What is a certified FDN Practitioner? 

Are you looking to rebuild your health from the inside out to improve and transform the WHOLE you?

Do you want to improve your fat loss, athletic performance and longevity process?

LIFE IS NOT A RACE…IT IS A JOURNEY.

Learn from my mistakes and experience- don’t let yourself get stuck in the cycle of “Trial and Error”.  Instead start working on hiring a “health detective” to investigate your external and hidden internal stressors with the FDNP process.

What is the Metabolic Typing Diet? 

What foods should you eat… we are all unique individuals with different gut biome, stressors, ancestry DNA and food sensitivities.  Our goal is to eat REAL food, organic, non-GMO, in-season and ideally local- plus the right ratio and types of macro-nutrients (Carbs, fats and proteins) that balance your blood sugar – and avoid insulin (fat storage hormone) surges. 

Selection food for CARNIVORE DIET. Seafood, Meat, megs and fat. Zero carbs diet concept.

Which foods make you feel great, provide energy and easy to digest?  Which foods leave you sleepy, bloated, foggy brain and anxious?

“Different people require different nutritional solutions. Everyone needs a nutritional solution that is tailored to his or her own biochemical individuality.”

Head to www.mtdiet.com to learn more about the MT Diet and the FDN Process.

Read all about “the book,” The Metabolic Typing Diet ,
by William L. Wolcott and Trish Fahey, published by Doubleday, January, 2000.

Widely recognized as the definitive, authoritative work on Metabolic Typing®, this book marks the first time in the last 75 years that information on this clinical science has been released to the public. Available online at Amazon.com

Learn more on www.debbiepotts.net/blog 

Now That You Have Been Introduced to Metabolic Typing®, What Type Are You?

The modern science of metabolic typing® utilizes various methods for identifying peoples’ biochemical individuality and determining their dietary needs.

A primary method is the interpretation of “body language,” or the evaluation of any number of the hundreds of different traits and characteristics that make one person distinct from another in terms of:

  • physical appearance
  • anatomical or structural traits
  • psychological characteristics
  • personality and behavioral traits
  • food reactions and dietary preferences

Believe it or not, all your highly individualized characteristics have biochemical correlates.

In other words, they are a direct result of the unique way in which your regulatory (or homeostatic) control systems are designed.

We all have genetically inherited strengths or weaknesses (or imbalances) in our:

  • autonomic nervous system
  • carbo-oxidative system
  • lipo-oxidative system
  • endocrine system

These are the key homeostatic systems that determine your metabolic type. For example, your autonomic nervous system manages all the involuntary activity in your body — your heartbeat, your breathing, your digestion, reproductive functions, immune activity, etc.

The carbo-oxidative and lipo-oxidative systems control the way in which your cells convert nutrients into energy, and your endocrine system exerts all kinds of influences on your metabolism through the secretion of hormones, the chemical messengers that manage the activity of tissues and cells.

There are countless readily observable clues that help reveal how these systems function for you.

For example, if you’re tall and have good concentration but weak digestion, these are traits that suggest something about the way your autonomic nervous system (ANS) is designed, i.e., that your body may be more influenced by the sympathetic branch of the ANS, relative to the parasympathetic branch.

Or if you have a poor appetite and have low energy but function well on sugar or starches, you might be a slow oxidizer rather than a fast oxidizer.

The endless possible variations in your traits indicate the nature of the “imbalances” within your regulatory systems and, in turn, define your metabolic individuality. These traits or clues tell us a great deal about the efficiency with which all your organs and glands function, the kinds of health disorders you’re subject to, and the effect that different foods and nutrients have on your health.

Remember though, “body language” is never absolutely clear cut. In other words, there are no “pure types” — people who have traits that reflect only specific imbalances, such as sympathetic dominance versus parasympathetic dominance or fast oxidation versus slow oxidation, and so on. You’re more complex than that — like an extraordinarily complex mosaic comprised of countless facets arranged in a highly unique configuration.

So what we need to do is look for patterns among your traits and characteristics that can tell us something about your dominant tendencies.

Think of it this way: If you’re lost in the wilderness at night and want to find your way home, you have a good chance of doing so if it’s a cloudless night and you have some understanding of astronomy. If you can locate the Big Dipper, you can find the North Star and identify the four directions. Using that as your reference point, you can determine the proper direction to find your way home.

Metabolic types are like constellations. They’re patterns that organize the infinite minutiae of your physiological and biochemical makeup, enabling you to know what nutritional path to follow in order to balance your body chemistry… and in turn optimize your health and fitness.

One man’s food is another man’s poison.Bill Wolcott

Author, The Metabolic Typing® Diet

Metabolic Typing Diet Book

Get your copy of the Metabolic Typing® Diet book today!

Ready to Find Out?

Now you can learn the right (and wrong) foods to build health, prevent disease and improve the way you feel–physically and emotionally. Find out your own Metabolic Type® for only $139 and receive a customized MT Diet and an amazing 4 part video series describing how to individualize your specific diet. Click on the BUY NOW button below and receive your:

  • Metabolic Typing® Diet Report
  • Metabolic Typing® Diet User Guide
  • Diet Check Record Sheets
  • Meal Planner and Supplement Guide
  • Educational Videos

Learn more in a complimentary consultation with Coach Debbie Potts!

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