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GenSpec officials have also taken note that Caucasians require an equal amount of attention: 30% of post-menopausal Caucasian women have osteoporosis and 54% have osteopenia; Caucasian-American men are 100% more likely to get bladder cancer than African-American men; and Caucasian-American women are 42% more likely to get breast cancer than Hispanic-American women.
When GenSpec first began conducting research and developing its complete line of vitamins and weight-control formulas, its founder, Joey Lander, was shocked by dramatic differences in health concerns and risk factors among ethnic groups.
GenSpec's clinically advanced formulas are made exclusively from the highest-quality and highest-potency ingredients available."
In addition to offering genetically specific vitamin lines, GenSpec has recognized that weight control has become a critical issue for achieving optimal health.
GenSpec's formulas are aimed at Caucasians, Hispanics and African-Americans, with a men's formula and a women's formula for each group.
When GenSpec first began conducting research and developing its complete line of vitamins and weight-control formulas, the company was as shocked and overwhelmed by the facts as most people are when they first learn about the dramatic differences in health concerns and risk factors among different ethnic groups.
There was plenty of bad news, and no one was doing much about it, so GenSpec set out to create some good news.
GenSpec has led the fight to expose some of the shocking disparities and unique health risks facing diverse ethnic groups.
GenSpec takes tremendous pride in being the first and only maker of genetically specific vitamins.
GenSpec weight-loss supplements are designed to work in harmony with the unique metabolic characteristics of specific ethnic groups to achieve the best results.
Lander admits that GenSpec has not tested the effectiveness of its vitamins.
"Comparative studies show that different ethnic groups have distinct health needs and unique risk factors," GenSpec vice president Dexter Russell says.