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What is Your DNA Telling You?

Understanding your own unique DNA language is the single most powerful tool to enhancing your personal health, fitness, energy and vitality. When you are not in harmony with your personal DNA, your body begins to tell you through troublesome symptoms such as low energy levels, aches and pains, increased mental stress, decreased clarity, hard to shift weight gain and headaches. More importantly, many chronic degenerative diseases can be prevented by acting upon the messages you receive from your DNA profile.

By having a personal Genetic Profile that tests for 40 genes associated with health and performance outcomes, you can find out your biological DNA weaknesses and strengths (that your ancestors gave you) that can be targeted with specific nutrigenomic and lifestyle interventions.

Instead of only “predictive” genetic testing that identifies the genetic risk of diseases such as dementia or breast cancer (and what can you do about it?), the Fitgenes profiling tests for 40 genes responsible for biochemical pathways and cellular responses which influences various physiological functioning of the body. Knowing these genes allows us to match your profile with the most appropriate nutrigenomic and lifestyle interventions to maximise your health and performance, and thereby prevent a whole host of diseases.

Good News! Genetic Testing and Profiling is NOW available at Beyond Good Health. Ask your practitioners about this once in a lifetime valuable genetic testing and discover your blueprint plan for true health insurance today!

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Fatigue, Weight Gain and Your Thyroid

There are many possible causes for chronic low energy, including overwork, lack of sleep, boredom, stress, depression, anemia (which results in decreased supply of oxygen to your cels), nutrient deficiencies (which can starve your cells of essential nutrients), chronic infection, disease, and sometimes, an out of balance thyroid. Located in your throat, your thyroid gland […]

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