Researchers found that 70% of obesity cases are genetically determined. For people with this disposition, it is much harder to keep their weight at a healthy level than for those who are not genetically predisposed to obesity. Persons with an unfavorable genetic predisposition often absorb more fat directly from the intestines than other people. A body with a genetic predisposition to being overweight also uses carbohydrates elsewise than a non-predisposed person, which of course is reflected as an impact of the body weight.
Also, the rate of healthy sport activities depends upon genetic predisposition. Some of us do not need to do sports regularly to burn a sufficient amount of carbohydrates to maintain a slim figure. On the contrary, people with a genetic predisposition to being overweight need to exercise at least three times a week to maintain their figure in the common norm.
With the help of genetic testing, it is now possible to determine which weight-loss program is the most effective for you. On the basis of your genetic profile, we can also determine exactly what food you should abandon from your diet to prevent your body from putting on weight unnecessarily. You also have the possibility to determine the optimum amount of required sports activities and daily caloric intake for a rapid achievement of the desired weight and its maintenance.