Your genetic risk for vitamin deficiencies
Vitamin deficiencies can have a significant effect on your well-being.
Our DNA test will tell you which deficiencies you’re most at risk for. Your genetic predispositions for food sensitivities.
Did you know that your genetics can influence how you react to dairy? We’ll let you know if you’re at risk for lactose intolerance and other food sensitivities.
For many people, one size fits all diets may not be effective if they are not tailored to that individual. Everyone’s body composition is unique. A DNA diet is a personalized diet that provides recommendations based on your genetic makeup.
Generally, DNA diet testing can use DNA to understand how your body is predisposed to react to certain foods and drinks and also your risk of certain vitamin deficiencies. By knowing which types of foods and ingredients you may be sensitive to, you can optimize your diet to avoid or supplement certain components.
Vitamins and minerals are also an essential part of a healthy diet. Some people have genetic variants that put them more at risk for certain vitamin deficiencies. By identifying this risk, you can work with your doctor to create a supplement or food intake plan.
Genetics also play a role in obesity and thinness. Genetic testing will reveal the extent to which your genes may be playing a role in your weight management goals. In combination with understanding genes that influence fitness, people can combine the fitness strategies that work best based on their genetics with a healthy diet to meet many of their health goals.