How can I lose weight via my DNA?
Receive personal advice with your DNA analysis in order to lose weight and get answers to questions like:
- Am I a healthy weight?
- Do I have a genetic predisposition for being overweight?
- What is my daily energy requirement in terms of calories?
- What is the best ratio of fat, proteins and carbohydrates for me?
- What does my DNA say about my motivation?
- What kind of physical exercise should I do based on my DNA?
A unique scientific insight that deals with the following subjects:
A healthy weight (genetic predisposition)
Curious if you are a healthy weight? We calculate this for you on the basis of your BMI (the relationship between your height and your weight). In addition, we also use the DNA analysis to zoom in further on your possible genetic predisposition. For example, do you gain weight easily? And are you at greater risk of being overweight? On the basis of 30 genetic markers, we can tell you what your DNA says about this. We also give you advice about what you can do with this information.
The right food (macronutrient balance)
What is your balance in terms of energy requirement and energy consumption? Every person is different and that is why a personal eating pattern is very important. Find out how many calories your daily energy requirement should ideally consist of and what the best ratio of fats, proteins and carbohydrates is for you in order to lose weight in the right way.
Physical exercise that suits you
Sufficient physical exercise can help a lot with losing excess kilos. Have your DNA analysed and receive valuable information about what’s best for you: strength sports or endurance sports? A small adjustment to your lifestyle often has a major effect on your body weight, so discover it quickly!
Reaching a healthy weight if you are too heavy is often not easy. It requires a lot of perseverance and it can be hard work. How do things stand with your motivation and which variation do you have in the so-called Worrier vs Warrior’ gene? Are you a doer or a thinker, a sport lover or a couch potato? Your DNA can also tell us a lot about this.