We are learning more every day about the role genes have in our health throughout life. The “epigenetics” or the signaling of genes through environment, how we live and what we eat affects the expression of inherited genes. Just because you have a gene mutation for a particular disease doesn’t always mean you are destined to have the disease. Knowing your genetics can provide a guide to what foods you eat, the way your body responds to different exercise, what nutrients are beneficial for you, and your lifestyle habits. I like to have your genomic background along with your story and history, and possible testing to help you create a personized roadmap to achieving your goals. Let’s find out what path you should take to express the good genes you have.
Since my late 30’s…
I had consistently put on weight each year. After 10 years, I was 40-50 pounds overweight. I had no energy, and spent too much time in front of a computer and on a couch. Heart disease runs in my family and I knew I was living on borrowed time. That is when a friend of mine referred me to the netnutritionist, Gay Riley. Gay did not preach to me about my lifestyle. Instead she helped my make small modifications that helped me to stabilize my weight. I was so motivated by Gay’s techniques that I asked her to help me achieve my college weight. It seemed like an impossible task to lose 55 pounds. Gay put me a modified supplement program. The first 2 weeks were difficult, but Gay helped me to stay on track. After 40 days, I have lost 30 pounds and my goal is in sight. I feel better than I have in years, and I don’t have the cravings that I had when my diet was consumed with eating fat. Gay Riley is the best in her field. If you want to achieve life changing goals that you did not think possible then you need to contact Gay. Thank you Gay for giving me my life back.
Gay got me on track…
My dad and grandfather both had heart attacks before age 50. I have been an athlete all my life but now my job is sedentary and my weight was up. The doctor wanted me to start medicine for high blood pressure and cholesterol but I told him I wanted to try to work on it first. I am only 33! Gay suggested we do a genetic test to see what my genes could tell me about my future. The test showed I had the genes for high blood pressure, cholesterol, and inflammation. That information gave me the motivation to change, eat healthier, exercise and to get on the right supplements. Thanks Gay you knew what to do to get me on track!