Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by cura, Apr 13, 2007.
8 pack for everyone
— The FTO gene comes in two varieties. 16% of people have two copies of the high-risk variant, 50% have one high-risk and one low-risk, and 34% of people have two low-risk variants
— Those with two high-risk copies have a 70% greater risk of obesity than those with two low-risk copies. They weigh an average of 3kg more
— Those with one high-risk copy have a 30% greater risk of obesity. They weigh an average of 1.2kg more
So fat meaning they weigh 6lbs more
using gene card as an excuse FTL!!!
thank god its about time...im pretty sure my wife got that gene. In her mid 20's
That gunt will get us all
it's a pooch.
ooooooooooh u must be prgnent
Is that similar to a pouch???
Finally one journal article on genetics not filled with errors.
Genetics is a cop-out.
i got a 94 on my genetics test.
I totally thought this was going to be a thread about gene rhylchek being found
I thought this thread was gonna be about Gene Rychlak for some reason.
stork beat you to it
whats the big deal? I had no problems find fat genes back in the day. tall & fat section FTW