Rene Endara discusses the issue of the fat gene and how some people may have genetically easier chances of getting body fat than somebody else but not genetically fat at all.
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On behalf of tvlesson.com my name is Rene Endara body builder and nutritional consultant with reneendara.com. Let’s talk a little bit about the fat gene, now I’ve been a personal trainer for about 20 years now and a lot of a time my clients say to me, Rene genetically I am fat and that’s just not true. They may genetically have a easier chance of getting body fat than somebody else then maybe true but the fact of the matter is that there is three reasons why people get fat and one of them would be sugar, one of the would be starches and the other one would be alcohol. Now if you are looking at your plate and you’re eating or drinking alcohol you can pretty much guaranteed that that’s reason why you’re putting on body fat now you may have an easier chance in somebody else but let’s not to say that’s the reason why. And more than anything your health is acquired by the amount of body fat that you put on or you take off. So when you’re thinking about all these ultimately think about your health. Now if your health is you may take that your health is decided by your genes it’s not its decided but what’s on your plate. So keep in mind what is on your plate? The fat, I mean the sugar, the alcohol and the starches if you avoid those three things I can guarantee you that you will not be fat no matter what anybody says. So if you see grandma and she’s 300 pounds that doesn’t mean you are going to be 300 pounds but if you eat like grandma oh yeah and if you eat grandma’s good cooking yeah because I have a grandma and she is to love to cook rice and that was of the reason why I have chubby cheeks now that I don’t eat rice my program but at the same time I am healthier for so same thing with you. Keep in mind everything that you do is base on ultimately your health and the fat gene doesn’t have anything to do with your health and your food has to do with your health. On behalf of tvlesson.com this is been Rene Endara and thank you for watching.
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