra virgin olive oil or flax oil can help increase valuable calories, and thus energy, making it more filling. However, that may not be the best solution for those in the process of losing weight (unless you increase exercise to burn more calories).

      The human body uses fats, carbohydrates and protein as fuel. How that fuel is burned boils down to how many cells require it, how much effort it requires to convert it to usable energy, and how much can be stored. Typically, the human body burns carbohydrates first before fat or protein, due to the fact that, all things considered, it is easy and efficient.

      When carbohydrates are consumed, the body converts them to glucose and then to glycogen. In glucose form, carbs stay in your bloodstream to fuel your activity and metabolism. If there is any glucose left over, it is stored (in limited supply) in the liver and muscles as glycogen. The body can then use these reserves as needed, particularly if you stop carb intake.

      If too many carbs are consumed, and glycogen stores are full, the human body can convert the excess carbs to fat for use as energy. This process can also be reversed, converting the fat back into carbohydrates, if necessary. However, all that work requires inefficient metabolic effort which is why the body usually burns carbs immediately, because it is much more efficient. As well, the body can store nearly all the fat assimilated (approximately 98 percent) in adipose tissue (fat cells), where it can remain indefinitely, so there is really no need for the body to use fat first.

      When done right, low-carb diets are safe and do work, especially in the short-term. The basic understanding is, although more scientific research is needed, when the body is deprived of carbs, it is forced to breakdown fat (or, in starvation or such, protein) to use as energy. Studies have shown that a significant percentage of fat lost on a low carb diet is sourced from the abdominal/stomach/belly area — ie. dangerous visceral fat relative to the proximate organs, including the liver, which is associated with inflammation and disease.

      Oatmeal is made from plain rolled (quick), steal-cut, ground (Scottish), instant (steamed, flaked groats), or whole (groats) oats and is highly nutritious. It is naturally gluten free, although it can become tainted with gluten when processed. As mentioned, oatmeal is high in good carbs including fiber that is rich in soluble beta-glucan and no added sugar. Its glycemic index registers at roughly 57 with the glycemic load being 11, making it a moderately low glycemic food. 

      With a decent amount of quality protein, oatmeal also has healthy fat, mostly polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats with very little saturated fat. It is rich in the B-vitamins thiamin (B1), pantothenic acid (B5), and folate (B9) along with smaller amounts of pyridoxine (B6), niacin (B3), and vitamin E. Moreover, it contains a solid amount of the minerals manganese, phosphorus, magnesium, copper, iron, and zinc. All in all, oats are among the most nutrient-dense foods you can eat.

      Oats are also loaded with powerful antioxidants including ferulic acid and polyphenols, especially avenanthramides (which are rare). Avenanthramides are linked to lower blood pressure levels. This is achieved by improving the production of nitric oxide, the gas molecule that helps dilate blood vessels and increase blood flow. They are also connected with anti-inflammatory and anti-itching effects. Whole oats also afford antioxidant phenolic compounds and phytoestrogens (plant chemicals) that decrease the damaging effects of chronic inflammation associated with various diseases such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes.

      Furthermore, studies have shown that beta-glucan (soluble fiber) helps slow digestion, increase satiety (fullness), and suppress appetite (which can help with weight loss). Beta-glucan is also known to bind with cholesterol-rich bile acids in the intestine to transport them through the digestive tract, eventually being eliminated by body. It benefits the reduction of LDL (bad) cholesterol levels, helps maintain proper blood sugar levels, improves the insulin response, increases the growth of good bacteria in the digestive tract, eases constipation, and lowers the risk of colon cancer, no less.

      Finally, oats are found in numerous skin products, called “colloidal oatmeal,” which is approved by the FDA (2003). Colloidal oatmeal treats itching and irritation in various skin conditions, including eczema. Current evidence indicates that such skin care benefits are only attained when oats are applied directly to the skin, not when eaten.

    • Comment #4046

      Hi Delila!

      I eat oatmeal every morning and it is great for my body.
      I feel light, have enough energy, excellent digestion and I am full. I think it’s a matter of habit, because I can’t imagine breakfast without the oatmeal I’ve been eating for years. Of course, everything depends on the organism, and what who likes.

      GOOD LUCK!!

