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HOW TO OUTSMART YOUR FAT GENE
I am not sure whether I believe that we all have a fat gene that is responsible for the slow
but inevitable creep that most of us see going on in our midsection after we reach the
age of about thirty. But Carolyn Hansen thinks we do. "It's not so much the work of a
single gene," she says. "It's more of a collection of traits we seem to have inherited over
the last couple of million years. Traits that aren't
working for us now that we have completely changed
our approach to food."
She is talking about the move from a diet high in
protein and fat - the kind of diet we enjoyed right up
until about 100 years or so ago - to a diet that is
now rich in carbohydrates and fats. This has been
a consequence of cultivating grains and making the
sugary carbohydrate the foundation of our modern
The trouble is, we aren't designed to process a high carb diet. Not according to Carolyn
Hansen and a host of other nutrition experts who all seem to agree that we are slowly eating
ourselves into an early grave.
"But it doesn't have to be that way," says Carolyn. "We know what we SHOULD be eating.
We know how we SHOULD be exercising. The trick is to find the motivation to actually follow
The program she is talking about is her new fat loss membership program that she calls: