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In order to have the right way

it is not enough to take general measures, but our personalized measures

Every human body has a different way of thinking, a different psychology, different working hours, different types of work (sedentary work, manual labor etc.), suffers different illnesses, experiences different weight changes after a pregnancy, may breastfeed, go through menopause, may stop exercising, go through sadness or even depression, or stay still after surgery.

The differences are countless! The variables uncertain!

The solution is one and individualized.

The examples mentioned above are the superficial reasons that you more or less suspect on your ownthat led you there. For definitive results, it is essential to identify the root of the problem.

Each body functions differently under the same conditions and this genetic ability to manage and cope with its eating slips is one of the most importantinformation that DNA testing gives you. From the overall results, we can form the most individualized diet plan and weight management guide, practically made in order to help with fat loss, with clever tips and information that will help with your little weaknesses, such as sweets (that sweet-sweet enemy), and smoothly lead you to the point of revealing the greatest version of your body, and most of all, of yourself!

 

The genes related to weight, give us the following information about:

Your nutritional behavior and metabolism. Be forewarned in time for the existence of hereditary predisposition to obesity, i.e. the tendency of your body to gain unnecessary weight, as well as its behavior towards foods.

Lipolysis, which is the body’s ability to metabolize fat and to reject it, and is an essential factor for acquiring a healthy body.

Homocysteine metabolism – homocysteine is a toxicresidue of the body that causes disorders, has a toxic effect on the cells, and also influences the Vitamin B Complex metabolism and involves higher risk of heart disease (coronary artery disease – thrombosis).

The body’s antioxidant action and detoxifying ability, i.e. to what extent the antioxidant and detoxification system functions properly.

Response to eating andsatietythat you may experience. If this gene does not function properly, it urges us to eat unnecessarily large qualities, or while we are full, after a while we feel like nibbling a little more.

Predisposition fortype 2 diabetes, whichdirectly affects every information concerning our diet plan.

Inflammatory response, i.e. the predisposition to inflammation in the body, and especially in our digestive system.

The body’s ability for iron absorption and storage.

Body mass index: the body’s genetic tendency to keep the right balance between muscle tissue and body fat.

Caffeine, alcohol and lactose metabolism:i.e. the body’s ability to absorb these substances, while having the required speed to metabolize them (break down), but also to integrate them.

Hypertension, the predisposition to increased blood pressure.