I have said it before and I will say it again. Genetics isn’t Destiny. Even when it comes to obesity.
And if you don’t believe me:
Purdue University scientists have uncovered evidence that genetically identical cells store widely differing amounts of fat, depending on subtle variations in how the cells process insulin.
They said identifying the precise mechanism responsible for fat storage in cells could lead to methods for controlling obesity.
Although other studies have suggested certain “fat genes” might be associated with excessive fat storage in cells, the Purdue researchers confirmed such genes are expressed, or activated, in all of the cells. Yet those cells varied drastically — from nearly zero in some cases to pervasive in others — in how much fat they stored.
Their findings indicate that the faster a cell processes insulin, the more fat it stores.
It’s the insulin…it’s the insulin…it’s the insulin.
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