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I've heard that different weight lost methods will work for one person and not another because...
of the different philological make up of people. For example everyone dose not respond well to a reduced calorie diet. What are your recommendations on DNA test to determine which weight loss strategy will work? I'm considering: %u201CInherent Health Genetic Tests%u201D at http://www.amway.com/2shop
I would have to say that I think genetic testing is not an accurate way to determine a weight loss program. Weight loss is really quite easy. Burn more calories that you consume, get aerobic exercise 3 to 4 times per week and add strength training (weight lifting) 3 to 4 times per week. For most people this will work. Really the best advise I have heard is consuming fewer calories that burned. Keep it simple. I hope that helps.
Different "weight loss methods" don't work for everyone because they tend to be fad methods. Losing weight is actually pretty simple. There's no secret way. The overall method is to burn more calories than you put in. Yes, the type of calories you eat makes a big difference, so good nutrition is important. But other than that, a great diet with a CONSISTENT workout regimen will ensure a fit, healthy body.
I don't think that a DNA testing is really necessary to help for weight loss.There are multiple ways and methods. Just by using more energy than you are consuming is generally the easiest way.
There is no easy way, and can require a lot of hardwork and consistency. Personally, I have tried a weight loss Green Tea Pill that worked wonders for me, so you may want to try it out.
Basically, the Green Tea pills help "clean" your intestine, and stomach from the oils you've consumed.
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