Genetic Insights you can use
Let your genetics show you how to eat and exercise right
We’ve all seen the DNA tests that can tell you if you’re distant cousins with Genghis Khan or pre-disposed to certain diseases, but what about insights you can actually use? The FiT iQ™ test provides a personalized report and diet plan with powerful information to help you plan your diet and workouts and better understand your overall health and wellness.
FiT iQ™ is available online, at CVS, Walmart, Meijers, and on Amazon
Collect your DNA with our easy-to-use cheek swab and follow the instructions in the kit
View/download your results on desktop, mobile, and tablet
Utilize your personal DNA insights to create a better diet and exercise regimen
Eat and exercise smarter with FiT iQ™
The matching diet type is based upon one’s genetics and evidence-based research related to metabolism and absorption of macro-nutrients (protein, fat, carbohydrates).
“Decreased” means one has a greater likelihood of having decreased blood levels of Omega fats. Thus, it is beneficial to increase intake of foods high in these.
A “fast or slow metabolizer” is referring to caffeine metabolism specifically. It is not a statement about one’s overall metabolism.
It is neither “good” nor “bad”. Slow metabolizer means one may be more sensitive to caffeine and so, for example, it may be wise to not consume caffeine later in the day as it may affect sleeping patterns.
This trait refers to an increased likelihood of lactose intolerance; however, it is not a diagnosis of lactose intolerance. Thus, it is important to carefully observe food reactions, and discuss perceived symptoms with a healthcare professional to determine dietary recommendations.
If you have the weight loss regain gene, you have to be more diligent to exercise and keep a healthy diet to reach and maintain your weight goal over time. Adopting the key principles of the matching diet and exercise as a lifestyle is essential.