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I’m eating for my genes. Why? To heal stomach issues!

Welcome to my journey, I'm Amanda Bertone. Oh, I cannot begin to start to express my excitement over Fitgenetix and the promise it is giving me. So a little bit about me, my name is Amanda Bertone and I am a Fitgenetix Ambassador. Beyond that, my history is competitive bodybuilding through NPC Oklahoma, fitness model, gym owner, 3 college degrees…
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The rising of the silent fatty liver epidemic: a call for action

Guest blog: Juan Carlos Lopez Talavera, MD, PhD (Ready full bio below). Chronic liver diseases are very common worldwide and have become a major global health issue. Data from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2013 showed that deaths due to liver diseases have increased 46% since 1990, being the 5th most frequent cause of death (3.7% of the population) accounting…
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Want to train like an athlete? Your genetics influence your workouts!

If you are a gym-goer and happen to wander to the free weights section of the gym, you may hear things like this, “c’mon bro add another plate to look like me” or “hey, you got to try my protein shake." Here's the deal, what may work for your gym buddy may not be the best routine or supplement for…
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You Are What You Eat, Fitgenetix Review From A Health Nut

You are what you eat. I recently discovered that this is more than just a phrase. It’s true, even on a genetic level.  Everyone is affected by foods differently, different proteins and sugars are processed by our bodies in unique ways. I have learned over the years that one size fits all diets aren’t effective. On my quest for another…
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Your Genetics Could Help Cure Chronic Conditions

Your genetics play a role not only in causing chronic conditions but they also hold the key to your cure. Your genes don’t determine your fate but genes can determine food optimal for controlling those aliments. Many people believe diseases such as; high blood pressure, heart disease, arthritis, diabetes and stroke are the unavoidable consequences inherited by your family. However,…
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Study: Obesity and diabetes played role in 800,000 cancer cases

With the Holidays near, it's a good reminder to be mindful of the amount of sugar and sweets you're intaking. The American Diabetes Association has recommended serious lifestyle changes can help prevent type 2 diabetes, even if you've been diagnosed with pre-diabetes. Being aware is key to be pro-active with your actions and to take control of your health! Diabetes…
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Having trouble losing weight? It’s not you, it’s your genes!

Do you keep trying to lose weight, but nothing happens? It’s not your fault! There are over 200 different diets available today. To list a few, here are some calorie restriction diets: intermittent fasting, cookie diet, Nutrisystems, Weight Watchers, the Hacker's diet by John Walker.  Then there are the low-fat diets: Atkins diet, Dukan, South Beach, the list goes on…
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Fitgenetix, DNA Smart Living

Welcome to Fitgenetix,  I’m Lee Akay, the founder. Fitgenetix was created out of a strong personal desire to bring the latest proven health and fitness technologies to everyday people like you and me. Having been involved in cutting-edge technologies for most of my professional career, I was acutely aware of the lag time confronting healthcare technologies for everyday use. I…
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20 Inspiring Entrepreneurs Improving Health For All

The healthcare industry will continue to be disrupted By Drew Hendricks Contributor, Inc.com @DrewAHendricks Healthcare in the United States and across the globe continues to improve, innovate and change how we handle and deal with our health on a daily basis. We used to only dream about a time when doctors could use 4D technology to monitor the blood flow…
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