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Game Changer--Factor 75 + AGS Health & Wellness DNA Testing on Windy City Live

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 15, 2017 11:47:45 AM / by The AGS Team posted in Achieve Optimal Fitness and Health, windy city 4 min read time

This is a game changer for your health...

On December 14th, Advanced Genomic Solutions (AGS) and Factor 75 (F75) were featured on Chicago’s most watched news TV show - Windy City Live, ABC Channel 7's "Made in Chicago" segment. Factor 75 owner and former MMA fighter, Nick Wernimont was live with the hosts to discuss F75's exciting partnership with AGS. Weeks before this segment aired the news anchors had taken the AGS Health & Wellness Genetic tests and each had already had their consultation with both AGS's nutritionist Sharon Brack as well as one of F75's dietitians. Nick highlighted each Windy City Live anchor’s unique genetic differences and similarities in nutrition, supplements, and exercise.

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Optimal Fitness: How Fit Are You?

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 6, 2017 3:12:40 PM / by Kendall Utter posted in Achieve Optimal Fitness and Health 2 min read time

"...How Fit am I?":

I asked myself 'How fit am I?' the other day and I quickly answered 'I am a fit person'. Then I asked myself 'Am I at my optimal fitness level?' ... and sadly, I had to answer 'No...'.

At first, I wasn’t sure what it meant to be at optimal fitness. So, of course, I looked it up. Let's just say I was not expecting what I found. 

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How To Genetically Optimize Your Nutrition And Fitness!

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 24, 2017 3:05:50 PM / by Tina Chow posted in Achieve Optimal Fitness and Health 4 min read time

This article is reposted by permission of the author. It originally appeared August 23nd, in Tina Chow's blog @fitchickscook.


"When I was younger, I am talking about when I was in my teens or early twenties, I used to chow down buffets all the time and not worry about weight gain. Now in my 30s, over eating is not a very comfortable feeling for both my stomach or my pant size.

I recently partnered with AGS Health to do a DNA test. The information gathered from this test is marketed as a way to help me to make smarter lifestyle choices and improve my health. I first mailed a sample of my DNA to AGS-Health and they analyzed the results and submitted a report to me. This report covered my particular food sensitivities and even suggestions on how to then tailor my nutrition and fitness needs to my personal biology and genetic makeup. It was an interesting read for sure and there were some things I was shocked about and some facts I already assumed to be true. I’ve summarized a few interesting bits of information below.


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Crossfitters Can Now Alter Their WOD Based on Their DNA Test Results

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 31, 2017 9:20:41 AM / by Kendall Utter posted in Achieve Optimal Fitness and Health, Crossfit 2 min read time

Did you know that if you're a Crossfitter, that you can alter your WOD based on your genes?


In 2000, Greg Glassman started the fitness program that is known today as Crossfit; little did he know he would be starting a complete fitness revolution. With more than 13,000 boxes (gyms) nationwide, this Spartan-like workout regimen has taken over, with a near cult-like following. Crossfit is based off of challenging workouts, aka WODs (Workout of the day) that manages to keep you on the edge of your seat.

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What Vitamins Should I Take Daily?

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 6, 2017 8:07:10 AM / by Alex Olson posted in Achieve Optimal Fitness and Health, DNA Testing, Vitamins 3 min read time

"AGS' Health and Wellness Genetic testing will show YOU which vitamins you may need"

Vitamins are needed for a number of reasons and our bodies would not function without them. On a daily basis we eat foods with vitamins especially fruits and vegetables, but when we don’t eat enough of these foods, we miss essential nutrients. This is a problem because these nutrients can lower our risk for heart disease, stroke, cancer, to keep our immune system healthy, and other health conditions.

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