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General Overview

About Fitgenes Limited

Fitgenes uses DNA testing to identify a person's genetic predispositions with regard to fitness, health and nutrition. This information is combined with combined with health and risk assessments to deliver personalised, targeted health and wellness programs designed to help patients maximise their health potential. Fitgenes works through degree qualified practitioners to deliver their programs.

Fitgenes has corporate offices in Brisbane and Melbourne, Australia with certified practitioners located throughout Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Singapore, and Hong Kong and the United States.

What Fitgenes Do

Fitgenes assists people of all ages to improve their general fitness, health and nutrition using the emerging scientific technology of genetic profiling and Nutrigenomics;

Fitgenes are a leader in the area of personalised and genome-based healthcare.

Patients of their programs typically experience many positive outcomes as a direct result of undertaking a Fitgenes personalised health and wellness program, some of which include:

  • Improved ability to optimise their health and fitness;
  • Enhanced personal understanding of ‘what it takes to maintain a healthy life’;
  • Removing the frustration and guesswork associated with addressing health and fitness goals; and
  • Increased energy and vitality combined with sustainable weight loss (the trend of increased obesity across most age groupings is a recognised major health issue in the Australian and global societies).

With respect to genetic profiling, Fitgenes focuses only on the genes directly associated with the physiological functioning of the body for improving fitness, health and nutrition - as it is now possible to use genetic profiling combined with health and risk assessment to proactively target lifestyle-related health issues such as:

  • Metabolic management;
  • Weight management;
  • Diabetes;
  • Cardiovascular health;
  • Chronic inflammation;
  • Bone health;
  • Fitness and exercise.

The Fitgenes philosophy is that by knowing a person’s genetic predispositions with regard to fitness, health and nutrition, combined with health and risk assessments, their practitioners can deliver personalised, targeted health and wellness programs designed to help patients maximise their health potential.

Fitgenes Personalised Healthcare Clinic Philosophy

Their multi-disciplinary personalised health clinics integrates nutrigenetic and nutrigenomic science with personal care and attention like no other health provider.

Fitgenes offer a range of complementary services and technologies to provide patients with individual treatment plans that focus on what your body needs, rather than applying the one size fits all approach.

Their clinic team are multi-disciplinary in their approach to healthcare needs and consider each patient's requirements on a case by case basis. Trained and experienced in successfully treating a range of health issues, they can assist with:

  • Detoxification programs.
  • Hormone regulation – male and female
  • Menopausal imbalances
  • Natural fertility programs
  • Diabetes and insulin resistance
  • Irregular sleep patterns
  • Healthier ageing and knowledge for better lifestyle choices
  • Cardiovascular health and cholesterol regulation
  • Fat management and metabolism
  • Hypertension
  • Thyroid function irregularities
  • Bone health

Products

Detoxification Program

The build up of toxins in our body can have an effect on our health and wellbeing. The Fitgenes Detoxification Program (available only at their Maylands clinic) is a manageable twelve-week process of clearing your body of potentially harmful toxins based on your genetic profile. Studies show that we all carry a toxic burden, so the Fitgenes Detoxification Program is of benefit to EVERYONE, especially those who experience reoccurring health issues.

The Fitgenes Detoxification Program is tailored to your DNA and identifies how your body should be dispelling toxins and clearing the pathway toward long-term health and wellbeing.

What is your risk from these toxins?

Studies have shown the toxins in your body may impact and influence:

  • High blood pressure
  • Immune system
  • Reproduction and fertility
  • Weight and obesity
  • Cardiovascular diseases
  • Neurological diseases
  • Gastrointestinal diseases
  • Type 2 Diabetes and more.

Women's Health Programs

Natural Fertilty

These programs have been developed to support couples in all aspects of their reproductive health from pre-conception, through pregnancy and post-natally.

The aim is to support the health and well-being of couples so they can conceive naturally, have a healthy pregnancy and deliver a healthy baby.

There are a number of different programs as couples looking for basic pre-conception care have very different to needs to couples who have struggled to get pregnant after months or even years of trying, while other couples struggle with recurrent miscarriages. There is also a program to support couples through assisted reproduction such as IVF.

All of the programs and recommended protocols have been thoroughly researched.

Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)

Hormone replacement therapy has decreased since early 2001, when the long term studies detailing their risks were publicized. Hormones that are given to women as HRT are conjugated equine estrogens, essentially estrogens from a pregnant horse. They do not have the same chemical structure and are far more powerful than human estrogens. This is why many practitioners are recommending bio-identical hormones instead of HRT. HRT also includes progestins, which are synthetic progesterone. Progestins do not act like natural progesterone once in the human body.

If you are considering using HRT or are already using HRT, I encourage you to book an appointment to discuss:

  • Long term health risks of HRT.
  • Other options available, including bio-identical hormones, herbs, nutrients and lifestyle factors.
  • Testing your hormone levels.
Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy

Bio-identical hormones are increasingly being recommended to women. Bio-identical hormones are hormones that are bio-identical to your own hormones (same biochemical structure). The hormones are manufactured in a laboratory and are delivered into your body via creams, troches (placed under the tongue) or injection.

Before using bio-identical hormones it is important to:

  • Have your hormone levels checked.
  • Understand the different hormones that can be taken.
  • Understand how these hormones will act in the body.
  • Know the pros and cons of using these hormones.
  • Know how you can support your own hormone levels naturally.
  • Regularly monitor hormone levels while taking bio-identical hormones.

Bio-identical hormones have only begun to be used more recently. They do not have long term studies to confidently answer issues around their action in the body, efficacy or risks.

Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer in women. The causes of breast cancer and the treatment options are vast. I treat many women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer or have had breast cancer in the past.

The main problems I see with women who have been recently diagnosed is trying to come to terms with the shock of the diagnosis, trying to cope with the information being presented by the medical team, overwhelmed with how quickly they have to make decisions about treatment, and trying to sort through the massive amount of information on alternative therapies.

What Fitgenes offer women recently diagnosed with breast cancer:

  • An overview of the role natural therapies can play in your treatment.
  • How to integrate your natural therapies with conventional medical treatment.
  • How to prepare for and protect the body from surgery, radiation and chemotherapy.
  • How to support the body after radiation and chemotherapy.
  • Once you have finished the acute phase of treatment then there is time to do more in-depth testing and develop a long-term protocol.

Their approach to breast cancer:

  • Assessment of
    • Hormone levels.
    • Thyroid function.
    • Mineral and vitamin levels.
    • Heavy metals.
    • Liver detoxification pathways.
    • Biochemical pathways.
    • DNA damage.
  • Support Key Areas
    • Strengthen and balance your immune system.
    • Prevent inflammation.
    • Support apoptosis – your own body’s ability to destroy cancer cells.
    • Prevent spread of cancer.
    • Support liver and detoxification pathways.
    • Prevent free radicals (damage DNA).
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

PCOS is the most common endocrine disorder in women of reproductive age. It is not simply a reproductive problem but a complex endocrine disorder with many causes and many clinical presentations. Besides the reproductive complications, PCOS has many long term serious health implications.

Fitgenes approach to treating PCOS:

  • Because if its complexity a certain amount of testing is required to identify the underlying causes, but also to assess risk of other complications. It is important to assess:
    • Hormones levels.
    • Ovarian function.
    • Sex hormone binding globulins.
    • Enzyme activity.
    • Glucose and insulin levels.
    • Blood lipid profile.
    • Thyroid function.
    • Body mass index (BMI)
    • Lifestyle habits.
  • Explain the conventional medical approach to treating PCOS.
    • Surgical options.
    • Pros and cons of these types of treatments.
    • Drug options.

Re-establish regular menstrual cycle and ensure ovulation.

Endometriosis

Endometriosis is one of the most common gynecological problems. It is a leading cause of hysterectomy, is responsible for about 25% of cases of infertility, and rates of this disease are increasing in teenagers. This is a complicated disease caused by many factors.

