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You can get Vitagene’s DNA ancestry test kit for $59

Vitagene provides ancestry reports and actionable diet and exercise plans for a fraction of the cost of 23andMe.
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February 28, 2019
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DIY ancestry tests like 23andMe or AncestryDNA are good for more than just figuring out which country your great-great grandparents hailed from -- they also give you valuable insight into how your genes influence your health and wellness. Vitagene is an ancestry test kit provider that analyzes your DNA to create custom diet and exercise plans that can help you reach your fitness and lifestyle goals, and they're offering their DNA test kit and personalized health plans for only $59 today when you enter code SEMIANNUAL at checkout.

Vitagene collects your DNA with a simple cheek swab, and provides detailed reports on how your specific genetics impact your health. They'll help you identify the best food choices, supplements and workout routines based on your genetic background, including customized meal plans, tailored macronutrient percentages, gluten sensitivity info and more. As you would expect, Vitagene also helps you discover your global ancestry, providing an interactive ethnic map and regional percentages in addition to its other reports.

If you're curious about your ancestry and how you can use your genetic data to improve your overall health, consider picking up Vitagene's ancestry test kit and personalized health plan for over 30 percent off.

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