I was just thinking about fitness topics!
This morning I was working out and read an ad posted on the gym wall advertising a fitness supplement regime tailored to an individual's DNA. The bi line was something like "Got bad DNA". The ad is supported with a Time magazine quote, something like "most amazing technology of the year."
Does it take an expert to know that such advertising is total bunk? A quick Google search for"Gold's Gym DNA" returned no articles on point.
Anyone else seen claims for DNA specific nutritional supplements? Seems like a great marketing gimmick to me. (Hey, we could support SGU by selling DNA-catered headphones!! Oh, wait, ethics...that kinda puts a stop to that idea. Bummer.)