Fitgenes approach to treating Endometriosis:

  • Assess
    • Hormones levels.
    • Endometrial tissue is stimulated by estrogen.
    • Progesterone levels impact on responsiveness of endometrial tissue to estrogen.
    • Endometrial tissue in women with endometriosis may react very differently than normal endometrial tissue. It may be overly sensitive to estrogens. It is important to understand enzyme and receptor action and not just hormone levels.
  • Immune function and immune dysregulation.
    • There is substantial evidence demonstrating the role of the immune system in endometriosis.
  • Inflammation.
    • This is an inflammatory disease and inflammatory markers are often raised.
  • Lifestyle habits.
    • Diet, stress, exercise, and exposure to xenoestrogens are all important factors.
  • Explain the conventional medical approach to treating endometriosis.
    • Drug options.
    • Surgical options.
    • Pros and cons of these types of treatments.
  • Protect fertility for women who want children in the future.
  • Reduce symptoms so you can have a more normal life.
Menopause

Your hormones are not just about having a menstrual cycle. Your hormones play an integral role in your health. They:

  • Offer cardiovascular protection.
  • Impact on your brain function and mood.
  • Impact on your immune system.
  • Are important for healthy bones.
  • Protect you from many of the chronic disease associated with ageing.
  • They are going to be living longer than previous generations. They don’t yet fully understand how changing hormone levels will impact on long term health and risk of disease as we age.

Fitgenes approach to menopause:

  • Ensure you stay healthy.
  • Assess your hormone status and create hormone balance.
  • Support other organs so they can continue hormone production.
    • The ovaries are not the only organs that produce your hormones.
    • Your adrenals, brain and kidneys can all produce hormones.
    • It is important that these other organs are healthy and have the necessary nutrients from which to make hormones.
  • Assess your risk factors as hormone levels change.
    • As hormone levels changes your whole body will be affected.
    • Important to look at increased risk of osteoporosis, Alzheimer’s etc.
    • A review of family medical history is critical.
    • Review the need for any additional tests such as blood tests, bone density.
  • Discuss options available to maintain hormone levels.
    • Natural therapies.
    • Bio-identical of natural hormone replacement therapy.
    • HRT.
  • Provide you with a written report that includes
    • In-depth review of hormone results.
    • Treatment options.
    • Recommended protocol.
    • Lifestyle changes e.g. diet, exercise that will support hormone balance.
Peri-menopause

Up to 5 years before the menstrual cycle finishes, hormone levels can begin to change. As we get older there are less and less eggs or follicles left in the ovaries, and this leads to changes in hormone levels and changes in the menstrual cycle.

From Fitgenes' experience of treating women it is during peri-menopause that many women begin to experience a lot of symptoms around their menstrual cycle. Sometimes these symptoms are mild and easy to live with, but they can also be more severe and impact dramatically on quality of life. The most common symptoms I see are:

  • Menstrual cycles that are coming too frequently, often every 21 days.
  • Menstrual cycles that are becoming less frequent, late by weeks or months.
  • Significant changes in bleeding often becoming very heavy and lots of clotting.
  • More breast tenderness, bloating and changes in mood.
  • A lack of energy and motivation.

Fitgenes approach to peri-menopause:

  • Make this transition as easy as possible by reducing and managing symptoms.
  • Assess your hormone status and create hormone balance.
  • Support other organs so they can continue hormone production.
    • The ovaries are not the only organs that produce your hormones.
    • Your adrenals, brain and kidneys can all produce hormones.
    • As ovarian production diminishes it is important that these other organs are healthy and have the necessary nutrients from which to make hormones.
  • Assess your risk factors as hormone levels change.
    • As hormone levels changes your whole body will be affected.
    • Important to look at increased risk of osteoporosis, Alzheimer’s etc.
    • A review of family and personal medical history is critical.
    • Review the need for any additional tests such as blood tests, bone density.
  • Discuss options available to maintain hormone levels.
    • Natural therapies: herbs, vitamins and minerals.
    • Bio-identical of natural hormone replacement therapy.
    • HRT.
  • Provide you with a written report that includes:
    • In-depth review of hormone results.
    • Treatment options.
    • Recommended protocol.
    • Lifestyle changes e.g. diet, exercise that will support hormone balance.
Menstrual Issues

Many women think that it is normal to have painful periods or terrible PMS. Your menstrual cycle should not be painful, you should not have excessively long or really heavy bleeding and you should not become overly moody or depressed, or suffer from bloating or breast tenderness.

Fitgenes approach to menstrual problems:

  • Identify the underlying cause by
    • Measuring your hormone levels.
    • Assessing your symptoms.
    • Taking a thorough personal and family medical history.
    • Reviewing the need for any additional tests such as blood tests.

