Genetic Predisposition: How likely someone is to become overweight is largely determined by their genes. Some people are genetically more likely to gain weight.
Inherited Traits: Some genetic factors affect how fast your metabolism works, how much fat you store, and how much you eat, all of which can affect how you control your weight.
Family History: People who come from a family of obese people are more likely to have problems with their weight because of genetics and living choices that are similar.
Genetic Variants: Some genetic variations have been linked to a higher chance of obesity by changing the way the body makes energy and stores fat.
Polygenic Nature: Obesity is polygenic, which means that it is caused by the combination of many genes, with each gene having a small effect on the total risk.
In a complicated interaction, genetic factors and environmental factors, like food and exercise, work together to determine a person's risk of becoming overweight.
Epigenetic Changes: Changes in epigenetics can also be caused by environmental factors, which can also affect gene expression and make fat worse.
Individualized Approaches: Figuring out the genetic causes of obesity lets us take a more customized approach to losing weight, taking into account each person's unique genetic makeup for more effective treatments.
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