DIET SHOP | Low fat diet
A low-fat diet is recommended when you have difficulty in losing fat stores and store fat easily. Your DNA test results would show genetic variations for the key genes involved in a greater absorption of dietary fat and that you have a slower metabolism of fat from fat cells.
This means that you need to focus on your food and supplement choices to ensure that your daily fat intake is between 20 - 30% of your total energy intake.
It is also vital that you 'add in' the good fats (monounsaturated and polyunsaturated) and avoid the bad fats such as saturated (full cream, fat on meats) and trans fat (deep-fried, cookies and cakes).