The Ovary Body Type

Posted on Apr 12, 2012 in Health & Wellness

When ovaries become dysfunctional, they can produce an excess of estrogen, which causes more fat. This fat is deposited on “saddlebag” thighs, the lower stomach and the buttocks. The lower stomach fat usually shows up just below the bellybutton as a bulge.

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Fat starts to accumulate just below your belly button, because your estrogen levels are not healthy and have increased production in the body, causing fat to develop around the ovaries. Because your estrogen is responsible for making fat, the more fat you have, the more estrogen is created and your weight loss goals compete with this vicious cycle. You have difficult menstrual cycles with excessive bleeding and pain. And you get moody at that time of the month. As the stages develop for The Ovary Type, more weight is gained in the hip area. If you are going through menopause – you get hot flashes, night sweats, bleeding or dryness – and all of this can be related to ovary problems. You have cellulite – or cottage cheese looking dimples on your thighs and stomach area. But your upper body stays suitable and does not take on the same effect as your lower. Your shoulders are more narrow than your hips, and you have a small waist relative to the rest of your shape. As symptoms progress, The Ovary Type experiences pain in the back of seat joints (like the tailbone area) and the lower back (either left or right). You crave creamy foods and dairy; like ice-cream, cream cheese, cheese cake, vanilla yogurt and those types of foods.


Sugar is a trigger for The Ovary Type which can lead to increased cellulite and the breakdown of muscle proteins. Sugar has a toxic effect on the body. Additional triggers for The Ovary Type are included in the Complete Ovary Body Type Guide, which you receive for free when you start your program.


The Ovary Type benefits from physical exercise and must flush the toxins from the body that are blocking natural fat burning.


Ovary Body Type Symptoms

  • Weight gain in hips, thighs and buttocks, with a lower stomach bulge
  • History of PMS
  • Weight gain or bloating around that time of the month
  • Ovarian cysts
  • Cyclic fatigue
  • Cyclic brain fog
  • Cyclic pain in the lower back or hips
  • Cyclic pain in the knee
  • Cyclic lack of libido
  • Infertility
  • Hot flashes
  • Night sweats
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Cyclic acne
  • Cyclic mood swings
  • Extra painful cramps
  • Excessive menstrual bleeding
  • Cyclic constipation
  • Cyclic thinning of the hair
  • Depression during menstrual cycle
  • Cravings at certain times of the month

NOTE:  Consult with your physician before making any changes in diet or supplementation.