Know Your Genes To Your Ideal Weight
Your personalised secret to losing the excess weight accumulated over the years. The only way to truly find out your personalised keys to weightloss or weight gain is to understand how you have been interwoven genetically. Your genetic blueprint will provide the best available guide to what could work and what wouldn’t work for you.
Your impaired mutations affect your risk for overweight, but also provided information about your feeding behaviours, natural appetite control, the fat burning process, your genetic need for physical exercise in order to maintain a healthy body weight, and your metabolism of dietary fat and carbohydrates.
Who is GeneDiet Genetics for?
It is is recommended to all those people who wish to lose weight effectively and healthily as well as anyone wishing to optimise their nutrigenetic profile through lifestyle changes. The genetic profile of each individual does not change throughout life and the test can be done by anyone at any age. It is recommended that the evaluation and interpretation of the results be carried out by a specialist since there are physiological conditions (childhood, old age, pregnancy) and diseases that should be considered and integrated into a personalized assessment.
On completion of the test, the next step would be to use the genetic information to determine your ideal way to bring nutrients into your body in order t find its homeostasis, its perfect place of balance. This is not about another diet, but rather a roadmap to what could work for you.
Why GeneDiet Genetics?
The Genetic Diet test shows your genetic preferences for what is best for your design. The test reveals specific weaknesses that increase your risk of becoming overweight or underweight and sets out ways to manage your weight eﬀectively. You can manage your body weight by being proactive and implementing the science-based strategies recommended to you. These may vary from modest changes in your environment, your diet, physical activity or adjustments in the medications and nutritional supplements you take.
The test screens for your genetic susceptibility to:
- response to diﬀerent types of diets based on the fat, carbohydrate and protein content,
- certain eating behaviours e.g. emotional and binge eating, ‘addictive’ behaviours and taste preferences (e.g. sweet/bitter),
- being constantly hungry and having satiety impairment,
- a slow metabolism, fat burning ability and weight loss resistance,
- response to physical exercise during weight loss eﬀorts,
- insulin resistance, a poor detoxiﬁcation ability and thyroid health problems,
- lactose intolerance and caﬀeine sensitivity,
- vitamin and mineral needs above the RDA (Recommended Dietary Allowance).
The GeneDiet Genetics test analyses genetic markers that affect genes involved in:
- Metabolism of macronutrients
- Regulation of appetite
- Regulation of sleep
- Impact of exercise
- Propensity to addiction and greed
- Risk of obesity
- Metabolic function
- Cardiovascular function
- Antioxidant activity
- Inflammatory response
Changes in these physiological functions has a direct influence on:
- Susceptibility to gaining weight
- Difficulty in losing weight
- Ability to burn fat during exercise
- Risk of disease
What You Will Receive
The Genetic Diet test gives recommendations, including the type of eating plan and exercise best suited to your genetic proﬁle. Obesity is a very complex disease, and many factors can contribute to a person being overweight including their genes, behaviour, and the environment. Knowing your genetic predisposition to being overweight, can assist you to take the appropriate measures and guide you towards a suitable diet.
Remember to include the the 60 min feedback session aimed at assisting you in determining your genotype so that you can make better, more personalised health choices.
Purchase a 60-minute feedback session HERE.
*Disclaimer: petersmanjak.com cannot guarantee weight loss results as results vary depending on your current health status. Weight loss of 1-2 pounds per week as part of a calorie-controlled eating plan and will depend on your individual goals. Peter takes a comprehensive approach to weight loss/muscle gain that includes biology-based nutrition recommendations, digital tools like food journaling, activity tracking , community support, digital meal plans, recipes and goal tracking and a pathology tests.