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Low-fat diet DNA health report

Follow the link of the selected polymorphism to read a brief description of how the selected polymorphism affects Low-fat diet and see a list of existing studies.

SNP polymorphisms related to the topic Low-fat diet:

rs4994A beta-3-adrenergic receptor mutation is associated with visceral obesity but lowers serum triglyceride levels. Carriers of the G allele necessarily need strength training to lose weight and keep the body in good shape.
rs266729Carriers of the GC genotype (minor allele G) lose more weight on a low-fat diet than carriers of the CC genotype.
rs964184Involved in lipid and vitamin E metabolism. The genotype is a moderate risk factor for reduced vitamin E levels. A low-fat diet is suitable for people with this defect. On a low-fat diet (20% of energy comes from fat), carriers of the risk allele (allele G) had greater reductions in OX and LDL cholesterol levels. These studies showed better lipid profile improvement with long-term low-fat dietary intake in the risk allele G.
rs987237The AA genotype of the TFAP2B gene was associated with greater weight loss on a low-fat, high-protein diet.
rs1799883This genotype is associated with increased sensitivity to both saturated fat and refined carbohydrates. Thus, allele A impairs the effectiveness of both low-carbohydrate and low-fat diets.
rs2287019The T allele of the GIPR gene is associated with greater improvements in glucose homeostasis in people who choose a low-fat, high-carbohydrate, high-fibre diet.
rs2943641People with the C allele may gain more weight loss and improved insulin resistance benefits than people without this genotype by choosing a high-carbohydrate, low-fat diet.
rs6795735Carriers of the GG genotype (minor allele G) lose more weight on a low-fat diet than carriers of the AG or AA genotypes.
rs9939609The common variant rs9939609 of the FTO gene, associated with fat mass and obesity, is associated with fat cell lipolysis as well as early onset of extreme obesity. Studies show that carriers of the risk allele A demonstrate significantly greater weight loss on a fat-restricted diet than non-carriers.
rs10830963common variant MTNR1B, which encodes melatonin receptor 1B, increases the risk of impaired fasting glycaemia and type 2 diabetes due to impaired glucose-stimulated insulin release. The findings suggest that carriers of the G allele rs10830963 may have greater improvement in obesity and body fat distribution when following a low-fat diet.
rs11150675AA genotype carriers (minor allele A) had less weight loss on a low-fat diet than AG and GG genotype carriers.