|By Marketwired .||
|August 13, 2014 06:01 AM EDT||
LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/13/14 -- UEvolution Mind and Body Sculpting, a boutique health and wellness fitness center in Downtown Los Angeles, has partnered with Simplified Genetics to become the first fitness center in the United States to offer and distribute SimplyFit to the general consumer market.
What is SimplyFit? SimplyFit is a full sequence genetic DNA test which can tell you, with 99.9% clinically proven accuracy, the exact road map to an individual's optimum fitness and weight loss potential. A simple swab collects cheek cells, it is sent to the Simplified Genetics' lab at LSU, the DNA is analyzed and the genetic markers are identified. Within a few weeks, the individual is presented with a full breakdown of what his or her body needs to eat, do and take in order to achieve optimal physical results. Everyone's body is different, and through this full sequence genetic test, the guessing game and the one-size-fits-all approach to fitness and weight loss is eliminated as the program is catered exactly to the individual's DNA.
Genetic testing, until this time, has been used to diagnose or rule out hereditary disorders or diseases, and it is a scientifically proven fact that DNA dictates gender, hair and eye color, height and body type, etc. It is no different for weight loss, exercise, diet or any health regimen, and both UEvolution Mind and Body Sculpting and Simplified Genetics believe that every person is entitled to access and utilize the information contained in his or her DNA for the benefit of their health; it ultimately creates the platform for anyone to reach their optimal health potential.
"At UEvolution, we are consistently searching for ways to stay ahead of the curve by offering the very latest in approaches to nutrition and fitness. When we discovered the SimplyFit test, we were impressed by its proven scientific accuracy. Everyone is different but in every case a scientific approach to fitness training and weight loss management can potentially lead to a cure for obesity. I am so excited to be the first fitness industry expert to see its potential and offer this test to my members and to the general public," said Pascale Rothman, CEO, UEvolution Mind and Body Sculpting.
For more information on UEvolution Mind and Body Sculpting and Simply Fit, please visit them on the web at www.uevolution.net
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