Let 2022 Be YOUR Year!

Happy New Year! Have you committed to a New Year’s resolution yet? Have you stuck to it?

While the New Year is often an encouraging and refreshing time for many to reset and get started on new goals, studies have shown that our commitment to our New Year’s resolution never lasts more than a few weeks.

Research shows that: Of those who make a New Year’s resolution, after 1 week 75% are still successful in keeping it. After two weeks, the number drops to 71%. After 1 month, the number drops again to 64%. And after 6 months, 46% of people who make a resolution are still successful in keeping it. Why not let this be the year you stick to your goals? Is it the lack of motivation keeping you away from adhering to your resolution? Whether your goal is to eat better or exercise more, finding out a plan best suited for your unique genetic makeup is the key to staying on track for your own goals.

With the start of the New Year, 2022 marks almost 2 years since COVID-19 changed the way we interact and our “new normal” began. Unfortunately, we are now experiencing the new variants. With less access to in person healthcare and the switch to more digital healthcare systems, and online fitness apps, we must start thinking about making a change today. Remember, you are stronger than your excuses! So, start NOW! People who start earlier are also more likely to stick to it longer term! Think about how you want to FEEL this year! While many New Year’s resolutions are often physical appearance based, such as weight loss goals, it does not have to be that way.

Not only has it been nearly 2 years since COVID-19, but on a more positive note, I am proudly going into the New Year with DNALabs, over 2 years later.  I am extremely into health and wellness, which is why working for DNALabs is something I am so passionate about. It allows me to optimize my own health and wellbeing journey, while empowering others to do the same. I am looking forward to all of the exciting updates we have ahead.

When people think of genetic testing, they probably think of where their ancestors came from. However, your genetics are so much more. I first learned of genetic testing when my dad got into the business. I took the tests, however, I did not pay too much attention to the results to be honest. However, throughout my fitness journey I’d always go back and wonder “what should I eat” and “what type of exercise should I do” to see if what I was doing was accurate for my genetics. I was amazed at how accurate my results really were. It’s fascinating how empowering using knowledge to meet your own needs is. With all the continuous updates and expansions to our tests, my results continue to stay accurate.

With the upcoming launch of our new Feed My Genes DNA DIet Playbook Panel, after receiving my results, I was BLOWN AWAY! As someone who is exercising frequently, I try to ensure I eat an adequate amount of protein. Eating a high protein, moderate fat, and carbohydrate diet is how I feel my best. Needless to say, my Feed My Genes panel confirmed that the Protein Power diet is the diet that is best suited for me! After receiving these results, I took the information, and started to incorporate the information even more!

We are excited to be able to help individuals find their right path to their own success. Whether it is through finding the right medication at the right dose and avoiding trial and error, whether it is through our cannabis sensitivity test, our Love My Health test. and all the additions such as our Fertility Report and our Feed My Genes Diet Panel, we have something to help everyone optimize their health and wellbeing!

Wishing everyone a happy and healthy New Year! And don’t forget…now more than ever it is crucial to take care of our health and wellbeing…so let’s optimize our health and well-being and change that data so we can all successfully fulfill our New Year’s resolutions! Let 2022 be the year you stop comparing yourself to others but instead focus on yourself and what works for YOU!

Elana Lustig,
Director of Marketing