Your DNA holds all the answers to your smart dieting and fitness. Find out what your DNA has to say!

Each step brings you to a healthier life. Join GenoVive, let your DNA guide your way.

  • DNA

    Your GenoVive experience will start with a cheek swab DNA test to determine your metabolism type.

  • Report

    GenoVive's Comprehensive Weight Management Genetic Test Report empowers you to start your customized weight loss plan that works best with YOUR DNA.

  • Food

    Too much work to prepare weight loss meals? GenoVive Meal Program offers 3 meals and 2 snacks for less than $18.75/day! (regular price)

  • Exercise

    GenoVive provides you exercise plans customized to your genetic needs. Follow the day to day exercise videos to kick start your weight loss experience!

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"I went from a 42, tight, to a 36 (pant size), and believe me, I was getting ready to go 44. " 
-Ernie Meisner, former NOPD
 "I never had someone who have been on a program looked directly into your eyes and say:no, I would never put this weight back on."
-Beverly Swango, RD 
"Genes make you tall, short, eyes blue or brown, genes also determine how food and body fat are stored or burned.....when and even if your brain will signal you are full...
...If genes don't work properly, no matter how much you diet, you won't have the same response with someone with healthy genes, so the concept of a diet based on your genes is sound. "
-Meg Farris, WWL Medical Reporter