Staying mentally and physically healthy can help keep you feeling and looking younger when you're just getting used to the idea that gravity is working against you and wrinkles are appearing and here to stay. You strive to keep doing what you enjoy doing. Maybe that includes yoga, barre, walking, hiking, running, or any of the other activities available to you. You do your best to stay as fit as time and motivation allows. You eat healthy, despite that definition changing almost daily. And, it's very important that you at least keep what you have and not lose ground unnecessarily.
At this point, you've tried every fad diet and exercise program trying to maintain a level of fitness with less effort and more enjoyment. You are realizing this task is harder now than before thanks to your changing metabolism and lower energy levels. The reality is that what you've tried, what you've seen celebrities promoting and the books you've read, aren't exactly right for you. Why is this? What can you do, and where do you start?
What if you could unlock your unique biological puzzle and know exactly what was required to maintain your current health level for the long haul? What if you were given the gift of knowledge to know precisely what you needed to do, or not do, to safely and efficiently achieve optimal health? Consider learning from your genes.
It is time to step up your efforts!
The science of your DNA testing will give you:
EXERCISE THE RIGHT WAY - Let your body's DNA define what you do. If you are in the pursuit of your optimal fitness level, a ‘plateau’ can set you back. We may not like it, but It happens. Working out harder is not always the answer and can still produce marginal results. The missing piece of the puzzle may be knowing your genotype. Your test results will: