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While short-term inflammation forms part of your body's natural defence response, long-term or 'chronic' inflammation can cause damage to healthy cells and increase your risk of life-limiting health conditions, including cardiovascular diseases.

Identify the genetic and lifestyle factors that may be increasing your risk of chronic inflammation and follow daily, personalized recommendations to help keep your inflammation levels within a healthy range.

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Understand the genetic and lifestyle factors that may be increasing or reducing your risk of chronic inflammation with personalized insights.

Recommendations

Minimize your risk of chronic inflammation and related lifestyle diseases with personalized lifestyle 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.

Inflammation Traits

Inflammation & IL-6 levels
APOE & inflammation
IL-10 & anti-inflammation
Gut inflammation risk (NOD2)

"I used to suffer with Crohn’s, HBP, chronic vitamin deficiencies, stomach ulcers, and skin issues. I was seeing multiple specialists and was taking multiple medications without significant improvement of my conditions. I had tried several fad diets and herbal solutions with less than stellar results. Then I decided to "hack my body" and see what my DNA says.

Through my results I found out that much of what I was recommended was causing inflammation and, with the advice given in the traits, I have been able to minimize that and boost my body’s natural processes.

I am now down to one medication for my Crohn’s and have no HPB, stomach, or skin issues. My vitamin deficiencies are less significant and overall, my health is better than it has ever been. I thank understanding how my DNA works and being able to tailor my diet to work with my body and not against it. Thank you, FitnessGenes."


Daniel, United States
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