GeneBlueprint teams up with Trainerize, GoodLife, IBM and InBody for innovative DNAble research study

GeneBlueprint is teaming up with Trainerize, IBM, GoodLife Fitness and InBody in an upcoming research study.  The DNAble (DNA Based Lifestyle Enhancement) study will investigate how genetic data can be used to help people reach their health and fitness goals.

“The overarching goal of this project is to help prevent diseases linked to unhealthy lifestyle habits by encouraging and promoting adoption of active, health-conscious behaviors,” said GeneBlueprint CEO, Paul Mercante, on the Trainerize Fitness Blog.  “Our mission is to allow people to access, understand, and benefit from knowledge of their personal genetics for better health and performance. GeneBlueprint’s genetic based approach to fitness and nutrition empowers people to remain compliant given the personalized nature of the program. Your genetics load the gun, your lifestyle pulls the trigger.”

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About GeneBlueprint

Everyone responds to fitness and nutrition plans differently and this is largely due to genetics. Gene Blueprint has developed patented methods that use a client’s DNA, an algorithm, relevant lifestyle data, and gene scores to make recommendations on effective nutrition and exercise strategies. This personalized approach to health and wellness is delivered via a genetic test kit. (

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