Megan, an orthopedic and geriatric nurse, was sick and tired of
putting so much effort into diets that didn't work. Like so many
Americans, Megan had been on several diets over the years, but
usually gave up on them after not seeing the results she had hoped
for. After hearing about the Weight Management Genetic Test from
some friends and colleagues, she thought she would give it a
Megan received her test results in March 2011 and found out she
was a Fat Trimmer, meaning she was genetically more likely to lose
weight by following a diet that reduces the calories coming from
fat. Interestingly, Megan had cut carbs before her wedding and was
miserable so she was thrilled that she could eat bread again (in
moderation, of course). To learn that she could lose weight AND eat
bread was music to Megan's ears.
In addition to changing her dietary approach, Megan learned from
her test results that she should incorporate high intensity
workouts in order to see the best results. Megan signed up for a
half marathon and loved the experience. In fact, she now plans to
run a full marathon - that's 26.2 miles - in the near future.
Today, seven months after taking the test, Megan maintains her
15 pounds weight loss and feels better than ever. She has more
energy than ever before now that she is not carrying around that
extra weight. Her results have been so astounding that her aunt has
taken noticed and ordered the test for herself.
As a nurse, Megan has seen first-hand the effects obesity can have
on a person's health and is excited that there is now a simple and
easy test that can help jump start people's weight loss and help
people get back on track.
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