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Unedited reviews from Genetic Lifehacks members:

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Tina B
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I absolutely love this site! The articles are timely, relevant and based on peer-reviewed science. Where information is anecdotal or there are too few studies to draw a conclusion, Debbie Moon, the site’s resident scientist and founder, calls that out. Personally, it is has been incredibly helpful to me to manage my diet and health, and the information is constantly being updated. Finally, the genetic data is not stored or sold, making this site much more secure than most. Excellent value for the money.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Theresa E
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I LOVE LOVE LOVE this site! I show it to all of my medical providers. It’s awesome that it can combine your data from both 23&me and Ancestry DNA. It becomes a beautiful, well laid out, personal map of your own health.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: T.J. H
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Genetic Lifehacks provides relevant and actionnable information for both the layperson and practitioners. Debbie translates very complicated science into understandable concepts for all of us. I can’t recommend this service more highly.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Susan Z
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I am a Health Professional relatively new to genetics/genomics. I have membership with a number of other sites but Genetic Life Hacks is without a doubt the best of all of them. The subject matter is diverse but the explanations are so well written and Informative. The actionable recommendations are so useful. Highly recommended.
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Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Susan Short
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Excellent information presented in an engaging and accessible way – even for people without much of a science background. I look forward to every article and have made changes to my own health routines based on the articles. And best of all there are no advertisements and no attempts to sell anything!! Highest recommendation.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Susan Lavoice
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Best and most affordable explanation of personal genetics and actionable approacjhes to mediate deficiencies

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Stephanie Barahona
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I spend hours on this website. It has educated me on how my body works with my specific genetic makeup. I cannot imagine how much hard work has gone into making all of this information available. Thanks so much.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Shirley Norris
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Truly love the information provided

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Sheila P
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I have a problem converting a thyroid medication and my DNA showed why. It gave peace of mind and great relief to discover why I had this problem and then the proper steps could be taken to fix the medication to one that would work. Also, I have contacted Debbie with a few questions and I always get an answer within 24 hours, great information from her and Genetic Lifehacks.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Sarah M
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Amazing! So impressed with all the research and the easy to use reports.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Sarah J
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Life Changing. Words can not express the gratitude and my mind is blown away at how many dots I was able to connect. The knowledge I have been gifted in learning is transformative and every human should be given a genetic test upon birth. Thank You Mrs. Moon.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Sara B
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I am so glad I found Genetic Lifehacks. It has provided me with targeted information about my body, it has educated me, and finally, it provides extremely useful “hacks” that have improved my health. Unfortunately, we aren’t born with an operational manual, but Genetic Lifehacks is the next best thing.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Roxy Wells
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Genetic Life Hacks has helped me change my behaviors and do whatever I need to do in my environment to be as healthy as possible. I can’t recommend this service enough. Debbie Moon is one smart woman.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Rhonda Akins
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Reading about side effects of statin meds I’m taking and learned that the gene SLCO1B1 gene could be related to the muscle pain I’m experiencing so I came here to genetic life hacks and low and behold, guess who has that gene. Sad that being a 72 yr old woman means that you are dismissed as whiny or difficult by doctors because you don’t want to take a medication that 75% of their patients are taking. I wish I could be more hopeful that they would credit the science but I don’t think it will be in my lifetime but Genetic Lifehacks is an incredibly helpful to my peace of mind.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Rhonda L
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

