Do Your Genes Fit? Molecular Fitness is your genetic owner’s manual for a healthier life. Learn MoreBuy Your Kit Now Start with a simple cheek swab. Molecular Fitness is your road map to your fitness goals. We use state-of-the-art technology to decode your genetic code, and apply years of research to create a nutrition and fitness plan uniquely designed for you. Your genetics determine how your body processes certain nutrients and they determine how you respond to different types of activity. By making yourself aware of these details, you can optimize your daily routine to ensure that your fitness and health goals are not only met, but exceeded. Getting your results is fast and easy When you place your order, we mail you a collection kit with four cheek swabs and a simple requisition form. Once you’ve collected your samples, you then mail the samples back to our lab in a pre-paid envelope. When we’ve processed your results, you’ll receive an email with a link to download your results. Knowledge at your fingertips Your Molecular Fitness results can take your regimen to the next level. Your report includes detailed and unique recommendations that can help you eat better, train better, and live better. Some of the topics covered by your Molecular Fitness report include: Aerobic Potential Muscle Performance Weight Regain after Dieting Dopamine and Food Reward Caffeine Metabolism Folate and MTHFR Remember that this isn’t a “one-size-fits-all” approach to wellness and nutrition. This is Molecular Fitness, a guide to how your body responds to diet and exercise based on your unique gene profile. Click for an example report page. “If we would have had this information from the very beginning of my training, I can only imagine how much further I would be and how different my progress would have been!” DANIELLE H. Molecular Fitness Success Story Train your body to burn fat As a result of genetics, some people will experience greater benefits with certain types of exercises. These genetic variants affect how fat is transported in the blood and where fat is stored for muscles to use as energy. Find out if your genotype is associated with increased fat loss and increased muscle mass with resistance training. In this case, fat is more likely to be stored inside the muscle (intramuscularly) rather than under the skin (subcutaneously) as with other genotypes. This allows your muscles to more easily utilize the fat for energy as well as gives the appearance of more toned muscles in response to training. Learn how to train more efficiently for your genotype.