Genetics of metabolism are not static. You do have a uniqueness to the way you burn calories from food and metabolize carbs, fat, proteins. Weight loss for women over 40 can be suddenly tricky. Today we’re going to discuss the importance of genetics of metabolism so that, you don’t just have to look at what is, but that you can change the expression of your genetics and optimize your habits for your optimal health.
If you’ve wondered, why can’t I…. or why does it work for her and not me… then close your other distractions and tune in.
Before I introduce my guest on this episode, I want to bring up something integral in many of the guest experts I have on this podcast.
Think for a moment about the physicians and care providers you’ve had over the course of your adult life.
When you had a health concern or issue, and by the way I include weight loss resistance under health concerns. Though sometimes it’s treated with an “eat less, exercise more” advice, we know enough over the last decade I hope I’ve shed light on the fact, that you can 1) think you’re doing the right thing, 2) truly be doing the right thing and still have no one actually look at your genetics, your hormone levels, the integration of that together with your dietary or exercise needs.
I believe there are different ways experts become experts. 1) they’ve been through what you’re going through 2) they’ve helped thousands of others with a method that consistently gets results or 3) and this is gold… they can say both.
A young or experienced male physician, a young female physician (or exercise expert for that matter) who’s not yet had the life experience simply has a gap. It’s not impossible, but that combination of having been there together with the method is gold.
And that.. is where we’re going today, the genetics of metabolism, yours.
Dr. Rajka Milanovic Galbraith has been successfully leading families to optimal health for over 2 decades as a board-certified Family Medicine doctor, from delivering babies to managing family care in the clinic and hospital. She is now exclusively a leading Functional Medicine Consultant certified by the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM).
She is an international speaker, facilitator and mentor to practitioners and has trained dozens of practitioners 1:1, via her online mentorship and more recently as a mentor for IFM. Dr. Rajka’s patients travel from around the world due to her renown expertise in autoimmune disease, autism, nutrigenetics and methylation, digestive disorders, cognitive decline, mold toxicity, and bio-identical hormone replacement therapy because of her incredible track record.
For over 2 decades Dr. Rajka has helped women lose weight. She has perfected the SHE reset that has enabled 100’s of women to shed that stubborn weight for good. Having overcome 2 autoimmune diseases along with stubborn perimenopausal weight gain, gives her firsthand knowledge and empathy for the challenges that her clients face.
Questions we answer in this episode:
07:00 Tell us about your journey
14:00 What are the top things missing in most weight loss programs?
16:33 What did you discover about genetics?
17:17 Tell us more about the genetics of Carbohydrate metabolism AMY 1 gene
19:02 Tell us more about the genetics of Fats: APOA2
29:55 Tell us about the genetics of Resting Metabolic rate UCP1
30:43 What are your top tips/takeaways for the listeners about the genetics of metabolism?
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