There is no better genetic analysis that I can find. Genetic Lifehacks is the most comprehensive, best written site. One of the hardest things to do is to take a complex idea and simplify it, yet still remain accurate. This website excels at this. I have been a member for almost 5 years and the amount of hard work, research, and explanation well exceeds the cost of my annual fee. The amount of research each of the article entails is massive, yet each article is engaging, informative and intuitively answers all the questions that I have. 5 stars is not enough for the invaluable personalized information this website has given me.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Rhonda S
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I find the information from Genetic Lifehacks to be very informative. And best of all, you don’t have to be a scientist to understand! My only regret is that I don’t have more time to dive deeper and deeper into the topics that interest me. I shared this website with my sister-in-law and she spent hours reading various articles and came away with so many of her questions answered. Nowhere else had we been able to find reliable information, simply stated and with no underlying agenda. This has truly been a blessing.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Rhiannon M
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I have been exploring my DNA since 2010 when I had it sequenced by 23andMe. I am very proactive about my health and love to share information with others. After using many sites to explore my genome, I finally found this site. What I love about it is that it doesn’t dumb things down and it does provide a plethora of useful information about achieving wellness. My supplement collection is now quite extensive and I feel healthier. I am 65, I am not on any medications and I hike 2 hours a day in all whether. Thanks Debbie Moon for your wonderfully detailed information. My daughter had blood tests done based on her DNA and her doctor was amazed to see how accurate her information was. Keep writing those articles.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Rebecca R
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Prior to joining Genetic Lifehacks I spent hours and hours researching the various SNP’s and conditions that afflicted my extended family. My family has a history of cancer, depression, and severe migraines. I was determined to get to the bottom of why these two conditions had such an devastating role generation after generation. This site has made it so much easier for me to understand the various mutations that were passed down to me and my siblings, and now my children, and mitigate their harmful effects. Through this site I have learned that forewarned is forearmed when it comes to harmful genetic mutations and that occasionally a mutation has a beneficial outcome for me. Thank you for making my research easier and sharing your knowledge with the world! It is truly a blessing for me.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Pat C
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I have used many websites over the years to help me better understand my genetic makeup. Genetic Lifehacks is by far the absolute best!! The information is easy to access, clearly explained, with enough depth to make it very worthwhile. The customer support is amazing! The notes and reviews are well done. As a nursing professor, I plan to share this site with my students!

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Pamela G
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

This is my favorite go to for DNA information. Reports are also very comprehensive and very responsibly created. No far out speculation.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Pamela White
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Incredibly in-depth information! Updated often. It is so helpful to explore my personal genome with all the research Debbie Moon has shared. I remain a big fan and am so glad I found Genetic Life Hacks!

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Natalie W
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Debbie has an amazing ability to present complex medical and genetic information in a way that is easy to understand.

Her research is very in-depth and thorough and her articles always include references to back up the data.

It is well-worth a subscription so that you can see the relevance of your own genetic variants in the context of the article, as well as the-life hacks section for members.

I really appreciate that Debbie isn’t selling supplements or any other product so there is no bias or hidden agenda in her articles.

This is not a site that says ‘if you have this SNP – take this supplement’, rather it helps you understand the effect of your genes working together.

Debbie is gracious in her correspondence with you and very willing to listen to all points of view.

Rating: ★’s
Name: Natalie H
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Such a valuable source of information, and I get a real sense that you are genuinely interested in the subject and in trying to help people (rather than just making money). Very much appreciate your posts, the ability for readers to upload personal data and the very thoughtful research that goes into the whole project. Thank you.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Mya S
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I have Long Covid, and am a bit surprised myself that I consistently learn new things from my Genetic Lifehacks subscription each month that the value outweighs he cost. It’s a hard-to-navigate world of health research and supplements out there and I find it’s very helpful seeing how my individual genome interacts with those findings, so I can focus in better on what’s likely to work.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Mistie Skloss
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

An abundant amount of information. You can look up what you feel need to know and things your just curious about without having to pay separate fees. The monthly subscription fee is reasonably priced, for the research and information you get in return. You can learn about the information provided, and seems to come from a genuine person who wants to help, not just make a buck, although it is not free, it seems if it were possible for this person to survive and provide it free they would, but they have bills too. You can jump straight to your info and skip all the reading, or really dive into it. I would definitely recommend especially if you are just starting out and curious about everything!

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Maura McNulty
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I recently paid hundreds of dollars for a DNA report that purports to cover a wide range of topics on health and genetics. It has videos, slick interactive menus, sub-menus, sub-sub menus, lots of pretty pictures, and sells supplements, other merch… and does not come close to the detail and breadth of information available on this site and in the Top Five Topics report. I have buyer’s remorse for purchasing the other report (although it may be of some value), but live and learn. I highly recommend this site and the Top Topics report and am recommending it to others who are interested in learning about genetics and health.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Mary T
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Very Interesting app! I’m enjoying learning about my genetic makeup and what it means to have mutations all in a very easy to understand format. This is a great service, especially for someone like me that has multiple conditions. Thank you!