Provide you with a written report that includes

  • In-depth review of hormone results.
    • Treatment options.
    • Recommended protocol.
    • Lifestyle changes e.g. diet, exercise that will support hormone balance.
Hormones and Women

As a woman you know that your hormones play a major role in your mood, energy and overall wellbeing. When your hormones are out of balance you experience:

  • PMS (moody, emotional, bloated, cravings)
  • Changes in your menstrual cycles (shorter, longer, irregular, absent)
  • Changes in your menstrual bleed (heavy, light, spotting, clotting, continuous)
  • Changes in your wellbeing (low energy, lack of motivation, poor concentration)
  • Maybe at risk of hormonal diseases such as endometriosis, PCOS and reproductive cancers such as breast cancer.
  • May have problems with miscarriages and infertility.

Creating hormone balance is not a one size fits all approach. Creating balance in hormones is complex and you have to consider:

  • Capacity of the gland to produce the hormone (e.g. ovaries, adrenal, thyroid).
  • Transport of that hormone from the gland it is made in, to the tissue it is going to act on (e.g. estrogen made in the ovaries but exerts if affect on the lining of the uterus, the breasts, the brain, the skin).
  • The ability of the tissue to respond to that hormone.
  • The ability of the body to metabolize and clear that hormone safely.

As a practitioner specialising in hormones, they understand:

  • The causes of hormonal imbalance.
  • I know how to assess your hormone levels.
  • I know how to treat and manage hormonal problems.

Men's Health

Why Men Need Pre-conception Care

Men contribute 50% of the DNA. Research is demonstrating that the age of the father is just as important as the age of the mother.

  • Children born to men over 40 are almost six times more likely to be autistic than if the man is under 30.
  • Children whose fathers were over 35 had 2x risk of developing schizophrenia as those whose fathers were under 35. 5x the risk if the father was over 50.
  • A man of 40 has the same risk of having a child with schizophrenia as a woman does of having a baby with Down Syndrome. In men older than 50, the risk of fathering a child with down syndrome is 4x greater than if aged under 30.
  • DNA damage in men over 45 is double that of men under 30.
  • Sperm cells accumulate mutations as men age, potentially leading to a greater risk of brain abnormalities.
  • Mental health issues are a big factor in offspring when father over 40.
  • Paternal age also increases miscarriage risk. Men over 40 associated with 60% greater risk than if <29. These results were all independent of maternal age.
  • Male fertility decreases with age. Men over 35 are 2x as likely to be infertile as men under 25.

Hormones and Men

Men go through a form of menopause just like women and it is termed Andropause. The main hormonal issues that men face are:

  • Declining testosterone levels.
  • Increasing estrogen levels.
  • Increased progesterone levels with increased stress.

As these changes occur you may begin to experience symptoms such as lack of energy, decreased mood, decreased libido, erectile problems, prostate problems, loss of muscle mass.

Your hormones play an integral role in your health. They:

  • Offer cardiovascular protection.
  • Impact on your brain function and mood.
  • Impact on your immune system.
  • Are important for healthy bones.
  • Protect you from many of the chronic disease associated with ageing.
  • People are going to be living longer than previous generations. Fitgenes don’t yet fully understand how changing hormone levels will impact on long term health and risk of disease as we age.

Fitgenes approach to andropause:

  • Ensure you stay healthy.
  • Assess your hormone status and create hormone balance.
  • Support other organs that are capable of hormone production.
    • The testes are not the only organs that produce your hormones.
    • Your adrenals, brain and kidneys can all produce hormones.
    • It is important that these other organs are healthy and have the necessary nutrients from which to make hormones.
  • Prevent testosterone converting to estrogen.
  • Assess your risk factors as hormone levels change.
    • As hormone levels changes your whole body will be affected.
    • Important to look at increased risk of osteoporosis, Alzheimer’s etc.
    • A review of family medical history is critical.
    • Review the need for any additional tests such as blood tests, bone density.
  • Discuss options available to maintain hormone levels.
    • Natural therapies.
    • Bio-identical of natural hormone replacement therapy.
  • Provide you with a written report that includes
    • In-depth review of hormone results.
    • Treatment options.
    • Recommended protocol.
    • Lifestyle changes e.g. diet, exercise that will support hormone balance.

