The first three markers indicate how your body is predisposed to process carbohydrates, fats and proteins. Although everyone needs to consume a variety of these macronutrients, not everyone processes them the same way. Find out how your body is genetically predisposed to processing each of these foods — and the best meal plan that may help to maximize your weight loss success.
The 4th, 5th and 6th markers are how your body is predisposed to respond to different exercise routines. While changing your diet will greatly impact your weight loss success, exercise is another component that is essential to living a well-rounded, healthy lifestyle. These genetic markers predict what should be the best exercise routine for your body that may help to accelerate your weight loss efforts. Plus, you’ll learn about how your genetics play a role in your natural motivation to exercise (or lack thereof).
The 7th marker deals with sleep based on your genetics. Duration of sleep may impact your weight and other health risks and can set you up for better health now and in the future.
Markers 8 through 11 will predict different eating behaviors such as your likelihood to overeat, mindlessly snack and your taste preferences – as well as how likely you are to feel satisfied after a meal.
Markers 12 through 15 deal with your metabolism including your resting metabolic rate, your tendency to regain weight and your genetic risk to be overweight.