I paid $300 for DNA-based fitness advice and all I got was junk science – The Verge


The Verge

I paid $300 for DNA-based fitness advice and all I got was junk science
The Verge
The test in question is available through Helix, a new consumer genomics company. Helix uses a more sophisticated method of genome sequencing than most other commercial DNA tests, and brands itself as a “platform.” It works like this: you send Helix

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Source: Genome Sequencing