We’ve all heard the wacky belly fat myths that your genetics mean you can’t lose weight. But what does genetics have to do with overeating? When we talk about genetics, people usually think of genes and how they affect our species. But many other things significantly affect how we function and determine our health. In this episode, Dr. Kashey talks about the genetics of overeating, how to know that you are genetically handicapped, and what it implies. Dr. Kashey talks about a primer on the legitimate implications of genetic predispositions to fatness and overeating, separate from genetic predispositions to diseases associated with obesity. He shares some fundamental causes of the neurological bugginess, causing what appears to be legitimate automatic overeating. We also learn the two implications of genetic predispositions and the disturbances that make the SRO cycle roll. Sit back and enjoy!
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Hosted by Dr. Trevor Kashey