Losing Weight Depends on You, Not Your Genes
A US study has found that it's the amount and quality of food and not a person’s genetics that will ultimately determine weight loss success.
Stanford University researchers conducted a randomised control trial involving 609 adults who wanted to lose weight, and found that the participants who ate the most vegetables and consumed the fewest processed foods lost the most weight. These results suggest that there's probably no such thing as a diet right for a particular genetic make-up - every single person make a difference through healthy eating habits!
Read more about the study here.