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You’ll be What You Eat

By New You Editorial
Posted On Jan 27, 2017
You’ll be What You Eat

If you’ve been through the low fat, low glycemic, and blood type diets and seen less than promising results, perhaps it’s time to branch out. Nutrigenomics offers a scientific basis for rational, customized nutrition recommendations. Certain foods have a tendency to spark abnormalities and trigger the excess production of cholesterol, sugar, hormones, and a host of inflammatory factors. Genetic testing identifies “gene defects” and crafts a personalized diet to fit your genetic blueprint. Your doctor can provide testing and determine your genetic makeup, then map out the ideal nutritional program to optimize your health.