Have you attempted to lose or control your weight using numerous diets and exercise to no avail? Do you know why these didn't work?
The possible answer is that you tried something that was unsustainable and not very practicle for every day life. For example, you lost weight on a diet that virtually reduced your carbohydrate intake to zero! Or, you had some success at spending 5 hours in the gym on a daily basis!
The test analyses 4 genes that have been clinically proven to affect your response to diet and exercise. From this, you are provided with results and supporting information on how to adjust your diet and exercise habits to match that of your genetic make-up. This alignment of lifestyle and your own DNA provides you with a life plan on how to lose and control weight safely and in a sustainable and realistic way.
The results will not advise you to cut carbohydrates altogether, they may provide guidance on reducing or maybe changing the type of carbs you consume, but nothing that would be detrimental to your health or well being. The most important thing is that it will be sensible advice that doesn't mean you have to sacrifice important nutrients or indeed your own time by exercising unnecessarily. Why spend 5 hours in the gym if you can just as easily achieve the correct MET activity by taking the dog for a walk!
We recommend this test to individuals aiming to optimise their diet and exercise regime to lose weight and improve their fitness.
This test is also ideal for individuals who have lost weight only to put it all back on again - the following reference may strike a cord with some individuals...
Yo-yo dieting or yo-yo effect, also known as weight cycling, is a term "yo-yo dieting" coined by Kelly D. Brownell at Yale University, in reference to the cyclical loss and gain of weight, resembling the up-down motion of a yo-yo. In this process, the dieter is initially successful in the pursuit of weight loss but is unsuccessful in maintaining the loss long-term and begins to gain the weight back. The dieter then seeks to lose the regained weight, and the cycle begins again.
Quite simply, we aim to break this cycle with the Weight Loss DNA test. However, like anything in life, it requires effort and hard work. You will be required to follow the advice based on your DNA test results and stick to the changes required.
As proven in clinical studies and with BioClinics clients who have tried the test, the hard work will pay off and you will be able to sustain your weight loss and enjoy a healthier lifestyle without huge sacrifice!
To set your expectations, we would not recommend this test to individuals who: