Understanding your metabolism to create an effective nutrition plan

Thursday, March 22, 2018. Author Alex Auld

Alex Auld Blog Series

This blog series highlights and discusses the individual results of FitnessGenes Partnership Program manager and multi-event endurance athlete, Alex Auld.

Now that we’ve established how DNA regulates protein production, we can look at which proteins are produced by which genes, and the impact they have on exercise, nutrition and physiology.

First up is UCP2, a gene that influences metabolic efficiency.

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