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Are You A Protein Type?

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I have a theory that a lot of people, especially those with persistent moderate to severe acne, are protein types.

A protein type under the metabolic type system is someone who has a type of in-born metabolism that thrives on fat and protein, but does not process carbohydrates well. This leads to all sorts of health problems, one of which could be acne.

So...are you a protein type?

Try these free tests here:

http://www.evolutionfitnessandnutrition.co...ional_test.html

http://products.mercola.com/nutritional-typing/

http://www.naturalhealthyellowpages.com/me.../self_test.html

Let us know what your results are and what type of acne you have (mild, moderate, severe).

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I definitely do much better on fats / protein. Question though, I know you used to consume heavy drink, do you still & if so how much / how often?

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I definitely do much better on fats / protein. Question though, I know you used to consume heavy drink, do you still & if so how much / how often?

Heavy drink?

What do you mean? lol

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I definitely do much better on fats / protein. Question though, I know you used to consume heavy drink, do you still & if so how much / how often?

Heavy drink?

What do you mean? lol

haha, terrible typo

i meant heavy cream

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I definitely do much better on fats / protein. Question though, I know you used to consume heavy drink, do you still & if so how much / how often?

Heavy drink?

What do you mean? lol

haha, terrible typo

i meant heavy cream

Nope I don't do the cream anymore...I mostly did that when I was switching over to a high fat diet and now I seem to have corrected my fat imbalance so I don't crave it anymore.

I still drink whole milk pretty regularly, and have some whole milk cheese.

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I finished taking the quiz and to my surprise I'm a protein type. Maybe you're getting on to something here. Why do you suppose most acne sufferers are protein types?

Anyway, my acne severity is moderately severe as typed by my derm, but right now it's mild due to applying Retin -a and BP on a daily basis. I used to be 100% clear a few months ago, and now I'm 80% clear. I really don't know what happened.

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I have a theory that a lot of people, especially those with persistent moderate to severe acne, are protein types.

A protein type under the metabolic type system is someone who has a type of in-born metabolism that thrives on fat and protein, but does not process carbohydrates well. This leads to all sorts of health problems, one of which could be acne.

So...are you a protein type?

Try these free tests here:

http://www.evolutionfitnessandnutrition.co...ional_test.html

http://products.mercola.com/nutritional-typing/

http://www.naturalhealthyellowpages.com/me.../self_test.html

Let us know what your results are and what type of acne you have (mild, moderate, severe).

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Also, just something to consider, at least in the USA, pretty much anything with a grain in it is genetically modified. I saw they're trying to genetically modify fish now as well. So there's a lot of things to consider when it comes to the food we consume. We'd all probably have a lot less acne if we grew our own plants and had our own animals lol. Also, a friend of mine suggested our blood types also determine the types of food our bodies most prefer http://www.webmd.com/diet/eat-right-for-your-type

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I don't know whether I am protein type or not but I take more protein foods in my diet because I know protein foods are best for maintaining the body weight and building the muscles.

I take more natural protein foods in my daily diet in shape of dairy producats, eggs, meat, chicken, green vegetables, and green beans.

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