  4. Comment #4064

    Comment Type: Exercise

    Exercise Type: Cardio

    Cardio Type: Hiking

    Duration: 2.0 hours

    Time of Day: Mid-Morning

    Intensity: Moderately Intense

    Hi!

    Ever since I was a user of a program that aims to bring body weight and body into balance, to be honest at the very beginning and very quickly, I have started to notice positive changes. Observations refer to the simultaneous improvement of mental and physical processes in the body. - (good sleep, better digestion, more energy on a daily basis).

    Occasionally during the day there are certain critical periods that my body recognizes through the loss of mood and motivation. I decided to replace such periods with physical activity and exercise which proved to be a great move. Physical activity, especially in nature, in my case is the perfect way to achieve balance in the body. I currently practice "hiking" at least once a week.

    I recommend everyone who is in the process of dieting and losing weight to go to nature, in order to overcome crisis periods in the best possible way and achieve the desired result.

  5. Comment #4098

    Comment Type: Lifestyle

    Lifestyle Type: General

    Stress Level: Very Low

    Subject: Update on Weight Loss Journey

    Hello,

    The first 7 days of my journey in the weight loss process went very well. I thought it would be harder considering that I have a new diet - low carb diet, but for now I can say that I am very satisfied. I have the will and motivation because I see that there is progress. I lost 2.2 kg / 4.8 pounds in these 7 days which is great for a start.

    My days passed quickly, I have great support from family and friends and I think that is an important factor as well.
    But still, it is important that I remain persistent in my goal. I am aware that it will not be easy, that there will be periods of crisis, but I am ready to continue even when it is most difficult. The key is in the head.

  6. Comment #4136

    Comment Type: Diet

    Diet Type: Breakfast

    Ingredients: Coffee, Lemon

    Calories: 0 To 1 (1 Cup, 8 Fluid Oz, 237 G)

    Meal Name: Coffee With Lemon

    Lemon coffee has become a trend on all social networks. The method of using it is to mix coffee with lemon in the morning and drink it on an empty stomach. It will supposedly help to lose weight, but also reduce headaches and nourish the skin. So I wonder if that is really the case? Does it help with weight loss? #TheCoffeeandLemonWeightLossChallenge

    • Comment #4142

      To learn more about the benefits of coffee and how it affects weight loss, please read this Ask Gnosis answer.

      As for whether adding lemon to coffee helps with weight loss, #TheCoffeeandLemonWeightLossChallenge -- Although lemon does help slow down how quickly the body absorbs carbohydrates from all the foods in a meal, there is no immediate scientific evidence that adding lemon to coffee will help improve weight loss. You can read more here. Please feel free to reply with any evidence you might have that supports things otherwise.

  7. Comment #4171

    Comment Type: Diet

    Diet Type: Food Item

    Food Item (Product) Name: Broccoli

    Ingredients: Broccoli

    Product Manufacturer: Locally Sourced

    Calories: 31 (Cup/91 Grams)

    Type of Food: Organic, Whole Food

    Hi Gnosis!

    I know many people avoid broccoli because they don’t like to eat it, however I love them very much and they are a common food in my diet.

    I recommend them to everyone, and if you don't really like them, you can always combined broccoli with some sauce, cheese or similar, which will improve the taste, and you will bring a very healthy food into your body. I hope you agree?

    I believe that raw broccoli contains mostly water with some carbohydrates and protein and a small amount of fat. It also has a small number of calories, only 31 per 91 g (cup). That is why I often combine it with meat, which is filling and gives strength and energy. What other health benefits does broccoli offer?


    • Comment #4174

      Yes, broccoli is one of the most famously unpopular health foods. But it is a very healthy nutritional powerhouse. Cooked broccoli is more palatable and easily digestible than raw, especially when topped with cheese, sauce, or the like, and can be used in a variety of ways and meals.

      A member of the cruciferous vegetable (including cabbage, Brussels sprouts, kale, cauliflower, bok choy, collard greens, rutabaga, and turnips) family, the three main broccoli varieties are Calabrese broccoli, sprouting broccoli, and purple cauliflower (despite its name, it is a type of broccoli).

