Metabolic DNA home swab kit, Emailed Metabolic Report and Physican Review and Report
Research has demonstrated that people desiring to lose weight do so better, and see better overall health outcomes, when assisted with a DNA report that helps to optimize their food choices and exercise types.* Additionally, a study conducted by the NIH found that coached support of weight loss goals resulted in significantly more weight lost compared to programs with no coaching or one-on-one guidance.**
Your kit includes 2 easy-to-use cheek swabs, with full instructions, laboratory packaging and a postage-paid envelope. Your full 51-page report, emailed upon completion of your lab results, includes YOUR genetically favored macros (amounts of Healthy Fats, Proteins, and Carbs/Starches you should consume per day), along with serving sizes and food lists specific to YOU; PLUS a description of your genetic factors that relate to healthy behaviors. Additionally, the report will provide exercise guidance specific to YOUR DNA to keep you in a fat burning metabolism. The report is user-friendly, beautifully illustrated and laid out, and is emailed you within 3-4 weeks.
Dr. Angela Hanley, a chiropractic physician with 22 years of nutritional coaching experience, will review your 51-page report over a secure TeleHealth video call. In that call you will review:
- Macros Optimized for your Genetic Makeup, and how to use your food preferences to meet those new goals
- Behavior indicators; provide insight as to IF and HOW you’ve struggled in the past to make good choices based on genetic information
- Ideal exercise guidance
- Food sensitivity insight***
You’ll cover your report information in a private 60-minute TeleHealth call with Dr. Hanley, as well one follow-up 30-minute TeleHealth call (to be scheduled within 30 days of your first video call), to check your progress and have your questions answered.
***This is NOT a food sensitivity test, and is not meant to be or to replace allergy for food sensitivity testing. This test kit and its report is for informational purposes only and should not be considered medical advice.