Weight Management

Carbohydrate Sensitivity
Your genotypes indicate that you have a lower tendency to be insulin resistant. Your body is likely to have a lower insulin response, and thus you are likely not carbohydrate-sensitive.
Low
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Carbohydrates Overconsumption
Your genotype indicates that you do not tend to over-consume carbohydrates. According to the Institute of Medicine, the Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) for carbohydrate is 130 g/day for adults and children aged more than 1 year old. The Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends that carbohydrates make up 45 to 65 % of your total daily calories.
Normal
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Effect Of Diet On Weight Control
Your genotypes indicate that you have a less weight gain on a high-fat diet or upon consumption of high-fat dairy foods such as cheese and whole milk.
Low
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Effect Of Exercise On Weight Control
Your genotypes indicate that you have potential to lose more weight with exercise.
High
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Effect Of Protein Intake On Weight Control
Your genotype indicates that a high protein diet may be beneficial for weight loss, improvement of body composition and fat distribution. Studies showed that people with your genotype lost more weight with moderate-to-high protein diet (greater than 25% of total daily calories), compared to a lower protein diet (15% of total daily calories). The upper limit for protein intake is no more than 35% of total calories.
High
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Fat Sensitivity
Your genotype results indicate that you have a typical fat sensitivity and no increased risk for higher BMI. Maintain your current diet and monitor your dietary fat intake.
Normal
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Fat Storage
Your genotype indicates an increased weight loss resistance and a greater decrease in lipid oxidation rate. In other words, your body tends to store fat.
High
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Fat Taste Perception
Your genotype indicates that you have typical sensitivity to fat taste. Sensitivity to fat taste may affect one's eating habits, and high fat intake may lead to health issues.
Normal
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Low-Fat Diet Effectiveness
Your genotypes indicate that you are likely to have a typical weight loss response to low-fat diets. You may still choose low-fat diets if you would like to reduce weight, but it might not be as effective for you.
Normal
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Mediterranean Diet Effectiveness
Your genotype results indicate that the Mediterranean diet is highly effective for maintaining your health.
High
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Metabolic Circadian Rhythm Disorder
Your genotype indicates higher difficulties to achieve desired weight loss due to the metabolic circadian rhythm. The daily rhythm of parasympathetic modulation (which is heart rate/HR and heart rate variability/HRV) provides non-invasive measures of the relative activity of the parasympathetic nervous system (PNS). The PNS activity promotes self-maintenance and restoration, and may play a role in the influence of the CLOCK variation on body weight control.
High
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Metabolism Rate
Your genotype is associated with an increased basal metabolic rate. It means you have a higher metabolism rate even when you are resting and your body uses energy faster than those with slower metabolism rate. Thus, your body will require more calories.
High
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Monounsaturated Fats Benefits
Your genotypes indicate that you have typical health risks from saturated fats. The Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends consuming less than 10% of calories per day from saturated fat. It is recommended to replace saturated fat with monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats while staying within recommended limits for calories and total dietary fat.
Normal
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Overweight Potential
Your genotypes indicate that you have a typical risk of being overweight.
Normal
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Risk From Saturated Fats
Your genotypes indicate that you have typical health risks from saturated fats.
Normal
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Satiety Regulation
Your genotype indicates that you have typical satiety regulation.
Normal
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Snacking
Your genotype is associated with typical prevalence of snacking.
Normal
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