      Loaded with a wealth of diverse nutrients, broccoli contains fiber, protein, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and other beneficial plant compounds. One cup (91 grams) of broccoli is 89% water while offering 6 grams of carbohydrates, of which 2.6 is fiber and 1.5 is sugar (in the form of fructose, glucose, and sucrose with tiny amounts of lactose and maltose). It also affords 2.5 grams of protein and minimal fat at 0.4 grams. Moreover, it is very low in calories at 31 per cup, giving it a low glycemic index of 15, making it great for weight loss and management, no less.

      Rich in vitamins, broccoli includes vitamin A, C, D, E and K along with the B-vitamins thiamin (B1), riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), pyridoxine (B6), folate (B9), and cobalamin (B12). How broccoli is cooked will effect the end amounts, with steaming being the best way to preserve the highest vitamin content. As for minerals, calcium, iron, phosphorus, potassium, manganese, zinc, and selenium are all found in broccoli.

      Aside from vitamins A, C, D, E and the minerals zinc and selenium, broccoli is known for its powerful antioxidants including glucoraphanin which converts to sulforaphane, carotenoids like beta carotene, lutein, and zeaxanthin as well as kaempferol, quercetin, and the plant compound indole-3-carbinol. The health benefits of these antioxidants and compounds are well-known and numerous. From inhibiting and/or neutralizing free radical cell damage and protecting against and/or fighting cancer, to boosting immune system function (fight disease), skin health (vitamin C improves collagen), bone health, and digestion (fiber), maintaining eye health, lowering cholesterol and blood pressure, and reducing the risk of heart disease, inflammation, osteoarthritis, and allergies, no less, broccoli does not disappoint.

      That being said, for certain sensitive people with thyroid problems (as a goitrogen, high amounts of broccoli may harm the thyroid gland) or taking blood thinners (high vitamin K1 may negatively interact with medication), consult your doctor before eating broccoli. The same is true for those with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), as broccoli can cause gas and bowel upset. Finally, for anyone with kidney issues, the phosphorus in broccoli can build up in your blood if your kidneys do not work well.

    • Comment #4205



      HI!

      I agree with you. Broccoli is not exactly my favorite food, but when I combine it with cracklings, green beans, peas and some cheese and some meat, it's not that bad. I recommend trying to put broccoli in the oven on baking paper. It's not soo delicious but it's healthy.

  8. Comment #4190

    Comment Type: Exercise

    Exercise Type: Cardio

    Cardio Type: Biking

    Duration: 6.0 hours

    Time of Day: Early Morning

    Intensity: Moderately Intense

    For the last couple of years, I’ve been using my free time to ride a mountain bike. The bicycle itself is an ideal therapeutic model for many of the troubles that can befall modern man, from obesity to poorer mental health.

    When it comes to mountain biking, it is much better and more useful. The mountain biking that I practice is going to the mountains all day and brings many health benefits. This is especially true for accelerated weight loss and stress relief. Interacting with nature and clean air creates a great feeling of satisfaction and therefore I do not have a feeling of excessive fatigue, which is a significant benefit, because most people easily give up the process of losing weight due to poor resistance to fatigue.

    "Mountain bike" is also a safe recreation from various injuries, it is enough to maintain concentration and focus on riding, and all that follows is satisfaction and a positive state of the whole body and mind.

    On a bicycle, I create a calorie deficit relatively easily and I try to eat only healthy and nutritious things while riding during breaks. (isotonic, protein bars, bananas, chicken).

  9. Comment #4204

    Comment Type: Lifestyle

    Lifestyle Type: General

    Stress Level: Low

    Subject: Update on Weight Loss Journey

    Hi!

    I have to admit I am disappointed with today’s weighing.
    At today’s weighing it is shown that I weigh 70.6 kg or 155.6 pounds. But I must mention that I weighed myself in the evening and that it is normal to be overweight. This morning when I weighed it was under 70kg so this is not exactly an accurate result.
    Anyway I continue with this process, I will be persistent, and next week I will try to cut out carbs even more.

    Below you can see which part of my body is losing the hardest - the upper arm.

  10. Comment #4289

    Comment Type: Diet

    Diet Type: Food Item

    Food Item (Product) Name: Chickpeas (Garbanzo Beans)

    Ingredients: Chickpeas

    Product Manufacturer: Locally Sourced

    Calories: 269 (1 Cup/164 Grams)

    Type of Food: Regular, Whole Food

    Hi Gnosis!

