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Lifetime Genetics Program - Sports and Nutrition

Product Name : Lifetime Genetics Program - Sports and Nutrition
SKU Code : DNAP04
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Welocity Lifetime Genetics Program - Sports and Nutrition With Gene Banking

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PREMIUM DNA SALIVA SAMPLE COLLECTION KIT (MADE IN CANADA)

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FREE DISPATCH OF DNA KIT
ACROSS INDIA
(COURIER)

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YOUR LIFETIME GENETICS PROGRAM REPORT (SOFT COPY / PDF)

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COUNSELING SESSION FROM NUTRIGENOMICS COUNSELORS

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CUSTOMIZED ACTION (DIET) PLAN BASED ON YOUR LGP REPORT

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WELOCITY WELLNESS HELP DESK ASSISTANCE FOR 12 MONTHS

Lifetime Genetics Program - Sports and Nutrition comprises of the following 4 Phenotype (Parameters)

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    Ideal Weight Loss Exercise Strategy

    Should I focus on high intensity or low intensity workouts? Will running or jogging daily be more effective? Find out if walking every day is enough for you to lose weight? Intensity is measured in terms of heart rate while performing a particular exercise. Higher the heart rate while performing a exercise for example skipping or sprinting, higher is the intensity of that exercise. For some individuals high intensity is the only way to beat obesity. Find out the intensity you need to lose weight.

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    Ideal Exercise Strategy for Muscle Building

    When you visit a gym or plan your workout regime should you be lifting heavy weights and performing less repetitions or light weights and performing more repetitions? Even if you want your muscles to hypertrophy, would lifting heavy weights be a wise decision. Find out the thickness of your type II muscle fibers which hypertrophy and based on that select and optimize your workouts to get best results without incurring any injuries.

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    Muscle Damage & Exercise Recovery Time

    How much recovery time do you need between exercises to prevent muscle damage? In muscles and adipose tissue, the release of IL6 has both pro and anti-inflammatory impacts and is an essential component for muscle repair, may contribute to hypertrophy, and could be involved in glucose and lipid metabolism. Get to know your levels of inflammation in order to incorporate the ideal breaks required by your muscles between consecutive sets of exercises and between sessions of exercises.

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    Inflammation & IL6 Expression

    Are you genetically predisposed to various kinds of inflammation? Kindly know that inflammation has several ill effects on your body, including weight gain and many other serious health conditions. Did you know that you can have a precise diet based on your genotype to reduce its bad effects? Find out how?

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    Ankle Injury (Achilles Tendinopathy)

    Are your genes causing an increased stiffness and reduced flexibility in your muscles? Do you have a genetic risk for ankle injuries?

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    Knee Injury (Anterior Cruciate Ligament)

    Are your genes causing an undesirable structural change in your ligaments? ACL is an important internal stabilizer of the knee joint, restraining hyperextension. An ACL injury is the over-stretching or tearing of this ligament in the knees, this can be very painful and it takes a long time to heal. For individuals in sports and fitness, the knee is one of the most important joints and a knee injury can prevent you from playing for a long while. So find out if you have a genetic risk for knee injury?

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    Aerobic Capacity Enhancement

    Did you know that some people can actually increase the maximum volume of Oxygen their muscles can consume per minute? If you are lucky enough to carry this genotype, you will perform better at physical activities and you may find that you can run faster than your initial capacity.

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    Risk of Muscle Cramps

    Calves, Quadriceps, Hamstrings & ligament Injury: Are your genes causing reduced tensile strength and increased stiffness of your ligaments in your calves, hamstrings and quadriceps? Exercise Associated Muscle Cramping is defined as a syndrome of involuntary painful skeletal muscle spasms that occurs during or immediately after physical exercise. It is common among athletes participating in long-distance endurance events such as triathlon and marathon, and many other sports like basketball, football, tennis, cricket, cycling. One of the inherent risk factors for EAMC is genetics. Find out if you have a genetic risk for getting muscle cramps?

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    Lifetime Risk for Vitamin B12 Deficiency

    Are you absorbing adequate amount of B12 from foods? Does your body have problem in absorbing Vitamin B12? Did you know that people with diabetes are more prone for Vitamin B12 deficiency? And importantly, did you know that your genotype can identify the root cause of your Vitamin B12 deficiency and help in determining your base line risk, unlike a blood test? Based on research, find out which foods would assist you in absorption of Vitamin B12 and exactly what quantity of Vitamin B12 supplementation your body needs?

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    Lifetime Risk for vitamin D Deficiency

    Are you afraid of getting Osteoporosis? Did you know that your genes play a vital role in transporting Vitamin D in your bloodstream to where it is needed? In fact, you may be suffering from Vitamin-D deficiency in spite of having normal levels of Vitamin-D in your blood test results. Hence, find out the root cause of your Vitamin-D deficiency related health conditions such as muscle weakness, fatigue, osteoporosis etc. Also, Vitamin-D deficiency can increase your risk for diabetes.

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    Lifetime Risk for Vitamin A Deficiency & Hypothyroidism

    Are you suffering from hypothyroidism or other conditions like liver disorders, high LDL cholesterol, loss of pancreatic β-cell mass, vision problems, low resistance to infections, weight gain, skin problems, brittle teeth and inflammation? Did you know that these symptoms among others can be caused by Vitamin A deficiency? Hence find out your lifetime risk based on your genetics. Pay attention particularly if you are a vegetarian since vegetarians carry a greater risk. Also find out targeted solutions if you carry the unfavorable genetic variant.

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    Gluten Intolerance

    Did you know that some people have an autoimmune reaction when they consume foods such as roti, bread etc. that contains gluten (wheat, barley or rye)? Find out if you are allergic to wheat, barley or rye? Did you know that your villi in the small intestine can get inflamed and cause mal-absorption of other essential nutrients causing all sorts of health conditions? Did you know that gluten intolerance can hinder weight loss? Find out if you should be going on a gluten free diet.

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    Lactose Intolerance

    Do you love milk, ice cream and other dairy products? Did you know that lactose (natural sugar found in milk and dairy products) can create health challenges such as burps, gas, bloating, nausea, diarrhea, belly pain and even cramps, if not digested by your body? Find out if your small intestine is making enough of lactase, an enzyme that breaks down or digest lactose? Find out if you are sensitive to milk and dairy and can your body digests milk and other dairy products?

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    Blood Pressure & Heart Attack Response to Caffeine

    Did you know that based on your genotype consuming caffeine (found in coffee, aerated drinks, chocolates etc.) can cause a heart attack and high blood pressure / hypertension? Find out what causes heart attack and hyper tension and how to prevent it?

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Lifetime Genetics Program comes with gene banking facility which means you can get all your future DNA tests done with the same sample that has been collected once. Yes, there is no need of sending sample every time you opt for a DNA test. What’s more, your test report will be delivered to you within 48 working hours.