3 February 2017
Issues with your weight post hCG?
Are you maintaining your weight post hCG?
As some of you may know, I have been doing research and extra studies on why some people can not maintain their weight post hCG program. We know that going all out on a bad diet is not going to work to help you maintain weight but what if you are truly eating a diet that you believe is good for you, you have no known pathology and yet you still can’t maintain it?
Scientific studies have shown that variations in the human salivary amylase gene (AMY1) differ based on populations, which have traditionally eaten high starch diets, compared to those who have traditionally eaten low starch diets.
Variations within the AMY1 gene influence how well your body can breakdown and process starch, meaning that some people can tolerate these carbohydrates better than others. Starch is the most common carbohydrate included in human diets – however, there is a considerable range of variation between cultures of dietary starch intake.
Traditionally, “high starch” populations tended to be agricultural societies and arid region hunter-gathers, while “low starch” populations included rainforest and arctic hunter-gatherers and some pastoralists.
The CarbChoice report allows one to take a sneak peak at how your genes have set you up to tolerate breaking down carbohydrates. Your genes know how well your body can metabolise and tolerate starch in carbohydrates. The CarbChoice profile report is a genetic analysis, helping you eat the foods that are right for you and to take the guess work out.
Who should test their AMY 1 Gene?
Anyone who wants to understand how their body metabolises and tolerates carbohydrates and make the best dietary choices for themselves.
Gluten intolerant or Celiacs
Struggling to lose weight or maintain weight loss
Diabetic or insulin resistant
Gut dysbiosis under or over growth
Persistent infections such as thrush or urinary tract infections
Have periodontal (gum) disease
The test is $210 and is available to do now. You will receive a report indicating your ability to handle carbohydrates and guidelines as to what foods are best to eat and which ones to avoid. If you feel you need extra support I will be available to do Skype consultations. Email Rochelle at firstname.lastname@example.org