Appetite control

Take control of your appetite and manage your daily calorie intake to reduce your risk of weight gain.

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Managing your appetite is more than simply being mindful of how much food you put on your plate. It also requires an understanding of your subconscious eating tendencies and how hormonal imbalances may affect hunger levels.

Unlock your Appetite Control reports to understand the genetic and lifestyle factors that cause you to overeat, and receive personalized strategies to help you overcome these specific challenges and maintain a healthy body composition.

Insights

Understand the specific genetic and lifestyle factors that may be distorting your appetite and causing you to overeat with personalized insights.

Recommendations

Take control of your appetite to reach and maintain a healthy weight with personalized recommendations.

Risk of sleep disturbance

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

sleep and weight gain risk

Leptin is a hormone released by fat cells that reduces appetite. Poor sensitivity to leptin can lead to overeating, accumulation of fat, and weight gain.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

sleep/wake cycle

How much chemical energy you store in fat tissue (vs. how much you lose as heat) depends on the efficiency of your metabolism.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

supporting metabolic Efficiency

How much chemical energy you store in fat tissue (vs. how much you lose as heat) depends on the efficiency of your metabolism.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

supporting metabolic Efficiency

How much chemical energy you store in fat tissue (vs. how much you lose as heat) depends on the efficiency of your metabolism.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

supporting metabolic Efficiency

How much chemical energy you store in fat tissue (vs. how much you lose as heat) depends on the efficiency of your metabolism.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

Appetite Control Traits

obesity risk (FTO)
compulsive overeating (FAAH)
oxytocin & overeating (OXTR)
SLC2A2 & Sugar consumption

"As a strength and conditioning coach, I initially turned to Fitness Genes to better understand which foods, vitamins, and minerals I should consume to gain strength and lose weight. With FitnessGenes I received a better understanding of what I should take despite other diets telling me to steer clear of certain substances like my beloved coffee nuts, meat, and fruit.

I also discovered that I’m personally genetically predisposed to overeating or not being satisfied at the end of meals. Rather than it being something medically wrong with me, it was actually my genetic makeup.

I always look forward to my next email from FitnessGenes suggesting more genetic traits I relate to."


Stefan, United Kingdom
FitnessGenes Member

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