Personalized DNA-Based Nutrition Plan

Which diet is more effective for you and your unique physiology? Should you follow a low-carb diet or a low-fat diet? Do you have a sweet tooth or taste for fat-laden treats?

 

Explore your unique nutritional needs based on the analysis of more than 8,000 genetic variations!

The 49 trait reports provide risk assessments, trait explanations, and recommendations. In each report, you will discover which genetic variations contribute to your predisposition and learn about the scientific basis for your assessment. You will also receive recommendations based on your assessments and resources to further inform your decision-making.

  • 49 Trait Reports in 6 Groups
  • View on your desktop or mobile phone. Download a PDF to share with your nutritionist, physician, or friends.
  • Sample reports available when you sign-up for a free account.

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Comprehensive sample reports including all the traits

Nutrition reports are categorized into six groups:

Nutritional Habits 

Have you wondered which diet is more effective for your unique physiology? Despite suggestions from magazine ads and the claims of many businesses, there is no universally effective diet! The metabolization of carbs, fat, and protein is unique to your body's enzymatic and hormonal processes. Your genetic makeup strongly influences what works best for sustainable weight loss.

Find out how your genetic variations impact your diet and metabolism.

Vitamin Balance

Vitamins allow your body to grow and develop. They also play important roles in bodily functions such as metabolism, immunity, and digestion. We examine your genes to discover whether you have a predisposition for deficiency in 17 essential vitamins — including vitamins A, C, D, E, K and B vitamins (such as riboflavin and folate).

Learn how your genetic variations may influence your body's processing and absorption of vitamins.

Mineral Balance

Minerals help your body grow, develop, and stay healthy. Your body uses minerals to perform many different functions — from building strong bones to transmitting nerve impulses. Some minerals are even used to make hormones or maintain a normal heartbeat.

Explore how your genetic variations affect the processing of more than 12 micronutrients.

Enzymes and Antioxidants

Did you know there is a gene in your body that is responsible for metabolizing caffeine? Have you been concerned about gluten? Have you experienced lactose intolerance?

Learn how your genetic variations impact the digestion and metabolism of certain foods.

Fat

The consumption of fat can affect individuals differently. Both the volume of fat consumed and the type can influence weight loss and all cellular processes. Enjoyment of fat consumption differs among people, as does their sensitivity to trans fats, and even the effectiveness of low-fat diets. Understanding your unique fat processing capability can help guide your plan for weight management.

Learn how genetic variations impact your digestion and metabolism of fat.

Sugar

Do you have a sweet tooth? Do you prefer sweet snacks over savory ones? How effectively does your body process sugars or starches? Do you lose weight more easily with a low-carb diet? These are important items to consider in any weight management plan.

Learn how genetic variations impact your digestion and metabolism of carbs.

Sample Report: Is a Mediterranean diet ideal for you? Ask your Genes™.

Sample Report: Having trouble thinking clearly? Suffering from unexplained fatigue? You could have a predisposition for vitamin D deficiency. Ask Your Genes™ and find out.


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