Trinity Diet Body Types

To determine your body type, please review the chart below. Which ever body type you have the most in common with, is your body type. Pretty simple!

Body Type

"T-1"

Body Size: Large


Body Weight: Overweight


Appetite: Slow, Consistent


Digestion: Prolonged, Mucus


Bowel Movements: Thick, Slow


Sleep Pattern: Deep, Extended


Belly: Larger, Pot Belly


Teeth: Healthy, White, Strong Gums


Skin: Oily, Thick, Pale


Thirst Level: Moderate


Emotional State: Calm, Attached, Strong Self Interests


Focus: Cloudy, Slow Paced

Meal Plan

Body Type

"T-2"

Body Size: Medium


Body Weight: Medium


Appetite: Strong, Sporadic Spikes


Digestion: Quick, Indigestion


Bowel Movements: Loose


Sleep Pattern: Not much, Sound


Belly: Medium to Moderate


Teeth: Soft, Sensitive Gums


Skin: Oily, Smooth


Thirst Level: Very


Emotional State: Fast to anger, Can be possessive


Focus: Moderate

Meal Plan

Body Type

"T-3"

Body Size: Slim


Body Weight: Underweight


Appetite: Irregular, Consume less more often


Digestion: Irregular, Gas


Bowel Movements: Constipation


Sleep Pattern: Insomnia, Sporadic


Belly: Thin, Flat


Teeth: Larger, Thin Gums


Skin: Thin, Dry


Thirst Level: Sporadic


Emotional State: Anxiety, Fear, Uncertainty


Focus: Strong, Sporadic

Meal Plan

Foods by Body Type


These are the foods that work the best with your body type.

Type "T-1"


  • BEST VEGETABLES:

    Asparagus, beets, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, eggplant, garlic, leafy green vegetables, lettuce, mushrooms, okra, onions, peas peppers, potatoes, radishes, spinach, and sprouts.

  • VEGETABLES IN MODERATION:
    Cucumbers, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, and zucchini.
  • BEST FRUITS:
    Apples, apricots, berries, cherries, cranberries, papaya, pears, prunes, pomegranates, and grapefruit. Dried fruits in general are good for Kaphas, specifically apricots, figs, prunes, and raisins.
  • FRUITS IN MODERATION:
    Dates, fresh figs, bananas, coconuts, and mangoes.
  • BEST GRAINS:
    Barley, buckwheat, corn, millet, oats, rye, and basmati rice.
  • GRAINS IN MODERATION:
    Rice and wheat.
  • BEST DAIRY:
    Warm skim milk, small amounts of whole milk, and eggs (not fried or cooked with butter), goat’s milk, soy milk, and camel milk.
  • DAIRY IN MODERATION:
    Egg yolks
  • BEST MEATS:
    Chicken, turkey (all in small amounts), and lean fish.
  • MEATS IN MODERATION:
    Shrimp and red meat.
  • BEST BEANS:
    All legumes are good.
  • BEANS IN MODERATION:
    Kidney beans and tofu.
  • BEST OILS:
    Almond, sunflower, olive oil, and grapeseed oil (all in small quantities).
  • SWEETENERS:
    All in very small quantities.
  • BEST NUTS & SEEDS:
    Sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, and flax seeds.
  • HERBS & SPICES:
    All are good, especially cumin, fenugreek, sesame, and ginger, which is especially good for improving digestion.

Type "T-2"


  • BEST VEGETABLES:
    Sweet and bitter vegetables, like asparagus, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, radishes, cauliflower, celery, cucumber, green beans, green (sweet) peppers, leafy green vegetables, lettuce, mushrooms, okra, parsley, peas, potatoes, sprouts, squash, sweet potatoes, zucchini, carrot, and spinach.
  • VEGETABLES IN MODERATION:
    Eggplant, onion, tomatoes, hot peppers, chilies, and beets.
  • BEST FRUITS:
    Bananas, avocados, cherries, coconuts, figs, mangoes, melons, oranges, pears, pineapples, plums, prunes, and raisins.
  • FRUITS IN MODERATION:
    Apricot, apples, berries, sour cherries, grapefruit, raw papaya, dark grapes, peaches, persimmon, and pineapples.
  • BEST GRAINS:
    Barley, oats, wheat, and white rice (preferably basmati).
  • GRAINS IN MODERATION:
    Brown rice, corn, millet, and rye.
  • BEST DAIRY:
    Butter, egg whites, ghee (clarified butter), milk, and fruit sorbets (not sour).
  • DAIRY IN MODERATION:
    Cheese, sour yogurt, sour buttermilk, egg yolk, sour cream, and ice cream.
  • BEST MEATS:
    Chicken, shrimp, turkey, and river fish (all in small amounts).
  • MEATS IN MODERATION:
    Red meat and seafood in general.
  • BEST BEANS:
    Chickpeas, mung beans, red lentils, tofu and other soybean products (not fermented).
  • BEANS IN MODERATION:
    Black gram, black lentils, and Ar har Dal.
  • BEST OILS:
    Olive, soy, sunflower, and grapeseed oil. The following in moderation: Almond, corn, safflower, sesame, and coconut oil.
  • SWEETENERS:
    All are acceptable except honey and molasses.
  • BEST NUTS & SEEDS:
    Sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, and flax seeds.
  • HERBS & SPICES:
    Spices should generally be avoided as they are too heating. The following are OK for Pittas in small amounts: Cardamom, cilantro (green coriander), cinnamon, coriander seed, dill, fennel, mint, saffron, turmeric, cumin, and black pepper.

Type "T-3"


  • BEST VEGETABLES:
    Asparagus, beets, carrots, cucumber, garlic, green beans, onions, sweet potatoes, radishes, and turnips.
  • VEGETABLES IN MODERATION:
    Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, celery, eggplant, leafy green vegetables, mushrooms, peas, peppers, potatoes, sprouts, tomatoes, zucchini. Avoid raw vegitables.
  • BEST FRUITS:
    Bananas, apricots, avocados, berries, cherries, coconut, fresh figs, grapefruit, lemons, grapes, mangoes, sweet melons, sour oranges, papaya, pineapple, peaches, plums, stewed fruits.
  • FRUITS IN MODERATION:
    Cranberries, pears, pomegranates. Avoid dried fruits, in general and all unripe fruit.
  • BEST GRAINS:
    Oats (as cooked oatmeal cereal, not dry), cooked rice.
  • GRAINS IN MODERATION:
    Wheat, barley, buckwheat, corn, dry oat, millet.
  • BEST DAIRY:
    All Dairy is acceptable.
  • BEST MEATS:
    Chicken, seafood, turkey, in small quantity.
  • MEATS IN MODERATION:
    Red meat.
  • BEST BEANS:
    Chickpeas, mung beans, Pink lentils, Tofu (small amounts)
  • BEANS IN MODERATION:
    Kidney beans, black beans, etc.
  • BEST OILS:
    Sesame oil, Ghee and olive oil are especially good.
  • SWEETENERS:
    All sweeteners are acceptable in small quantities.
  • BEST NUTS & SEEDS:
    All are acceptable in small amounts. Almonds are best.
  • HERBS & SPICES:
    Avoid using spices in large quantities. Minimize or avoid all bitter and astringent herbs and spices such as coriander seed, fenugreek, parsley, and thyme. Saffron and turmeric should be used in moderation.

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