Fitgenes CarbChoice by Dr. Sam Shay

Confused about diet?

Unsure of carbs vs fat? 

Gone gluten-free, yet don't feel much better?  

Ready to uncover your unique diet?

Diets trends come and go, yet your genes stay the same.

It's time for you to stop guessing how to eat and know all of the facts! 

Learn to genetically determine your unique diet with Dr. Shay's FREE video training, including how to integrate your genetic profile with 15 major diet trends.  


About Your Host: Dr. Sam Shay

Chiropractor, Acupuncturist, Functional Neurologist, Fitgenes Practitioner

I’ve taught diet and nutrition since 2000 and I thought I knew almost everything there was about diet, then I got my butt handed to me by the results of this simple cheek swab test called Carbchoice. 

You see, Genetically, not everyone can tolerate carbs well, though some can. Think of it like this, a big pile of carbs, like rice, must be broken down by a pacman-like enzyme called amylase. A specific Gene, called AMY1, makes these carb-crunching pacmen-like enzymes, and each copy of this gene acts like a chute spitting out these pacmen to chomp down carbs. 

If you have 20 copies of this gene, you have a CarbChoice score of 20, meaning you have 20 chutes spitting out amylase pacmen, easily chewing through a big pile of carbs. 

If you only have one copy of the AMY1 gene, you have a Carbchoice score of 1, meaning you have only 1 chute spitting out amylase pacmen, which isn’t enough to break down even a small pile of carbs.  

Even if the carbs are organic and gluten-free, the remaining undigested carbs become inflammatory, irritating, and imbalancing to the gut and gut bacteria, causing digestive problems with systemic consequences, which is exactly what happened to me. 

Turns out, I have a Carbchoice score of 2, meaning I only have 2 chutes making pacmen, which explained why even small amounts of carbs, even if they are organic and gluten-free, still badly caused embarrassing and uncomfortable digestive problems.  

I used to think I was gluten-intolerant, but in reality, I’m genetically “carb intolerant”.  

Fortunately, it only took a week of clearing up unnecessary carbs for my Carbchoice score and my digestive problems cleared up for the first time in over 20 years.

I strongly recommend you find out your CarbChoice score. If you have a particular diet you like, don’t worry. You can adapt your existing diet to your Carbchoice score and I can teach you how. 

Just click the button below to get my free video about CarbChoice and how it compares to and integrates with 15 other diets, such as the paleo diet, ketogenic diet, slow carb, mediterranean diet, blood type diet, the 5 types of vegetariansims, metabolic typing, weston a price, and others. We’ll cover them in that video. 

Diet trends come and go, yet your genetics stay the same. CarbChoice is truly personalised nutrition through functional genetics. 

Also, when you click the button below, you'll also get a coupon code for 20% off your CarbChoice Profile. 

Your Carbchoice profile comes with a 12-14 page report, including food lists of what to eat and what to avoid, and how to temporarily boost your amylase pacmen production by up to 500% higher for those higher carb events, like a birthday parties, social event, or business lunches, even if you’re a low CarbChoice score like me.  

A kit will be mailed to you anywhere in the world. You can do this simple cheek swab in the comfort of your own home, and I'll also email you video instructions on how to (and not to) do the cheek swab.  

And for a limited time, your CarbChoice Profile will include a 30 minute consult with me by phone or Skype to answer your questions about your CarbChoice profile and personalized nutrition.  

Just click the button below to get your free video training and 20% off coupon for you CarbChoice profile today.

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