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*Are you experiencing any of the six types of skinny fat (cellulite, thin fat, loose skin, saggy skin, crepey skin, normal weight obesity)?

*Do you have one or more of the six types of skinny fat on your body where genetically you should have muscle/mass?

*Do you know that it is 100% scientifically/medically impossible to turn skinny fat into muscle, or vice versa (that is not how human tissue works)?

*Do you know that one (1) pound of muscle/mass burns 6 calories per day, but one (1) pound of skinny fat and/or regular fat (white fat/yellow fat/excess fat) only burns two (2) to three (3) calories daily, which directly affects your metabolism (and weight loss)?

Genetics – Default Body Composition

Genetics is the foundation of the human body and determines your unique default body composition — muscles/muscle mass, skinny fat, and regular fat — and shape relative to metabolism (burning of calories), diet, exercise, lifestyle, and overall health. Because muscle burns significantly more calories than skinny fat and regular fat, scientifically understanding your unique default genetic body composition to safely manage and burn calories is the key to successful and sustainable weight loss/gain, weight management, and health.

The Official Scientific Body Type Quiz for men and women scientifically determines and identifies your unique default genetic body composition and shape to help you figure out and understand your specific body’s real caloric needs to keep expectations and goals realistic and achievable to lose weight safely, sustainably, and successfully in the short and long term.


Rough Body Type Correlations – Scientific Body Type Quiz (Official)

Hourglass (no scientific definition or research data) = genetic scientific Standard Body Type One (BT1) or Body Type Two (BT2)

Inverted Triangle (no scientific definition or research data) = genetic scientific Standard Body Type One (BT1)

Triangle (no scientific definition or research data) = genetic scientific Body Type Two (BT2) or Body Type Three (BT3)

Rectangle (no scientific definition or research data) = genetic scientific Body Type Two (BT2), Body Type Three (BT3), or Body Type Four (BT4)

Pear (no scientific definition or research data) = genetic scientific Body Type Two (BT2) or Body Type Three (BT3)

Apple (no scientific definition or research data) = genetic scientific Body Type Two (BT2), Body Type Three (BT3), or Body Type Four (BT4)

Round (no scientific definition or research data) = genetic scientific Body Type Two (BT2), Body Type Three (BT3), or Body Type Four (BT4)

Kibbe (no scientific definition or research data) = genetic scientific Standard Body Type One (BT1), Body Type Two (BT2), Body Type Three (BT3), or Body Type Four (BT4)

Hormone, Adrenal (no scientific definition or research data) = genetic scientific Standard Body Type One (BT1), Body Type Two (BT2), Body Type Three (BT3), or Body Type Four (BT4)

Hormone, Liver (no scientific definition or research data) = genetic scientific Standard Body Type One (BT1), Body Type Two (BT2), Body Type Three (BT3), or Body Type Four (BT4)

Hormone, Ovary (no scientific definition or research data) = genetic scientific Body Type Two (BT2), Body Type Three (BT3), or Body Type Four (BT4)

Hormone, Thyroid (no scientific definition or research data) = genetic scientific Body Type Two (BT2), Body Type Three (BT3), or Body Type Four (BT4)

Mesomorph (no scientific definition or research data) = genetic scientific Standard Body Type One (BT1)

Ectomorph (no scientific definition or research data) = genetic scientific Standard Body Type One (BT1) or Body Type Two (BT2)

Endomorph (no scientific definition or research data) = genetic scientific Body Type Two (BT2), Body Type Three (BT3), or Body Type Four (BT4)

Description

Official Scientific Body Type Quiz - Standard Body Type One (BT1), Genetic Scientific Body TypeThe Body Type Science Theory Research began in 2003 out of necessity. At the time, there was only the genetic scientific Standard Body Type One (BT1) found in any scientifically approved human body anatomy book/resource (defined and recognized by mainstream science and medical doctors). But, no other body types scientifically/medically based on real science with actual scientific definitions backed by real-world scientific data, evidence, and facts.

And, thus, no way to scientifically explain the countless human body shapes worldwide.

What is the Scientific/Medical Definition of Skinny Fat?

Skinny fat is defined as having too much fat on your body even when within safe Standard BMI (18.5 to 24.99) — AKA normal weight obesity (NWO). According to the Standard BMI definition, once you are within safe Standard BMI you no longer have any excess white fat/yellow fat (regular fat) on your body. Being normal weight obese/skinny fat directly contradicts the Standard BMI definition and is technically impossible.

So, how is it possible to be within Safe Standard BMI and still have too much fat on your body?

It is possible because the excess fat the person is experiencing is not excess regular fat, it is one or more of the other 5 types of skinny fat which include cellulite, thin fat, loose skin, saggy skin, and crepey skin.

Official Scientific Body Type Quiz - 6 Types of Skinny Fat (Cellulite, Thin Fat, Loose Skin, Saggy Skin, Crepey Skin, Normal Weight Obesity)

The Science of Skinny Fat – Scientific Body Type Quiz Official

This 23-year-old research participant (Body Type Three/BT3) has a safe Standard BMI of 24.6 (two left pictures) with obvious skinny fat/normal weight obesity — thin fat & cellulite. The right two pictures are after further safe weight loss and reaching a safe Standard BMI of 21.3 — yet the skinny fat/NWO (thin fat and cellulite) is still obvious.

