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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

exercise programs and supplements based on analysis of DNA samples and on additional data such as height, weight and gender.  The DNA sample for these tests is conveniently obtained through the mail by way of a simple swabbing of the inner cheek."

GenoVive is already enjoying international success in locations such as Mexico and the Dominican Republic.  "GenoVive's innovative approach to weight loss based on DNA analysis and all-natural meal programs has already resonated tremendously with our patients in Mexico City," said Tatiana Palazuelos , R.D., with Bariatric Support. "GenoVive.com.mx program complements our holistic and comprehensive approach to weight loss which includes physician visits and oversight, plus nutrition and psychological counseling. We look forward to growing the partnership to benefit our patient base who desire customized weight loss programs that will work for the long term."

GenoVive is very excited with the most recent partnership with Poland.  Together with DNADIETA, GenoVive is working hard to offer cutting edge technology to assist individuals in leading a healthier lifestyle based on genetic, personalized nutrition and exercise.

For additional information or with questions contact Paul Clinkscales (pclinkscales@genovive.com, 504-734-3030, www.GenoVive.com).


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