are based on the unique combination of your genetic makeup,
and include customized dietary and nutritional supplementation
programs. Concrete information about the following seven
areas in which the link between gene variations and lifestyle
has been scientifically established are included in the
testing and recommendations:
Some genetic factors make it more likely that certain
individuals will develop heart disease. Simple, easy
to follow, advice helps reduce that risk.
- Bone Health
Certain genetic factors indicate a need for foods that
provide your bones with the nutrients they require to
stay strong. Specific foods that will help solve this
problem are listed.
Vitamin Use Many people have genetic variations
that interfere with the way their bodies use B vitamins,
an important factor in cell growth and maintenance.
Use of recommended supplements can solve this common
Genes can determine how well your body cleanses itself
of harmful toxins. If necessary, we recommend specific
foods to give your cleansing systems a healthy boost.
A genetically determined level of antioxidants controls
how well our bodies neutralize free radicals, destructive
molecules involved in aging and a variety of diseases.
Supplementation can help minimize these destructive
Depending on your genetic profile, you may need certain
foods to fight damaging inflammation.
Sensitivity If your genes increase your risk of
insulin sensitivity, we will recommend dietary and
lifestyle changes that help prevent this condition
and reduce your risk of becoming diabetic.