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Ever wondered why some folks seem to breeze through weight management while others find it a puzzle? It’s not just about looking good; it’s about avoiding health troubles like high blood pressure, diabetes, and more. But here’s the scoop: Is it all about “obesity genes”?
Picture 2019, when the University of Cambridge gathered genes from 14,000 folks – the lean, the heavy, and the middle-of-the-road. They asked questions about daily habits. And what did they find? In the heavy group, there was a certain genetic trail that made staying slim tough. But in the lean bunch, these genes were like the stars – fewer, and some were even new.
But genes aren’t the only scriptwriters here. Lifestyle also has a say. Think of genes like the pen and lifestyle like the hand holding it. While genes may whisper certain things, lifestyle decides what’s loud.
So, how many calories should I eat in a day to lose weight? Theoretically, cutting 500 calories a day can result in a 0.5kg loss in a week, calculated as follows: 500 calories X 7 days = 3500 calories = 0.5kg body fat For example, if you eat less than 150 calories daily, you will lose 8kg yearly.
not eat less than 150 calories daily ya
Genes have a part, but so do choices. Let’s write a healthy story where genes and lifestyle shake hands for a better, happier you.
Once upon a time, in the whirlwind of parenting, there was an unspoken worry that gnawed at the hearts of mothers and fathers around the world.
In today’s fast-paced world, where convenience often wins out over careful choices, the challenge of maintaining a healthy weight is something many of us face.
In the world of science, our DNA is like a unique code that holds the secrets to our individual health and fitness. Imagine a book with around 20,000 chapters, each representing a gene.
In 2003, a scientific milestone was achieved – the sequencing of the human genome. This
accomplishment marked the beginning of a new era: The Genomic Revolution.
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