Pre-conception Care

Why Women Need Pre-conception Care

A pre-conception care program is one of the most important decisions a couple can make for the health of their baby. The main aim of pre-conception is to ensure good nutrient status so that the egg and sperm develop in a nutrient rich environment. It is important for both men and women to undertake a pre-conception program. Research shows that a pre-conception program will:

  • Improve both female and male fertility.
  • Decrease problems during pregnancy e.g. gestational diabetes, pre-eclampsia, pre-term delivery.
  • Decrease rates of birth defects.
  • Improve the health and growth of the embryo and foetus.
  • Improve early childhood health.
  • Improve health of the child into adulthood.
  • Improve generational health, the health of future generations. Called Epigenetics.

Why Women Need Pre-conception Care

Every woman planning to get pregnant should complete a pre-conception care program. However, there are some women where it is extremely important. These are:

  • Women who have used the oral contraceptive pill, depro-provera or contraceptive implants.
  • The older you are the more important pre-conception becomes.
    • With increasing age women have reduced numbers of eggs and hormone levels, reduced mitochondria function in eggs, reduced nutritional status, increased exposure to toxins over a longer period of time.
    • In women age has long been acknowledged as a risk factor for fertility, reproductive health, miscarriage, premature and stillbirth, poor foetal and infant health.
  • History of miscarriage.
  • History of premature labour.
  • History of birth defects.
  • Unexplained infertility.
  • Planning to do IVF.

Stress and Adrenal Fatigue

Stress has such a negative impact on your health. Most people know this, but do very little to effectively decrease stress. Stress will lead to an imbalance in hormones, will suppress immune function and increase the rate at which you age. One of the biggest impacts of stress is on the adrenal glands, as they produce your stress hormones. As your adrenals become depleted the symptoms you begin to experience are, lack of energy, poor sleep, waking in the middle of the night, increased anxiety, poor mood and depression, inability to switch off mentally.

Fitgenes approach to stress and adrenal fatigue:

  • Measure your adrenal function.
  • Support and protect your adrenals with key herbs and nutrients.
  • Support and balance your nervous system as it is your nervous system that allows you to react to stress and to calm down afterwards.
  • Protect your body from the negative impact of stress, especially your thyroid and hormone levels.
  • Help you identify the cause/causes of your stress and learn to better manage these stressors.
  • Discuss lifestyle habits that will help you decrease and better manage stress.

Thyroid Issues

Thyroid disease is extremely prevalent. The thyroid is affected by many factors including adrenals and stress, hormone levels and diet.

Fitgenes approach to hypothyroidism:

  • Support your thyroid function.
  • Measure your thyroid hormones, not just TSH.
  • Screen for thyroid antibodies to ensure your underactive thyroid is not due to Hashimoto’s disease.
  • Ensure you have plenty of nutrients needed to make your thyroid hormones.
  • Support other organs such as the adrenals that have a major influence on the thyroid.
  • Ensure hormone balance as hormones have a major impact on thyroid function.
  • Decrease the risk of the long term complications associated with an underactive thyroid such as elevated cholesterol, constipation, increased cardiac problems.
  • Measure your thyroid antibodies and thyroid hormones.
  • Protect the thyroid from these thyroid antibodies, which have the ability to destroy your thyroid cells.
  • Support and rebalance the immune system. This is an autoimmune disease.
  • Find the cause of the immune dysregulation, why has the immune system ‘forgotten’ that the thyroid is part of its own body.

Fitgenes approach to Grave’s Disease:

  • Measure your thyroid antibodies and thyroid hormones.
  • Calm and settle the thyroid.
  • Protect the thyroid from the antibodies, which are stimulating the thyroid gland.
  • Prevent damage to the thyroid while in its overactive state.
  • Decrease the risk of long term complications associated with an overactive thyroid such as osteoporosis and increased cardiac problems.
  • Support and rebalance the immune system. This is an autoimmune disease.
  • Find the cause of the immune dysregulation.

Anti-ageing

What Causes Ageing?

If you want to slow or reverse the ageing process you need to know what causes ageing. There are four major processes that contribute to ageing. They each have there own impact but are all interrelated and having one process in operation will encourage and perpetuate the others.

Glycation

Is the process by which extra glucose molecules attach themselves to protein. Not the protein from your diet, but the protein that is the building block of the human body. These proteins are used to make your hormones, enzymes, neurotransmitters, cells of your immune system, and form the structural base of your chromosones.

