The Hunter-Farmer Diet Solution
Friday, August 31
12 p.m. (PT)/2 p.m. (Central)/3 p.m. (ET)
A Live & Online Broadcast
For Beyond 50's "Natural Healing" talks, listen to an interview with Dr. Mark Laponis. He'll suggest that you determine your dietary type. Do you have the metabolism of a Hunter or Farmer? Hunters are naturally more resistant to the effects of food shortages, as they're better able to maintain a steady blood-sugar level, or to use belly fat for immediate energy. Farmers are more sensitive to food shortages, as they become hypoglycemic (low blood sugar) when they've gone just a few hours without food. The most significant difference between Hunters and Farmers is that they have varying sensitivity to the hormone insulin.
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Know Your Diet Type
Beyond 50 encourages you to find out about your body's constitution. One of the ways is to learn from Dr. Mark Lipon, author of the "The Hunter/Farmer Diet Solution." Do you have the metabolism of a Hunter or a Farmer?
The main differences between the Hunter and Farmer diets are the balance of carbohydrate, fat and protein.
Hunter Diet Type:
High in Fat; Low in Carbohydrates; and High in ProteinBest Foods: fish, poultry, lean meats, eggs, non-starchy vegetables, berries, nuts, fruits, beans and legumes, soy and dairy foods.
Common Health Problems: Cardiovascular Diseases, such as heart disease, stroke, and diabetes.
Other Traits: Weight gain in the belly and/or chest; thighs are relatively thin; don't get hungry often, birth weight was less than seven pounds; and crave sweets.
Farmer Diet Type:
Low in Fat; High in Carbohydrates; and Low in ProteinBest Foods: whole grains, vegetables, bread, pasta, potatoes, cereeals, eggs, beans and legumes, berries, fruit, seafood (especially fish) and skinless poultry.
Common Health Problem: Prone to getting Cancer.
Other Traits: Weight gain in the hips, thighs, buttocks; thighs are thick; substantional amount of cellulite; hungry often; birth weight was seven pounds or more; and often experience hypoglycemia.
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