Genetic testing tells you how your body may or may not be programmed to function in specific ways, and only needs to be done once. Biomarker testing will tell you the current biomarker levels in your body and can be done however many times you’d like. Combining both of these types of insights will empower you to make decisions with as much information as possible.
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