After a glucose molecule has joined to a protein, the protein is damaged and unable to perform any useful function. What you end up with are AGE’s (advanced glycation end-products), and these are the most toxic molecule to protein, especially to collagen which is what your skin is made from. AGE’s make your tissues, muscles, ligaments, organs and the retina of the eye stiff, hard and inflexible and increase oxidation. And because the only fuel source for our brain is glucose, our brain is very vulnerable to glycination. The brown ‘liver’ spots on the skin of older people are AGE’s laid down in the skin.

Certain diet and lifestyle factors can decrease the process of glycination.

Oxidation

Although oxygen is necessary for life, their using oxygen to produce energy results in the production of free radicals, and it is free radicals that cause oxidation. Free radicals damage DNA and the mitochondria that produce energy, they damage your body’s protein and immune system and damage the cell membrane which controls how nutrients get into your cell and toxins and wastes are eliminated. The cell membrane that controls what gets in and out of your cells is largely made up of fat and is very prone to oxidation, as is your brain. It has been estimated that each cell sustains 10,000 free radical hits per day. With anti-ageing testing it is now possible to measure the oxidative damage to your DNA.

There are key nutrients which will help decrease free radicals and protect your DNA from damage.

Anti-ageing

Sharon Palmer spent two years researching and implementing an anti-ageing program for an integrated health clinic.

Anti-ageing is a highly researched field and their knowledge of what causes ageing is rapidly increasing. They now have a very good understanding of how to slow and even reverse it.

Fitgenes focus for anti-ageing is often a cosmetic approach that is quickly progressing from covering the grey hair, to the more radical botox, liposuction and cosmetic surgery solution. Unfortunately, although these may give you a more youthful appearance, at least for a while, ageing is a process that occurs at the cellular level. They know with certainty that your chronological age does not mean anything. You have the capacity to be much younger physiologically if you have good health habits, or can be much older physiologically if you engage in unhealthy health habits.

Advanced Testing

Functional Liver Detoxification Profile

The liver performs more functions than any other organ in the body. If the liver cannot detoxify effectively, you will be come toxic from the inability to clear byproducts of metabolism, over the counter and prescription drugs, alcohol, toxins and heavy metals.

The best way to test you liver’s ability to detoxify is to do a Functional Liver Detoxification Profile. It measures the many different pathways in the liver. Many people have had a Liver Function Test (LFT) ordered by their doctor. This test gives no insight into the capacity of the liver to detoxify.

Many people put themselves onto a detoxification program. If your liver is unable to detoxify well and keep up, your detoxification program can do more harm than good.

Fitgenes recommend this test for people

  • Prior to undertaking a detoxification program.
  • Prior to and after chemotherapy treatment.
  • With any form of cancer.
  • Chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia.
  • Autoimmune conditions.
  • Allergies.
  • Asthma.
  • Any skin disorders.
Gut Microbial Profile

The health of the gut is so important to overall health. Naturopaths have always known the importance of healthy gut flora and healthy gut function. All of the recent research shows the role of the gut in so many aspects of health.

There are many types of stool test to check for gut microbial levels. I prefer to use a laboratory that performs DNA finger-printing technology. This test measures:

  • Commensal flora
    • The bacteria you should have in the gut.
    • However, if these bacteria are insufficient in number or overgrown they can cause problems.
  • Opportunistic bacteria
    • Can overgrow given the right circumstances.
  • Pathogenic bacteria
    • Bacteria that should not be in the gut and causes many problems.
  • Yeast and fungi
  • Parasites
  • Drug resistance genes

Fitgenes recommend this test for people with:

  • Gastrointestinal Disorders
    • Celiac’s Disease
    • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
    • Crohn’s Disease
    • Ulcerative Colitis
    • Persistent constipation and/or diarrhoea
  • Chronically low iron (parasites can deplete iron)
  • Autoimmune disorders
    • Hashimoto’s
    • Ankylosing spondylitis
    • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia.
  • Autism, ADHD.
  • Any skin disorders.

