Striving to Look & Feel Better? Learn how genes influence response to diet, exercise, & nutr
If you are striving to be healthy or lose weight, Pathway Fit® allows you to more accurately identify your body’s needs, providing the power to understand your metabolism, eating behaviors and responses to exercise.
The Pathway Fit ® report provides personalized information and recommendations based on your genetics to assist you in achieving the following goals:
• Understand your metabolism and dietary traits
• Optimize the effects of physical activity and exercise
• Enhance the nutritional balance of your diet
Pathway Fit® is the most comprehensive test of its kind in the world. It’s a genetic nutrition and exercise profile that tells you how you may react to specific types of food and exercise, and provides insights into how your body may process sugars, fats, nutrients and vitamins. Pathway provides a personalized report that has powerful information and recommendations — all aimed at helping you optimize your health.
By analyzing your genetic code, along with answers to a lifestyle questionnaire, the Pathway Fit report gives you the power to understand your metabolism, eating behaviors, and your response to exercise, as well as the best ways to reach and maintain a healthy weight and lifestyle.
Personalize your diet with genetics. The way we eat, how our bodies process foods, and our overall health are impacted by our genetics. Scientific studies have shown that the consumption of particular nutrients may turn certain genes on or off. Diet results are calculated to help select the best diet for you.
Eating behaviors can have as much effect on health as our diet. Some of our behaviors are influenced by our genetics. Through the Pathway Fit report, we describe certain genetic markers that are associated with eating behaviors, such as excessive snacking and difficulty feeling full. With this information, you and your physician can modify your lifestyle to achieve ultimate wellness.
Your genetics may impact how your body responds to some foods. We report on genetic markers associated with caffeine metabolism, bitter and sweet taste sensitivity, as well as lactose intolerance and alcohol flush.
The contents of this blog are intended for educational purposes only. The information presented here is not a substitute for proper medical attention, diagnosis, or treatment by a qualified healthcare professional. Always seek the advice of your healthcare provider before starting or making any changes to an existing treatment plan, exercise program or dietary regimen, and before using nutritional supplements.
~ Dr. Sarah Williams ~ Concord & Nantucket, Massachusetts ~