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Mary B
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I have been looking for a web site to help me understand my 23andMe, and my Ancestry genetic profile. By accidnt I came across this website. What a help this has been. It’s the most informative website ever! I have MCAS, with a lot of complications.
I love the articles, and I can finally compare my genetic profile with Debbie Moon.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Mary S
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

This site is amazing! I’m learning so much.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Marie M
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I am 58 years old and have been sick for the majority of my life with one thing or another. It was just recently that I began to understand that most of my illnesses were autoimmune disorders.

I was adopted as a baby. By the time I reached second grade without realizing it, I was noticing that I was ‘genetically’ different than the other members of my family.

I was the oldest child out of five children. As it happens with quite a few women who adopt my adopted mother became pregnant shortly after my parents had welcomed me into their home. I have a brother who is just eleven months younger than I am. My father was terribly worried that the judge would not finalize the adoption because my adoptive mother was nine months pregnant when the court date came around to sign the papers making me a permanent member of the family. But the judge signed the papers and my mother ended up having four biological children.

In second grade I recall the genetic differences became very evident to me. I was the only one in the family with blue eyes. I was the only one in the family who would get sunburned. I was more apt to catch colds and stay home sick from school. I finally asked my parents if I was adopted. They confirmed my suspicion with “You were chosen!”

Growing up I was always sick with something and made it known that I wanted to locate my biological parents to see what else I should expect to happen to me health-wise. At the same time, I was almost constantly experiencing this foggy feeling in my head. It was made worse when I was sick. I could not think, and it was difficult to complete my schoolwork. I dreaded the sound of a sneeze because if it came my way, I was sure to get whatever it was that that person was sick with.

It was before DNA, but that was exactly what I was looking for when I started my search for my birth parents. That story is a story in itself and perhaps I will put it in writing one day but I managed to locate my biological parents when I was twenty-nine and learned that many of the illnesses I had experienced as a child ‘ran in the family’.

I continued to get sick and found myself on disability by my mid-forties. Doctors were not always nice to me. Many of them did not believe I was really ill. I wish DNA technology were there for me those years ago fighting with the doctors to please help me get better.

One day last summer I was going through all the vitamins and supplements I was taking. I decided that over the years that I was just taking too many and I really needed to cut back on and make sure what I was taking was really helping me. So I started with my B-Complex vitamins. I decided I was only going to take the B vitamins I really needed to take so I started doing research on the individual B Vitamins starting at the beginning with Vitamin B1, or Thiamine.

I learned that Thiamine was an “essential vitamin’! I learned that Thiamine helped with fatigue and confusion. That it also reduced instances of numbness or tingling in the fingers, feet, and head. It also helped with my lack of appetite as well as many other health benefits I could use.

I also looked up Vitamin B2 – Riboflavin and decided that too was a vitamin I needed to take. I placed an order that day with Amazon for Vitamins B1 and B2. The Vitamin B1 or Thiamine arrived first, and I immediately started taking it the morning it arrived.

It was about 3 days later when I noticed that the ‘Brain Fog’ I had been living with was not so pronounced. Another 2 days went by, and the “Brain Fog” had gone out to sea! It felt like there was only sunshine in my brain and I was eager to find out why! That’s how I came across GeneticLifehacks and Debbie Moon.

I was doing one of my Google searches on Riboflavin (B2) and I came across GeneticLifehacks! I spent a few days with my brain fog gone reading articles that a week ago I would not have been able to comprehend. Debbie wrote about all different subjects that I found so very interesting and I got hooked. I signed up last summer and it was absolutely the best thing I have done for myself in forever!

Via Debbie’s articles I learned that I was taking medications for years that were doing ABSOLUTELY NOTHING for me because my body did not metabolize those medications or that the medications were out of my system in less than an hour. And I learned how to look up ahead of time whether a medication will help me or hurt me.

Debbie’s articles told me that I had Statin Myopathy. No wonder I got sick every time a doctor tried to prescribe a certain medication for my super-high cholesterol!

Debbie’s research confirmed I was indeed Lactose Intolerant. It also alerted me to some allergies I was not aware of that could have been potentially dangerous to me.

