Vitamins

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As we predominantly source vitamins from our diet, the foods you eat (or avoid) can increase your risk of vitamin deficiencies; resulting in reduced health, sleep, recovery, and exercise performance.

Unlock your personal DNA to identify your risk of vitamin deficiencies and receive scientifically-backed nutrition and supplement strategies to optimize your personal vitamin levels.

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Understand how your DNA may be increasing your risk of specific vitamin deficiencies with personalized insights.

Recommendations

Optimize your vitamin levels with personalized nutrition, lifestyle, and supplement 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.

Vitamin Traits

folate conversion
vitamin a Requirement
vitamin b12 absorption
vitamin e breakdown

"FitnessGenes has helped me become healthier through an understanding of the specific vitamins that my body is genetically predisposed to need more of. Prior to taking the test, my blood work showed that my vitamin levels were suboptimal, and as a result I was struggling with fatigue.

Since making the adjustments recommended by FitnessGenes, I have more energy and my blood work has improved substantially. My naturopath was blown away by the difference within a year!"


Samantha, Canada
FitnessGenes Member

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