Programs Tailored To An Individual’s DNA Have Proven More Effective Than Generic Programs.
What To Expect
- After purchasing Diet by DNA, schedule a consultation to provide a physical specimen (saliva) for genetic test processing.
- We utilize an external DNA-processing partner to analyze your specific genotype. This lab is federally certified and maintains a secure, private database.
- Using the genetic test results and your baseline measurements, a personalized plan will be developed based on your well-being goals.
- You will receive your specific genetic report, a personalized plan and nutrition counseling. All components to help you be successful.
As the study of the human body advances, scientists can now identify and analyze an individual’s DNA. Using this remarkable technology, we offer personalized nutrition and exercise plans designed not only to provide a roadmap of your specific genes but also personalized direction for optimizing your health and well-being.
Diet by DNA provides detailed information in four key areas that affect the way your body looks and feels. Your genetic report includes an analysis of your genotype with specific genes related to weight management, healthy living, nutrient metabolism, and physical performance.
Customized Weight Loss, Chronic Disease Management & Performance
Diet by DNA includes an assessment of genetic markers related to your ability to lose and maintain weight. Markers include: Metabolism, Weight Loss Tendency, Weight Regain, Satiety, Overweight Risk, and Carb, Protein and Fat Utilization.
Diet by DNA contains assessment of genetic markers related to healthy aging provide nutrient, food, activity and lifestyle recommendations to keep you looking and feeling young longer. Markers include: Mental Acuity, Longevity, Systemic Inflammation, Polyunsaturated Fat Levels, Cholesterol Response to Dietary Fat, Insulin Response to Dietary Fat, Sensitivity to Saturated Fat, and Omega Levels.
Diet by DNA provides a comprehensive analysis of your genetic predisposition to absorbing and utilizing micronutrients in your diet. Markers include: B-Vitamins, Vitamin D, Lactose Intolerance, Gluten Sensitivity, Calcium Tendency, Iron Tendency, and Caffeine Metabolism. Even if you eat a perfectly balanced diet with plenty of naturally occurring vitamins and minerals, most of us have some difficulty in absorbing one or more micronutrients at the cellular level.
Diet by DNA provides input regarding physical performance and body composition. Markers include: Fat Loss Response to Cardio, Fitness Response to Cardio, Body Composition Response to Strength Training, HDL-c Response to Cardio, Power/Endurance, and Testosterone Levels. Base your type of training and body composition goals on your unique DNA.