Any blood exam is an approximation of your body levels. Your vitamin, amino acid, and antioxidant needs are calculated from your genetic predisposition to deficiencies. Your profile is built according to extensive scientific studies and cross-referenced with the average amount of micronutrients you get from the foods you select in your meal plan.
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- How do you manage fasting?
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- How do you measure my progress?
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