I bumped into another article on what to do with your DNA once you have it in portable zip file format. (Well ... more likely an algorithm looked at how my ancestry searches have slowed and it planted the article in Google or Facebook.)
I actually headed for Genopalate, which claimed it can look at my DNA and recommend what my wisest eating choices would be — which vegetables will be best for me, what proteins, and so on.
I got as far as looking up the price, and that’s where they lost me. Not because the price was too high, but because there was a President’s Day sale.
Really? A President’s Day sale? Is there just too much overstock and they need to clear out the warehouse of custom-generated reports? That sounded suspicious.
Then, since I was put off by the sale, I looked up some reviews and found people are not happy with Genopalate. “They said I should eat elk! Where am I supposed to find elk?”
I actually though about it and backed away from the web page. A wise decision for once.