FAQ – Body Type Science Theory

Body Type Science Theory FAQ - Standard Body Type One (BT1)

The Four Body Types, Body Type Science FAQ Theory



FAQ #1 – What is Body Type Science (The Four Body Types)?

 

Body Type Science theory is based on genetics, particularly vertebrae and muscles/muscle mass development (or lack thereof) relative to skinny fat (cellulite, thin fat, loose skin, saggy skin, crepey skin, normal weight obesity) and regular fat (white fat, yellow fat, excess fat, being overweight or obese). It is a scientific/genetic fact that any part of the human body can be underdeveloped, to whatever degree, including vertebrae and muscle/mass. Just as it is a genetic fact that each vertebra houses a specific set of muscles, and muscle(s) directly affect posture, metabolism, and athleticism, no less. Genetics determine your body shape and composition, and are influenced by diet, exercise, and lifestyle.

NOTE: The recently identified anaplastic lymphoma kinase gene (AKA the ALK or “skinny” gene) is a genetic variant that offers those who have it resistance to weight gain, no matter what kind of diet a person eats. In other words, the ALK gene helps skinny people stay thin. So, it is true, some people (likely Standard Body Type One/BT1 people) can eat whatever they want and not gain weight, thanks to their genetics.

The Four Body Types (Genetic Scientific Body Type)

Human Vertebrae (26): 7 Cervical, 12 Thoracic, 5 Lumbar, 1 Sacrum, 1 Coccyx

Standard Body Type One (BT1)  –  0 Vertebrae Underdeveloped Relative to Muscles/Muscle Mass Development (or Lack Thereof) and Skinny Fat (All 26 Vertebrae Developed)

Body Type Two (BT2) 1-8 Vertebrae Underdeveloped Relative to Muscles/Muscle Mass Development (or Lack Thereof) and Skinny Fat (Between 25 and 18 Vertebrae Developed)

Body Type Three (BT3) – 9-17 Vertebrae Underdeveloped Relative to Muscles/Muscle Mass Development (or Lack Thereof) and Skinny Fat (Between 17 and 09 Vertebrae Developed)

Body Type Four (BT4) 18-26 Vertebrae Underdeveloped Relative to Muscles/Muscle Mass Development (or Lack Thereof) and Skinny Fat (Between 08 to 0 Vertebrae Developed)

 

Comparing The Four Body Types, Genetic Scientific Body Type Quizzes, BT1, BT2, BT3, & BT4

Genetic Scientific Standard Body Type One (BT1)
The Genetic Scientific Human Body Anatomy Book Standard Body Type One (BT1)

The Four Body Types, Body Type Science FAQ

 

 

Body Type Science - FAQ - The Four Body Types, Fellow One Research
Note how the Body Type One (BT1) looks identical to the Standard Scientific Human Body Anatomy Book Body Type One (BT1) (see below) with all muscles and muscle mass fully developed, yet the obvious lack of muscles/muscle mass on the Body Type Two (BT2) around no less than thoracic 12/lumbar 1, Body Type Three (BT3) around no less than thoracic 5-12, and Body Type Four (BT4) pretty much everywhere.

 

 

 

 

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FAQ #2 – What are Current Mainstream Science and Medical Doctors Body Type Standards?

 

When you go to have your regular doctor checkup, these are the recognized three medical/scientific body type standards by which you are being held to determine whether or not you are healthy & “normal”.

 

Standard #1: The Standard Scientific Human Body Anatomy Book Body Type One (BT1), AKA the genetic scientific Standard Body Type One (BT1) – unless you have been diagnosed with a specific abnormality, deformation, or underdevelopment by your doctor (and even then, you are still a Standard Body Type One/BT1 only with a specific diagnosis), according to mainstream scientists and medical doctors, once you are within your safe Standard BMI you are a Standard BT1, and the only reason you do not look like a Body Type One (BT1) is because you are consistently eating too many calories above your daily Standard BMR which is causing you to be outside your safe Standard BMI in the overweight or obese (too much fat on the body) columns. Yet, there are countless people in the world who are within safe BMI who deal with some form(s) of skinny fat (including normal weight obesity, defined as having too much fat on your body even when within safe BMI) and do not look like the BT1. 

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Standard #2: Body Mass Index (BMI), Standard BMI (Height & Weight)

Body Type Science FAQ - Body Mass Index (BMI)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Standard #3: Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR), Standard BMR – the bare minimum number of calories your body requires for basic survival functioning each day.

 

FAQ #3 – Why are Current Mainstream Science and Medical Doctor’s Body Type Standards Inaccurate?

