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DNA test tells you which workout, diet is perfect for you | WFAA.com


DNA test tells you which workout, diet is perfect for you | WFAA.com
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Since 2012, Kurt Johnsen says his company has tested the DNA of 11000 people, analyzing genes to match you with the best type of workout, diet, and vitamins ...

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