Weight Management

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Weight Management
Weight Management
Is your body weight as per the BMI (Body Mass Index)? If not, you may be underweight, overweight or even obese. Obesity isn't just a cosmetic concern. It’s a complex disease that involves excess amount of body fat that increases your risk of many other diseases like heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure and certain cancers.
Obesity is a Parking Lot for Multiple Life-threatening Diseases

The prevalence of overweight and obesity in India is increasing faster than the world average. For instance, prevalence of overweight increased from 8.4% to 15.5% among women between 1998 and 2015, and the prevalence of obesity increased from 2.2% to 5.1% over the same period. India had 0.4 million obese menor 1.3% of the global obese population in 1975, but in 2014, it zoomed to the fifth position with 9.8 million obese men, or 3.7% of the global population. Among women, India has jumped to the third rank with 20 million obese women (5.3% of global population).

BEWARE OF FAD DIETS
Weight Management

Blindly following unscientific trendy diets without understanding one’s genetic make-up, nutritional deficiencies, food intolerances and the current lifestyle can cause more damage than good. Drastically cutting calories, eliminating entire food groups, unscientific fasting or depriving yourself of foods you actually like are not healthy and sustainable weight management strategies that work in long-term success.

GENE-BASED WEIGHT MANAGEMENT
Weight Management

Gene-based weight management is the process of carefully adopting customized lifestyle modifications to maintain a healthy body weight on the basis of a person's genetic make-up, age, gender, height, profession and current lifestyle. It includes eating a healthy diet after considering nutritional deficiencies and food intolerances and increasing personalized physical activity levels based on one’s genetic makeup and injury risks.


Get Scientific Genetic Insights and Personalized Gene-based Diet along with Customized Lifestyle Modifications to maintain healthy body weight and become fit with targeted lifestyle recommendations and exercise regimen by experienced Welocity Genetics Wellness Experts.

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Welocity Genetics : Weight Management

Weight Management
Weight Management
Recommended For: Those with higher or lower BMI, irrespective of age.
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Weight Management DNA Test Phenotypes

Insulin Sensitivity and Energy Regulation
  • Tendency of Type 2 Diabetes
  • Carbs vs Fats on Insulin Resistance
  • Tendency of Slow Weight Loss
  • Tendency of Weight Regain
  • Tendency of Poor Satiety
  • Diet vs Exercise on Insulin Resistance
  • Tendency of Central Obesity
  • Tendency of Increased Type 2 Diabetes
  • Tendency of Childhood Obesity
Fat Absorption and Metabolism
  • Tendency of Obesity
  • Tendency of Elevated BMI
  • Tendency of Increased Abdominal Fat
  • Tendency of Increased Leptin Levels
  • Tendency of Increased Insulin Levels
  • Tendency of Hypertriglyceridemia
  • Tendency of Fat Absorption
  • Type and Amount of Fat Intake
  • Ability to Respond to Exercise
  • Tendency of Weight Gain
  • Tendency of Weight Regain
  • Tendency of Slow Weight Loss
  • Diet vs Exercise on Obesity
  • Carbs Impact on Insulin Resistance and Obesity
  • Tendency of Increased Fat Mass
  • Tendency to Mobilize Fat
  • Tendency of Elevated Insulin Levels
  • Tendency of Weight Gain due to Poor Mobilization
  • Tendency of Slow Weight Loss
  • Carbs vs Fats on Insulin Resistance and Obesity
  • Tendency to Mobilize Fat in Response to Exercise
  • Tendency of High Triglyceride Levels
  • Requirement of Fat Intake
Fat metabolism, Obesity and Satiety
  • Tendency of Lipoprotein Metabolism
  • Tendency of BMI in Response to Fat Intake
  • Tendency of Poor Satiety
  • Requirement of Fat Intake
  • Requirement of Carbs Intake
  • Impact of Saturated Fat on Obesity and Satiety
  • Tendency of Central Obesity
  • Tendency of Increased Type 2 Diabetes
  • Tendency of Childhood Obesity
Snacking Tendency
  • Tendency for Snacking
  • Requirement of Calorie Intake
  • Requirement of Behavioural Modification
Fat Absorption and Metabolism
  • Sensitivity Towards Amount of Fat in Diet
  • Sensitivity Towards Type of Fat in Diet
  • Tendency of Increased Weight Circumference Due to Fat
  • Diet vs Exercise on Insulin Resistance
Exercise Responsiveness
  • Tendency of Increased BMI
  • Response to Exercise
Circadian Rhythm
  • Time of Metabolic Regulation
  • Tendency of Reduced Sleep
  • Tendency of Morning Fatigue
  • Time of Exercise
  • Time of Carbohydrate Intake
  • Tendency of Sleeping late
Weight Management