Isn’t genetic testing just for genetic testing’s sake? Will I be able to use any of that information practically?
Like the question above, a genetic test’s results don’t just stand alone. They can be used to make patient care much more personalized, can help determine better foods to eat, can influence better lifestyle choices, can lead to more targeted screening and testing, can point the way towards the best supplements, and more. Genetic testing isn’t something to take in isolation, but can be incorporated into the portfolio of healthcare approaches.
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I'm Elaine Valenza, a certified nutrition therapy practitioner (CNTP), functional medicine supplement educator, and former natural foods manufacturer. I began my career working in the pharmaceutical industry. I transitioned into natural medicine over 15 years ago when my son was young and had health problems due to gluten and other food allergies. Since then, I've remained passionate about healing the body with whole foods and other holistic modalities. I have formulated many gluten-free & dairy-free health products that have been sold nationwide and I love sharing my passion for health and wellness through patient care and education. I'm passionate about longevity and how diet and environment can influence the way we live and feel younger. I'm a mother of two, a chronic dog adopter, and love sports, travel, and photography.
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