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Gluten sensitivity and your DNA

Posted by Athletigen on Mon, Oct 22, 2018

Your digestive system is a complex biological machine that breaks down the foods you eat, releasing energy and nutrients that ultimately provide fuel for your body.

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Dr. Jeremy Koenig joins Ellie Spain on the ALTIS World Podcast

Posted by Athletigen on Thu, Oct 11, 2018

Athletigen's founder and CEO, Dr. Jeremy Koenig, recently sat down with Ellie Spain, director of education at ALTIS,  to discuss the role of genetics in sports and how the evolution of technologies can aid both coaches and athletes. 

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How Athletigen has helped professional hockey player Andrew Gordon

Posted by Athletigen on Fri, Oct 05, 2018

Recently, Andrew Gordon, a right winger with the Linköpings Hockey Club of the Swedish Hockey League, spoke with Athletigen before starting his 11th season of professional hockey.

Andrew has been an Athletigen customer for three years and recently purchased the new premium Athletic and Nutrition reports. Already he has seen significant improvements in how he prepares his body for the rigors of elite sports. Following is a Q&A that delved into the specifics of what Andrew experienced as an Athletigen user.


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Carbohydrate metabolism and your DNA

Posted by Athletigen on Wed, Sep 19, 2018

Do you ever wonder why Susan and Jerry at the office can boast about eating ALL the carbs they want and still see healthy results, and yet some people (yourself, perhaps?) complain about packing on the pounds after one bite of bread or a doughnut? Okay, it’s probably an exaggeration, but you get the gist.   

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3 tips to keep your tendons healthy

Posted by Simon Watts on Wed, Sep 12, 2018

All About Your Tendons

It’s Monday morning after an exhausting weekend full of your favorite activities. The 7:00 a.m. alarm sounds, you jump out of bed ready to take on the week and…ouch! Sore joints. It seems you may have overdone it. The culprit may have been the company softball game Saturday morning or perhaps it was the intense CrossFit workout at the local box later that afternoon. Come to think of it, it was probably running the impromptu 10k on Sunday, particularly given the fact that you didn’t warm up beforehand!

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