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DNA Testing for Nutrition

Dietary requirements | Weight loss | Health factors | Nutritional needs | Food reactions | Eating behaviour 

About DNA Testing for Nutrition

It is safe to say that modern genetics has been a rapidly advancing fields. Due to this, an amazing discovery found that all humans share more than 99% of their DNA. Nevertheless, despite this high number of genetic components, it is the remaining 1% variation that makes an individual completely different and unique to everyone else. This discovery has helped us understand that one approach to dietry and fitness will not be suitable for everyone. Instead, different strategies work for different people. Using this knowledge and advanced technology, our aim is to provide an explanation for these diferences and offer answers to questions surrounding one’s diet, nutrition, exercise and metabolism.

Help us discover how your genetics can help guide your nutritional choices. By doing so, we can help make you make the right decisions and find your unique nutrigenetic profile.

With our nutritional response genetic markers, you’ll discover how to build your perfect meal compromising carbohydrates, proteins and fat and take control of your health with personalised nutritional recommendations!

 

 

All it Takes Is a Cheek Swab

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1. Request your DNA kit

Please request your DNA kit. Your kit will arrive in 3-5 business days.

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2. Complete Your Sample

Provide a simple cheek swab in the comfort of your home. Send it back to us in the pre-paid mailer.

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3. Analyze Your Sample

Your DNA will be analyzed by scientists in our state-of-the-art, CAP/CLIA accredited laboratory.

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4. Receive Your DNA Report

In less than 3 weeks your results will be available to your practitioner.

Key Features

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DIETARY REQUIREMENTS

Matching Diet Type | Monounsaturated Fats |  Sensitivity to Salt | Polyunsaturated Fats

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WEIGHT LOSS

Loss of Body Fat in Response to Exercise | Obesity |Response to Dieting | Best Diet for Weight Loss | Weight Loss-Regain

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METABOLIC HEALTH FACTORS

HDL Cholesterol | LDL Cholesterol | TG Levels | Blood Sugar Levels | Detoxification | Oxidative Stress

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NUTRITIONAL NEEDS

Decreased Vitamin B2 | Decreased Folate |  Increased Vitamin E | Decreased Vitamin B12 | Increased Vitamin A | Vitamin C Levels | Decreased Vitamin B6 | Magnesium Levels | Zinc Levels | Selenium Levels | Copper Levels | Vitamin D | Decreased Omega-3 and Omega-6

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FOOD REACTIONS

Peanut Allergy | Gluten Sensitivity | Lactose Intolerance | Alcohol Flush | Caffeine Metabolism

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EATING BEHAVIOURS

Eating Disinhibition | Tendency to Overeat | Satiety | Snacking | Umami Taste | Ability to Taste Bitter

Highlights

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Optimal diet type for weight loss

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Reactions to gluten, caffeine, alcohol, and lactose

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Predispositions for metabolic rate, cholesterol & blood sugar

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Determine nutritional needs for vitamins & folate

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We can test 43 nutrition traits

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Testimonials

What People Are Saying

Ready to unlock the power of genetics?

A fantastic opportunity to find out the answers to important questions regarding your health through DNA.