    I wonder what you think about chickpeas.
    I often eat it in the form of hummus and it is great.
    I think although it has a lot of calories it is a very healthy food, especially for digestion. I combine it with other foods and I am also interested in whether this food is good in the weight loss process?

    • Comment #4291

      Also know as garbanzo beans, chickpeas are a very popular food in the Middle East and India. They have gained popularity here in United States and the rest of the world, and are now grown in more than 50 countries globally. Chickpea use dates back as far as 6970 B.C. in France and 3500 B.C. in Turkey.

      A type of legume, chickpeas come in two varieties including Kabuli (more common in the United States — usually round, tan in color, and slightly larger than a pea) and Desi (most common, in general, and usually darker, smaller, and less round). They are in the same family as kidney beans and peanuts.

      Offering a variety of diverse uses in preparation, chickpeas have a nutty flavor along with a buttery, creamy texture. They typically are purchased dried in bulk or canned, and occasionally can be found fresh still in the pod. Hummus is the most well-known chickpea dish, but they are used in falafels, salads, soups, and the like.

      Affording a wealth of nutrients, 1 cup (164 grams) of chickpeas contains 269 calories, 14.5 grams of quality plant-based protein, and 4 grams of fat (mostly polyunsaturated fat with minimal portions of saturated and monounsaturated fat). They have 45 grams of carbohydrates, most of which is fiber (12.5 grams) and starch, with 6 grams of naturally occurring sugar. They have a fairly low glycemic index (GI) at roughly 23.

      Chickpeas contain vitamins C, E, K and the B-vitamins thiamine (B1), pyridoxine (B6), and folate (B9). They are also rich in the minerals manganese, calcium, copper, iron, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, choline, zinc, and selenium (the last two being antioxidants, along with vitamins C and E).

      A solid choice for weight loss and management, chickpeas help you feel full thanks to their protein, fiber, and nutrient content. Other health benefits include lowering bad cholesterol, helping control blood sugar (in part due to a type of slow-digesting starch called amylose) and Type-2 diabetes while boosting heart health. Moreover, they are touted for improving anemia (iron and Vitamin C), assisting with digestion (particularly a soluble fiber called raffinose) including supporting good gut bacteria (flora) which assists with colon function and bowel movements, reducing the risk of heart disease and cancer, strengthening bones (minerals), and bettering mental health (choline).

      That being said, like in all legumes, chickpeas contain saponins which can have their own health benefits but in sensitive people can also cause upset stomach and diarrhea. Beware when buying chickpeas in cans, making sure the can label says no BPA (bisphenol A) - BPA-Free. BPA is linked to male and female infertility, brain development problems in fetuses, babies, and children, behavior issues in kids, breast and prostate cancer, metabolic disorders like polycystic ovary syndrome, and high blood pressure.

    • Comment #4336

      Hi Delila,


      I also like to eat them and they are very filling. I often eat hummus, and I mix them with some sauce, mushrooms, chicken or turkey.
      Thanks for the info from Gnosis. I am glad that they are healthy and help to lose weight, so I will definitely use them in the future. Very useful information.

  11. Comment #4334

    Comment Type: Exercise

    Exercise Type: Resistance

    Resistance Type: Yoga

    Duration: 1.0 hours

    Time of Day: Late-Afternoon

    Name: Marjariasana (Cat Pose)

    Intensity: Slightly Intense

    In my weight loss process, I try to do enough sports in addition to proper nutrition.

    That's why I decided to do yoga once a week. The class I was in lasted 60 minutes, it’s for beginners and it’s a pretty easy pace. Most of the work was based on breathing and some lighter exercises. I really liked that after a hard day at work I managed to get rid of all the negative energy that was accumulating during the day.
    There were also a lot of exercises that are very similar to Pilates.

    I especially liked the exercise called Marjariasana. Yoga philosophy claims that whoever does this asan (exercise) regularly, will be as flexible as a cat in old age.
    I learned from the yoga teacher the benefits of this exercise and that is the pain in the waist and lower back disappears and that part of the body becomes more mobile.

    • Comment #4339

      Yoga can be very helpful in getting to know your vertebrae while stretching and strengthening your spine, posture, and muscles. It is also an excellent precursor to the Restructuring Process Isometric (Gravity) Exercises which will help out with posture, building muscle, and gradually reducing skinny fat including cellulite, thin-fat, crepey skin, loose skin, saggy skin, and normal weight obesity in general.