Skinny Fat Example - Normal Weight Obesity, Thin Fat, and Cellulite - Scientific Body Type Quiz Official

Research Participant 1170, Skinny Fat - Normal Weight Obesity, Thin Fat, and Cellulite - Scientific Body Type Quiz Official

Once within safe Standard BMI, according to mainstream science/medicine you are the Standard Body Type One (BT1) found in any scientifically approved human body anatomy book. But it is obvious that person is not a Standard BT1 with all muscle/mass developed. They have obvious skinny fat where genetically they should have default genetic muscle/mass.

It is an undisputed fact that muscle cannot turn into any kind of fat — be it white fat/yellow fat (regular fat), brown fat, beige fat, or any of the six types of skinny fat — or vice versa. This is not how human tissue works. Skinny fat and white/yellow/regular fat are two different things. You could technically lose 100% of your white/yellow fat and your skinny fat will remain.

Poor diet, exercise, and lifestyle can cause muscle/mass loss, but any lost muscle/mass does not magically turn into skinny fat. Moreover, no amount of protein/nutrients will magically turn skinny fat into muscle/mass. Skinny fat is genetic.

Christian Bale, Standard Body Type One/BT1 - Extreme Weight Loss for Movie Role, No Skinny Fat

Christian Bale (Known Genetic Scientific Standard Body Type One/BT1) Extreme Weight Loss for Movie Role – No Skinny Fat

You can add muscle mass to help reduce the appearance of skinny fat. With enough hard work you may even look like a Standard Body Type One (BT1), if you are not naturally a Standard BT1. But as soon as you stop doing the exercise that built the added muscle mass inevitably you will gradually lose any added muscle mass and eventually return to your original genetic default body composition including muscle/mass (or lack thereof) and skinny fat, no less. At present, you cannot permanently recomp your body.

Skinny Fat is Genetics

Thanks to genetics, 80%+ of women in the world have some degree of cellulite and 0% of them have ever gotten rid of their cellulite; they can only reduce it. The same goes for thin fat. Reducing skinny fat typically goes hand-in-hand with safely losing regular fat along with properly adding muscle mass and consistently and regularly maintaining that added muscle mass. Although loose skin and saggy skin (thin fat, cellulite, and/or crepey skin made worse by excess regular fat) may need surgical intervention.

If you are experiencing any of the six types of skinny fat — particularly thin fat, cellulite, and normal weight obesity — where genetically you should have default genetic muscle/mass, you have had it since birth thanks to your genetics. The younger you are, the harder it is to discern skinny fat, especially thin fat.


How Skinny Fat Determines Genetic Scientific Body Type (Body Composition and Shape)

Scientifically identifying your unique default genetic body composition (and shape) helps you better your specific metabolism, diet, exercise, and lifestyle to achieve safe, sustainable, and successful white/yellow fat weight loss and management as well as overall health in the short and long term. How much skinny fat you have on your body where genetically you should have muscle/mass relative to each of the 26 vertebrae — cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacrum, and coccyx — determines if you are a genetic scientific Standard Body Type One (BT1), Body Type Two (BT2), Body Type Three (BT3), or Body Type Four (BT4). The proprietary Official Scientific Body Type Quiz accurately IDs/determines your specific genetic scientific body type.

Scientific Facts:

  1. Any part of the human body can be genetically underdeveloped to whatever degree, including muscles/muscle mass – with heritability estimates ranging from 30–85% for muscle strength and 50–80% for lean muscle mass.
  2. Muscle/mass cannot/does not turn into any kind of fat (regular fat, skinny fat, brown fat, beige fat), that is not how human tissue works — and skinny fat (nor any other kind of fat) cannot/does not turn into muscle/mass, this is not how human tissue works!
  3. Poor diet, exercise, and lifestyle can cause muscle/mass loss, but any lost muscle/mass does not magically turn into any type of skinny fat.
  4. Technically, you could lose 100% of your white/yellow fat (regular fat) and your skinny fat will remain.
  5. Every vertebra (cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacrum, coccyx) houses a specific set of muscles. If any of those muscles (or related muscles) are genetically underdeveloped, to whatever degree, it directly and negatively affects body composition, shape, posture, and metabolism, no less.
  6. One (1) pound of muscle burns six (6) calories per day, but one (1) pound of skinny fat and/or regular fat only burns two (2) to three (3) calories daily.
  7. The more skinny fat and/or regular fat you have on your body, the slower/weaker your metabolism and the fewer calories you burn.
  8. Anywhere you have skinny fat on your body where genetically you should have default genetic muscle/mass, the more prone you are to putting on regular fat (which can be both subcutaneous fat and visceral fat) and the harder it is to keep regular fat off (and being overweight or obese/obesity at bay).
  9. There are a few FDA-approved methods to reduce skinny fat, including surgery, but no amount of dieting, lifestyle, or exercise/time in the gym will fix/get rid of skinny fat or turn skinny fat into muscle/mass. Diet, exercise, and lifestyle can also help reduce and manage skinny fat.
  10. You cannot permanently change/recomp your genetic body composition, you can only temporarily change/recomposition it through diet, lifestyle, and exercise including weightlifting.
  11. Once you stop the resistance/exercise (like bulking and cutting weight training/lifting) that built any added muscle mass above and beyond your default genetic muscle/mass, inevitably you will gradually begin to lose that added muscle mass and eventually return to your default genetic muscle/mass levels.
  12. All other body types are unscientific, arbitrary, subjective nonsense including Kibbe, triangle, rectangle, apple, pear, hormones, etc. along with the somatotypes mesomorph, endomorph, and ectomorph body types which were fully debunked and discredited in the 1950s, 70 years ago! Although they can be roughly correlated to a genetic scientific body type.


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