I have several autoimmune illnesses and am a member of some support groups. I share with the other members what I learn here and I highly recommend to my fellow members to preview Debbie’s articles and if they like what they see get a DNA sample and upload it to GeneticLifehacks and be astounded at what they will learn about themselves.

I have learned that I possess several genetic mutations that now that I am aware of them my life is so much
better.

Debbie’s hard work made me realize that this information is critical. The future of the use of genetic information is mind-blowing. How I wish I had access to this knowledge decades ago.

Debbie is a teacher and a wonderful teacher at that. She is also a lifesaver! What I have learned here I know has increased my mortality rate significantly!

Thank you, Debbie, for all you do!

MM – Forever grateful!

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Marianna Mészáros
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I really like the site, I get a lot of help and learn a lot from the articles that Debbie shares. It is also important to me that I can always ask Debbie if I have a question. As a hormone consultant, it is important and safe for me to work with such a high professional background. I wholeheartedly recommend it.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: M Kaloostian
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

what would I do without genetic life hacks I have no idea. I will speculate that I would be at the doctor all the time like my sisters are. I would be uncomfortable half the time and I would feel like I felt 5 years ago. old. in my opinion this is the way I prevent myself from suffering and potentially dying early in the same ways my parents did. until medicine catches up, I feel like I’m on my own with these complicated genetic pathway situations, but not completely because there’s help in resources. which is why I’m writing this here. I find the work of Debbie Moon absolutely indispensable to me with navigating past the profit based medical culture we are stuck with in my country, and in taking control of my own aging, which I’m lucky enough to experience.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Louise L
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I have found the information on this site to be invaluable in understanding the possible medical implications of my genes. Debbie’s extensive research is amazingly narrowed down to an explanatory level that this non-scientist can understand at the outset of every article. She then provides tailored information on how my specific genes relate to the topic of each article. I especially like that she provides her sources of research with a convenient link to the applicable study. Then, above and beyond the identifying of potential medical implications, she gives “life hacks” for ways to address any issue of concern. She states up front that she is not a doctor; however, in my experience her knowledge and her openness to questions often exceeds that of many experienced physicians. She is also especially prompt in responding to questions. I more than get my money’s worth from this impressive site, and the information provided has been very helpful in discussions with my primary care provider.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Linn L
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Love the user-friendliness of this site! It was easy to upload my 23andme data. I like that my data is automatically implemented in the articles. The summaries are great as well and it’s so convenient that there are notes to each mutation, one short description about what this mutation means in practice. I also love that I’m able to print the summaries so that I can keep them forever and one day compare them to relative’s data. Thanks a lot!

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Linda A
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

There is a huge gap between the science of genetics and medical care. For me Genetic Life hacks has helped fill that gap. It has been an essential resource in understanding the influence of my genetics, and better manage the impact of the functioning of my body.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Lauren L
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Debbie makes all this stuff that makes my eyes roll back in my head in attempt to understand accessible in a really usable format.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Kristal Mangham
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

This has been amazing..I will be listening or read about breakthrough or new discoveries in medicine and they will always mention certain genes involved etc. I jump on put it in search and there is detailed article with my personal genes. It has so many links embedded in the article. So many sources linked. Then groups of those topics that are click bait on other articles..,Best supplements to look young. Or why is your hair not shiny . What’s your risk of dementia and what you can do.., etc but they are real. Not only immediately connect w out ads but it’s personal to you. I can’t say enough, I am so impressed every time.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Krista Moyer
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

This website and the resources I’ve utilized have been so incredibly helpful for myself & interpreting my patient’s genetic data. Using genetics to support someone’s health has been game changing! Debbie’s wisdom & time in creating this website is unbelievable. Very grateful for her work!

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Kim Aronson
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I think Debbie Moon / Genetic Life Hacks are AMAZING!
The information provided has helped me navigate and better understand SNP’s. There is so much information and MISinformation out there. Debbie really seems to understand what information is pertinent and explains it in a way that you can understand. This site is a must have if you are trying to understand your genetics!