      Here is an example -
      Restructuring Process Exercise #3 - Isometrics (Gravity) - Standard Gravity (No Weights)

    • Comment #4340

      Hello Delila,
      Yoga is my favorite activity that helps me calm my mind and body. I practice yoga twice a week and sometimes on weekends when I go to nature or the mountains. I also did yoga at sea once. They would get up very early in the morning and practice yoga on the beach. The feeling is great and I definitely recommend everyone to try it.

  12. Comment #4343

    Comment Type: Lifestyle

    Lifestyle Type: General

    Stress Level: Moderate

    Subject: Update on Weight Loss Journey

    This week was not as bad as the previous one. I lost a total of 1 kg. While it may seem small to some, I think it’s a very good step forward because the pounds are being lost gradually. I think it’s a healthier way to lose weight. We will see how the situation will proceed in the continuation of this program.
    I currently weigh 69.6kg or 153.4 pounds.

    No giving up!

    • Comment #4344

      Losing 6.6 pounds in 3 weeks is well within average. Nice job. Weight loss is hard, especially when done right, consistently over time.

      Fat and skinny fat (thin fat, cellulite, crepey skin, loose skin, saggy skin, normal weight obesity) is common, especially in relation to the love handles, arms, buttocks, and thigh areas, no less. It will be interesting to see as you lose more weight and get deeper within your safe BMI weight range what happens with your fat and skinny fat - does it gradually dissipate in favor of muscle, that, according to mainstream scientists and doctors, is already there (because it was just covered by fat and skinny fat)? Or, once you are well within your safe BMI weight range, do you continue to deal with skinny fat in some form?

      Keep up the good work!

      • Comment #4345

        As I lose as much weight as possible, I think fat and skinny fat gradually dissipate in favor of muscle. But of course it depends if I exercise regularly and eat adequately, reduce stress and have good sleep. Even when I am well within my safe BMI weight range, I could have some deal with skinny fat in some form if I don’t exercise regularly. But above all, I think genetics play a big role.



        • Comment #4351

          Keep in mind, according to mainstream science and medical doctors, your body already looks like the Standard Scientific Human Body Anatomy Book Body Type One (BT1), with all muscles/mass fully developed, unless a licensed medical doctor has diagnosed you with a specific malformation, underdevelopment, abnormality, or the like (which you stated in your Quiz that, indeed, no licensed medical doctor has). The only reason your body does not look identical to a BT1 right now is because, according to mainstream scientists and doctors, your daily calorie intake exceeds your daily calorie burn which is causing extra fat weight.

          You actually should not have to do any extra weightlifting or exercise at all, just reduce calorie intake. Exercise will help burn more calories, but, again, according to mainstream science and medical doctors, your body already looks identical to the Standard Scientific Human Body Anatomy Book Body Type One (BT1), with all muscles/mass fully developed, so there is no need to do any weightlifting or the like to add muscles/mass, because it is already there under the fat and skinny fat.

          Once you lose the extra fat weight and are well within your safe BMI, you will look identical to a BT1. If you do not, why? That is what we addressing here.

  13. Comment #4375

    Comment Type: Diet

    Diet Type: Food Item

    Food Item (Product) Name: Almond

    Ingredients: Almond

    Product Manufacturer: Locally Sourced

    Calories: 129 (1 Ounce/23 Almonds)

    Type of Food: Minimally Processed Regular Whole Food

    Hello Gnosis!

    Almonds have a great effect on our health and on the whole organism. It contains a high proportion of fat, but they also have good nutritional value. They are healthy and nutritious.
    Almonds are very good antioxidants, reduce the risk of cancer, are an excellent source of vitamin E, regulate blood sugar levels, help regulate blood pressure, help regulate cholesterol levels and promote weight loss.

    Are almonds good in the weight loss process and how much can we eat daily?

    • Comment #4386

      A nutritional powerhouse, almonds are technically a tree seed and not a true nut. Domesticated as a human food source for at least 5,000 years (archaeological evidence in Jordan), almonds are one of the worlds most popular foods. Native to the Middle East, the United States is now the world’s largest producer.

