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SNP polymorphisms related to the topic High-protein diet:
|A 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.
|The GCKR rs780094 polymorphism is associated with increased fasting serum triacylglycerol, decreased fasting insulinaemia and reduced risk of type 2 diabetes. A diet restricting carbohydrates and increasing protein is particularly effective for carriers of the T risk allele.
|FGF21 is a sugar-inducible hormone associated with the consumption and preference for sweets in humans. For carriers of the risk allele A, a diet high in protein and limiting carbohydrates has an effective response.
|The AA genotype of the TFAP2B gene was associated with greater weight loss on a low-fat, high-protein diet.
|According to research, a high-protein diet is more effective.
|Variants in the FTO gene are associated with increased body mass index, obesity and diabetes. A high-protein diet was more beneficial for people with risk allele A. These findings suggest significant genetic heterogeneity in weight loss in response to dietary interventions.
|This 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.
|Has been associated with serum vitamin D concentrations in several studies. The T risk allele is associated with greater reductions in insulin and HOMA-IR levels in response to a high-protein diet.