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Is Carbchoice for me?

Anyone who wants to understand how their body metabolises and tolerates carbohydrates and make the best dietary choices for themselves can benefit from knowing their CarbChoice | AMY1 genetic profile.  

Carbohydrate and starch metabolism can have an impact on a range of key health and wellbeing issues including:

  • Gluten intolerance or Celiacs.
  • Food sensitivities/intolerances.
  • Weight management - maintenance or inability to lose weight.
  • Diabetes or insulin resistance.
  • Gut dysbiosis under or over growth.
  • Autoimmune issues.
  • Persistent infections such as thrush or urinary tract infections.
  • Periodontal (gum) disease.

CarbChoice AMY1 genetic profile reports can assist indviduals to understand their unique requirements.  

  • How effectively you metabolise and tolerate carbohydrates.
  • How effectively you metabolise and tolerate gluten.
  • Whether carbohydrates put you at an increased risk of being overweight.
  • Do carbohydrates put you at an increased risk of having diabetes?
  • How to manage blood sugar and blood glucose levels.
  • How many grams of carbohydrates can you eat per day.
  • What type of carbohydrates should you avoid.
  • How effectively do you use your carbohydrates for energy.
  • How to use exercise to improve amylase output.
  • Which foods stimulate amylase out put

You may not be able to change your genes but you can stimulate their function.  Learn how to manage your diet, lifestyle and exercise to optimise your starch metabolism.

What People Are Saying About CarbChoice

  • Carb Confusion and Weight Management
    "Weight management has always been an issue for me. I had previously done the Health and Wellbeing Genetic Profile Report and had some great insights in to my health and lifestyle choices, so I wondered what CarbChoice could offer.
    I had an inclination that a low carbohydrate diet suited me best and the CarbChoice profile confirmed this.My profile came back with a starch processing activity
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    Vivienne June, 2016
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