      Typically purchased unshelled raw, roasted/toasted, salted, unsalted, or sprouted, almonds are highly versatile and can be used in a wide array of meals and ways. They can be sliced, slivered, or flaked while also available as flour, oil, butter, paste (marzipan), and even milk. Whole almonds are crunchy and in general have a pleasant, mild (not to nutty), slightly sweet flavor with a smooth, creamy texture. Moreover, they are great as an on-the-go snack.

      The number of calories in almonds is an ongoing debate, with ranges from 129 to 180 calories per 1 ounce serving. A recent study placed the total calories at 129 for 1 ounce or 23 seeds (nuts). They are loaded with high-quality plant protein (6 grams per ounce) as well as 14 grams of heart-healthy fat, including 9 grams of monounsaturated and 1 gram of saturated fat. They are cholesterol free. As well, they are low in carbohydrates with 6 grams, 3.5 grams of which is fiber and 1 gram that is natural sugar, thus making them a solid choice for low carb diets.

      With a wealth of nutrients, almonds contain vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. They are loaded with vitamin E (tocopherol), vitamin K, and the B-vitamins riboflavin (B2) and folate (B9) along with calcium, selenium, zinc, iron, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, manganese, choline, and copper. Largely concentrated in the brown layer of the skin, the antioxidant phytochemicals (tocopherol, polyphenolic constituents like flavonoids, zinc, selenium, etc.) in almonds protect cells against oxidative stress molecular damage attributed to inflammation (anti-inflammatory), aging, chronic diseases like cancer, and protect against smoking-related cellular decline.

      Almonds are an excellent choice, in moderation, for those losing weight and for weight management and maintenance overall due to their high nutritional content including fiber. They help you feel full and satisfied, keeping hunger in check therefore reducing cravings that can lead to overeating. A recent 3-month calorie-restricted diet study involving almonds showed that participants lost more body fat, specifically midsection fat, than those who did not include almonds in their diet.

      Further health benefits attributed to almonds include helping control blood sugar levels, thus assisting with diabetes, especially Type 2 diabetes. They also help reduce blood pressure and lower bad (LDL) cholesterol while decreasing the risk of cardiovascular/heart disease. Furthermore, almonds are good for strengthening and maintaining bone health (calcium, magnesium, manganese, copper, vitamin K, protein, and zinc), supporting gut health (good bacteria microbiome/flora), mitigating depression (selenium), and improving male hormone regulation and sex drive. Finally, thanks to their magnesium and protein, no less, eating almonds before bed can improve sleep by relieving tension and aggression, encouraging your body to rest and relax, fall asleep, and remain sleeping.

      It is important to note that almonds do contain tiny amounts of cyanide, a poison. Although usual amounts are not enough to actually poison the average person, bitter almonds may be unsafe to consume. They contain hydrocyanic acid as well, and although very uncommon, over-consumption can lead to breathing problems, a nervous breakdown, choking, and possibly even death (very unlikely).

    • Comment #4413

      Hello Delila,

      I really like almonds because they are above all healthy but also filling. I often eat them in the morning with oatmeal, but sometimes in the evening as a snack. I like to eat them with a glass of thick yogurt, not bad .. try it.

      Good luck

  14. Comment #4420

    Comment Type: Lifestyle

    Lifestyle Type: Sleep

    Stress Level: Low

    Sleep Duration: 8.0

    Sleep Quality: Quality

    Dream: I Remember My Dreams, They Were Mostly Neutral.

    Sleep/Wake Schedule: Not Too Early/Not Too Late

    When it comes to sleeping, I have a pretty good sleep.
    I usually sleep around 8 am, but on weekends sometimes longer. It is very important to have a good bed and pillow.
    However, I have noticed when I do some stronger training in the evening then I have trouble sleeping. I can’t fall asleep from too much fatigue, so I avoid doing late workouts. I also have trouble sleeping when I am under a lot of stress. Then I think a lot, I'm tense and I have a hard time falling asleep. These are the only reasons I don’t sleep well.I think sleep is very important

    • Comment #4421

      Sleep is vital to overall health and in assisting with successful weight loss. We have had other reports of evening training sessions negatively affecting people's sleep. For most people, eating and exercising no later than 8:00 pm -- but early is usually better, especially if you go to bed early -- is advised to increase the likelihood of good, restful sleep, including consuming natural melatonin enhancing foods like cherries, almonds, milk, or the like.