“I was one of the first to use DNA testing with my clients and I’ve built my entire training and nutrition business with KarmaLife DNA information as the foundation. I would not recommend a program to my clients without knowing their unique genetics. Now with KarmaLife, I know I can design a program truly right for my clients. Understanding where my clients are genetically strong or weak gives me confidence in creating programs that I know will provide results!”
– Carmen Tocheniuk, IFBB Professional Athlete
“KarmaLife has enabled me and my clients to assess, program and re-evaluate their health and fitness goals based on the powerful impact of knowing your genetic predispositions and using epigenetics to make smarter decisions in all aspects of their health.
Understanding our biological blueprint can have a profound impact on our health, fitness, and longevity.”
– Sarah Jamieson, Moveolution
The most comprehensive DNA test on the market.
We test more than 150 genetic markers related to diet and fitness to give you an in-depth look at your clients’ health and wellness needs. Knowing your client’s body to this degree will enable you to make smarter choices for their health. Why settle for less?
Diet Management: How your body burns fat, your sensitivity to carbohydrates and insulin, your cholesterol regulation, and your protein requirements to help determine your optimum diet.
Weight Response: Your body’s ability to control body mass index (BMI).
Food Tolerances: Your tolerances to alcohol, sugar cravings, sweet and bitter taste, caffeine, salt, lactose
Food Taste and Preferences: Your preference to consume normal amounts of caffeine, carbohydrates, fats, protein as well as your ability to prefer bitter,
Vitamins and Supplements: Your need for vitamins including vitamin A, vitamin B6, vitamin B9 (folate), vitamin B12, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E as well as your need for supplements such as Calcium, Iodine, Iron, Omega 3 and Omega 6 to stay healthy.
Reduce uncertainty and take a healthy, informed approach to
Power and Endurance: Your genetic ability for high-intensity aerobic and longer endurance activities.
Injury and Recovery: Your susceptibility to joint, ligament or tendon injuries. How effectively your muscles recover and repair after exercise and how your overall body recovers.
Exercise Performance: How well your body regulates blood pressure and utilizes energy during exercise. How well you break down nutrients for energy during exercise and how well you manage oxygen during exercise.
Exercise Response: Your body’s ability to regulate blood sugar due to exercise and how well you manage cardiovascular health.
Make exercise count! Learn the workout routine that fits your clients’ bodies and will produce the best results.