The Gene Food custom nutrition plan has arrived. Our team of geneticists use raw data from genetic providers like 23andme and Ancestry.com to craft a custom nutrition report tailored to your genetics. No boilerplate copy paste analysis, a real nutrition plan written just for you.
What ratio of fat to carbs to protein best suits your body
Are supplements beneficial? Which ones should you consider?
Lactose, caffeine, gluten and more
We list the foods your body wants and those to avoid
Put the popular genes in perspective with a complete analysis
Simple nutrition rules to remember
The 4th quarter of 2016 saw 1.6 million people gain access to their genetic data in one form or another, by far the largest number on record. However, the flood of interest in genetics has brought with it massive confusion. Forums are filled with people looking for information about how their genetic variants affect their health. Faced with an overwhelming number of genes, and data that is often conflicting or incomplete, most people want one question answered.
While the science of nutrigenomics and epigenetics is growing everyday, we do know that both diet and lifestyle affect our gene expression. We know that different people process nutrients differently. For example, certain genotypes are associated with food sensitivity like lactose intolerance, others of celiac disease. Our vitamin D receptor genes can play a role in whether we develop diseases like osteoporosis. Our genes even impact how our bodies respond to high sulfur foods like brussel sprouts and cabbage, and how we metabolize ammonia, the waste product of protein consumption.
The Gene Food Nutrigenomic Report uses your raw genetic data to craft a nutrition plan just for you. Data is kept 100% confidential.
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