Blood sugar control

Optimize your circulating blood sugar levels to reduce your risk of type II diabetes and other lifestyle diseases.

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High blood sugar levels is the leading cause of type II diabetes. If left untreated, the circulating sugar can cause damage to our internal systems, resulting in chronic health conditions including cardiovascular disease and cancer.

Identify the genetic and lifestyle factors that may be increasing your blood sugar levels, and follow scientifically-backed recommendations to keep them within a healthy range.

Insights

Understand the specific genetic and lifestyle factors that may be increasing your risk of high blood sugar levels with personalized insights.

Recommendations

Bring and maintain your blood sugar levels within an optimal range with personalized lifestyle, diet and exercise recommendations.

Risk of sleep disturbance

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

sleep and weight gain risk

Leptin is a hormone released by fat cells that reduces appetite. Poor sensitivity to leptin can lead to overeating, accumulation of fat, and weight gain.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

sleep/wake cycle

How much chemical energy you store in fat tissue (vs. how much you lose as heat) depends on the efficiency of your metabolism.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

supporting metabolic Efficiency

How much chemical energy you store in fat tissue (vs. how much you lose as heat) depends on the efficiency of your metabolism.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

supporting metabolic Efficiency

How much chemical energy you store in fat tissue (vs. how much you lose as heat) depends on the efficiency of your metabolism.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

supporting metabolic Efficiency

How much chemical energy you store in fat tissue (vs. how much you lose as heat) depends on the efficiency of your metabolism.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

Reducing visceral Fat (sex hormones)

Suboptimal levels of sex hormones (e.g. testosterone, estrogen) can promote inflammation and the build-up of visceral fat, making it harder to lose weight.

Blood Sugar Control Traits

Fasting blood glucose level
insulin function
insulin processing (PCSK1)
Melatonin, sleep & glucose

"There have been a bunch of small tweaks I have made based on FitnessGenes insights that have made significant improvements to my wellbeing.

Through my results I saw that I had a couple of different factors that increase my risk of binging on sugar in the evenings, which tracked with personal experience.

Based on the recommended actions I was able to reduce my sugar intake significantly, which has been beneficial for my cardiovascular health, which FitnessGenes identified as at higher risk than average. My grandfather passed away at 63 in a cardiac arrest event - I have no desire to follow in his footsteps."


Ben, United States
FitnessGenes Member

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