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Food Sensitivity Test

Food Sensitivity Test

Your immune system does a great job of protecting us against bacteria, viruses, parasites and other harmful invaders. Unfortunately it sometimes reacts to harmless material in common foods causing food sensitivities. Food sensitivity can cause a wide variety of symptoms including stomach upset, diarrhea, belly pain, rash, fatigue, headache, and more. Repeat exposure to these foods also causes chronic inflammation, which hinders metabolism and predisposes us to wide range of disease including obesity, diabetes, migraines, arthritis, eczema, asthma, chronic fatigue, and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). As many as 80% of people have at least one food sensitivity or intolerance, but most of the time these they are not recognized. You may unknowingly be subjecting your body to foods that are causing symptoms are putting you at increased risk of disease. Testing for food sensitivities will help you avoid these foods and improve your overall health.

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Pathway Fit Genomic Testing

Pathway Fit Genomic Testing

Every person’s body reacts differently to specific foods and exercises. PathwayFIT analyzes over 80 genetic markers known to impact metabolism, exercise and energy use within the human body. This test provides personal insight about how your body processes sugars, fats, vitamins and nutrients and how it responds to exercise based upon your genetics. Whether your goal is to lose weight, build muscle, or just stay fit, we can provide you with specific diet and exercise plans catered to both your genetics and your health goals.

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Telomeres Testing

Telomeres Testing

Telomeres are sections of DNA within every cell that get shorter every time the cell replicates; shorter telomeres mean a shorter life span for our cells. The role of telomere length in the aging process is not entirely clear, however telomere shortening has been associated with aging, mortality and aging-related diseases. By measuring your telomere length, we can gain insight to your so-called “cellular age” and provide lifestyle recommendations to halt or even reverse the process of telomere shortening.

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