Vitamin Balance DNA Reports
What is your vitamin balance? Is there any vitamin deficiencies to pay attention to?
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.
Explore your unique nutritional needs based on the analysis of more than 8,000 genetic variations!
The 17 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.
17 Trait Reports in 2 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. Or download a PDF of the sample reports [PDF, 39 pages].
Vitamin reports are categorized into two groups:
B vitamins help your body get or make energy from the food you eat. They also help form red blood cells. You can get B vitamins from proteins such as fish, poultry, meat, eggs, and dairy products. Leafy green vegetables, beans, and peas also have B vitamins. Many cereals and some breads have added B vitamins.
Learn how your genetic variations may influence your body's processing and absorption of B vitamins.
This group provide insights to your predispositions for vitamin A, C, D, E, K and more.