DALLAS (PRWEB) September 30, 2005 -
Â Better Body Brighter MindÂ is an interactive 160-question survey that allows its users to gain scientific insight into their own health status, complete with a personalized guide on how to maintain current good health, improve areas of concern, as well as a topical guide to discuss with their primary physician. While it does not replace the personal relationship of a patient and doctor, it does allow individuals to answer personal questions candidly and to be proactive in their own health choices.
Better Body Brighter MindÂ, the first personalized health improvement system of its kind, provides a unique plan for each person based on that individualÂs responses to the survey. The customized program is complete with suggestions for supplements, diet and exercise.
Optimal health is about more than just Âfeeling good.Â Studies continue to show that improved health reduces the risk of diabetes, heart disease, AlzheimerÂs, stroke and osteoporosis.
The Better Body Brighter Mind program is not a one-time questionnaire. Periodically, the user revisits the survey, and the suggested regimen is updated to correspond to the improvements that occur as the participant experiences results. Some of the benefits in following the Better Body Brighter MindÂ program include a healthy body chemistry during menopause, enhanced memory and brain function, increased energy, libido and stamina and assistance in losing weight and gaining muscle mass.
Another distinguishing characteristic of this program is that while it provides guidance on supplements, it does not offer affiliated Âproducts.Â
ÂThis system is not about selling vitamins or supplements or products,Â says Better Body Brighter MindÂ creator, Dr. James Mahoney. ÂThis system is about allowing people to be in charge of their own health and taking the necessary steps to experience good healthÂ better health.Â
The system is easily accessed by completing the confidential, online questionnaire. It functions using artificial intelligence that analyzes and cross-references each personÂs unique metabolic and genetic information against a massive database of medical studies and nutritional research.
The system relies on sources like the National Library of Medicine, the National Institutes of Health, the Institute of Medicine and the National Research Council. Additionally, the research team at Better Body Brighter MindÂ is continually updating the system with the latest scientific studies in nutrition and health from around the world.
For more information on the Better Body Brighter MindÂ System, visit http://www.genetimedic.com.