5th Body Type and What This has to Do with Lose or Not Losing Weight.
The 5th body type what is the 5th body type? Well you have the adrenal which is high levels of cortisol that's a stress hormone you give, the thyroid body type which is low levels of the thyroid hormone t4 or t3 that gives an overall weight gain in the entire body. the Adrenal type is more of a stacking belly, then we have the ovary type that's like a pear shape it's everywhere around the hips the thighs the lower but that is high levels of estrogen, then we have the liver type which is more of a protruding basketball belly that is liver damage and then you're going to have low growth hormone and what's the fifth!
The pancreas type
high insulin it's insulin resistance now this is what's confusing a lot of people are a mixed body type and they have various symptoms, but there's a much easier way to figure out your primary body type, but more than that the primary cause of your body type, the trigger for example the body shape for the adrenal can look identical to the pancreas body shape but, because from two different things this is stress triggered let's say you had surgery ,you had trauma, you had an accident, you had a divorce, you had years of being in a very stressful situation and then you got fat because of high cortisol that could be the trigger for your adrenal body type.
Or let's say you ate a lot of sugar or refined carbs and ate a lot of frequent meals that could also give the same adrenal body type appearance sagging belly weight in the midsection so, just by looking at the outside of the body you can't really tell what's causing the problem it could it be:
Stress related, it could be food related
How to take your measurements
Maybe you immediately recognized your body type in this list of categories, maybe you didn’t.
If you want a little help, you can always take your measurements and use those figures to help guide you.
Your measurements can also be helpful for general clothes shopping, regardless of the “type” they might fall into.
Here’s how to accurately take your measurements:
You’re going to need some help for this one. Have a friend or someone else you trust measure across your back from the edge of one shoulder to the other.
Place one end of the tape measure on the fullest part of your bust, then wrap it around yourself. Make sure to go under your armpits and around your shoulder blades.
Circle your natural waistline — the area above your belly button but below your rib cage — with the measuring tape like it’s a belt.
If you want an easy way to make sure you’re measuring the right spot, bend slightly to the side. You’ll likely see a small crease form — that’s your natural waistline.
Hold one end of the measuring tape on the front of one of your hips, then wrap the measuring tape around yourself. Make sure you go over the largest part of your buttocks.