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5conducted by Dr. William Donald Kelley and William L. Wolcott in the 1970s. They formulated a theory whereby individual variations in ANS function and neuroendocrine processes created different types of metabolism.Kelley and his associate, William L. Wolcott. Kelley, whom in the 1970s formulated the theory whereby individual variations in autonomic nervous system (ANS) function and neuroendocrine processes create different types of metabolism. The ANS can be thought of as a system that puts the body on automatic pilot because it controls all bodily processes outside of ones conscious control, including heart rate, breathing, and digestion. For this reason it is referred to as the master regulator of metabolism. U7iiiʫiÜʅ>L̅ʜv̅ii]v>}i individual one of these two systems always predominates over the other. U >VV>Liv̅iLiʜܘʈ̜ܜLV>i}i - Krebs Cycle = Fast Oxidizers & Slow Oxidizers, Autonomic Nervous System = Sympathetic Dominant & Parasympathetic Dominant. Every person ts into one of these four dietary paradigms which require optimizing a diet with different percentage ratios of protein, complex carbohydrates, and benecial fats. U7>ʈ՘i>>V>Li՘i̅̅iʈ̅>v each of the four basic metabolic types, food is most efciently converted into energy when the blood pH (not urine or saliva) is at 7.46. However, the dietary road for one persons ability to achieve 7.46 may spell disaster for another individual. This has great repercussions for which foods are benecial for overall health because because the theory reinvents the manner of determining which foods are acid or acid forming or alkaline or alkaline forming. Traditionally scientists believed that if you took a tomato and reduced it down to ash, it would be natural to conclude that a tomato is an acid forming fruit. However, we now know that this is not necessarily so. Depending on ones Metabolic Type, one person eating one half of a tomato would