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GenoVive, a pioneer in DNA-based weight management solutions, today announced the company's first European partnership as of May 1, 2013 with DNADIETA based in Poland.
Date:5/14/2013

NEW ORLEANS, May 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- GenoVive is forming worldwide partnerships and is engaged in discussions with several countries in Europe and other continents to bring its "Weight Loss Designed by Science" program internationally.  Vic Castellon , PhamD. CEO and Founder of GenoVive (www.genovive.com) states, "This partnership with DNADIETA brings GenoVive's innovative approach to weight loss and health optimization to Europe.  The technology uniquely identifies the genetic make-up of an individual; that is the basis for customized diet, exercise plans and education to the client to optimize weight loss and manage it, by encouraging and educating the client on a positive lifestyle change. The proprietary genetic test panel is backed by over twenty-five interventional human clinical trials, from prestigious Ivy League universities in the United States and the European Continent.

DNADIETA brings the innovation of personalized health to Poland. As people in Poland continue to realize the harmful effects of obesity, GenoVive and DNADIETA remain committed to furthering the development of long-term and comprehensive solutions to weight management based on the individual's genetics and personalized nutrition and exercise.  This new approach to diet and exercise makes use of the latest advances in the field of nutrigenomics, which is the study of the effects of foods on gene expression and the role certain genes play in our health.

Dariusz Pełka, CEO and Founder of DNADIETA (www.dnadieta.com.pl) brings this innovative technology to Poland commenting, "This new DNA-based service achieves success through effective and innovative diet and
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