Attempting to find the right diet and exercise program is confusing, especially when there are so many different opinions about the correct way: Paleo Diet, Ketogenic Diet, Mediterranean Diet…. which is right for you? 

Genetic testing looks at your unique chemistry and can provide a tailored diet and exercise program that eliminates the guess work involved in weight loss.

The research behind genetic testing for lifestyle and wellness improvement has progressed dramatically. Specific genes can identify how the body processes carbohydrates, fats, proteins, and micro-nutrients as well as determine the effectiveness of different types of fitness. 

In addition, it is a guide to understanding how the body uses food and what foods work best for you. 

A 2010 Stanford University Study shows that women on genetically appropriate diets lose significantly more weight. People on genetically appropriate diets lose twice (2x) the number of waist inches compared to those who guess. 

Genetic testing to support Weight Loss includes a laboratory analysis of your DNA sample including 48 genetic markers.

The Genetic Report includes:

  • Analysis of 16 genetic traits related to weight loss
  • Food recommendations, including macronutrient breakdown and caloric needs
  • Nutrient recommendations, including supplement suggestions
  • Exercise recommendations, including cardio and strength training
  • Supporting scientific research

Diets are not unique to you but your DNA is. Possible benefits to genetic testing for Weight Loss may include:

  • Weight management
  • Disease prevention
  • Maximizing energy
  • Improvement to overall health
If you are interested in Dr. Melanie’s Genetic Weight Loss Program, please call (317) 344-9840 or request an appointment
Dr. Melanie loves to educate others on the benefits of holistic, naturopathic practices.
Her experience in the natural health field ranges on various health issues — such as stress, fatigue, insomnia, weight loss, hormone imbalances, and digestive issues. 


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