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Katy S
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I keep coming back to Genetic Lifehacks. The information is very clearly written and Debbie is very helpful.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Kat M
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

This site is amazing and the work that gets put into it is nothing short of amazing. I am very grateful for all of the information provided. I have never come across another source quite as valuable as this one. I have learned so much about myself and have discovered valuable tools that have assisted me in getting healthier.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Karyn H
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I love the indepth additional information in the articles as well as the additional reviews of research. My only regret is that 23andMe doesn’t provide a more robust genomic analysis as lots of times I can’t “see” all my genotypes. But that is not the fault of this website. It is a fantastic value for the cost and I regularly use it (vs. some other services/apps I pay for and don’t use on a regular basis)

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Karen L
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Truly astounding level of information. Debbie writes in an easy way to understand. At 60 my report is incredibly predictive of my health conditions and so hepful. Excellent value for money +++ love your work Debbie 💐👌👍

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Karen Orr
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I have literally never felt better! The information in Genetic Lifehacks has informed me of the nutrients I need to take to help my malfunctioning Genes function properly. I now have a physical and mental drive that I have never experienced before. Thank you for helping me to finally feel like I am alive and well!

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Julie B
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Access to this site has been transformational for me and now, for my clients. I started with a monthly subscription and learned so much that I decided to go “PRO” and bought the annual plan so I could not only help myself but help others with their health journey.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Julie B
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Access to this site has been transformational for me and now, for my clients. I started with a monthly subscription and learned so much that I decided to go “PRO” and bought the annual plan so I could not only help myself but help others with their health journey.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Julie Densmore
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I am a professional medical researcher who reads a lot of health and scientific literature. Genetic Lifehacks is by far my favorite genetic aggregator and scientific resource on this vast topic. Ms. Moon consistently provides credible, data-supported analyses of current medical topics. She presents this in a way that is understandable and digestable for laypersons as well as sceintists. She cites her resources and conducts thorough balanced assessments of the latest sceintific information that easily is linked right to your genetic data. She provides accurate recommendations for lifestyle changes and/or supplements for those with particular genetic dispositions. Her API’s to connect with genetic information always work too! I love this website resource. Thank you Ms. Moon!

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Jonathan Martin
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

so freakin cool

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: John C
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Kudos to Debbie Moon for an awesome and educational website. I have learned so much here. Please keep up the good work

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Joan M
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Im so happy I found this website and happily signed up for reasonably priced membership. I really appreciate that Life Hacks isn’t selling anything and there are no ads on the sight. The information is accessible and well documented. I have spent hours diving into the information offered, very addictive!

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Jessica Recknagel
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

The information and articles provided have been crucial to modifying my diet, supplements, and medications to become a healthier person.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Jessica R
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I came to your site for the privacy you offer, and stayed for the clear, well-researched analysis! It often takes *decades* for new research to reach the clinical setting, which is just heart-breaking when you’re watching a loved one suffer from a condition no professional seems to understand. You have helped my family find simple solutions for panic attacks, acid reflux, restless legs, and more! The consistent organization of articles allows me to choose how deep I want to dive into a topic, and to find the information I’m looking for quickly, whether it’s an at-a-glance assessment of the likelihood that genes are playing a role in a condition; or a bulleted list of ideas for possible interventions (including how they work, so I can quickly zero in on the solutions most likely to work for us before sinking time and money into remedies that don’t actually address the source of the problem); or a description of the metabolic processes that offer a deeper understanding of more complex issues at a systemic level. And I appreciate the abundant citations that allow me to see the details for myself. I’m so grateful for your work!

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Jeremy S
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

As a layperson in the study of genetics I find all of the articles so approachable and full of understandable information about this fascinating topic. The ability to cross reference my wife and I’d 23andMe results to each article makes the optional subscription worth every penny. Keep up the great content!

