Did you know only 20-30% of disease is actually caused by genetics? That means that 70-80% of your health is shaped by your diet, exercise and lifestyle choices. Knowledge is power, especially when it comes to your health. Knowing your risk of developing a particular health condition(s) in your lifetime is one key to practicing preventative medicine. If you know that you have a high risk of developing type 2 diabetes, dementia or osteoporosis, or that you have a high toxin load, then you are armed with the power to make changes in your life to positively impact your health and reduce your disease risk.
IQYOU is a revolutionary, HIPAA-compliant smart tool that can empower you with the knowledge to take ownership of your health. Created by renowned integrative health expert Dr. Joseph Pizzorno, IQYOU can provide you with an in-depth analysis of your health risks, cross referenced with over 30,000 medical studies to create a personalized action plan. Specifically, it factors in your answers to health questions, taking into account your family history, diet, lab results and prescription medications to help you identify and address underlying health issues and dysfunctions. By doing so, IQYOU generates a unique roadmap for your health.
Key features of IQYOU include personalized health scores (overall score, metabolic score and toxin score), detailed health reports, recommended lab panels, specific nutritional supplements, exercise and lifestyle tips, as well as diet and recipe suggestions. There is even a meal-planning tool that works with your dietary needs and preferences. And, IQYOU has the ability to factor in your DNA based on your unique 23andMe test results to provide you with a very complete picture of your health.
As you make healthy changes and follow your personalized recommendations, you can update your IQYOU profile and watch your health scores improve and disease risks go down. IQYOU is the most comprehensive tool of its kind, and it can help you improve how you feel, address your current health conditions, reduce your disease risk, address nutrient deficiencies, and lower your risk of drug interactions. To get started, click here!