3 foodie things I learned from my DNA Test
Foods that I should avoid!
Foods that I must consume!
What my ancestors ate and didn't eat.
It's obviously not that easy to avoid sugar and carbohydrates but decreasing the consumption of these substances are what I have learnt from my DNA Test and am fighting to eliminate them from my diet. (IMO: if you too gain weight drastically then you too have a similar type of system.)
I'm in higher needs for Vitamin B6 which is found in a variety of animal and plant foods such as beef liver, tuna, salmon, fortified cereals, chickpeas and poultry. So, I consulted with all knowing god: Google.
Here are 9 signs and symptoms of vitamin B6 deficiency.
Cracked and Sore Lips
Sore, Glossy Tongue
Weakened Immune Function
Tiredness and Low Energy
Tingling and Pain in Hands and Feet
A few of them do seem to occur...
3. My ancestors were mostly hunters and explorers. This means that they would have a diet of mostly wild animals and fruits. My dad said that he used to hunt deer, pheasants and picked chanterelles mushrooms. One of my ancestors also killed a tiger but the consumption of tiger has not been reported. I was also buzzed when the DNA result showed that my Sleep Time (Chronotype) is a Night Owl! and I read somewhere that the most important thing a person can do for oneself is to take a DNA test, which is debatable but it is definitely of a high priority for most people. I
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Your favorite explorer!