Methylation

Methylation Pathways

Methylation is a very important process in the body. It is how they make sure our genes replicate properly, how we turn genes on and off, control protein synthesis, and how we clear estrogens, toxins and heavy metals from our body. When you fail to methylate well you increase your risk of cardiovascular disease, have poor gene expression which can lead to more diseases and cancers, and you fail to detox and inactivate harmful substances you ingest or are exposed to.

You can measure your capacity to methylate and there are key nutrients which will ensure healthy methylation.

Inflammation

Is our body’s natural reaction to injury and infection. As you age you tend to release more inflammatory cytokines into your body. Diseases such as arthritis, inflammatory bowel disorders, asthma, eczema, allergies, fibromyalgia are all inflammatory in nature. We now realise that cardiovascular disease, diabetes and obesity are also inflammatory mediated diseases. Stress increases inflammation. The more inflammation we have the more free radicals we generate.

Inflammatory markers can be measured in the blood and there are key nutrients to help decrease inflammation.

By taking key nutrients and undertaking key lifestyle factors you can have a dramatic impact on the rate at which your body is ageing.

AMY 1 Gene Program

Fitgenes Perth Clinic is a world leader in offering the AMY 1 Gene information to the public and is pleased to launch this latest test.

What is Your AMY 1 Gene?

AMY1 is a gene that produces the enzyme amylase.

What is Amylase?

Amylase is found in saliva and plays a major role in the digestion of starch, which is a carbohydrate found in grains, legumes, fruit, vegetables, nuts and seeds. Amylase begins the process of carbohydrate metabolism in the mouth. 50% of bread starch and 25% of pasta starch is broken down during the short chewing time of 19 to 27 secs.

Test your AMY 1 Gene to Help you Understand:
  • Are you 800% more likely to be overweight or obese
  • How effectively do you metabolise and tolerate carbohydrates
  • How effectively do you metabolise and tolerate gluten
  • Do carbohydrates put you at an increased risk of being overweight
  • Do carbohydrates put you at an increased risk of having diabetes
  • How many grams of carbohydrates can you eat per day
  • What type of carbohydrates should you avoid
  • How effectively do you use your carbohydrates for energy
Who Should Test Their AMY 1 Gene?
  • Anyone who wants to understand how their body metabolises and tolerates carbohydrates
  • Anyone who wants to make the best dietary choices for themselves
  • Gluten intolerant or Celiacs
  • Food sensitivities
  • Struggling to lose weight or maintain weight loss
  • Diabetic or insulin resistant
  • Gut dysbiosis under or over growth
  • Autoimmune issues
  • Persistent infections such as thrush or urinary tract infections
  • Have periodontal (gum) disease

Price History

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Date Open High Low Close Volume

Dividend Information

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Share Statistics

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Common Shareholders Shares Outstanding Shares Issued Float
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Order Industry Type Code Mnemonic Reported
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Valuation Ratios

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  Price to Sales Price to Tangible Book Price to Free Cash Flow per Share Price to Cash Flow per Share Price to Book
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Financial Strength Ratios

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  Payout ratio Current EV/Free Cash Flow Interest coverage Total debt/total equity
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Income Statement Revenue EBITD Earnings before taxes Net Income available to common Earnings before taxes Normalized Earnings per Share, Normalized, Excluding Extraordinary Items, Avg. Diluted Shares Outstanding
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  Gross Margin Net Profit Margin % Operating Margin Pre Tax Margin Free Operating Cash Flow/Revenue
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Management Effectiveness Ratios

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Growth Ratios

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CAGR Free Operating Cash Flow Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation & Amortization Tangible Book Value Total Debt
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Forecast Ratios

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ProjEPS ProjEPSHigh ProjEPSLow ProjEPSNumOfEst ProjEPSQ
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TargetPrice EPSActual EPSPrev EPSSurprise EPSSurprisePrc
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Financial Reports

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Accounting Notes
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Recommendation Statistics

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Recommendation Statistics
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I/B/E/S Mean
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  • Hold
  • Buy
  • Strong Buy

Past Broker Recommendations

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Past Broker Recommendations
  Strong Buy Buy Hold Underperform Sell Total
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Contact Info

Fitgenes Limited

Level 8
110 Eagle Street
Brisbane, QLD
Australia, 4000

Phone: +61 7 3010 8588
Fax: +61 7 3229 7641
Email: compsec@fitgenes.com.au
Website: http://www.fitgenes.com

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