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Turn off Your Fat Switch

Set a calorie max for a.m. eating: Count the hours between breakfast and lunch and multiply by 100.

Hack your DNA Go green (tea) Eat smart

If your father is more Dad Bod than Dad God, you might assume you’ll eventually grow portly yourself. After all, nearly 100 gene variants are linked to obesity. The good news: Some genes can turn on and off depending on your habits and environment. You could plunk down a

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