Do you feel like your diet and exercise routines have hit a plateau? Has it become one big guessing game? Are you exercising more now than ever and not losing the weight you want? Are you eating less and still gaining?
If you answered yes to any of these, it might be your DNA that’s holding you back. Everyone has a different genetic makeup so diet and fitness plans should never be one-size-fits-all.
The Home DNA Healthy Weight Test can help provide answers and solutions for reaching your health and fitness goals. Home DNA tests are available for purchase at CVS and RiteAid drugstores.
Swab samples are mailed to the team of experts at DNA Diagnostic Center (DDC) and results are sent within a few weeks providing detailed information on your 1) Ability to Lose Weight 2) Food 3) Nutrients 4) Response to Exercise.
Overall, I would consider myself healthy. I try to eat well and exercise occasionally, but I also find myself tired almost all of the time. After reviewing my DNA results, I realized some of my vitamin levels are low or below average.
The first step in improving my overall health, stock up on nutrient-rich foods and take daily vitamins. And guess what, I already feel better. My energy levels seem higher and I haven’t been craving junk food in the afternoon. I also love the personalized diet and exercise plans they provided me.
I’ve started eating a more nutritious breakfast in the morning which I feel has aided in my overall energy and alertness throughout the day.
I will continue to comb through my results and make necessary changes to live the healthiest and best life possible. I’ll update my progress as the weeks, months and years go by, but you too should also see if your DNA could be holding you back from reaching your goals.
*I was provided a sample HomeDNA Healthy Weight test, and all opinions expressed are my own.
*DDC ensures results and DNA data are not shared; all private information is confidential and protected.
**Before attempting any of the recommendations offered within the DNA report, one should consult with a physician (all categories), licensed professional trainer (exercise category), and/or a dietitian/nutritionist (food/nutrients categories). This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Genetics are just one factor in overall health—personal habits, environmental influences, and other factors are also contributors.
**Not sold in NY and MD due to state regulations
AndysWorldJourneysMay 12, 2018 at 10:14 am
wow thats rather detailed. Have you considered your low energy is mainly because you don’t get enough refined sugar??? 😀
Rochelle SiegelMay 13, 2018 at 6:01 pm
No, I haven’t thought of that. I’m trying to eat healthier all around now and get more sleep.