over weight problem is genetic and can not be treated
By Dr Zenab Damaniya
No, it is not true that being overweight or obese is solely caused by genetics and cannot be treated. While genetics can play a role in weight gain and obesity, other factors such as diet, physical activity, and environmental factors can also contribute. In fact, research suggests that environmental and lifestyle factors may be more significant in determining body weight than genetics.
Diet and exercise are both important components of weight management and can be effective in helping to achieve and maintain a healthy weight. Eating a healthy, balanced diet that is rich in whole foods, fruits and vegetables, and lean proteins can help with weight loss. Regular physical activity, including both cardio and strength training exercises, can also help with weight loss by increasing metabolism and burning calories.
It is important to note that weight loss is a complex process and there is no one-size-fits-all solution. It is recommended to consult with a healthcare provider or registered dietitian who can help create an individualized plan that takes into account your specific needs and goals.