 

Standard #1: The Standard Scientific Human Body Anatomy Book Body Type One (BT1), genetic scientific Standard Body Type One (BT1) is not accurate because, genetically, it is a fact that any part of the human body can be underdeveloped or undeveloped, to whatever degree. Skinny fat is real and exists in place of where there should be muscles/mass. The Standard BT1 fails to account for skinny fat and excess genetic default muscle/mass, no less.

Standard #2: Body Mass Index (BMI), Standard BMI is not accurate because, genetically, skinny fat is real and exists in place of where there should be muscles/mass. The Standard BMI does not account for skinny fat. As well, it is possible to have excess muscle mass (either excess genetic default muscle/mass and/or excess added muscle/mass via resistance training like weightlifting, calisthenics, or isometrics) on your body which would put you into the overweight or obese column of your BMI weight range, but because you do not have excess regular fat/too much regular fat on your body, you are not overweight or obese.

Standard #3: Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR), Standard BMR is not accurate because, metabolically, the scientifically calculated standard Mifflin St Jeor equation and Harris-Benedict equation for activity do not take into account skinny fat, no less. Science recognizes that one pound of muscle burns 6 calories daily, but one pound of regular fat and/or skinny fat only burns two to three calories per day, which directly affects metabolism, notably Standard BMR. The more skinny fat you have on your body, the more prone you are to putting on regular fat, and the more negatively your metabolism is affected (regular fat and skinny fat burn fewer calories than muscle), the less accurate your BMR calculations are, and thus the fewer calories your body actually needs daily.

Body Type Science is working to strengthen these three Standards to make them more accurate.

 

FAQ #4 – What is Skinny Fat? Can Muscle/Mass Be Transformed/Turned Into Fat? Can Fat Be Transformed/Turned Into Muscle/Mass?

 

There are four kinds of fat found on the human body: regular fat (white fat/yellow fat/excess fat), skinny fat, brown fat, and beige fat. Subcutaneous fat is typically regular fat along with skinny fat as well as brown fat and beige fat. Visceral fat (belly fat) is regular fat.

Only recognized by science in the last decade or so, skinny fat is defined as having too much fat on your body even when within safe Standard BMI (18.5 to 24.99) — AKA normal weight obesity (NWO). According to the Standard BMI definition, once you are within safe Standard BMI you no longer have any excess regular fat (white fat/yellow fat) on your body. Being NWO/skinny fat directly contradicts the Standard BMI definition and is technically impossible.

So, how is it possible to be within Safe Standard BMI and still have too much fat on your body?

 

It is possible because the excess fat you are experiencing is not excess regular fat, it is one or more of the other 5 types of skinny fat which include cellulite, thin fat, loose skin, saggy skin, and crepey skin.

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It is not possible to turn muscle into fat, any more than it is to turn fat into muscle. Fat cells and muscle cells are different structures and are not interchangeable. Muscle does not “turn into fat.” Period. There is no process in the human body by which muscle – which is made up of mainly protein, amino acids, and water – transforms itself into any kind of fat (adipose tissue), be it regular fat, skinny fat, brown fat, or beige fat (any of the four kinds of human body fat). The human body, no matter how amazing it can be at times, cannot magically turn one tissue into another.

No amount of dieting, no amount of lifestyle changes, no amount of exercise (resistance or cardio)/effort in the gym will fix/get rid of or change/turn/transform/translate skinny fat into muscle/mass. The best you can do is reduce it and manage it through lifestyle, exercise, and diet. Accept your genetic scientific body type for what it is, as presently there is no way to change your genetics.

 

FAQ #5 – Why are Science-Based Diet, Exercise, Lifestyle, Metabolism, & Genetics Important? 

 

Because current scientific evidence and facts matter when it comes to human health. 

 

FAQ #6 – How Does the Obesity Epidemic Relate to Body Type Science?

 

Body Type directly correlates to vertebrae, muscles/muscle mass, regular fat, and skinny fat, including normal weight obesity. Because one pound of muscle burns six calories daily, but one pound of fat/skinny fat only burns two to three calories, people who have skinny fat on their body and are following their calculated Standard BMR/RMR calories are eating too many calories daily. For many people, eating excess calories leads to being overweight and obese.

Further, having skinny fat where there is undeveloped muscles/muscle mass directly affects posture (spinal extension), which directly and negatively affects the structure and functioning (including exercise, metabolism, and athleticism) of the human body. Skinny fat increases the probability of having excess regular fat on the body. Obesity is defined as having too much regular fat on the body.

Normal weight obesity is defined as being within your safe BMI weight range but still having too much fat (skinny fat) — although, by definition, you are technically/medically no longer overweight or fat/obese once within your safe BMI — so it is really a type(s) of skinny fat on the body, once you are within safe BMI.

