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Do Your Genes Define Your Destiny?

DNA- Genes- SNP’s- Mutations. We are seeing these terms used everywhere! So what is all the fuss?

The reason for the stir is from 1993-2003 information collected from the Human Genome Project mapped and sequenced over 90% of the human genome. The human genome is the total set of genes in our body.

So what? This exciting science that assembled experts in engineering, biology, and computer science among other areas to define the blueprint of DNA and all smaller units of nucleotides…which make our genetic code…. the blueprint that gives instructions to over 50 TRILLON cells!!!

So why is this a big deal? This discovery defined the human genome which is roughly 20,000 genes and variations of the genes which explain why no two people are the same. Genetic variations account for many inherited traits such as hair color, weight, blood type and nutrient assimilation.

This science has been able to translate into nutrition! It is called nutrigenomics! The study of how food affects a person's genes, and how a person's genes affect the way the body responds to food.

In short, the influence of food on genetic expression- what turns on or turns off genes from expressing. In short, it is the interaction between our genes and the nutrients in the foods we eat!

Nutrigenomics is used to learn more about how genes and diet together may affect a person's health and risk of developing diseases.

Knowledge is power. By knowing your genetic information equips you with a deeper understanding and insights that can improve your health and live your life to the fullest!

Your genes are completely unique and to be able to read “Your Blueprint” will empower you to make decisions based on what is best for your health plan.

I am very excited to introduce Reveal My DNA Comprehensive Nutritional Test to clients! This tests for 92 genes that will provide dietary and nutritional recommendations specifically for you!

Contact Krager Wellness for more information!

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