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: James G
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Debbi works tirelessly to help provide the very options for you based on your genetic profile. Great website. Well worth the membership fee. I am a physician recommending this site to patients and family and friends.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Ildikó Győri
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I am very satisfied, I get a lot of information.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Howard W
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I do not really follow my 23andMe genetics report at this time. However, I do enjoy the expert manner in which all the other data is provided. When I need to share health or nutritional info with friends or family, GLH is where i come for my data.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Holly N
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

So glad I found this site! I love all things scientific and was among the first to send in my sample to 23andme when they first started. However, the health reports based on my original data are now VERY few and far between (and usually something silly like whether you prefer salty or sweet snacks). I don’t care two hoots about that stuff, what I DO care about are health related things that are posted on this site, such as the most recent one about cold sores (that have plagued me my entire life). By copying and pasting the data she lays out in a very easy to follow format (into your 23andme “raw data” search bar) I have found out much more about important issues than I would ever have by just relying on 23andme to send me health reports. The best thing about this site is how absolutely well organized, clear and easy to understand it is. I would recommend ANYONE interested in genetic information to bookmark this site or JOIN!!! Thank you so much!!!

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Name: Heather J
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

This is an absolute gem of a site! So much information in an understandable way! I recommend this site to every person I can!

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Ela Bi*
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

“Long Spike” with “additives was amazing!

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: DeeDee S
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

After doing my 23&me testing and finding out I have an MTHFR variant and uploading my file to numerous sites, everything was so confusing and I didn’t understand much at all. Genetic Lifehacks was recommended somewhere along the way from a FB group I am in. Let me just say, this site has been invaluable to me!! The information seems to be in depth and to my relief, understandable!! Thank you so much to Debbie Moon for this wonderful tool in helping me with my lifehacking!!!

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Deb A.
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Having been a member of Genetic Lifehacks for well over a year now, I can’t say enough how impressed I am with the content, the presentation, the graphics, and the organization of this newsletter. Debbie has a way of presenting such in-depth material in an engaging and understandable manner. The cross-referencing from one subject to another, the manner in which each topic is personalized to individual members, and the “extras” she provides free of charge make this a must-read for everyone you know. She does a deep dive into every subject she addresses, and she is open and honest about how she reaches her conclusions and recommendations. Debbie demonstrates high intelligence, accountability, and integrity, making her a trustworthy source of information that I don’t believe you will find anywhere else. I genuinely look forward to each newsletter!

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Dave W
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

The clearly spelled out genotype data is invaluable, as many scientific reports use nomenclature that is not clear to the lay reader. Genetic Lifehacks also focuses on SNPs by health issue, something not easily found in searching NIH and similar databases.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Daphne Ellis
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

As a person who has accepted that my health and well-being are solely my concern and responsibility (having been disappointed for decades by medical professionals and their inability to provide me any advice or assistance on a level outside their comfortable, assembly line box), Genetic Lifehacks is an absolutely amazing reference tool for my own self-education and knowledge base when making decisions about being proactive with my choices. I am so grateful for the in-depth research contained within each article.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Dannetta J
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Very well done and helpful.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Dana T
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

This is the best site for understanding your genetics and how it might affect your health. Debbie Moon is smart and dedicated.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Clare S
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I love the easy to digest info and the practical advice. This website has made my original 23&me subscription worth so much more.

Rating: 4 ★’s
Name: Cheryl V
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Genetic Lifehacks has been very helpful. You put together genes that are related or work together. The first two genetic companies did not. But you all need to look again at folic acid. Everyone keeps saying I should take folic acid because of my slow COMT, and good B9 snp in MTHFR. So wrong. DHFR results say I should not allow any folic acid in my body. I can’t use it at all. It is poison to me, and apparently everyone else.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Charlotte H
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I was so happy to have found Genetic Lifehacks! I was able to upload my raw data file from Ancestry and ended up learning so much more than I even imagined. It’s truly a great website to use for gaining knowledge on different genetic diseases/conditions but in a way that’s not overwhelming and confusing. I really enjoy reading the articles and love the way they’re written. It’s a great resource and I always find myself recommending it to my friends and family!

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Cathy Hope
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I’ve been reading GH for over 5 years, and love how it’s developed and grown. I got the individualized report, and it was worth every penny. I’ve also used several suggested “hacks,” and they’ve helped. Thanks for really excellent reporting and explanations.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Cathy M.
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I love this site, and the services that Debbie provides. I needed to treat my condition with natural remedies due to long term medication being harmful to my heart. There are no lies in DNA, and I now take the right supplements for me. I even learned about what could be causing an irregular heart-beat, as not mechanical afterall but caused by a missing vitamin. Best of all, I can take my new-found knowledge and ask for the right tests to prove my theory. I often tell my friends and relatives about Genetic Lifehacks, that’s how much I believe in it. I really do feel that this service is eye-opening to hidden issues that one may have or may encounter health issues as they age. I would recommend this site highly to anyone who wants to improve their own health. Thank goodness there is accessible and open information out there for us, and it’s affordable!

