Nutrigenomics Diet Testing for Personalized Nutrition

Gene Testing Can Determine The Best Foods and Diet For You
Nutrigenomics Test and 14-Page Report – $85

Why Nutrigenomics Diet?

We’ve read piles of studies showing that some research subjects showed a health benefit from a dietary intervention, while others responded in the opposite way or didn’t change at all. One of the typical explanations is that “genetic variation” played a role in the differences.

What is Nutrigenomics?

Nutrigenomics studies how our individual genetic makeup contributes to how we process what we eat and drink, and how this may affect health outcomes like obesity or cardiovascular disease risk. It looks at the interaction between nutrients and other dietary compounds with the human genome – all the way down at the molecular level.

Nutrigenomics allows us to understand how our genes affect the way we respond to the foods, beverages and supplements we consume.

 

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What do you get when you order a Nutrigenomics Diet Report?

You have variants in your genes that influence how well you metabolize and absorb certain nutrients. Nutrigenomics Diet Report from Personalized Genetic Testing will tell you:

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The best plan based on your diet genes

 

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If you have genes that predispose you to obesity or eat insatiably

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How your body metabolizes fats and carbohydrates

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How many hours of exercise do you need

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If you have to avoid saturated fats

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And many other facts for a better nutrition health

Learn Which Diet is Best for You with Diet Testing

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LOW FAT DIET

A low-fat diet is one that restricts fat and often saturated fat and cholesterol as well.

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LOW CARB DIET

A low-carb diet limits carbohydrates — such as those found in grains, starchy vegetables and fruit — and emphasizes foods high in protein and fat.

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MEDITERRANEAN DIET

The Mediterranean diet was first defined by Ancel Keys as being low in saturated fat and high in vegetable oils, observed in Greece and Southern Italy during the 1960s . There is an emphasis on plant foods, olive oil, fish, poultry, beans, and grains.

An exercise plan for your genes

You know the recommended amount of weekly exercise to maximize your chances of weight loss. This recommendation would have been given as MET HOURS. MET stands for Metabolic Equivalent Task. METs are a way to measure how much energy you burn up during any chosen physical activity. Every activity, from watching TV to going for a run, has a MET value. The more vigorous the activity, the higher the MET value.

What our customers are saying about their Nutrigenomics Report

“I was very happy with my results! When I received my Diet Report, I found out that I have a genetic variation in the APOA2 gene, involved in fat absorption, that make me more likely to gain weight when I eat a lot of saturated fat. Also, saturated fats are not for me because of my genes increase my cholesterol. “
— MARLENE, MIAMI, FL

“I have the gene MC4R, a strong obesity candidate gene. This gene makes me hungrier than average, and I tend to eat large amounts of food. Practicing yoga and relaxation, in addition to the Mediterranean diet has changed my life.”
— RALPH, ATLANTA, GA

“I have always had to be on a diet because I tend to get fat. Since I took the Nutrigenomic Test I have lost 25 pounds. The diet for my DNA is low in carbohydrates because I metabolize carbs very slow. “
— IVANIA, HOMESTEAD, FL