 

FAQ #7 – Why Are All Other Body Types Unscientific (Somatotypes/Three Body Types/Endomorph/Ectomorph/Mesomorph, Kibbe Body Types, Triangle Body Types, Rectangle Body Type, Hormone Body Types, 25 Body Types, 10 Body Types, Apple Body Type, Pear Body Type, etc.)?

 

None of those body types have a scientific definition, they are not based on real science. The somatotypes were fully discredited in the 1950s (70 years ago!).

If hormone body types were real, then why are there countless people in the world who have never been diagnosed with any imbalance of hormones by their licensed medical doctor, yet they are not the Standard Body Type One (BT1) once within safe Standard BMI? Why are there Standard Body Type One (BT1) people who have been diagnosed with a hormone imbalance yet have never looked like the four supposed hormone body types, the Adrenal, Thyroid, Liver, or Ovary (IE, real genetic scientific Body Type Two (BT2), Body Type Three (BT3), or Body Type Four (BT4)?

All those body types are completely void of scientific definition and are nothing but unscientific, arbitrary, subjective, nonsense shapes.

 

FAQ #8 – How Does Fellow One Research’s The Four Body Types’ Body Type Science Determine/Identify Body Types?

 

Use the genetic Scientific Body Type Quiz/Test for Women and Men to determine/identify if you are a Standard Body Type One (BT1), Body Type Two (BT2), Body Type Three (BT3), or Body Type Four (BT4). The Scientific Body Type Quiz can be used symbiotically with the Scientific Weight Loss Program Diary to scientifically track your diet, exercise, and lifestyle data while having access to the Expert Science-Based Diet, Exercise, Lifestyle “Ask Gnosis” Support Team. Finally, browsing the Celebrity Body Types will help you better understand how to identify and determine your own genetic scientific body type.


The Four Body Types - Comparing BT1, BT2, BT3, and BT4

8 thoughts on “FAQ – Body Type Science Theory

  1. Comment #6229

    I'm so much familiar with this body types cos I suffered obesity after giving birth, I had to do a lot of exercise but was not consistent so did not loose .
    I had to skip lunch and sometimes super and that's how I lost weight

    • Comment #6231

      On one hand, congratulations on losing weight. On the other hand, starving yourself by missing multiple meals is not a long-term successful weight loss strategy or healthy. Intermittent fasting is safe when done correctly -- the idea is to not eat anything for a consistent 12-14 hour period of time, like from 8:00 pm to 8:00 to 10:00 am. You can consume water (which is recommended to help flush the body). A low-carb diet with a bullseye of 37 carbs is what the current science shows is successful for many people. Steady-state, medium-intensity cardio like walking or hiking for 30-45 minutes, 5-7 days per week will help increase your metabolism/metabolic rate -- even fewer days will provide benefits by burning calories. Weight lifting can help increase muscle/mass which will further positively affect your metabolism.

      Taking the Scientific Body Type Quiz can help you understand your scientific body type relative to genetics, muscles/mass, skinny fat (cellulite, thin fat, loose skin, saggy skin, crepey skin, normal weight obesity), fat, diet, exercise, metabolism/BMR, BMI, and lifestyle, no less, so you can make better weight management choices to improve your health in the short and long-term.

  2. Comment #6392

    So our body Type directly correlates to vertebrae, muscles/muscle mass, fat, and skinny fat, including normal weight obesity. Because one pound of muscle burns 6 calories daily, but one pound of fat/skinny fat only burns two to three calories, people who have skinny fat on their body and are following their calculated Standard BMR/RMR calories are eating too many calories daily. Eating excess calories leads to being overweight using too much oil and food with so many fats.

    Now I Knew my body type on taking scientific body type quiz learn me more about our different shape of back bones and with the muscles and how it happened to have this kind of body type and those reason and now I can avoid eating more calories.

    • Comment #6410

      Scientific body type is genetic and is determined by overall body development, specifically relative to vertebrae and muscle/mass in relation to skinny fat (cellulite, thin fat, loose skin, saggy skin, crepey skin, normal weight obesity). Because skinny fat and fat burn fewer calories than muscle, the more skinny fat and/or fat you have on your body, the slower your metabolism. It is 100% possible to get rid of fat/regular fat, it is 0% possible to get rid of skinny fat at this time.

      Quality and type of food matter. A calorie is not a calorie, as some calories have more value than other calories. Eating a healthy, balanced diet along with proper exercise and lifestyle relative to your specific genetic scientific body type is the key, and takes time and diligence to figure out.

  3. Comment #6495

    It is an incredibly helpful resource that delves into the connection between genetics, DNA, and body types, providing valuable insights into how your unique genetic makeup influences your physical traits and tendencies. By understanding your body type, you can tailor your approach to fitness, nutrition, and overall well-being in a way that maximizes your strengths and addresses any challenges specific to your genetic profile, leading to more effective and personalized results.