Aligning Your Genetic Code For Optimal Health

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Ever wonder why one diet works for someone else and not you?
Nutrigenomics is the study of food and its effects on gene expression.
Epigenetics is the study of how genes are turned on and off through diet, lifestyle, environment, and psycho-spiritual status.
Learning the relationship between your genes, lifestyle, and food can be a life-long tool to aid in health management.

Health plans are not one size fits all and personalized nutrition is the new in. Learning your genetic code or "instruction manual" is a tool that you can use the rest of your life. It gives you the knowledge to choose the best foods for your optimal health, what type of exercise will keep you feeling your best, and how to eat for improved weight maintenance.

Nutrigenomics is an empowering tool that will enable you to make informed lifestyle and nutritional choices that are unique to your genetic profile and wellness goals.

Information from 23andMe or Ancestary.com is uploaded into a program that provides a comprehensive genetic report. This report identifies a wide range of clinically relevant traits with updated scientific ratings. Programs used will not sell, share, or rent any of your information. Programs are HIPPA compliant.

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The genetic health report reviews SNP's (single nucleotide polymorphisms) in the following areas:

Vitamins, Minerals, Omega-3s, Methylation, Detoxification, Glucose Metabolism, Metabolic & Weight Management, Cognition, Immune Health, Energy & Fitness, Cardiovascular Health, and Gastrointestinal.

This information is not for diagnosing a disease, but it does give you recommendations on diet and lifestyle changes you can make related to your genetic risk factors.

Information in the report is evidence-based meaning it comes from sound research and not opinions.