Personalized Nutrition To Fit Your Gut Microbiome
DayTwo and Nutrition To Fit You
As a service to our valued clients, Cindy and Nutrition To Fit You are excited to now offer the DayTwo Microbiome Platform™, a revolutionary service that provides recommendations personally tailored for maintaining balanced blood sugar levels and a profile report of your microbiome.
DayTwo knows that what’s healthy for others may not be healthy for you – and their groundbreaking research shows that people respond very differently to the same food. You’ll be surprised to learn which foods raise your blood sugar levels and which help keep it in balance.
How to Get Started with DayTwo
Use this link to order: https://goo.gl/R2ALuF
Click “Get the Kit” at the top of the website. This will take you to the order form. On the payment page, please use the promo code: NTFY
DayTwo will send you a testing kit for you to provide a stool sample to analyze your gut microbiome. After your sample is processed and the results are returned via your personalized nutrition app, please contact Cindy if you would like a consult to discuss these results outlined in Daytwo's report.
DayTwo provides actionable health solutions based on gut microbiome research, utilizing the DayTwo Microbiome Platform™. We translate each person’s unique gut microbiome into surprising food recommendations personally tailored for maintaining balanced blood sugar levels. We benefit people with diabetes and pre-diabetes, as well as those with other metabolic disorders. The DayTwo service is based on six years of clinical research conducted by Professors Eran Segal and Dr. Eran Elinav from the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel with independent studies being conducted by the Mayo Clinic and other leading scientific and research institutions. The clinical research results on which our product and service is based have been published in the Nature, The Cell, and Cell Metabolism.
I'm particularly excited about Daytwo's research because it follows my thought process for why I wrote The Seductive Land of Carbs. We all have a unique tolerance to carbohydrates both in type and quantity and research is showing this is dictated, at least in part, by our gut microbiome. If you'd like to learn more about the gutmicrobiome and health, sign up here for my workshop with Kate Scarlata.