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DNA And Weight Loss

Published on 5/7/2018
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There is scientific proof that your weight is influenced by genetic factors. Your DNA has an important role in your weight and that may makes you feel that being overweight is not your fault. Yes, your DNA is messed up. Lose weight and fight back! Don’t think you have no means to influence your DNA.

One of the proofs that gaining weight is connected with your messed up DNA is the case of an obese inmate in Ohio. According to CBS News, the 53 years old inmate had a weight over 470 pounds after being in prison for 27 years.

Prisons are feeding meals rationed carefully under recommended guidelines. Due to budget constraints, most states are also under siege. Certainly, giving inmates more food than necessary is the last thing a prison would do. So, being still obese after being in prison for 27 years shows clearing that in this case diet is not to blame but rather the genetics.

Our weight seems clearly predetermined by DNA. If your DNA is messed up you may get overweight or even obese. But this doesn’t mean you cannot fight back and lose weight. We can certainly exercise a bit to improve our shape and fitness level and watch what we eat to lower our weight.

Don’t make the mistake to think we have no control over our health and the way we look. Eating healthy and working out has a great influence on our weight. New studies have demonstrated that we our DNA is not immutable. We can turn on or off our genes based on external factors such as our lifestyle, diet and exercise regimen, as well as internal factors such as our beliefs system and our mood.

The Biggest Loser show proves that it is indeed possible to burn over a three months short period literally hundreds of pounds of fat. Yes, genetics plays an important part in the composition of our body. But we are the masters of our own life. If your DNA is messed up, you can still lose weight and fight back.

Genetics have the tendency to normalizing our weight and keep it to a predetermined range. However, dieting and exercise can help you get below your range or at least keep your weight to the lower value within that range. Don’t think that you need to look like models we see in magazines or the actors we see on TV. However, you can definitely can and must look at your best, within the weight range predetermined by your own genetics.

You shouldn’t think genetics is your enemy. You can very well transform it in your friend. In fact, a DNA test can actually help you become healthier, personalize your diet and workouts and better manage your weight. There is on the market a niche group of DNA tests that are designed specifically to provide you with genetic findings related to your fitness and health.

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