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The Diet For Your DNA. Find Out Now!

by Jordan Taffet October 18, 2016 3 Comments

The Diet For Your DNA. Find Out Now!

So, here's the facts: we are all made up of different DNA, thus prone to different diseases and tolerating different foods. If you're not aware of your DNA makeup, we recommend taking some time to get a DNA test, it'll show you what works and what doesn't work for your particular body. You're not the same as everyone else, so why eat like everyone else?

According to Medical Daily, "Our study showed that the impact of the diet is likely dependent on the genetic composition of the individual eating the diet, meaning that different individuals have different optimal diets." 

Here's some different tips you can use based on the common knowledge you have today. 

1. Family history 

If you can research the diseases that run in your family, you can adjust your diet accordingly. For example, if heart disease runs in your family, aiming for a low-fat diet that incorporates no more than 15% of daily calories from fats is beneficial. If high blood pressure runs in your family, a low-carb diet with no more than 30% of calories from carbohydrates may be more beneficial. Simply being aware of your predisposed diseases can help you to optimize your overall diet and health. 

2. Balance Is Safe

While there are lots of different recommendations and diet plans for varying individuals, the research shows that it is generally safe to compose a diet that is balanced in terms of carbs, proteins, and fats. This may be beneficial if you are not able to find out your family history or take a DNA test. Acceding to Science Daily, "She says we must also make sure to eat carbohydrates, proteins and fats in five to six smaller meals, not just for the main meal, at dinner." Ditch the low-carb, high-carb, low-fat, or high-fat diet. Feed your body with a balance of nutrients to keep it strong, non-inflammatory, and healthy (and don't forget to take your BikiniBOD).

3.  It's not too late

The good news is- no matter what your diet looks like now or how old you are, your genes are able to change very quickly. Research indicates that your genes can change their expression in as short as one week on a new diet. 

Take time to invest in your health and overall wellness. Too many people are sick without even realizing it. Choose to be the best YOU.





Jordan Taffet
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3 Responses

Krissy
Krissy

December 28, 2016

This was a really cool article and seems to make sense so I definitely want to give this a shot.

Lori Purple
Lori Purple

December 02, 2016

Thank you! It helped me a lot

Jenny Torr
Jenny Torr

November 30, 2016

Interesting! Thanks so much for sharing

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