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Cathy H
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I love this site. I have used many others and this gives thorough easy to folly information.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Carsten K.
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Wenn Sie Ihre Gesundheit selbst in die Hand nehmen und eine bessere Kontrolle über die Dinge haben möchten, die Sie einnehmen und befolgen, dann ist dies die richtige Seite für Sie. Ich finde es toll, dass sie so viele Ressourcen und Kontakte haben, um Ihnen zu helfen, die besten Entscheidungen für Ihre Gesundheit zu treffen.
Sehr empfehlenswert!!

Rating: 4 ★’s
Name: Cara J
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Genetic Lifehacks has clarified a lifetime of unexplainable symptoms and also validated that all of the restrictive diets thrown at me were not going to help. Not only do I have the alleles for endometriosis and ADHD but others that give real life insights to managing my health. Knowing exactly how and why my system doesn’t break down histamines actually tells me what I can do to improve that process and reduce ups and downs. My family has a very high incidence of diabetes acquired in young healthy people. I dodged that bullet but learned that I still have some issues with my insulin response and specifically at night. Learning the specifics of these issues allows me to make small changes that are actually likely to have a positive affect on reducing inflammation etc. Just changing which daily multi-vitamin and antacid I take and not eating too close to bedtime can have a positive effect on my day to day health. It also shows me that most of the fad diets and “lifestyles” would either do nothing or actually make me worse. If you have issues with histamines then fermented foods is the worst thing you can eat, and cutting out gluten and dairy isn’t going to do anything for you but make you miserable. Seeing my individualized issues lets me make choices that may actually help. It has taken most of the guess work out of what I can do with my lifestyle and supplements to help myself and will definitely inform my next few visits with my doctors.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: brook h
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Best and highest use of the 23andMe data I’ve seen. Been a member for going on 3 years and I’m always thrilled when a new article comes out so I can check my data. Especially for those with chronic health issues, this will provide new insights and solid suggestions for diet, supplements, and lifestyle. I’m absolutely a GeneticLifehacks enthusiast.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Brian Calfee
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Genetic Lifehacks has been a BIG help on our journey to improve our Healthspan. I have learned soooo much about my genetic self and how to supplement my genetic needs. Debbie does a great job and I have recommended GL to several of my friends and associates.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Brenda B
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

My favorite genetic site. The information provided has helped me understand some health and life issues . Well worth the modest subscription cost.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Ashlene D
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

I think this site is the only one that I trust to give a good, well-balanced, transparent explanation of my genetics. I recommend it highly to anyone who is curious about their own bodies, who want to start from a place of science to start feeling better.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Angele R
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

A month after turning 50 my brother died of colon cancer. Genetic Lifehacks picked up that I have the gene with a 40% more probability of colon cancer from red meat. My brother was making his own sausages with a machine and loved barbecued food. Thanks to Genetic Lifehacks I now take 5-MTHF instead of the standard supplement and at age 69 the polyps weren’t cancerous.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Amy T
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

This is my favourite site for a clear understanding of my genotypes.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Alice T
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

A fantastic resource for anyone looking for a better and deeper understanding of their genetic profile and how it relates to health and wellbeing. Articles are comprehensive and scientifically supported while also being easy to understand.

Rating: 5 ★’s
Name: Alex D
Review of Genetic Lifehacks:

Absolutely love this site! I was able to nail down the cause of a whole swath of symptoms and actually TREAT them with 2 single supplements! This site helped guide me through each of my genetic variants and the pros and cons of each supplement used to treat them. Everything is written with minimal bias (I say minimal because everyone has a bit of bias, so I must assume there is at least some in here =P) and all sides of the story are presented fairly. I recommend this site to people all the time, and highly recommend anyone who comes across it to give it a try! Life changing for me =)