WHAT YOUR MOM'S BODY SAYS ABOUT YOUR OWN HEALTH "Are you destined to inherit her shape? Her skin? Her health problems? Find out what's written in your genes and how you can change your fate." Shape
Beat the odds: Cut back on refined carbs. They trigger blood sugar spikes, which can cause you to store more fat in your belly, says Dr. Peeke. Instead, load up on fiber to feed the good bacteria in your gut.
Stick with it: If Mom wasn't naturally athletic, you may never become an Olympian. But you can still improve your fitness level.
"People who get a lot of acne usually have oily skin, which is genetic." The upside is that all that oil keeps your skin youthful.
Stop the clock: Get moving! A 2014 study found that people over 40 who worked out for at least four hours a week had healthier, younger-looking skin than people over 40 who didn't.
"Studies have shown that if your mom or another close relative has depression, you have a two- to threefold increased risk of developing the condition"
Take preventive steps: A family history doesn't mean you're destined for the same struggles
Fertility (Guys please ignore)
Just because Mom had her last kid at 44 doesn't guarantee you'll be able to do the same, says Jamie Grifo, MD, director of the Fertility Center at NYU Langone Medical Center: "Sometimes it's just luck." However the age at which Mom went through menopause may give you clues about your own fertility.
Be forewarned: You may have about a 40 to 70 percent chance of inheriting Mom's osteoarthritis.
What we were taught: 30% DNA, 70% own dietary/lifestyle habits. Tag a friend that always blame of their inherited genes! Or if you want to learn how to take control of yourself via good nutrition, PM or Whatsapp me now!
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