FAQ – Body Type Science

Body Type Science FAQ

The Four Body Types, Body Type Science FAQ

 

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

 

Body Type Science is based on genetics, particularly vertebrae and muscles/muscle mass development (or lack thereof). It is a scientific/genetic fact that any part of the human body can be underdeveloped, to whatever degree, including vertebrae and muscles/mass. Just as it is a genetic fact that each vertebra houses a specific set of muscles, and muscle(s) directly affect posture.

The Four Body Types

Body Type One (BT1)  –  All 33 Vertebrae Fully Developed, relative to the 24 Moveable & Two Fixed Bones (0 Vertebrae Underdeveloped relative to muscles/muscle mass and posture)

Body Type Two (BT2) – Between 32 and 22 Vertebrae Fully Developed, relative to the 24 Moveable & Two Fixed Bones (1-8 Vertebrae Underdeveloped relative to muscles/muscle mass and posture)

Body Type Three (BT3) – Between 21 and 11 Vertebrae Fully Developed, relative to the 24 Moveable & Two Fixed Bones (9-17 Vertebrae Underdeveloped relative to muscles/muscle mass and posture) 

Body Type Four (BT4) – Between 10 to 0 Vertebrae Fully Developed, relative to the 24 Moveable & Two Fixed Bones (18-26 Vertebrae Underdeveloped relative to muscles/muscle mass and posture)

The Four Body Types - Body Type One (BT1), Body Type Two (BT2), Body Type Three (BT3), Body Type Four (BT4)
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 lumbar 1, Body Type Three (BT3) around no less than thoracic 5-12, and Body Type Four (BT4) pretty much everywhere.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

 

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

 

Standard #1: The Standard Scientific Human Body Anatomy Book Body Type One (BT1) 

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Standard #2: Body Mass Index (BMI) 

Standard #3: Basal Metabolic Rate (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 Doctors Body Type Standards Inaccurate?

 

Standard #1: The Standard Scientific Human Body Anatomy Book 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.

Standard #2: Body Mass Index (BMI) is not accurate because, genetically, skinny fat (cellulite, thin fat, loose skin, saggy skin, crepey skin, normal weight obesity) is real and exists in place of where there should be muscles/mass. As well, it is possible to have excess muscle mass 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 fat/too much fat on your body, you are not overweight or obese.

Standard #3: Basal Metabolic Rate (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. Science recognizes that one pound of muscle burns 6 calories daily, but one pound of fat/skinny fat only burns two to three calories per day, which directly affects metabolism, especially BMR. The more skinny fat you have on your body, the more negatively your metabolism is affected (fat/skinny fat burns fewer calories than muscle), the less accurate your BMR calculations are, and thus the fewer calories your body actually needs daily.

 

FAQ #4 – What is Skinny Fat? 

 

Only recognized by science in the last decade or so, skinny fat is normal weight obesity, cellulite, thin fat, loose skin, saggy skin, and/or crepey skin, all of which are types of body fat directly related to the skin that affect how the body looks externally as well as how the body functions internally, including metabolism.

 

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, 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 and obese.

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

 

FAQ #7 – Why Are All Other Body Types Unscientific (Somatotypes/Three Body Types/Endomorph/Ectomorph/Mesomorph, Kibbe Body Types, Triangle Body Types, Hormones Body Types, 10 Body Types, etc.)?

 

Because they are based on zero (0) science and are nothing but arbitrary, subjective shapes.

 

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

 

Use the Scientific Body Type Quiz/Test for Women and Men to determine/identify if you are a 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 (Advanced and Basic) 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 body type.


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

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