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DNA Report

The GenoVive process begins with a simple cheek swab DNA test which reveals a genetic profile for key markers related to nutrition, fitness, and behavior. GenoVive’s DNA Report empowers your patient with a customized weight loss plan that works best with their DNA.




Individuals express great genetic variability in the way they process fats, carbohydrates and proteins. The proportion of these macronutrients in our daily diet plays a key role in maintaining healthy weight, optimal energy levels, and overall wellbeing.


DNA plays a large role in determining the ideal intensity and duration of exercise needed to maintain optimal weight, energy levels, and overall health. GenoVive provides fitness recommendations based on an individual’s genetic blueprint.



Our eating behavior results from a complex interaction of factors including genetics, past experience, and the present environment. The tendency to develop and maintain healthy eating habits varies greatly from person to person and genetics plays an important role.

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Corporate Wellness Programs

With more attention focused on nutrition and overall health, research is beginning to show a link between the nutrition and exercise of people in the workforce and how it affects overall productivity. Even though wellness programs require investments up front, large companies should subsidize these programs because they will save companies money in the long run, improve overall workforce productivity, and enhance employee morale. In order to support the position, research included interviews, online articles, and workplace observations. Large corporations who have not already implemented a wellness program should do so to ensure maximum productivity and all around healthy, positive, and hard-working employees.

Wellness programs are being implemented across the country in large and small companies, and the results are positively impacting the bottom line.“Research is showing that it’s more cost-effective to invest in preventive health practices, such as screenings, immunizations, health risk appraisals, behavioral coaching, and health awareness/education, rather than spending resources exclusively on the small minority of employees/dependents who are responsible for high-cost health claims.” A U.S. Department of Health and Human Services report revealed that at worksites with exercise programs as components of their wellness programs, healthcare costs decreased from 20 to 55%, short-term sick leave was lowered from 38 to 32%, and productivity increased from 50 to 52%.

GenoVive can provide a valuable addition to your corporate wellness strategy.  Contact us to find out more about how easy it is to make GenoVive part of your program.

Survival of the Fittest

-by Barbara Ainsworth, PhD, MPH, FACSM, FNAK

Former President for the ACSMLead Author of the Compedium of PA for METsMember of GenoVive Scientific Advisory Board


The key to successful weight management involves a balance of healthy eating and appropriate physical activity. One key to healthy weight loss is to reduce calorie intake while eating nutrient-rich foods which contribute to overall health. Another key is to increase calorie expenditure through appropriate and regular physical activity. According to the National Physical Activity Guidelines, the optimal amount of physical activity recommended for weight management is at least 150 minutes per week (30 min/day for 5 days/week) of moderate intensity aerobic activity, 75 minutes per week (15min/day for 5 days/week) of vigorous activity, or a combination of the two intensities of activity. A minimum of two days per week of weight training is also important for strength and optimal health.
The MET System

One of the easiest systems for measuring the intensity of a physical activity is the Metabolic Equivalent Task (MET) method. The energy cost of many activities has been determined, usually by monitoring the oxygen consumption during the activity, to determine an average oxygen uptake per unit of time. This value is then compared to the resting oxygen uptake. One MET is the energy expended at rest, two METs indicates the energy expended is twice that at rest, three METs is triple the resting energy expenditure, etc. the MET system is an excellent way to plan and monitor an exercise plan.

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While the physical activity prescription is straight forward and offers choice for the type and intensity of health-enhancing physical activities, one may want to know which type of activity is best for them, moderate-intensity or vigorous-intensity activities. Long-slow distance or high-intensity sprint activities? Any activity is better than nothing. And at the least, standing is better than sitting for expanding calories and optimizing your health. However, based on your genetic makeup, your body may be more receptive of moderate or vigorous-intensity activity for supporting weight management.

Think about the concept of survival of the fittest regarding your body’s genetic makeup. Some people have genetic variations (gene variants) that predispose them to storing fat, forming fat cells, and preferentially using fat or carbohydrate for energy. Your gene variants may also play a role in how your body responds to activity levels, including different durations and intensities of physical activity. For example, some variants of the FTO gene that predispose a person for weight gain may also be most responsive to regular, sustained, moderate-intensity physical activity for creating energy from fuel stores. This is consistent with the recommendation from the National Physical Activity Guidelines that “double the duration is better for weight loss”, advising people to aim for 30 minutes per week of moderate intensity activity, or one hour per day of brisk walking or the equivalent type of activity.

Other gene variants may be especially receptive to higher-intensity physical activity for mobilizing fuel during exercise, thus aiding in weight management. Adults with selected variants of the ACE gene have shown improvements in body weight, including increase in lean muscle mass, cardiovascular, and metabolic profiles following higher intensity activity programs in line with ghigher intensity activity programs in line with the recommended dose of 75 minutes/week of vigorous-intensity activity. Regular weight training and high-intensity interval training (HIIT) are excellent examples of vigorous-intensity physical activity. Regardless of y our personal genotype, regular physical activity is beneficial for weight loss and essential to maintain weight loss. But, knowing the specific genetic variants for key metabolic genes can give you added information about how you can tailor your exercise routine to optimize your results.


Nutrigenomics and Weight Management

An ongoing clinical trial has shown that people placed on a diet appropriate to their genetic profile can lose up to 76% more weight. A leader in personalized nutrition, GenoVive has employed world-renowned experts in nutritional genomics, genetics, biochemistry and food science, to develop a comprehensive weight loss program tailored to an individual’s unique DNA profile.

Nutrigenomics is a branch of nutritional genomics and is the study of the effects of foods and food constituents on gene expression. This means that nutrigenomics is research focusing on identifying and understanding molecular-level interaction between nutrients and other dietary bioactives with the genome. Nutrigenomics has also been described by the influence of genetic variation on nutrition, by correlating gene expression or SNPs with a nutrient’s absorption, metabolism, elimination or biological effects. By doing so, nutrigenomics aims to develop rational means to optimise nutrition with respect to the subject’s genotype.

Individuals eating identical meals vary substantially in their processing macronutrients. Personalized nutrition and fitness programs created with the help of genetic data integrate parameters such as dietary habits, physical activity, and behavioral traits may provide a healthier, more efficient path to successful weight management.

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