Two people can eat the exact same foods in the same amounts and exercise the same amount of time for a year and still have different weights when they’re finished.
I’m sure you’ve observed this phenomenon in your own life, but it still begs the question: why?!
How can some people pack away pasta and potatoes all day and not seem to gain a pound (lucky bastards!), while others watch it go straight to their waistline?
You can apply this example to all sorts of foods: meat, dairy, some vegetables, wheat, etc…the list goes on and on.
Here’s a brief primer on how your genes modify different foods you commonly eat, and what it can mean for your health.